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4.44  ·  Rating details ·  18 ratings  ·  4 reviews
First novel by Sylvie Filiatreault, published by FL Press.
In Medieval England, the arrival of a new clergy in a sleepy village will bring death sentences to the four sisters who live in the woods. The siblings, whom everyone knows but dares not speak of, for fear of angering their priest and being judged harshly by the other villagers.

For generations, the women
Paperback, 306 pages
Published November 4th 2012 by FL-Press

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Marguerite Giguère
Sep 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
I thought this book was very good. I really liked the characters and I liked how their stories were told. It was well written and I will read the next one when I get the chance!
Lisa Maher
Mar 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book ! I am not someone who reads tons of books and I have been known to start and not finish them in the past !!! This was not the case with FOUR. I read the entire book and did so in only 3 evenings ! I could visualize the story and loved the detail and characters of the book. I could relate to certain characters on a deeper level and I also had strong emotions about some of the more villainous characters. I was taken to a time long ago and loved every minute of it. It sparked an ...more
Beverley Brownrigg-makinson
I thoroughly enjoyed reading and editing this book, I can't wait for more. Sylvie has a very vivid imagination which you will see for yourself when you read FOUR. Anxiously awaiting the next one.
Amanda Hazlip
Aug 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Four was a great book that not only explored the relationships of the four sister witches with the people of their time, it also explores their relationships with each other. Like the synopsis says Four sisters, Four witches, Four executions, four different deaths. I couldn't put it down and cant Wait for the next installment. I find Ms Filiatreault to be a truly captivating author and would recommend her books to any one with a love of reading. Guaranteed to keep you riveted to its pages. ...more
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Sylvie Filiatreault was born in Montreal (Quebec) in 1972. Raised by a single mother, who recognized at an early age, her daughter’s penchant for the arts. She nurtured Sylvie’s talent and interests with weekly trips to the library and providing her with the tools needed to persevere in her passions for the arts and literature by attending seminars and conferences at a very early age. ‘‘I remember ...more

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