Witch Born

Witch Born Brusenna thought it was finished She defeated the Dark Witch saving the Witches from imprisonment and death She found love and a place to belong But she was wrong A new threat merges with the old as

  • Title: Witch Born
  • Author: Amber Argyle
  • ISBN: 9780985739409
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brusenna thought it was finished She defeated the Dark Witch, saving the Witches from imprisonment and death She found love and a place to belong But she was wrong A new threat merges with the old as the Witches dark history begins to catch up with them Only Brusenna knows the extent of the danger and how to stop it, though doing so might cost her everything IncludiBrusenna thought it was finished She defeated the Dark Witch, saving the Witches from imprisonment and death She found love and a place to belong But she was wrong A new threat merges with the old as the Witches dark history begins to catch up with them Only Brusenna knows the extent of the danger and how to stop it, though doing so might cost her everything Including her life.

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    1. Writing Witch Born took more than I thought I had to give. It's the end of Brusenna's journey (which started with Witch Song), and I'm not sure how to say goodbye. I've been wandering the house, glassy-eyed and lost for days now. It consumed so much of my life, and now it's over. But that's the beauty of being an author (insert evil laugh). It's not over unless I want it to be. I'll be writing a prequel about a minor character's life. After you read Witch Born, you'll know which one. Perhaps the [...]

    2. Amber Argyle has, without a doubt, become a firm favourite of mine. Her writing is amazing and her attention to detail is phenomenal. She has never failed to grab me right from the start and take me on a magical, often times tragical, journey. Every one of her books has been action packed and intense. They have caused me to cry, to gasp, to shout out and to have a book hangover! This one is no different. May contain spoilers for book 1!!Brusenna is once again in a fight for her life. She thought [...]

    3. I read Ms. Argyle's Witch Song novel more than a year ago and I really liked it. Her world of witches and Guardians was very exciting and I loved the thought of witches having power through their songs. There were some pacing issues that I didn't care for and a whole secondary plot that would have been more suited in a sequel since in my opinion it made the first book overly long. However, I still really liked the novel and was pleased to see that there was another novel about the world of witch [...]

    4. O.M.G. If Witch Song was amazing, Witch Born was downright mind-blowing! Usually, I'm not one to dwell on the ending of a series; if the characters get their closure and/or their HEA, I'm OK with it and I move on; this time though, I really, really feel like stalking Amber Argyle and begging her to write more books in this world. I didn't want the story to end!!! *sob*If you loved Witch Song, but you're worried that Witch Born might have some second-book-in-a-series-syndrome symptoms Do. Not. Wo [...]

    5. Starting this, I was wary this was going to be unsatisfying.Well, this was unsatisfying. I wasn't satisfied.The main character didn't satisfy me.The love interest wasn't satisfying.The world building wasn't satisfying.The character development wasn't satisfying.Did I mention I was unsatisfied? Because I'm unsatisfied.I was also unsatisfied about finishing this.To be satisfied, I will be continuing this trilogy.Are you satisfied? I'm not.

    6. Witch Born is book two in the Witch Song series, and the last one centered around Brusenna. Senna has defeated the Dark Witch and saved Haven, but something else is beginning and she’s becoming more powerful as time goes on. It was a real treat to be able to finally get back into the world of Witches and elements, and in a different format!There may be spoilers for book one below this!I was a bit worried that I wouldn’t remember all that happened in the first book since it’s been awhile, b [...]

    7. This and my other reviews can be found at amethystbookwyrm/The Dark Witch has been defeated and Senna is engaged to the man she loves, everything should be perfect, but it is not. Haven is not the paradise she thought it would be, Tarten is still suffering from the witches curse and there is a new threat that could destroy everything Senna holds dear. Witch Born is a brilliant sequel which has lots of twists and turns and is much more unpredictable than Witch Song. Also this book is more action- [...]

    8. I'm a tiny bit conflicted by this book. It did pick up rather quickly from the ending of the first book, and very quickly pulled me in, and built up the action nice and fast, which made this rather difficult to put down. The build up to the climax was even better, but to my mind, the wheels fell off during the climax, and the resolution didn't help matters. I think I am invested enough in the world that the author has woven that I'll need to finish the series.

    9. Second books in a series are always tricky. The first can be a home run, and the second has such high standards to meet that, on its own its good, but as part of the series its a stinker. Or, the first can be just average, nothing great, and the subsequent books get better and better. The trick is then luring readers into being interested.Witch Born was kind of a mix of the two. Witch Song (book 1) was excellent, and Witch Born was equally awesome. We see Senna as a stronger character in a lot o [...]

    10. Eep!!! I was given the eARC by the author herself And was asked to post a review by September 5. And well, I just finished it today. Cause I said to myself that I still have time. Apparently, not true. For starters, I fell in love with the cover. It's so pretty!!! In all honesty, when I started reading this second AND last book of this series, I can't even remember what happened in first book. Please don't kill me. I read it a long time ago, like last year. So you can't really blame me if my mem [...]

    11. Exciting and innovative story. Great entertaining!In the second book of the Witch Song Series the protagonist Brusenna has much character what I have missed in the first the book. Furthermore, there was much more profoundness in the whole plot and sometimes I had really stopped reading and thinking about the difficult situations the characters had to handle.I really like the unpredictability of the story and felt really entertained.The end was well-rounded, so I have no idea what will come in th [...]

    12. Un deuxième tome et fin de la duologie, ma foi, agréable à lire. On retrouve Brusenna dans son refuge avec les autres sorcières en proie à la culpabilité suite à la malédiction qui s'est emparée de la Tartennie. Joshen, son protecteur, est toujours aussi bienveillant et amoureux d'elle. Elle poursuit son apprentissage auprès des maîtresses et devient même l'objet de toutes les convoitises car elle a été touchée par les Créatrices Elle va se lancer dans la course contre la malédi [...]

    13. This book was SO good. It made me sad that Senna and Joshen were fighting. I hate Arianis for being such a brat. And I still hate Mistin for betraying Senna. On the part where Cord becomes Senna's guardian, I could actually feel her pain. I always hated Cord and thought he was a creep. I felt so bad for her. But I didn't hate him as much in the end. When Senna became a creator, I couldn't believe she decided to go back and loose her creator abilities. But in the end, I guess it was a good decisi [...]

    14. GrippingThis story bring you on a journey, up, down, love, hate fear, destruction, forgiveness, healing, it's all there. Senna has to find herself through all this and find a way to be with her love, Joshen.

    15. I'm not really sure why I read this. Given my less-than-favourable and rather facetious review of the first book, you'd think I'd skip the sequel. But I had a moment of weakness and wanted to retreat into a familiar fictional world, and I'd heard that this had just been released, so I picked it up. Well, first of all, it's absolutely true what other reviewers (Deborah Andreason, I'm looking at you) have said about needing to have the previous book fresh in your mind when you read this one. I've [...]

    16. I was so lucky to be able to read both books, one right after the other. If I hadn't been able to, I would have gone a little crazy! I had to start book two immediately to see what would happen. I let the author know how I felt about her books when I sent her a message on Facebook, here is what I said"There is something missing in your booksa warning at the beginning that your stories are so addicting that you won't be able to put the book down."When I wrote this to Amber I truly meant it. I too [...]

    17. J'avais eu un gros coup de cœur pour le premier tome de cette série. J'étais donc très impatiente de lire « Witch Born » et je dois dire que je n'ai pas été déçue !Nous retrouvons donc Senna qui vit désormais au Refuge, entourée de toutes les sorcières qu'elle a sauvées, et de sa mère. Pourtant, rien ne se passe comme elle le voudrait. Elle doit travailler dur pour mériter sa place parmi elles, malgré tout ce qu'elle a déjà accompli. Et les règles sont très strictes. Les hom [...]

    18. I'm going to start by saying, thank goodness I read the books in this series back to back. It's so hard to wait on new books in a promising series. Once you reach the half way point of this book, you're going to want to clear your schedule, in order to read the last half uninterrupted! Amber Argyle, does not disappoint her readers! Witch Born is a wonderful follow-up to Witch Song.Now let's take a moment and admire that cover! It deserves some over the top, girly-gushing. I love how Brusenna is [...]

    19. Witch BornFirst things first, the cover of Witch Born by Amber Argyle, the second book in the Witch Song series is gorgeous!And full throttle onto my thoughts. Witch Born took the history of the witch’s to a whole other level and definitely raised the stakes in the book. Argyle did an amazing job of building that history and having Brusenna slowly discover what the witches were keeping from her and how it all fit together.The plot is solid, fast paced, and interesting. The problem is some thin [...]

    20. Originally posted on Words at Home blog September 6, 2012: wordsathome/2012/09/witWitch Born finds Senna on Haven after saving the Witches from the Dark Witch Espen. She thinks her trials in life are finished and is trying to learn her craft as an Apprentice. But something is happening to Senna, her song grows stronger every day and she has more power than she should. She can hear the song of the Four Sisters and later learns that with being Creator-touched comes a fate far more dangerous than s [...]

    21. *I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*The Witches of Haven have a crisis. Strangers are invading the island to kidnap Senna, there is a traitor amongst them and their enemies are gathering. Senna wants to remove the curse which is crippling Tarten which brings her into dispute with the Heads, who know her destiny and refuse to give her the information she needs.We rejoin the story with the witches all safely on Haven, planning their next move. Senn [...]

    22. Last night, when I’d finished reading Witch Born, a lot of sentences were swirling in my head. They all described exactly how I felt about the book and they were perfect to share my feelings with you in a review.And then I fell asleep.Off course, after waking up this morning I couldn’t remember a thing. This had me frustrated ALL DAY LONG. God, this was such a perfect review in my head. I’ll try to recreate it as accurately as I can.I don’t give five dragons that easily, certainly not to [...]

    23. Stars : 5Well, to start, by the fact that after the vampires , witches are my favorite ! That was one of the factors that made reading this saga , another could be the title Witch Song . And finally, I wanted to read some fantasy , paranormal and more. Witches never go out of fashion rather as all magical and mysterious being : is renewed.I'm happy when I'm watching the evolution of writing and narrative in a saga. It will be so cool gradually , starting slowly like a song and when you are in th [...]

    24. This review originally appeared on my blog, Leeanna.==WITCH BORN, the second book of the Witch Song series, picks up where WITCH SONG ended. Senna is now at Haven, learning all about her Witch abilities, but life isn’t happily ever after. She’s separated from Joshin, her Guardian, because the Witches don’t approve of their relationship. Senna’s powers are also increasing, and when she discovers a huge secret, she’ll stop at nothing to set right the wrongs of the past. One of my minor q [...]

    25. This is a joint review but the second book gets more mention than the first. I read both books back to back and they were impossible to put down, I could not stop reading! Argyle painted such a rich and vibrant world and interesting characters that as a reader you can’t help but be drawn in. The narrative is well paced and the climax does not disappoint. The cover is what drew me initially to the book and I think it is absolutely stunning! Love the covers of both the books. A lot of times the [...]

    26. I first read Witch Song not long after it was released last year. I immediately wished I could pick up the sequel and continue with the story. Amber Argyle created a rich, vibrant world that I immersed myself into, and I wanted more!After anxiously awaiting the second book, Witch Born, I sped through it much faster than I normally read books. I just couldn't get enough!The second book picks up where it left off, with Brusenna, or Senna, as she likes to be called, reintegrating herself into the s [...]

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