Synopses & Reviews
The stunning conclusion to the Cahill Witch Chronicles trilogy, for fans of Deborah Harkness's A Discovery of Witches series
A fever ravages New London, but with the Brotherhood sending suspected witches straight to the gallows, the Sisters are powerless against the disease. They cant help without revealing their powersas Cate learns when a potent display of magic turns her into the most wanted witch in all of New England.
To make matters worse, Cate has been erased from the memory of her beloved Finn. While shes torn between protecting him from further attacks and encouraging him to fall for her all over again, shes certain she can never forgive Mauras betrayal. And now that Tesss visions have taken a deadly turn, the prophecy that one Cahill sister will murder another looms ever closer to its fulfillment.
Praise for The Cahill Witch Chronicles
"A tale so captivating you don't want it to end." (Andrea Cremer, New York Times bestselling author of the Nightshade series)
"An intriguing story of witchcraft, family responsibility, and unrequited love." (Booklist)
*"Spotswood's debut is enchanting and addicting."
(VOYA, starred review)
"...the fate of the Cahill sisters inspires genuine dread by the time the cliffhanger ending arrives." (Publishers Weekly)
"Born Wicked is like a sizzling, more fun version of The Witch of Blackbird Pond."
"There are enough stolen kisses to hold those with romance on their minds, and enough chase and escape to hold others."
Briony has a secret. It is a secret that killed her stepmother, ruined her sister's mind, and will end her life, if anyone were to know. She has powers. Then Eldric comes along with his golden lion eyes and a great mane of tawny hair. He is as natural as the sun, and he treats her as if she is extraordinary. And everything starts to change . . . Chime is a haunting, brilliantly written novel that will stay with you--its magic, its romance, its world like none other.
About the Author
Franny Billingsley is the award-winning author of four books, including The Folk Keeper--winner of the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for fiction--and Chime, which received six starred reviews and was a National Book Award finalist. A graduate of Tufts University and the Boston University School of Law, Franny left the practice of law to write full-time and hasn't yet looked back.