Brittle A diabetic since freshman year the control Sara Jacobs needs to survive is obliterated when she unleashes Voodoo barons of the afterlife from the dark witch trial history of her hometown Andover Mas

  • Title: Brittle
  • Author: Jordan Calher
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 441
  • Format: ebook
  • A diabetic since freshman year, the control Sara Jacobs needs to survive is obliterated when she unleashes Voodoo barons of the afterlife from the dark witch trial history of her hometown Andover, Massachusetts Past and present blend and ignite as her life crumbles beyond recognition, shattered by the same forbidden forces she is drawn to embrace magic, the supernaturA diabetic since freshman year, the control Sara Jacobs needs to survive is obliterated when she unleashes Voodoo barons of the afterlife from the dark witch trial history of her hometown Andover, Massachusetts Past and present blend and ignite as her life crumbles beyond recognition, shattered by the same forbidden forces she is drawn to embrace magic, the supernatural, and the demon raging uncontrolled in her veins Rewired by magic, she revisits and dominates her petty high school world paybacks to authority, and a little help with that crush from freshman year But ultimately, will control ever fill the hollows left behind by the lies of her former life From a gossip crazed high school to a moonless limbo of tombstone covered hills, BRITTLE is what happens when Sara stops being the victim.

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      Published :2019-01-09T20:32:22+00:00

    One thought on “Brittle”

    1. I hate it so much when you read a book by an author you haven't known before, and it turns out to be a bunch of crap! That's exactly the opposite of what I felt when I read this book. When I received this book, I honestly didn't know what to expect, since it's the first time I read Jordan Calher's work and all. But I wasn't disappointed, not even a little bit! Actually, I fell in love with everything, the cover, the plot, and the characters. I can't possibly believe that it is Jordan Calher's fi [...]

    2. I largely enjoyed this young adult fantasy. The main character is sympathetic and I liked the sense of history evoked (Salem with trials). The plot did tend to meander a bit, and I did think that it got more complicated than necessary in places.Still, and enjoyable read and a very interesting concept.

    3. This story surprised me. I really liked it and I am not a big a fan of witch stories. I have never read a story with voodoo but I really enjoyed it.This story blends past and present together in one book to tell a story of how everything came to be and also to let you see how it can change based off of your decisions. Sara has diabetes bad. She also discovered a spell book. Who knew they would tie in together? With the help of friends and unexpected acquaintances she sets out to try to fix the p [...]

    4. I adored this book! The main character, Sara, was so loveable and believable. She's a teenage girl suffering from Type 1 Diabetes who, while searching the attic, uncovers part of her past and all of her future. She accidentally finds a "cookbook" and a medallion. As it turns out, the "cookbook" is actually a book of spells. Sara feels drawn to the book and quickly becomes wrapped up in the magic of it. Upon finding a hidden page in the book, stating that it belongs to Betty Parris, Sara and her [...]

    5. I really liked Brittle. I absolutely loved the history behind the story and I love that it was definitely well researched and included in the story line. I think all the characters were very well done and executed flawlessly, and I think the main character, Sara, was very relatable and likable. I honestly don't know what it was, so I can't put my finger on it, but I just feel like something was missing in the end. It's terrible that I can't name what that missing piece is, but either way I reall [...]

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