Whisper of a Witch (The Savannah Coven #1)
3.5 WITCHY STARS!
You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog!
Here comes the worst cover of a book I have read in 2014,or maybe one of the worst covers I have ever seen in a book.Seriously the girl in the cover destroys the beauty of the background which is actually pretty interesting,and the font doesn't match with the rest.I am mentioning this to let the readers know that don't judge this book by it's cover,it is way better!
Whisper of a Witch is the first book in "The Sav...more
I was completely blown away by the secrets of the characters, the many different and entirely captivating characters in this book are in my opinion what makes the books storyline come to life through every turn of the page. At times while reading I found myself breathlessly turning the pages wanting and intrigued beyond imagina ...more
The book begins with a prologue that introduces a whole bunch of women all seemingly heading to the same place. It was a bit confusing to be bombarded with all this information first thing, but it's only a quick introduction, so it's not that bad really. Anyway, after that the story begins properly. We meet Shauni, who has the ability of communicating with animals ...more
The story is about nine witches who have always been destined to come together. The girls didn't know each other before they felt the calling. Most of them did ...more
Shauni Miller has a secret that she has shared with very few people. She feels a pull towards Savannah Georgia where she meets Dr. Michael Black, a vet in Savannah. Also in Savannah are others waiting to meet Shauni and get to know her, they too have their own secrets. Working with these people will test Shauni in ways that she never imagined not ...more
This first book really hooked me as it introduced me to the coven and Shauni. (She's the main character in Book 1.) I love how Suza made each of these characters so different and interesting. She really opened up the way for a great series!
I simply adored this book and personally found it to be different and refreshing. If your ...more
For some, being able to picture the setting of ...more
Darkness has returned. Amidst the haunting and rich southern background of Savannah, Suza Kates introduces us to nine women drawn together by a three hundred-year-old prophecy.
Shauni Miller, a biologist with a distinct gift, is mysteriously summoned to an island off the coast of Savannah. Here, she meets Dr. Michael Black and eight other women with gifts of their own, as they discover their true paths and accept their destinies. Only together can they fulfill the pr ...more
This is a really fun novel. It is sort of an old fashioned witch story real magic. I enjoyed th ...more
Whisper of a Witch is a pretty refreshing read from the kind of paranormal romance books I usually pick up. Rather than starting off with a bunch of hunks swaggering about flexing their muscles and killing things (which I do like, by the way), Suza begins by introducing a group of females.
Reading about nine women coming together and forming a coven was enjoyable and some parts were quite humorous. I was glad they didn't spend too much time chanting spells o ...more
Really?!? not sure how anyone thought this narration was brilliant. The reading voice was nice. But that is it. There are 9 witches in the coven, the main character Shauni can speak to animals and they can speak back, there is our hero, Dr. Black.
NOT ONE CHARACTER HAS A DIFFERENT VOICE FROM THE NARRATOR'S READING VOICE.
I am not kidding. A very disappointing listen. I was a bit shocked too, most narrators try and give characters voice distincti ...more
Thus a twisted romantic was born.
Throughout my teenage and young adult years, I rea ...more