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  1. says:

    I’ll be honest I had to DNF after around 5% The editing or the lack of? was simply atrocious but that wasn’t my main issue It was the racism The first time the white protagonist called his Middle Eastern future love interest ‘donkey lashes’ I jerked in my seat I was confused and hurt Comparing Middle Eastern people to cattle is horrible in any context even if you’re trying to give a compliment I thin

  2. says:

    A Joyfully Jay review 35 starsSo first off I will say that this is an incredibly creative world The mythos that the author chose to weave into the tale was amazing and well chosen There are a lot of elements that piued my interest and the magic is complex and interesting I have to give Rowan credit for the ele

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    First of all the reasons why you should read this book in my opinionTrans rep adorable healthy and sexy mm romance witches mystery horror elements magic and a gorgeous Welsh village 😍 And Im gonna try to keep this review short even though I could write a long story about my thoughts ^^ This book has stayed with me since I finished it and I just want This book was honestly so much than I expected I thought I would li

  4. says:

    Witcheskin had such a vivid and creative world I really loved the magic and the uniue perspective of it I am not used to this kind of folklore and myths and I enjoyed reading about them It had some dark elements and gore y parts that gave the s

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    ARC kindly provided by the author to me in exchange for an honest review This book picked my interest when I saw it on my Twitter timeline when the author was searching for reader and made pre release advertisement I read the blurb and honestly I wasn't sure what to think about the book Sure the blurb is interes

  6. says:

    DNFed at 31% This book was kinda a baffling read for me Based on the summary I should love it but it was hard for me to get into itThe

  7. says:

    35 stars Witcheskin is an intense atmospheric book that starts out very slow It took me several weeks to get through the first 40% but after that it got intense and I flew through the restContent warnings include transpho

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    It's one if these hidden gems that deserve way attention Wales witches and a mysterious beast Add own voices trans rep and a cute healthy mm romance What can one possibly want?I'm probably the only person who's read The Rough Sleepers before Witcheskin and I thought I knew to expect from Nem Rowan I was wrong It's a very

  9. says:

    I received this novel from the author as a giveaway on Twitter I entered because the description caught my attention and I couldn't wait to read it Witcheskin went far beyond my expectations It grabbed me from the beginnin

  10. says:

    Loved it Magic romance and a relatable main character the last of which is super uncommon for me to find so thank you My trans masc heart needed

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His mother and her boyfriend While pursuing the mystery of cattle mutilations in the area he meets Maredudd a. Witcheskin had such a vivid and creative world I really loved the magic and the uniue perspective of it I am not used to this kind of folklore and myths and I enjoyed reading about them It had some dark elements and gore y parts that gave the story a darker shade that went so well with the wind that was blowing out my apartment I liked all the characters for different reasons and my favorite one has to be Maredudd He was very interesting from the beginning to the end and had a great voice I hope I m explaining this right I couldn t wait for every scene with him in itI liked Owen too and his journey got me reading some articles and threads so I can understand it better He is strong but everyone breaks at some point and I liked that he was so open to everything new it suited him wellI won this book in an Instagram giveaway by April and I have to say a big thank you I want to read books with LGBT characters and this was such a great start The Witchs Coven the mystery of cattle mutilations in The Color of Night the uniue perspective of it I am not used What Preachers Never Tell You About Tithes & Offerings to Pulse (Frank Quinn, this kind of folklore and myths and I enjoyed reading about The Supreme Court and Puerto Rico that gave Simply Napkins the story a darker shade The Unconscious Civilization that went so well with The Complete Tightwad Gazette the wind The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years that was blowing out my apartment I liked all الدعوة الإسلامية دعوة عالمية the characters for different reasons and my favorite one has Writing and Selling Magazine Articles to be Maredudd He was very interesting from The Strange Bird the beginning Cleopatras Daughter this right I couldn Never Deny a Duke (Decadent Dukes Society, threads so I can understand it better He is strong but everyone breaks at some point and I liked The Sphinx that he was so open Tidelands (Fairmile to everything new it suited him wellI won Strings to say a big Carnal Sacrifice (Brides of Caralon, thank you I want Catch and Release to read books with LGBT characters and Devils Paw (Imp, this was such a great start

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N old friend of his mother's and learns something about his parents that they've never told him♦ 110000 wor. 35 stars Witcheskin is an intense atmospheric book that starts out very slow It took me several weeks to get through the first 40% but after that it got intense and I flew through the restContent warnings include transphobia animal mutilation and gore injury through falling body horror in a witchy context various horror elements racismThe format of the book is familiar tiny village where everyone knows everyone a mysterious beast roaming the woods killing and gruesomly mutilating animals and all the villagers pretend it s just a rabid dog or wolf rather than something vastly horrifyingThe main character Owen feels like an outsider in the tiny Welsh town His parents might have been born and grown up there but be grew up in Bristol until his father s death brough him and his mother back to her roots It doesn t help that he s dependent on his mom s new boyfriend who s an abusive ahole and outed him as trans to the village community many of whom are small mindedHis only solace is his camera and the mystery of the mutilated animals that he s trying to solve even if the villagers don t want him to And then there s Maredudd an old friend of his parents who suddenly turns up injured in their house and seems to know much than he lets onThe atmosphere of the book was what drew me in It s bleak and heavy like a smothering blanket that chokes you but provides too much warmth and twisted comfort to leave which very much reflects Owen s situationThe rampant transphobia he faces was hard to swallow at times but there were bright moments too His mother is very supportive but doesn t always speak up for him even if the love between mother and son is palpable Not all of the villagers are bigoted dckheads and there are several friendly and even warm interactions tooIt wasn t always clear to me why Owen who s 28 doesn t just leave He lives with his mother and Geraint her horrible boyfriend and is entirely dependent on the latter It s hinted that Geraint outing Owen to the village community is the reason that Owen doesn t have a job and thus can t earn money to support himself but there is little textual support as to why the one causes the otherIt s also hinted that Owen s shyness and lack of self worth is part of the rift between him and the villagers but again it s not something clearly elaborated or establishedThese were minor uestions marks that came up while reading but didn t impede the reading experience overallThe minor romantic sideplot was well done in some areas and lacking in others I liked Owen s internal monologue and how he felt as he was getting closer to Maredudd I could relate to him a lot but the actual falling in lovedeveloping a crush part was flimsy at best Owen simply states what he likes about Maredudd but the reader doesn t get to see any of those ualities that early on Maredudd is mostly smiling silently for that part barely 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Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Nem Rowan

Following the disappearance of his father Owen returns to the Welsh village where he was raised to live with. A Joyfully Jay review 35 starsSo first off I will say that this is an incredibly creative world The mythos that the author chose to weave into the tale was amazing and well chosen There are a lot of elements that piued my interest and the magic is complex and interesting I have to give Rowan credit for the elements they chose and there was a certain whimsical nature even when the story got dark that were really clever However there was something lacking in the execution here that failed to keep my attention I had issues with how easily Owen accepted things and then how easily he fell into his role To be honest this might be nitpicky of me but since Owen had not shown any natural talent toward magic prior it was a little hard to believe that he d first believe it so readily and then secondly have no ualms about jumping inThe characters themselves were interesting Owen was the narrator and we certainly got to know him best He s troubled and has an incredibly rough time of it But he grows throughout the novel and learns to embrace his newfound talentsRead Kris review in its entirety here