Wicca: Origins: Origins

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Penguin Books Limited, Jan 30, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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Seventeen-year-old blood-witch Morgan is finding out about her wiccan ancestry. When she discovers a Book of Shadows that once belonged to her ancestor, Rose MacEwan, she makes some shocking discoveries about Rose and her life.

It is 1682 and Rose must conceal the fact that she is a witch or risk death. It is a hard time to be a Wodebayne who is in love with one of the rival Leapvaughn clan. Spurned by her lover, Diarmuid, and facing trial for witchcraft, Rose's desire for revenge unwittingly releases the Dark Wave, which will have repercussions generations into the future.

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User Review  - lxydis - LibraryThing

This is a lame attempt to extend the series, painfully, by another book, into the past, so we get some more olden-times and Gaelic. boring. ----------- The first 2-3 books in this series are addictive ... Read full review

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User Review  - TheLibraryhag - LibraryThing

This book is basically the story of one of Morgan's ancestors, Rose, who just happens to be the person who created the Dark Wave. It is set in the 1600's during the time of the witch hunts. Rose falls ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Cate Tiernan has published books for young adults in the US. These are her first titles for Puffin UK. She has researched Wicca and witchcraft thoroughly for this series, giving the stories an authentic and convincing background. Cate lives in the USA.

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