Hannah Kendrick has spent the last twelve years fighting for her sanity. And the doctor who has stood by her side has run out of options.
A small computer tracking spell will find Hannah—but can Witch Central save her?
This is the seventh and final book in the bestselling A Modern Witch series, but have no fear – your favorite characters will be back in September with the launch of the Witch Central series. Lots of witchy love, laughter, and tears yet to come 🙂
This is the last book in the Modern Witch series but that really doesn’t mean much since she is continuing the series under the name of Witch Central. There is supposed to be a plot twist for the upcoming series and I am wondering if she is going forward in time? All the children we love all grown up? I would love that! Doesn’t matter what it is because I am sure I will love it whatever it is!
In this installment, a witch named Hannah has been in a mental institution for the past twelve years due to her magic being out of control. The fact that she doesn’t even know that she is a witch doesn’t help matters! Her magic? Precognition, out of control and scaring her to death. The internet witch tracking spell is following her and when Witch Central realizes that the witch being tracked is in an institution, they know they must save her. If you thought A Different Witch was challenging for the witches, you haven’t seen anything yet.
I love these books and look forward to each one.Thankfully the author doesn’t make us wait that long between books. Even though this one deals with such a horrible magic, it still manages to be heartwarming and real. I love the characters and feel like I know each of them. I would love to live in the little fishing village in Nova Scotia because it just sounds so wonderful and yes, magical.. Jumping the story back and forth between California and Nova Scotia really works in keeping the story lines interesting. And the fact the characters can port themselves between each place at anytime is fun too for the reader. There are two story lines in this story this time. The days leading up to the wedding of Cass and Marcus’s wedding and some their wedding day are shown also, but for the most part this is Hannah’s story.
There is a reading order for this series. And because this is the last one of this series, I think it would be a good idea to read the others first. Not completely necessary because I think it can still be enjoyed but it would be more enjoyable if you know all of the back story. Great book as usual with this series and I rate it 4.5 stars.