Review: Waking the Witch by Rachel Burge

Title: Waking the Witch

Author: Rachel Burge

‘I tried to keep you safe, but I see now that I can’t. They won’t stop until they have you . . .’

When Ivy’s search for her mother draws her to a remote Welsh isle, she uncovers a dark secret about her past.

An ancient and corrupt power is stalking Ivy, and her only chance of survival is to look deep within herself.

For not every story in legend is true, and some evils are not what they seem.

A darkly spellbinding tale of female empowerment, steeped in Welsh mythology and Arthurian legend.

Oh wow, loved this and listened to it in 1 day with no gaps!!!!

Ivy, an abandoned child, finds her Mother and wants a relationship but what she gets instead is a warning that bad people are looking for her.

Armed with her friend, Tom, she goes to her Mum who lives on a remote Welsh island that is full of Arthurian legend stories to get some answers!

What she finds is a lot more!

I really enjoyed this! It was creepy but beautiful, full of legend, sisterhood, and a leading lady who finds herself in an epic way! 

PS, I love Tom!

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