Witch Week by Diana Wynne Jones

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Rating 9.0/10
Truly magical - guaranteed to leave you gasping.

Witch Week is a book I remember with both much fondness and much pleasure. I found I connected with this book immediately and Wynne Jones writing held me spellbound throughout. The locations and the characters felt real and my imagination was fired by everything I read.

For those who have read and loved the Harry Potter novels it should be mentioned that these books appeared almost two decades earlier and while different they both contain that 'magic element' that makes them so accessible and so much fun.

Like the very best children's book this can be read and enjoyed by all ages. Highly recommended, these books have not aged and could well be timeless.

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