Witch Fall

Witch Fall

by Amber Argyle

NOOK Book(eBook)

View All Available Formats & Editions

Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps.
WANT A NOOK?  Explore Now
LEND ME® See Details

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149096534
Publisher: Starling Publishing
Publication date: 01/05/2014
Series: Witch Song , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 543,153
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Amber Argyle is the bestselling author of the Witch Song Series and the Fairy Queen Series. Her books have been nominated for and won awards in addition to being translated into French and Indonesian.

Amber graduated cum laude from Utah State University with a degree in English and physical education, a husband, and a two-year old. Since then, she and her husband have added two more children, which they are actively trying to transform from crazy small people into less crazy larger people.

To receive her starter library of four free books, simply tell her where to send it: www.amberargyle.com

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Witch Fall 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
StephWard More than 1 year ago
'Witch Fall' is the third book in the Witch Song series, but it's a prequel to the others and can be read as a stand-alone. The book introduces the reader to leading lady Lilette - a witch who is an outcast within her own kind. The Witches have become incredibly powerful and relish in controlling things like the weather, the seasons, and the sea itself. Their pride has grown enough to blind them to mankind - and the fact that they want the magic songs of the Witches for themselves, to use as weapons against one another. Lilette seems to be the only witch who sees the truth of what the Witches have become, along with the impending war with the humans. Will she be able to convince the witches to help her fight the humans before it's too late? Within pages of starting this book, I found myself drawn into Lilette's world and her struggles. I ended up reading the entire book in just about one sitting because I couldn't tear myself away from what was happening. I loved Lilette as the main character - she's strong, smart, down to earth, and compassionate. She has her weaknesses and flaws as well, which only made her more realistic and easy for me to identify with. The plot was fantastic and I thoroughly enjoyed learning as much as I could about the Witches, their world and history, along with the world around them. The author did a wonderful job describing everything with great detail and vivid imagery - so that I felt like I was inside the book beside Lilette the entire time. There's a lot that goes on in the book, which introduces a new reader to the characters, world, and overall plot to the series - or it gives readers who have read the first two books a deeper look into these places, people, and histories. I never felt confused or overwhelmed with the information, which I believe to be a great asset for readers new to the series. The writing was fast paced but not rushed - it flowed naturally through each scene. Overall, this was a fantastic prequel (or third book) in the series and I highly recommend it for readers who are familiar with the books or those who wish to start them. Fans of fantasy and paranormal fiction will definitely want to pick this one up! Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WonderWmn More than 1 year ago
I was at a slight disadvantage than some when it came to reading this book. Honestly, I have not read the other books in this series. Don't let this sway you, possibly a reader of the series or maybe a newbie to it like me, because the author did a wonderful job setting up the book so that anyone could read it and not feel like they were missing out on anything. What is nice is that this is a prequel to the series, so I can hop into it and just read the rest of the books. The blurb, if anything immediate, I would ask the author to expand on this. There are scenes, destinations, subjects, etc in this book that normally I find a turn off in reading and a blurb that works for a new reader would have probably given some of that information in it. This is no way is a negative look at the book, writing nor author, it just would be a bit helpful. I enjoyed the quote before each chapter. They give the reader an insight of the characters, a foreshadowing of things to come, a sense of what had passed and are well thought out and placed. The quotes from Jolin are not weak, but are strong, full of emotion and carry the story on another level. Lillette...she had me fascinated with her from the beginning. Head strong, conniving, used common sense, knew when to push, when to pull and when to just give in. I could visualize her as an actual person and could follow along with her. The way the author set up the scenes and visual description of not only the characters but of the surroundings just pulled me right into the story and stunned me with just how raw and real it all felt. The story also gave you a true sense of the downfall of the witches power. I recommend this to anyone who likes a good fantasy read without all the really out there fantasy stuff thrown in. I will be going back to this series and reading it through from the start. Amber Argyle has truly created a story that will keep you enthralled and ready for more.
Sailon More than 1 year ago
<i>Witch Fall</i> is the prequel to Witch Song, showing the witches path toward their downfall.  Tortured characters, heart breaking choices and facing insurmountable odds we are pulled into this magical story.    Lilette struggles to find a way to heal the breach between humans and witches, we get a front row seat to her plight.  Argyle gives us an original story and the back ground for her past works in the Witch Song series.