The Very Secret Society Of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna (Review by Amanda Woodruff)
1 min read
Book rating: 4 star
I am a huge sucker for anything with a witchy title! When I saw this title and cover, I knew I wanted to read it.
The story is about a witch named Mina who is hesitant to put down roots or stay anywhere too long. She wants to be herself and embrace her witchy roots however she is so guarded about sharing that part of herself with anyone, which keeps her from getting close to anyone outside of her “witchy group”.
Mika embraces her gift as much as she can but still yearned to let it show. She begins making videos and uploading them on the internet. They are meant to be “spoofs” of her conducting spells, and enchantments along with her teas and simple potions. However, someone watches her videos and has a job for her if she accepts it of course.
Mika is contacted by someone who has a job for her. The job includes training three children who are also witches.
Does Mika accept and embrace her gift by sharing it and teaching others? I loved following this sweet story about relationships, what makes each person different and what makes us the same of course.
This book is a perfect read for October and spooky season!
Definitely pick it up if you love witchy themed books with a feel-good theme!
Happy Reading everyone