Witching Time After the death of her beloved husband Imogen Lacey is befriended by a group of strong soulful women who take joy in each other s company and celebrate their natural powers together And when bad fo

  • Title: Witching Time
  • Author: Jean Stubbs
  • ISBN: 9780575066137
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • After the death of her beloved husband, Imogen Lacey is befriended by a group of strong, soulful women, who take joy in each other s company and celebrate their natural powers together And when bad fortune falls her way, Imogen knows it wasn t these women who threatened her it was they who saved her.

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    One thought on “Witching Time”

    1. DNFAbsolutely hate it when a book that I should normally adore turns out to be a complete dud.***Pouty face***

    2. This is the second time I've read this book. It's very mystical and fun, and the setting is drawn with such clarity that you are sucked right into the English landscapes, cottages and shoppes. Witches, murders, crafty hats, an ornery cat, and, oh yeah, the play is the thingI don't doubt I'll read this for a third time somewhere in the future.

    3. I picked this book up as I love witchy books but it was so much more. I've read it quite a few times now and enjoyed it more each time. The setting is beautiful, the characters are quirky and it definitely worth a read

    4. This book started out with such promise and thenwell not to spoil the plotoverworked, implausible, important events unresolvedt a horrible book, but I would not recommend. Should I try another book by Jean Stubbs?

    5. I stumbled on this book in my local library recently, and it's the first book that I have read by the author. I was attracted by the subject matter of theater, witches and Yorkshire. I enjoyed reading it. There were a few sections that were a little overwritten and underexplained, but overall it was very good. It appears to be set in a contemporary period to it's publication, so the late 1990s. This made me think of Elizabeth Cadell, but with a darker and more complicated plot. Also, the reader [...]

    6. This is a great book. I would classify it as urban fantasy, as it is taken place in our current world and has elements of magic in it. The magical elements are not very pronounced, though. It is more like they are interwoven in the story. In the end, magic does play a large roll, but in a quiet way. Nothing flashy, no broomsticks, but there all the same and simply a part of the world.The story is about Imogen, who is still grieving for the death of her husband and is invited to stay with an old [...]

    7. Very sweet, compelling read. Had some confusion about the actual time period that the book was set inme dialogue was almost Edwardian, but they still had pay phones and just some other ambiguities. A sweet simple story told by an author with supreme command of the English language.

    8. I liked it overall, but some parts had me a little confused! But I would recommend it to someone to read!!!

    9. Fairly enjoyable read. Would have liked to see more of the interesting plot elements though - the witchcraft and the hats!

    10. This is a delightful story of a woman finding her place and her magic. I want to live in the village where the coven is.

    11. I'm only reading this because the main character has the same name as me (which is cool as it doesn't happen very often!), but so far I'm enjoying it. It's cute and British and 1950s-ish :)

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