Book Review #3 Wicked Girls

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A couple of weeks ago I read Wicked Girls by Stephanie Hemphill.  You would think since it’s taken me so long to blog about it that I didn’t actually care for the book, not true!  I really enjoyed this book and zipped through it.  The author utilizes poetry to tell the story, which I found very interesting.

The plot focuses on the Salem Witch Trials, changing a few names and putting a modern girl-group dynamics spin on this popular tale.  I’m not sure what else to say about this book, without giving things away.  If you aren’t familiar with the Trials this is a great way to dive in.  The author takes certain liberties with the characters but many of the events are rooted in historical accuracy.

Get to the library and read away!

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