A Welsh Witch

A Welsh Witch None

  • Title: A Welsh Witch
  • Author: Allen Raine
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Kate Howe

      Adored this for all the reasons I adore Sylvia s Lovers The setting of the Welsh coast made for such a beautiful element of the plot the landscape having a deep relationship with the characters Loved that this also had some humor in it I also loved how well we got to know Catrin and Yshbel the two female protagonists It s also full of beautiful and reflective passages that I love so much reminding me of Hardy Definitely a new favorite

    2. Nikki

      A Welsh Witch is one of Allen Raine s books that hasn t been reprinted and isn t available as an ebook, and isn t even in the university library I was lucky to be able to borrow it.Most of it is, for Allen Raine, totally unsurprising The trope of the mismatched romantic pairs, the idyllic scenery if I accuse Richard Llewellyn of sentimentality, how much must I point my finger at Allan Raine But, for the most part, I did enjoy it, even if I wanted to wring most of the characters necks for the ri [...]

    3. Sian Lile-Pastore

      thoughts to come after reading groupwell, everyone enjoyed this in reading group and I did too, although I did find it a little too long and a little too romantic for my tastes It s pretty cosy and gentle stuff I found myself hoping something bad was going to happen especially down the mines , but it s also really easy and nice to read I was mainly interested in it in a historical sense it s nice to read books set in wales in 1902 with lots of welsh words too i m trying to bring Caton Pawb back [...]

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