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Since then, the Brotherhood has led a reign of purity, chastity, where women are subdued and submissive. I seriously loved this book, and had a hard time putting it do This book is one you can’t miss. Cate made a promise to her mother, while her mother was dying, that she would look after her sisters and make sure nothing happened to them. For some fucking reason, I thought this was an adult novel.
Both normal boys, kind of boring. I just wanted to bundle this girl up in a hug and tell her everything was going to be okay. In the end or is it really the beginning? They use the witches’ power to justify suppressing young women and making them subservient. See all 4 questions about Born Wicked….
Tess, the youngest of the sisters is a sister everybody wishes for! I believe the sequel may be better, since I thought the ending was spotwwood and gives a lot of possibilities. I was easily drawn into the story and felt like I was right there with Cate, experiencing her thoughts and feelings right along with her.
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This really is as good as everyone told me it was going to be! See and discover other items: AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Some parts were interesting, and it was compelling in the sense that it wasn’t bad enough for me to give up on. And if their secret is discovered by the priests of the Brotherhood, it would mean an asylum, a prison ship—or an early grave. It is bodn I am telling you, so many times I was just crazy mad but I think that jessuca what makes this book interesting, the world is too absurd not to get involved!
The job of women is to serve the husband and not have her own opinion.
She smiles, is pleasant, and practically flirts with him spotsswood she’s alone with him and disparages him in private. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.
The magic system is hokey at best and damned stupid at worst–basically a copy of faux Latin “spells” that without any of the whimsy of Harry Potter.
I wwicked wish she was the main character in this book because I liked reading about her way more than I did about Cate.
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Latest to First First to Latest. Wickee wasn’t a fan of the writing style used and the beginning didn’t convince me very muchI found it pretty slow and confused, maybe? The Sisters are the feminine arm of the Brotherhood, only without any power: This book is the definition of emotional roller-coaster!
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Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. I hold back a sigh. So when her father hires a Governess, on the word of their nosy neighbour, to help transform the girls into ladies fit for society, Cate is more than a little apprehensive. I was quite disgusted and I dare say, felt your anger at the crim Dear Cate, Let’s talk, you and me. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger.
I’m full on hating the Brotherhood for hunting witches and supressing women. Jessica Spotswood lives in Washington, D. I would recommend this book to fans of the paranormal genre Explore the Home Gift Guide.
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. View all 52 comments. One of these sisters is supposed to be the most powerful witch to have been born according to a prophecy. This book takes place in in New England an alternative version and women are No one stands out. This was another read I really enjoyed. She’s dowdy, she’s awkward, and she’s more a mother hen than a peacock. Jessica Spotswood is a wonderful writing.