The Return of the Witch

The Return of the Witch After five years in the Summerlands Gideon has gained his freedom Elizabeth knows he will go straight for Tegan and that she must protect the girl she had come to regard as her own daughter In the t
  • Title: The Return of the Witch
  • Author: Paula Brackston
  • ISBN: 9781250028815
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Return of the Witch
    After five years in the Summerlands, Gideon has gained his freedom Elizabeth knows he will go straight for Tegan, and that she must protect the girl she had come to regard as her own daughter In the time since she the dramatic night in Batchcombe woods, Tegan has travelled the world learning from all manner of witches, and she is no longer the awkward teenager and noviceAfter five years in the Summerlands, Gideon has gained his freedom Elizabeth knows he will go straight for Tegan, and that she must protect the girl she had come to regard as her own daughter In the time since she the dramatic night in Batchcombe woods, Tegan has travelled the world learning from all manner of witches, and she is no longer the awkward teenager and novice spellcaster she once was However, her skills are no match for Gideon s dark, vengeful power, and he succeeds in capturing her Will Elizabeth be able to find her Will they be able to defeat their nemesis once and for all
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    Paula Brackston aka PJ Brackston is the New York Times bestselling author of The Witch s Daughter, The Winter Witch, and The Midnight Witch 2014 Paula has an MA in Creative Writing from Lancaster University, and is a Visiting Lecturer for the University of Wales, Newport In 2007 Paula was short listed in the Creme de la Crime search for new writers In 2010 her book Nutters writing as PJ Davy was short listed for the Mind Book Award, and she was selected by the BBC under their New Welsh Writers scheme.Paula lives in Wales with her partner and their two children.

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  • Thanks to NetGalley for an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review I read the first book in this series last month, and I feel this one is even better than the first More magic, drama, historical content Elizabeth and Tegan are back, along with a supporting cast of new characters as well written and engrossing as they are I thoroughly enjoyed this book, a great escapist fantasy with a strong moral center Well done.


  • Spoilers for those who have not read The Witch s Daughter I don t even know what to say I absolutely adored The Witch s Daughter, though I found it to be overly long at times The Return of the Witch had a little bit too much going on for me to feel really immersed in the book The sudden love one character had for another came out of nowhere And the ending didn t work Told in the first person by two characters, The Return of the Witch follows Elizabeth and Tegan from the first book Elizabeth as r [...]


  • I ve been a big fan of Paula Brackston pecially her witch books Ironically the only book of her s I haven t read is The Witch s Daughter I have it but I just haven t gotten around to reading it for some reason So when this book came up for review, I was hesitant only because I haven t read the first one However, I was so excited to read another of her witch books that I just gave in a read this one So I would be lying if I said I should have read the first book before this one There were a lot o [...]


  • Visit Unshelfish for reviews giveawaysBrackston s spellbinding language is the driving force along with endearing characters and a well balanced narrative with the perfect amounts of witchcraft, mystery, suspense and thrills, even a little romance appears Her characters are strong, intelligent and sensible The foursome possesses a chemistry thus pulling the reader in further The Time Stepping and sub plots enhance as opposed to distract I enjoy the pacing, the motives are revealed slowly as you [...]


  • It s been several years since I read The Witch s Daughter and I was afraid I wouldn t remember what was going on But picking up this book was like meeting up with a old friend it just makes you feel all warm and cozy with the characters all over again This, the second book of this series feels similar to the second book in the All Souls trilogy what with both having someone who can work a special kind of time traveling magic The main difference being that this book doesn t get worked up about th [...]


  • Copyright Night Owl ReviewsPaula Brackston s writing is so beautiful it will have you spellbound all on its own However, the story line which involves time travel, magic, and a pinch of mystery will also make you want to keep reading This is the second book in the series and if you haven t read the first one, I certainly recommend doing so, just so you can have information about what has been happening through the centuries with Elizabeth and Gideon Also, it has some cool historical fiction sce [...]


  • Its been several years since I read The Witch s Daughter, so I really don t remember what happened in that book In hindsight, I probably should have went back and read the last few chapters to try to jog my memory We start out The Return of the Witch with Gideon Masters having escaped the Summerlands, and Bess has left as well to track him down Bess knows that he will most likely go after Tegan, who was Bess daughter figure in the first book Having been in the Summerlands for five years, she is [...]


  • Paula Brackston s new book The Return of the Witch, sequel to The Witch s Daughter book was a strange book In a way it was really interesting but at the same time it was really annoying This time the story starts five years after Elizabeth tricked Gideon and took him to Summerland Tegan has lived all this time waiting for Elizabeth s return and also visiting all kinds of different witches shamans all over the world, learning from them and improving her own magic Then Elizabeth returns with the n [...]


  • Elizabeth, Gideon Tegan are back in the second book in The Witch s Daughter series I ve read all of Brackston s witch books and I have to say that this is probably the one I liked the least I still gave it three stars because I enjoy the worlds that the author builds and I enjoyed coming back to see these characters again but I did have some pretty big issues with the book.I liked Elizabeth s character in The Witch s Daughter but in this one she was different She wasn t as sure footed and confid [...]


  • I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review This book picks up 5 years after the end of the previous book, The Witch s Daughter I didn t know that this book was a sequel until I started reading it so I hadn t read the first book ahead of time While I didn t find that this hindered me in any way, I think that some of the back story items discussed in this book would have made sense to me if I had read the first book before hand I still greatly enjoyed this b [...]


  • Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.Let me first say that I have been a big fan of Paula Brackston ever since I read the first book in this series, The Witch s Daughter, a couple years ago.This book picked up right where we left off in the ending of The Witch s Daughter and even though it had been a while since I had been in this world I had no trouble getting back in to the story Having read a number of Brackston s books I knew that [...]


  • Lia s Bookish Obsession liasbookishobsession liasbookishobsession the rWitchcraft is in the air can you see it Can you sense it Can you hear the magical whispers of your fellow witches speaking to you No, then I ll tell you what they are saying.HmmmmmThey are saying you should pre order Paula Brockton latest witch themed book The Return of the Witch, available in stores eBooks March 8th 2016 I have had the great pleasure of reading an advance copy of The Return of the Witch through the approval [...]


  • Oh how I have missed Elizabeth and Teagan I didn t realize how beloved these characters were until I got the chance to spend some time with them again Although it feels as though this book may have brought closure to their story, I wouldn t be upset to see a book three in the future.


  • Elizabeth, Teagan GideonEvil loves to steal good Evil craves power When Gideon escapes the Summerlands nothing good can be coming Elizabeth follows him hoping to protect her protege only to find Teagan much changed With Time Stepper Erasmus they embark on a terrible journey to stop Gideon once and for all.



  • It has to be said that Paula Brackston has recently become a favourite author of mine This is the second book of hers that I have read, and I ve given both The Witch s Daughter and The Return of the Witch five stars, because they were both so good, they completely blew my mind, and from beginning to end I was hooked and loved every single second of reading them.Coming back into the world of Elizabeth Hawksmith and being reunited with her and Tegan, and even Gideon, was so refreshing Paula s book [...]


  • My favorite green witch, Elizabeth Hawksmith, is forced to return from the Summerlands to track down her arch nemesis, Gideon Masters Gideon has managed to escape imprisonment by Elizabeth and her sister witches and is once again loose in the world Elizabeth s greatest worry is that he will harm Tegan, her teenage protege fromThe Witch s Daughter.Tegan has spent the years since Elizabeth disappeared travelling the world in search of magical knowledge Both Elizabeth and Gideon underestimate her n [...]


  • I came late to Paula Brackston witch books, but it did not take me long to fall for the magic of them The Return of the Witch is the long awaited sequel to The Witch s Daughter and is even spellbinding as she weaves this beautiful written story of love , loyalty and magic We pick up the story five years since the dramatic events of Batchcombe woods and we find that Gideon has slipped the bonds of magic that held him prisoner and has returned to earth once Elizabeth knows where he go straight f [...]


  • While I liked this one, Elizabeth s whining and hysterics got on my nerves and as the book went on The time travel was very well done, but it felt very much like a light version of A Discovery of Witches There were some places the feeling of Discovery of Witches was so strong, it felt like I was reading that book and not this one The descriptions of people and places went on for too long and were too detailed, but still seemingly shallow and weren t relevant to the plot It was like someone had [...]


  • I ll admit, this book wasn t my cup of tea I am normally a romance reader, but the cover of this book grabbed me for some reason I had trouble connecting to the characters, but it was not the fault of the author This book was VERY well written, I just should have read the first book before this one There are some references to the previous book, so be prepared if you haven t read it I m a stickler for knowing every detail, but my lack of knowledge didn t get in the way of the flow of the story.T [...]


  • Oh, my I think I liked this one even better than book 1, the Witch s Daughter It s been awhile since I read that one, but there was absolutely no problem getting right into this story The focus has shifted somewhat there s of Tegan s story, too, not just Elizabeth s Tegan has grown into a strong and special woman Gideon has escaped the Summerlands and kidnaps Tegan for purposes unclear at the beginning of the story Elizabeth begins a frantic search for Tegan, to find her, protect her, and join [...]


  • DNF at 50%I just cannot care any longer I am not the least bit invested in ANY of these characters except the mouse The synopsis said nothing about this being set during the Civil War a time period I know very little about it and find it a boring setting for a book that has nothing to do with the actual war One of the things the first book had going for it was the great relationship between Elizabeth and Tegan so Tegan as she is interesting and Elizabeth is boring AF but in this book they are se [...]


  • The Return of the Witch continues with the characters we came to know from the first novel, The Witch s Daughter Once again, Tegan is fleeing the powerful Gideon and Elizabeth is in hot pursuit to save the young witch she s come to think of as her daughter But will Elizabeth find her in time Paula Brackston has such a beautiful writing style that her stories flow effortlessly from page to page You just don t want the story to end And in this story, she takes us on a journey through time as Eliza [...]


  • Thanks to St Martin s Press and Netgalley for the ARC.Having read a few of Paula Brackston s books it was like picking up an old friend If you love The Witch s Daughter then you will surely love The return of the Witch Whilst reading it felt that I could not read fast enough, so curious was I to discover what is happening next in the story We meet a new character in this book that helps Elizabeth on her journey as well as the return of a few of The witch s daughter Paula has the ability to make [...]


  • Reading a Paula Brackston novel is like receiving a warm hug from an old friend There is comfort in reading her works I am a huge fan of The Witch s Daughter so I was overjoyed at hearing she had written a sequel The Return of the Witch is equally as enthralling as its prequel I couldn t put it down and was sad to finish I look forward to novels by Brackston and will be delighted if she decides to make this story into a trilogy.


  • I know this isn t high literature, and in truth, it probably doesn t deserve five stars The plot did seem a bit repetitive at times, but for those of you who didn t read The Witch s Daughter, that s probably a good thing I thought the writing was beautiful especially for something considered pop literature and I truly cared about what happened to the characters In short, I loved it I guess, for me, it was the right book at the right time.


  • it was fantastic the story amazingly blew me away the rich history of witches was amazing it not just female witch but male with different abilities and path but all connected as one battle of good and evil light and darkness all connected


  • A lovely and delicious book filled with loveable strong characters and magic of course It was wonderful to read what had become of young Tegan and to see such a great ending I did not want this story to end.



  • A sequel to The Witch s Daughter FINALLY YAY I can only express my true feelings through this GIF


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