Widdershins (Widdershins 1)

Widdershins (Widdershins 1)

Paperback Published on: 01/07/2017
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Widdershins (Widdershins 1)
Fictional account of The Newcastle Witch Trials.
Before reading Widdershins, I wasn't aware that in 1650 14 women and one man were put to death accused of witchcraft. The Newcastle Witch Trials seem to ha... READ MORE
Jo Morpeth


  • Publisher: Impress Books
  • ISBN: 9781911293040
  • Number of pages: 250
  • Weight: 13743g
  • Dimensions: 210 x 135 x 20 mm

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Widdershins (Widdershins 1)
Fabulous and authentic historical fiction
Widdershins is such a compelling story of two lives and their eventual convergence. Those two people are John Sharpe and Jane Chandler and this is the mid-... READ MORE
Widdershins (Widdershins 1)
A really great read - I Highly Recommend it.
How easily entire villages can turn against those whom they so recently called one of their own, just because of a pointed finger and an accusation born fr... READ MORE
Helena Blackthorn
Widdershins (Widdershins 1)
Fabulous from start to finish!!
When you say the word ‘witchcraft’ to most people, they will think of fantasy, of fiction, magic wands, cauldrons and spells. In 1600s Newcastle, though, w... READ MORE
Hannah James
Widdershins (Widdershins 1)
Great historical fiction
I really enjoyed this historical fiction, it was clear from the first chapter that the author had done her research on the 17th century and what the landsc... READ MORE
Widdershins (Widdershins 1)
Fabulous storytelling!
My review of the audio copy of Widdershins (Widdershins, Book 1) by Helen Steadman. his book is the kind that, if you have a physical copy, you don’t want... READ MORE
Jamie caig
Widdershins (Widdershins 1)
I am a massive audiobook fan because of the ability it gives me to multitask. I can make food and not have to stop reading. I can get up and go to the bath... READ MORE
Maddie Smith
Widdershins (Widdershins 1)
I could not put this book down. I Highly Recommend it.
John Sharpe’s life didn’t start well. His mother died in childbirth, and his father blamed him, an infant, for causing his mother’s heart to give out. Afte... READ MORE
Hope Stevenson
Widdershins (Widdershins 1)
Brilliant, did not disappoint
Historical fiction stories are quite new to me, I not ever used to read or listen to WW2 historical fiction but I have an interest in witchcraft so thought... READ MORE
Chantel Hughes-Johnson