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The Year of the Witching A Young Woman Living In A Rigid, Puritanical Society Discovers Dark Powers Within Herself In This Stunning, Feminist Fantasy DebutIn The Lands Of Bethel, Where The Prophet S Word Is Law, Immanuelle Moore S Very Existence Is Blasphemy Her Mother S Union With An Outsider Of A Different Race Cast Her Once Proud Family Into Disgrace, So Immanuelle Does Her Best To Worship The Father, Follow Holy Protocol, And Lead A Life Of Submission, Devotion, And Absolute Conformity, Like All The Other Women In The SettlementBut A Mishap Lures Her Into The Forbidden Darkwood Surrounding Bethel, Where The First Prophet Once Chased And Killed Four Powerful Witches Their Spirits Are Still Lurking There, And They Bestow A Gift On Immanuelle The Journal Of Her Dead Mother, Who Immanuelle Is Shocked To Learn Once Sought Sanctuary In The WoodFascinated By The Secrets In The Diary, Immanuelle Finds Herself Struggling To Understand How Her Mother Could Have Consorted With The Witches But When She Begins To Learn Grim Truths About The Church And Its History, She Realizes The True Threat To Bethel Is Its Own Darkness And She Starts To Understand That If Bethel Is To Change, It Must Begin With Her


About the Author: Alexis Henderson

Alexis Henderson is a speculative fiction writer with a penchant for dark fantasy, witchcraft, and cosmic horror She grew up in one of America s most haunted cities, Savannah, Georgia, which instilled in her a life long love of ghost stories When she doesn t have her nose buried in a book, you can find her painting or watching horror movies with her feline familiar Currently, Alexis resides in



10 thoughts on “The Year of the Witching

  1. says:

    Handmaid s Tale meets Salem Born of rebellious feminist resistance by a girl who is branded as cursed because of her mother s sins and facing the dark powers to make definite and concrete changes at the dystopian, puritanical, secluded society consisted of hypocrisy,


  2. says:

    I tore through this book in a single day It s the exact kind of witchy tale I ve been looking for The kind of achingly tense, terrifying atmosphere you get in horror with the tear it all down politics of today s best fantasy Highly recommend


  3. says:

    I meanI think it s pretty good.


  4. says:

    This sounds a lot like THE GRACE YEAR but I hope it s better than THE GRACE YEAR


  5. says:

    Touted as The Handmaid s Tale meets Salem, The Year of the Witching if definitely a deliciously dark tale you don t want to miss out on.Filled with terrifying scenes of both the macabre and dark times for women, this is one read that will keep you flipping the pages and utterly enthralled at its unique


  6. says:

    3.5 stars rounded up for the moment, but might round down depending on how I feel The Year of the Witching has been described as a mix of The Handmaid s Tale and The Vvitch Salem, but I could honestly see many religious cults being used as a comparison here Despite the easy comparisons I would say loose compari


  7. says:

    The Year of the Witching was pitched as being inspired by The VVitch, so perhaps it s on me for allowing my expectations to climb sky high due to the association with one of my favorite movies of all time The VVitch is disturbing and unsettling and claustrophobic The Year of the Witching is


  8. says:

    What a sensational debut Henderson wove the most deliciously dark tale and I wanted to savor it as long as I could Haunting, horrifying, and so, so human I could not put this story down


  9. says:

    Review to come upon release.


  10. says:

    This book is everything My review to come.


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