The best Witchlands book to date!
I think we can get it out-of-the-way right now that I totally LOVED Bloodwitch, it certainly lived up to my hype and it was totally worth the long wait to finally read the story of Aeduan! I feel like this is the best Witchlands book to date and I didn't even think this was possible, but it just gets betetr and better and better... I think we can get it out-of-the-way right now that I totally LOVED Bloodwitch, it certainly lived up to my hype and it was totally worth the long wait to finally read the story of Aeduan! I feel like this is the best Witchlands book to date and I didn't even think this was possible, but it just gets betetr and better and better with each book!! The world building was expanded by a lot 🌷 We are seeing so many more places this time around and I liked exploring them all. Not only do we get to see Safi in Azmir (the capital of Marstok), we also see Tirla, some of Arithuania and a certain monastery for the first time ever, which was very exciting! I won't talk too much about them as they are tied tightly with some plot points, but I liked the change of scenery and getting to know more about the monks, the wells and especially of the Empire of Marstok. As for new witcheries we get to know the Poisonwitches (the guards of Empress Vaness) better and we also see that there are Glasswitches, another subset of Earthwitchery! Most of all, we change a bit of perspective on what magic can be, which is surely going to play an even bigger role in the future, as I feel like magic in the Witchlands can be a lot more than what it is right now! Plotwise things are even more intense and intricately woven together! ✨ The last books already had many POV perfectly playing together, but Bloodwitch took that up a notch because we had a lot of perspectives and events going on, yet they still played together in harmony. We get another small POV of Stix and have the other 5 POV's going on as well, so I have a lot of respect for the author, as she perfectly juggled all of them without things getting confusing or overwhelming. I felt like all the perspectives were used to their full extent and worked together so well, they complimented each other and worked in total harmony. Generally, I feel like the plot itself stepped up its game even more than before, because there is a LOT going on in Bloodwitch and it made for such a great read, because I was so interested to see what would happen next. I legit used up all my tabs to mark quotes and material for further theories, because it was SO good! I definitely have to do a reread to catch all the references and hints that I surely didn't notice! All characters undergo such a beautiful further development 💕 Before I get further into what I liked about each characters Arc and journey, I will say that I loved how much the characters continued to grow in Bloodwitch! Not only the plot was getting even better, but the characters also proved that they had come a long way since the beginning. You definitely saw it in every one of the POV characters, that they had made so much progress in their journey and still had some of it ahead. Even with the characters that did have their full Arc (Safi & Merik), did we see further development, as change is never truly finished. I loved that we see all characters constantly evolving and becoming more of the person they could be!
Dennard, S: Bloodwitch
A Witchlands Novel
Fans of Susan Dennards Witchlands series have fallen in love with the Bloodwitch Aeduan. And now, finally, comes his story. Aeduan has teamed up with the threadwitch Iseult and the magical girl Owl to stop the coming destruction. But to do so, he must confront his own father.