Always a Witch (2020)

Always a Witch Carolyn MacCullough Always a Witch Since the gripping conclusion of Once a Witch Tamsin Greene has been haunted by her grandmother s prophecy that she will soon be forced to make a crucial decision one so terrible that it could harm h
  • Title: Always a Witch
  • Author: Carolyn MacCullough
  • ISBN: 9780547721972
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
Always a Witch Carolyn MacCullough Since the gripping conclusion of Once a Witch, Tamsin Greene has been haunted by her grandmother s prophecy that she will soon be forced to make a crucial decision one so terrible that it could harm her family forever When she discovers that her enemy, Alistair Knight, went back in time to Victorian era New York in order to destroy her family, Tamsin is forced to follow hSince the gripping conclusion of Once a Witch, Tamsin Greene has been haunted by her grandmother s prophecy that she will soon be forced to make a crucial decision one so terrible that it could harm her family forever When she discovers that her enemy, Alistair Knight, went back in time to Victorian era New York in order to destroy her family, Tamsin is forced to follow him into the past Stranded all alone in the nineteenth century, Tamsin soon finds herself disguised as a lady s maid in the terrifying mansion of the evil Knight family, avoiding the watchful eye of the vicious matron, La Spider, and fending off the advances of Liam Knight As time runs out, both families square off in a thrilling display of magic And to her horror, Tamsin finally understands the nature of her fateful choice.
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  1. ☆ ĄňŊǡƂėƮĦ ☆ ŞŧŎŋė

    I was a little hesitant going into this book because all I remember saying to myself the first time I read it, was that it wasn t as good After reading, I ve decided that it was pretty good I still think that Ms MacCullough could ve just written a longer and single book instead of two.Since the ending of the last book, Tam and Gabriel realize that they have to time travel and find the Knights, the family that is trying to ruin their own Tamsin is still thinking about the prophecy that her grandm [...]

  2. oliviasbooks

    I confidently predict that readers who loved Once a Witch will also love the second half of the story about the seemingly talentfree, teenaged witch Tamsin Greene, her wacky, magic family, her hot and talented boyfriend Gabriel and their joint fight against the super evil and humans hating Knight clan, because it is basically composed using the same elements an imperfect and insecure but likable, courageous and strong teenaged heroine a cute and devoted love interest and side kick a slightly nut [...]

  3. Vinaya

    Wow Just wow I did NOT see that coming After I read Once a Witch, I remember saying that MacCullough s writing was pretty decent Now I m forced to swallow my words It s not just decent, it s pretty damn good In this sequel to Once A Witch, Tamsin must journey back in time to the New York of the 1880s to stop her family s enemies from regaining their power and destroying what the Greenes have spent a hundred odd years building.MacCullough seems to have a talent for historical fiction The story mo [...]

  4. Kate (Nomalicious Reads)

    More reviews can be found at my blog Nomalicious ReadsAlways A Witch was a thrilling, sigh worthy read a fantastic conclusion to Once a Witch Carolyn MacCullough tied all the ends off very nicely, and I m sad that Tamsin s journey is now over But it ended so well that I can t complain Tamsin dealing with the social norms and bad guy,s in the nineteenth century definitely had its amusing moments as well as its heartwarming and shocking ones The bad guys, La Spider and Liam were amazingly, chillin [...]

  5. ~Tina~

    It took the return of an old family enemy, two episodes of time travel, and one very dangerous love spell that nearly killed my sister before I learned three things.First, I can stop anyone from using there Talents to harm me Second, I can absorb a person s Talent if they attempt to use it against me three times Third, I apparently have a choice ahead of me.Since this book isn t released till Aug 2011, I don t want to say to much since I want others to just readisok.Always a Witch is such a quai [...]

  6. Kate McMurry

    Book 2 of the Witch Urban Fantasy Series for TeensNote Please do not read this review if you have not read Book 1 of the Witch series, Once a Witch, because there will inevitably be spoilers for that book.Once again 17 year old Tamsin Greene s life is strongly influenced by one of her grandmother s prophecies, in this case that she will soon have to make a huge decision that could affect her family s very survival After the events of Once a Witch, Tamsin has become fully aware of her enormous Ta [...]

  7. Patty

    Loved this even than the first book in this series question iswill there be a book three I am not quite ready to say good bye to Tamsin and Gabriel.Always A WitchByCarolyn MacCulloughFrom The Book Since the gripping conclusion of Once A Witch, Tamsin Greene has been haunted by her grandmother s prophecy that she will soon be forced to make a crucial decision one so terrible that it could harm everyone she loves When she discovers that her enemy, Alistair Knight, went back in time to Victorian E [...]

  8. Kelly

    Alone among her relatives, Tamsin Greene grew up believing the family s Talents had skipped her over, and learned to get by without magic But in Once a Witch, Tamsin learned that she was far from powerless Rather, she was one of the strongest of the Greene witches Always a Witch concludes her story.Tamsin is still getting used to having magic, and her sister Rowena is annoying her with her bridezilla antics These concerns take a backseat when the family learns that the sinister Alistair Knight h [...]

  9. Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids

    Reviewed by Sophie for MM s Well established weaknesses for me include time travel, magic, stubborn girls and boys who always, but always do the right thing Need I go on to add that yes, Carolyn, hit them all.Let me start by saying that I completely admire Carolyn s ability to plot a two story arc and then gracefully execute it until the very last page when that one thing mentioned in the first book that was oh so important comes back full circle Yes, I m trying hard to keep this spoiler free so [...]

  10. Lauren

    Always a Witch is the sequal to Once a Witch In Once a Witch, Tamsin Greene grew up in a talented family of witches believing herself to be ordinary Her own family were rather awful to at her times considering their deception We find out part of the reason why they treated her this way in Always a Witch view spoiler Her Grandmother knew that Tamsin would have to sacrafice her own talent stopping others from using their talent on her, so she wanted her to learn to live without having one Her fami [...]

  11. Sandy

    More like 3.5.er than the first with a thriller of an ending.Fans of Carolyn MacCullough s Once a Witch will absolutely devour this sequel, Always a Witch MacCullough has upped the action and the plot, and the second half of this novel is utterly gripping It s one of those sequels that s better than the first with an absolute thriller of an ending.In Always a Witch, Tamsin must travel back to the 1880s to stop Alistair and the Knights from destroying her family Readers who love time travel stori [...]

  12. Jean Valjean (OG 2010)

    Suspenseful, and beautifully crafted.In this installment of the Witch series, we learn about the mysterious Knight family and the Greenes.I loved Tamsin in the first installment, but I absolutely fell in love with her spunk, dry wit, and bravery in this book We see her going through a lot of different things here, and we watch her grow She s moving away for college, she has a boyfriend and she finally knows what her talent is, and how to harness that power I think what I liked most was that she [...]

  13. julieta

    Wow I didn t give Tamsin the credit she deserved at all She totally won my heart She s a real hero At the beginning, I totally thought she was gonna be a stupid character but really the only stupid thing she did was lying to Alistair about who she was Otherwise, she completely proved herself wrong She sacrificed her Talent the thing she had longed for for so long to save her family, the people she loved She didn t even hesitate to do whatever that needed to be done But what am I now I m not a wi [...]

  14. Andrea at Reading Lark

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 6 24 11 readinglark 2011 I read Once a Witch awhile back after it was first released and remembered really enjoying it, but this one blew it out of the water It may be cheesy to say that this book put a spell on me, but that is exactly what it did I was unable to put this book down for long Every time I closed it to do something other than read, my Kindle kept whispering my name urging me to pick it back up and dive into the story This edition in the series is so fa [...]

  15. Kristi-The Book Faery

    THE FAERYS VIEWAfter Tamsin Greene s horrific encounter with the wicked Alistair Knight in Once a Witch, Tamsin is just starting to get comfortable with her new found Talent and finding her place within her extraordinarily Talented magical family Tamsin s happy and relieved to have found her Talent yet struggling with her grandmother s prediction that she will soon make a decision, a decision so vital it will affect her entire family s future Life has finally settled down a bit for Tamsin her si [...]

  16. kari

    Well, now I kind of wish that I hadn t wished for a sequel to Once a Witch I hate to say it, but nothing much happens in this one until the very end and the evil person is eliminated off screen and without any fanfare Although there are plenty of other evil people, I m not sure that the villain should meet his end without it being shown That feels like it s unfinished in some way.Also, most of what I enjoyed in the first book is completely missing here There is very little interaction between Ta [...]

  17. Bry

    This was a good follow up in the series I was really afraid this book would suffer the normal series curse in that the first book is excellent and the 2nd book ends up the complete opposite so you drop the series completely I was pleased with the growth of the characters, the progression of their abilities and relationships, and the plots complexity Although sadly the plot did not advance at all until about 1 2 way through the book All in all it was a light, fun, and easy read It surprised me in [...]

  18. Crystal

    I have to say that I really enjoyed this one Tam and Gabriel continue on in their quest to stop Allistair from his plot to save the Knight family from destruction I really liked the time travel aspect of this one I haven t read many books with that in it and it is refreshing twist to the story I missed Gabriel in the first part and would have liked to have seen Tam reach out a little for help even though I know why she didn t I was very sad in the end but it was expected and completely the righ [...]

  19. Shelley

    Synopsis Tamsin Greene has been haunted by her grandmothers prophecy that she will soon be forced to make a crucial decision one so terrible that it could harm her family s future When she discovers that her enemy, Alistair Knight, went back in time to Victorian Era New York, Tamsin is forced to follow him into the past Stranded all alone in the 19th century, Tamsin soon finds herself disguised as a lady s maid in the terrifying mansion of the evil Knight family, avoiding the watchful eye of the [...]

  20. Alisha Marie

    I loved Once A Witch Seriously, it was one of my favorite books read last year or was it the year before and not only was it the PERFECT Halloween read, but it was also a fairly unique read You don t see many YA novels written about witches or at least many that have been done wellor at least I haven t Therefore, I have been anxiously awaiting the sequel, Always A Witch While I didn t think the sequel was as good as Once a Witch, it was still a really entertaining novel.Always a Witch had thril [...]

  21. Rashika (is tired)

    This mini review has also been posted onTangled in PagesThis year I want to get the reading I ve been avoiding done I want to complete series that I refuse to finish and read sequels I once awaited eagerly I thought this would be a good place to start seeing that I read the first book in this duology back in 2012 I cannot remember exactly what put me off but I decided not to read the sequel and let things be Perhaps it was fear of a love triangle how I hate those but I have to say, whatever the [...]

  22. JeanBookNerd

    Always a Witch is a marvelous and pleasing continuation to Carolyn MacCullough s Once a Witch It started right where it left off and another adventure began The outline of the story was planned out well and MacCullough definitely knew how everything was going to happen This time around, Tamsin must make a choice that can change the fate of her family s entire future Usually when a story involves time traveling, it can tend to be confusing and get the reader out of place, but I found it to be eas [...]

  23. Kristy

    Dare I say I enjoyed this one than Yep, I enjoyed this one It had a clean historical fiction vibe going that I completely enjoyed It is very much age appropriate for the YA crowd Spoilers and complaining ahead I want relationship between Gabriel and Tasmin I love that their love story is not the main element in the book, but I feel like the scenes they do share could have been a bit romanticalHonestly, I feel like this was super fast paced and over too quick I needed just a bit information [...]

  24. Ferdy

    The plot centers on two family of witches, the Greenes and the Knights Every witch has a talent be it speed, fire or being able to find lost things Tamsin always believed she had no talent but recently found out that she does in fact have a powerful talent, she is immune to all other talents and can take other peoples talents if it used on her three times The Greene family in the 1800 s discovered the Knight family using their talent for evil so they created the Domani, the Domani stops the Knig [...]

  25. Amber

    I m going to start off by saying that I am so so lucky not to have a sister like Rowenaaka Bridezilla The protaganist in Always A Witch, aka Tamsin Greene is faced with many challenges and finally pieces together the path she was chosen for I admire the courage throughout the story she exudes and the selflessness that leads her on her journey back in time to when it all began I really enjoyed Always A Witch by Carolyn MacCullough At times I felt it was a little slow but when it started to regain [...]

  26. Duygu Pınar

    Yine harika bir kitapt Biti yeri beni d nd rd yazar nereden ne nas l devam edecek Tamsin in yeni maceras n merakla bekliyorum.

  27. Jamie

    First of all, I LOVE this cover This book was complicated, but enjoyable and a fairly easy read I really like the world building When stories play with time travel they usually get really difficult to follow, but I think it was done well in this book It was wrapped up nicely too.

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