Three sisters, three seasons, three Charmed stories
in one book. Covering Halloween, the winter solstice and the
start of spring, each of the three tales centres on one of
the Halliwell sisters...
is based around Halloween - traditionally a time to reflect,
a time of divination, and a time to honour the ancients. Phoebe's
plans to communicate with her ancestors are cut short when
she's recruited to help reunite a star-crossed, magical couple.
is set during 22 December, or the winter solstice, and the
longest night of the year. And when Paige enters an all-night
party at a local club, she finds herself at the centre of
an evil plot to bring about permanent midnight.
centres on the 01 February, a time when the earliest hopes
for spring are fostered and seeds are planted for dreams of
the coming summer months. But Piper can't look towards the
future - an having children with Leo - when her half-whitelighter.,
half-witch sister's powers are on the fritz. Is a hybrid baby
destined for doom?
J Burns and Emma Harrison do a fantastic job of telling these
three mini tales - although I could have done without the
poor chants in Samhain. There might only be a few of
them, but they are a little annoying. An example of which
witches, hear us three.
Into your world now let us see.
On Samhain the veil is thin.
Pull it back and let us in.
that slight complaint, as a collection of very short stories,
volume one of Seasons of the Witch works its charm.
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