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The Witch's Curse

3.36 of 5 stars 3.36  ·  rating details  ·  25 ratings  ·  2 reviews
In this new short supernatural thriller from Amazon Best Selling author Sarah Billington, when fifteen-year-old Alex is caught out in the secluded forest admiring the giant ancient tree set in a moss-covered clearing, she is sure Josh is pulling a prank on her.

Be careful of the witch's curse, he says. The tree has the power to kill you in the most horrible of ways.

Alex did
ebook, 15 pages
Published January 2012 by Billington Media
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This turned out to be a very short story. Only took me about 20 minutes to read but it was refreshing after some of the lengthy books that I have been reading of late.

Alex is a teenage girl, in a new home and a new school. We're not told what happened to her mother, only that she lives with her dad and his girlfriend/wife, which Alex doesn't seem to care much for.

She scoffs at the idea of a witch's curse, assuming it is a local legend, but is it? The author doesn't give us very defined charac
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This has the feel of a classic ghost story. While there is always a question of what will happen in the end, the conclusion is inevitable, as it should be.

Edwina once again captures the characters through dialogue, making them seem realistic.

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The one thing that bothered me was how abrupt the ending was. It's understandable, I suppose, since the story is in first person and the conclusion is what it is. One could hardly expect a longer or more subtle end in the case of
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Sarah Billington is an Australian writer and editor who likes to write stories with love, laughs, suspense and zombies. Sometimes all in the same story.

She writes predominantly light Young Adult fiction under her name, Sarah Billington, but if you're interested in something a bit darker and scarier she's got some of that for you too.

Sarah loves a variety of random things, which include Swing Danci
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