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Witch's Trinity

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2013

    captures the horror

    The time period was one of suspicion and treachery as friends, enemies, and even family members used accusations of witchcraft as a means to avenge real or imagined and small or large slights. The Witch's Trinity captures the horror and helplessness of females accused of being a witch or using witchcraft. There is the constant fear of being accused and then the utter terror of being thrown in "jail" and subjected to the ridiculous "trials" held by clergy.

    The main character suffers through all of this while first watching a friend be accused and judged and then through the daughter-in-laws accusations against her. The details bring the historical story to life but the plot is simplistic and predictable.

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  • Posted April 15, 2010

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    The Trinity

    A quick read on a subject matter that has been written about over and over. This story had some new twists, not everyone gets burned at the stake, but over all nothing substantial to it. The characters are mildly developed and great leaps are taken through out the book linking some of the story lines together. Not the best on the subject, but definitely not the worst. Only recommend for a quick, light, mindless read.

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