For february reading challenge, this month was a book you always wanted to read, for me this time was Sea Witch that incidentally was the winner on my book club this month and I enjoyed it so much.
Para el reto lector de febrero, este mes era un libro que siempre quisiste leer, para mi ese fue Sea Witch, que también fue el ganador de mi club de lectura de este mes y me gustó un montón.
Wicked meets “The Little Mermaid” in the captivating origin story of the sea’s most iconic villainess, perfect for fans of Heartless and Dorothy Must Die.
Ever since her best friend Anna died, Evie has been an outcast in her small fishing town. Hiding her talents, mourning her loss, drowning in her guilt.
Then a girl with an uncanny resemblance to Anna appears on the shore, and the two girls catch the eyes of two charming princes. Suddenly Evie feels like she might finally have a chance at her own happily ever after.
But magic isn’t kind, and her new friend harbors secrets of her own. She can’t stay in Havnestad—or on two legs—without Evie’s help. And when Evie reaches deep into the power of her magic to save her friend’s humanity—and her prince’s heart—she discovers, too late, what she’s bargained away.
This one was my reading circle book for this month and my February’s reading challenge too.
I couldn’t enjoy it more, it was amazing, Evie story is the perfect example of the say “the path to hell is pathed with good intentions” poor girl actually.
Sarah did reel me up with the way she writes I liked her style a lot and hope this one will not be the only one in this style.
The characters were so lovable and relatable and I did feel a little for each in different ways but my favorites were Evie and Nik they were wronged in so many ways.
An amazing narrative and a compelling story worth a read of fantasy lovers.