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Night's Child by Cate Tiernan

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AuthorCate Tiernan
TitleNight's Child
SeriesWicca
Volume15
Year2003
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by Sophia Grainger 
(Dec 05, 2005)

Every single book that was written was marvelous, but I decided on this book because it was the longest and its greatness lasted longer. These books are really indescribable! Unbelievable really, one series of books has really changed my life. I was dying to be able to become a witch and get involved in Wicca. Thanks to one person: Cate Tiernan! These books meant the world to me. I only began being involved with Wicca this year 2005 and it is great! This book really makes you understand that there are different religions in this world and you have to accept that. There are so many things going on in this world that no one can really notice. A brilliant book with wonderful descriptions and it is fantastically written.


Submitted by Anna Clarkson 
(Sep 28, 2005)

I have read and collected all of the books in this series, and I personally think that they were all really great but this book takes the biscuit, basically its about Morgans daughter and how she's finding out about her origins and about her and her mothers past. It brings the series even more to life because adds a certain depth because it shows how Morgans life has progressed and what she has become due to her choices. I really hope Cate continues to write these books or at least some that are similar.
Its great, I really recomend it.




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