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A Red Witch, Every Which Way by Juliet Cook
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Oct 10, 2016

it was amazing

Turn on the oven – you can’t wait to dive in!

Make no mistake, j/j and Juliet do not shy away from excess—from mysterious risks—from gore or the gruesome bits—in fact, they wallow in it. At times, the book is a dizzy mess of flesh—and other times, an acid-blotted nightmare:

“Your afterlife will be mixed into
the eye holes of dead horses
and you will be praying
for one of them to please
come back to life.”

But the witch is resilient!

“Even if I break again and again
I will re-grow, re-birth
create
new shapes
new directions.
Redefine this fodder.
Fold me out of the line,
not into it.”

You can try to escape – and just when you think you’ve found the edge – there IS a witch, every which way.
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Reading Progress

September 20, 2016 – Started Reading
September 20, 2016 – Shelved
October 5, 2016 – Finished Reading

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