Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Review: A WITCH’S GUIDE TO MURDER by Aubrey Harper

Rory inherited her grandmother’s house and cult booshop, so she decides to make the move back to her old town, where she discovers that she’s a witch and her grandmother may have actually been murdered by another witch. Interesting!

With the help of her granny’s ghost, her witchy cousin, and her book nerd friend, Rory will learn to use her new witch abilities and find out what really happened.

At first, the story felt slow and repetitive with it being mostly biting back-and-forth dialogue between the characters. But there was magic, and the story was cute and crafty. I liked how Rory got the hang of her new witchy powers quickly, especially since she was a “person of interest” in not just one but two murders in town. Yeah, maybe she should’ve stayed in NY.

In the second half of the story, when we get down to who the real killer was, was, by far, the best part! It’s always the person you least suspect.

My rating: 4 stars

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