Title: The witches lottery
Author: Krystal Mclaughlin
Pages: 296 on my e-reader
When Sophia and Drew McKibben’s parents are killed in a tragic car accident, they are shipped off to live with an aunt they never even knew existed. Believing that they are moving to a privately owned island just off of the coast of Mystic, CT to live alone with her, they are surprised to find a sort of under-aged bed and breakfast.
Sophia draws the attention of one of the locals, Falen, immediately. He always seems to know exactly what she is thinking, and to her frustration, everything she does seems to amuse him. When a newcomer to the island brings with him a sense of deja vu, she begins to ask herself the ultimate question: Am I going crazy?
Sophia’s world starts to unravel when she notices her own brother acting just as abnormal as the rest of them. When she begins to realize that the life she left behind looks even more bizarre then the one she was forced to leave it for, she’s faced with a decision to make: embrace the new life that has been given to her, or drown in the past. Either choice brings with it more secrets and deceptions to unearth. The problem now is that the two worlds may actually be more intertwined than she thought
The view of a book addict:
I loved this book from page one! The story is easy written and I fell in love with the main character at once. Because of the way the story is told you learn a lot about her, but you only learn what she knows already. Everything else she learns, you learn with her. I really traveled through the book with her, and that makes a book really great in my opinion.
The story moves along in a fast pace but I didn’t feel like I was missing anything of the story, all the important things are told and explained. The book has a very interesting and exciting storyline and it made me want to turn every page and read it until the end. Only to find that it won’t be the end because there are more books to come! The Epilogue left me breathless and made me want to dive into the next book right away, but because it’s not out yet I’ll just have to wait.
The verdict of a book addict:
This book makes you want to curl up on the couch on a rainy day and just ignore everything en everyone around you! I can’t wait to read the next book in this series and I’ll make sure I have nothing else to do the day I start reading this because putting this book down is just to hard!