The Nature of Witches

The Nature of Witches by Rachel Griffin
Rachel Griffin
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Sep 7, 2021

17-year-old Clara Densmore is a witch whose powers revolve around the weather. Unlike normal witches, Clara’s power is strong throughout all seasons of the year. This is because she is an Everwitch, meaning she can control all seasons. Clara is a pariah at the Eastern School of Solar Magic. She wants to give up her powers because of a tragic incident that had happened in the past. But with huge natural disasters and dying witches- that doesn’t seem like an option to her. Clara soon realizes that only she can save the world. With the help of Sang Park, a visiting student, she races against time to save everyone. Will Clara be able to save the world? Will she have trouble? Read more to find out!

This book is definitely a wakeup call to how destructive people can be to the environment around us. While reading this book, I was inspired and felt the need to make a change in the current environmental situation that we are in. Although this book is a unique concept with witches controlling seasonal powers, it seems like an overplayed scenario. There are many books with the same concept of fighting the evil villain. The cover definitely fits the book. The cover shows that even if the weather is unpredictable, Clara is still powerful. If you are interested in blooming romance and trouble that thickens with each page, this book is surely a good fit for you.

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