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My Recommended 'Witchy' Books

Hi everyone, I'm Jessie, I'm excited to share some of my favorite witchy books that are perfect for the fall season. As the temperatures start to drop in many places (unlike here in Florida), it's the ideal time to cozy up with a captivating book that captures the enchanting vibes of autumn. Even though I may not experience the true fall weather, I can still imagine snuggling under a warm blanket with a steaming cup of coffee, immersing myself in a witchy, fall-inspired story. So, let's dive into these books and create that cozy fall atmosphere, even if I have to crank down the air conditioner to make it feel cooler in my house.

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Magic for Liars

Magic for Liars

Sarah Gailey
2019
  • Fantasy
  • Mystery
  • Fiction
3.63
video - Magic for Liars

Magic for Liars is a standalone book by Sarah Gailey, set in a magic school. However, instead of following the students, the story revolves around a private investigator who is hired to solve a murder that occurred at the school. As the investigator delves deeper, she discovers that her twin sister is one of the teachers, which influenced her getting the job. She investigates the witches at the school, trying to uncover the identity of the murderer and unravel the hidden secrets and lies. This fast-paced thriller combines elements of a murder mystery with magic, making it an enjoyable standalone read.

The Girl Who Drank The Moon

The Girl Who Drank The Moon

Kelly Barnhill
2016
  • Fantasy
  • Fiction
  • Mystery
  • Magic
4.12
video - The Girl Who Drank The Moon

The Girl Who Drank the Moon is an incredibly adorable book that I absolutely adored. The story revolves around a witch who resides in the woods, embodying the classic eerie witch persona. In the town, a distressing tradition unfolds each year where a newborn baby is sacrificed to the witch to keep her away. However, the witch is genuinely puzzled by this recurring phenomenon of finding abandoned babies in the woods. To ensure their safety, she nourishes them with starlight and transports them to a nearby town, where she places them in the care of loving families.

The Nature of Witches

The Nature of Witches

Rachel Griffin
2021
  • Fantasy
  • Young Adult
  • Romance
  • Fiction
3.85
video - The Nature of Witches

The Nature of Wishes by Rachel Griffin is an excellent standalone book that stands out in the realm of series-dominated reads. The story follows our protagonist, who attends a magic school as an ever witch. In this world, witches are associated with different seasons, with their magic waxing and waning accordingly. Our main character, however, is unique as the only ever witch in hundreds of years. The book intertwines themes of seasons and environmental issues, as the witches strive to combat global warming and ecological challenges.

With its immersive fantasy world and compelling narrative, "The Nature of Wishes" is a highly recommended standalone read.

Winds of Strife

Winds of Strife

Uri Gatt Gutman
2020
  • Fantasy
  • Adult
  • Dark Fantasy
4.15
video - Winds of Strife

This grim and dark fantasy novel features a world with witches and witch hunters. Our main character, Nai, is a witch hunter who also happens to be the offspring of a witch. Approach this book with the understanding that there are no purely good characters, and the morally gray territory heavily leans toward an unfavorable view of the main character.

Queen of Blood

Queen of Blood

Sarah Beth Durst
2016
  • Fantasy
  • Young Adult
  • Fiction
3.89
video - Queen of Blood

This is a captivating book that exudes a witchy atmosphere, although the characters themselves are not explicitly classified as witches. However, they possess a distinctly witchy essence and are even accompanied by hedge witches, magic users who, while not as potent as the heirs and the queen, possess the ability to control earth spirits and similar entities. The book resonates strongly with its witchy vibe, which I found immensely appealing.

This book is exceptional, and the entire series is truly remarkable.

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