Sea Witch

Sea Witch

Everyone knows what happens in the end.A mermaid, a prince, a true love’s kiss.But before that young siren’s tale, there were three friends.One feared, one royal, and one already dead.~~~~~~~~~~Ever since her best friend, Anna, drowned, Evie has been an outcast in her small fishing town. A freak. A curse. A witch. A girl with an uncanny resemblance to Anna appears offshore...

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Title:Sea Witch
Author:Sarah Henning
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Sea Witch Reviews

  • Anissa (FairyLoot)

    What a great read! I really enjoyed this.

  • Korrina  (OwlCrate)

    I wasn’t sure about this when I first started reading it, but I’m so glad I carried on! Around the 40pg mark, I became hooked on the plot. It ended up being hard to put down. Very unique take on the classic story of The Little Mermaid. I think people are going to enjoy this one!

  • Alexandra

    I didn't know what to think when I first requested "Sea Witch". Would I see Ursula in her younger years being a psychopath? Or maybe the human counterpart of her? But NOPE! I got a story of friendship, secret love, and anguish from all the characters involved here! Ana, Evie, and Nik had many layers of emotions and also many secrets to hide! Told from many POVs moving back and forth in

    I didn't know what to think when I first requested "Sea Witch". Would I see Ursula in her younger years being a psychopath? Or maybe the human counterpart of her? But NOPE! I got a story of friendship, secret love, and anguish from all the characters involved here! Ana, Evie, and Nik had many layers of emotions and also many secrets to hide! Told from many POVs moving back and forth in time, this book was a sad, lonely tale which in a way humanizes the Sea Witch of the classic fairy tale without actually giving us the creepy vibes of Ursula. Totally recommended reading on the summer! I mean those tentacles are creepily gorgeous...right?

  • Bee {Quite the Novel Idea}

    I know, I know! First book I write a proper review for in months and it's one that's still months away. How dare I, honestly? But you see, I was always a big fan of the fairy tale (and it's Disney movie version)

    . In fact, the Disney movie was my favorite one for years when I was a child. So I HAD to read this book the moment I got a copy. I was so eager to read a twist on the famous tale that would reveal the origin of the famous villain in the

    I know, I know! First book I write a proper review for in months and it's one that's still months away. How dare I, honestly? But you see, I was always a big fan of the fairy tale (and it's Disney movie version)

    . In fact, the Disney movie was my favorite one for years when I was a child. So I HAD to read this book the moment I got a copy. I was so eager to read a twist on the famous tale that would reveal the origin of the famous villain in the story. Villain origin stories are always welcome, let's face it. But did it live up to my expectations? Well... kind of?

    • The writing was easy to read and had me hooked from the start, not gonna lie. It was hard to put down and if time had allowed it, I would've read it in one sitting. So points for that.

    • The setting was so vivid I could almost smell the sea and the fish. It's set in Denmark, which I love because I haven't read a book so far that is set in this country. AND the original story is from Denmark so yay for diversity and authenticity!

    • Nik is a precious cinnamon roll boy and we must protect him. That is all.

    • The ending, by which I mean the epilogue, was pretty fabulous and also smart. Though I can't reveal much more because spoilers.

    • I would have liked more worldbuilding. While the setting was awesome and vivid, the world around it stayed a bit too vague for my liking. I wanted more about the magic, the myths, the legends,... All of it! It plays such a big role in the book and I felt like I didn't know enough about it to fully understand what happened sometimes.

    • Because of that, the ending that came before the prologue, was a tiny bit confusing. I had to read it several times to be sure what was happening.

    • The twist was kind of predictable. The whole story was, in a way, because I knew how it would end. I saw most of the story coming from a mile away so I wasn't surprised. More like "oh yeah, I knew that would happen".

    • I wasn't really invested in Evie as a character. I didn't feel for her and that's not because I know she'd turn out as a "villain". Because you can still feel and care for a villain. But I just didn't care about Evie.

    • The story dragged a bit around the middle. The whole festival didn't really keep me invested as much and I kind of wanted the story to get on with it.

    • The romance was a bit... confusing? Like it didn't know where it wanted to go. The whole book it went one way and I was liking it but then at the end it took a 180 turn and I was like "whut? where did that come from?", so yeah. It didn't really do anything for me.

    Overal I enjoyed this book, but not as much as I'd hoped I would. But then, this is just me and you could feel entirely different about it, so if this book sounds like it's for you and you're interested, please do give it a try!

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  • Giselle (Book Nerd Canada)

    So this is from Ursula's POV, but who cares?! Villains are so much more interesting than heroes anyway.. Kidding :P

  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔

    OMFG, that synopsis!!! I haven't even read the book yet and I can already feel the heartbreak to come. And though I am never a fan of cover/character models, I don't terribly mind this one. I think it fits well. But anyways back to the synopsis, I'm crying already.

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    October 2017 --> May 2018 --> July 2018

    Ugh...

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    Wait, this went from October 2017 to May 2018? OMG why!!!?

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    While I am happy the title is no longer Heartless (so as not to be confused with the Marissa Meyer book coming out

    OMFG, that synopsis!!! I haven't even read the book yet and I can already feel the heartbreak to come. And though I am never a fan of cover/character models, I don't terribly mind this one. I think it fits well. But anyways back to the synopsis, I'm crying already.

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    October 2017 --> May 2018 --> July 2018

    Ugh...

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    Wait, this went from October 2017 to May 2018? OMG why!!!?

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    While I am happy the title is no longer Heartless (so as not to be confused with the Marissa Meyer book coming out this year), I feel the title Sea Witch is just a bit...lackluster? On the nose? Idk but I hope the official title gets changed again prior to publication

  • Alyssa

    A retelling about Ursula the sea witch?! YASSS QUEEN!!!

  • The Girl Murdered by Her TBR

    This book's cover is STUNNING...

  • Alana • thebookishchick

    Hello friends.

    I need this

    That is all.

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