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From the Witch finder from the evil hag who wants her from those she loves and maybe even from her own true nature An imaginative tale from the point of view of a young girl struggling with the idea that she might be a witch during the witch hunts in Pendle This book cleverly puts across the horror uncertainty and fear of the time without being overly explicit it is all implied meaning that the reader will experience it all on their own level very clever i also never doubted that i was following the thoughts of a twelve year old girl the narrative was consistent with no slips That indicates skill on the part of the writer

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Burning Issy

Issy doesn’t know where she came from or who she is Night after night she has the same nightmare she burns in a f the preface seems to promise to deliver a piece of history the social theme that it raises seems not merely suppositious and yet it turns out to be a heap of fantasies on witchcraft Beautiful imagination but somewhat pointless Guess it s partly because i have never been a fan of Sabrina or Practical Magic

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Ire and at the heart of the flames is a face she dare not look at Fear and superstition are everywhere She must run Short and nice perfect for Halloween weekend


10 thoughts on “Burning Issy

  1. says:

    As a huge fan of Melvin Burgess I was very happy to get another book to read It was an incredible story of a witch In some parts it made me cry and made me scared This book was full of fire A lot of about this fire I'm myself also terrified of fire so reading this book made me scared and really touched my soul It touched me personally I believe it's one of my favorite books now Touching story You must be heartless if such story doesn't giv

  2. says:

    Dannielle Nebinski Burning IssyGenre Historical FictionTwelve year old Issy is an orphan who lives with her foster father Nat Issy takes care of his house while he works as a herbalist and healer When the King fears his life is being plotted against he unleashes witch hunts over all his country Now Issy must try to discover where it is that she came from as she is plagued night after night by the same nightmare in which she is b

  3. says:

    the preface seems to promise to deliver a piece of history the social theme that it raises seems not merely suppositious and yet it turns out to be a heap of fantasies on witchcraft Beautiful imagination but somewhat pointless Guess it's partly because i have never been a fan of Sabrina or Practical Magic

  4. says:

    I would have liked this a bit better if the supernatural had not been thrown in if it had been a straight historical novel

  5. says:

    Has a lot of good to offer but gets too caught up in itself to finish the story well

  6. says:

    Short and nice perfect for Halloween weekend

  7. says:

    I enjoyed this book than I thought I would as it's not my usual type of book this has of a historical fiction to it which isn't my type but I do love witchy books and I also loved this writing For me Melvin Burgess is a new author so I'm uite excited to read his newest book also about witches the lost witch I know he isn't a new author but as I don't typically read paranormal type books it was a pleasant surprise Also me

  8. says:

    The version of witchcraft in this book was deeply intriguing I really enjoyed this book there was something very different about it It was unconventional in all ways and I really liked the open to interpretation ending

  9. says:

    An imaginative tale from the point of view of a young girl struggling with the idea that she might be a witch during the witch hunts

  10. says:

    Burning Issy was a very good book it kept me wanting to know what this girl was going to have to go through in order to discover her