The Witch’s Tears

The Witch s Tears Can true love s kiss break your heart It s not easy being a teenage witch Just ask Merry She s drowning in textbooks and rules set by the coven drowning in heartbreak after the loss of Jack But Merry

  • Title: The Witch’s Tears
  • Author: Katharine Corr Elizabeth Corr
  • ISBN: 9780008182991
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
  • Can true love s kiss break your heart It s not easy being a teenage witch Just ask Merry She s drowning in textbooks and rules set by the coven drowning in heartbreak after the loss of Jack But Merry s not the only one whose fairy tale is over Big brother Leo is falling apart and everything Merry does seems to push him further to the brink And everything that hapCan true love s kiss break your heart It s not easy being a teenage witch Just ask Merry She s drowning in textbooks and rules set by the coven drowning in heartbreak after the loss of Jack But Merry s not the only one whose fairy tale is over Big brother Leo is falling apart and everything Merry does seems to push him further to the brink And everything that happens to Leo makes her ache for revenge So when strangers offering friendship show them a different path they d be mad not to take itSome rules were made to be broken, right

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    • rachel • typed truths says:

      The Witch’s Tears was disappointed largely because it was completely a filler story. The entire plotline felt like it was being made up as it progressed. There was nothing really happening and anything which did happen did not warrant being made into an entire sequel. Its 400 pages could easily have been reduced by half. The first book at least incorporated a dual timeline and had a clear end goal. The Witch’s Tears had no direction or clear-cut plot, relying on romantic drama to push it alo [...]

    • Whispering Stories says:

      The Witch’s Tears, is the sequel to, The Witch’s Kiss, which I reviewed earlier in the year. With a lot of sequels, the book never seems to live up to the first one, but there are always exceptions, and this is one of them.The book starts off three months after where The Witch’s Kiss left off. It’s the school holidays, and with their grief still strong after what happened in book one, Merry and Leo need one another to get though this tough time.When their grandmother, and leader of the c [...]

    • Maddie (Heart Full Of Books) says:

      As far as sequels go, I really, REALLY liked this one! I loved how much we got to read about Merry learning about her powers and how to control them. Normally, that's a part of magical fantasies that I feel gets skimmed over and to me it's the most interesting part! Whenever I read about witches, I'm always skeptical about newcomers and it's always for good reason. Both Leo and Merry had new love interests in this book and I was constantly battling with who was going to not be who they said they [...]

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    • Jodie "Bookish"Cook says:

      Book ReviewTitle: The Witch's TearsAuthor: Katharine Corr & Elizabeth CorrGenre: YA/Fantasy/ParanormalRating: ***Review: So, I wasn’t sure what to expect from the Witch’s Tears and the Witch’s Kiss ended smoothly with minimal loose ends so, I didn’t know what to expect from this book although there were a few things that I wanted to happen. This novel takes place almost three months after the events of the first book and it has had lasting effects on both Leo and Merry driving a huge [...]

    • Suze Lavender says:

      Merry has defeated a powerful wizard, but the coven she's a member of treats her with distrust. She has to learn how to use magic by abiding to their rules, using their ways of spell casting, when she's finally allowed to actually perform something, and learning plenty of theory. This isn't how Merry feels she should practice her magic, but as it's the way her coven wants it she has no choice but to agree. After losing the boy she loves pretending to be a normal teenager while also being trained [...]

    • Girlwithapen93 says:

      The Witch’s Tears by sisters Katharine and Elizabeth Corr is another spectacular book written by the two. This is the second book in their series. A must read should be The Witch’s Kiss, the first book in the series and the beginning of the story. You can read my review for the first book right here. The second book of the series, picks up right where the first one finishes and carries on the rollercoaster of a story that is The Witch’s Tears. The second book follows Merry and her brother [...]

    • Emma says:

      REVIEW BY CERYS – YEAR 9The Witches Tears is an incredible story of witches, age old curses, and forbidden love. The Witch’s Kiss sets a very high standard, and the sequel totally knocks it out of the park, with heart break, fights, and it’s considerably darker than the first book, which makes it all the more awesome.Merry is still a very unusual witch, having to deal with the events of the first book, and is struggling with the rules and work of being part of a coven, but still the other [...]

    • Kirsty Stanley says:

      4.5 stars. You can't leave it there!!!

    • Evelyn Romp says:

      ik vind m echt super tof, stoer en met veel humor, maar voorspelbaar.

    • Helen says:

      ★★★★★ 4.5/5The Witch’s Tears picks up three months after the events of the last book, with Merry and her brother still coming to terms with their loss, and Merry still trying to learn how to control and use her magic.With more involvement from the coven, which Merry’s grandmother is head of, Merry continues to try to learn their rules and the ‘right’ way to do magic. She doesn’t always like their methods, but Merry tries so hard to learn and help them, even when she’s judge [...]

    • Odette Knappers says:

      I absolutely freaking loved this! I loved the first book, The Witch's Kiss, and I'm so glad the writers kept on doing their amazing job, no second book syndrome here! The main character is just as kick-ass as in book 1, there is A LOT of girlpower in this book. But at the same time,it is very easy to relate to Merry because she does little stuff like tapping her leg with her phone while thinking about what to type in a text. And her whole attitude towards, well everything, is quite similar to wh [...]

    • Hayley says:

      I only finished this book the other day, and I have to say I was really happy with this addition to the series. After the first book, I was really wondering how Merry's story was going to evolve and how she would recover from the repercussions of some of the scenarios that took place. I was really happy to find that Merry struggled with had happened before. Not to say that I enjoyed her suffering but I liked that it was realistic, that she had to take time to recover from the past events like a [...]

    • Kirsty says:

      I received a copy via Net Galley. This was a great sequel to The Witch's Kiss. I was a bit worried at the start as it took me awhile to get into but it soon picked up. In this book, Merry's Gran is kidnapped and the majority of the book is spent trying to find her. The coven decides that Merry can't help so Merry does some investigative work by herself. We are introduced to some new characters in this book Finn who is a wizard and is trying to help his brother who is under some sort of spell. We [...]

    • Eve says:

      The Witch's Tears is the sequel and this book focuses on Merry learning and failing still how to manage her magic and finally get it to work right for her.We also see the arrival of some new male characters, Leo's new love interest, Ronan, whom steps in to stop Simon beating up Leo after he's come out as gay. Then we meet Finn whom ends up trapped in a protective spell cast on Merry and Leo's Grans home after she has disappeared mysteriously and so the main aim of the book is to find their Gran [...]

    • Kushnuma says:

      I received a free advance copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.The Witch's Tears is book 2 in the series.I was really excited to read this book as I thoroughly enjoyed the first one! I liked the magic but wasn't too happy with the brother-sister relationship that was shown in this book. There was a lot of action towards the end which felt like it wasn't enough, but the huge cliffhanger at the end left me wanting more!

    • my_bookish_adventures says:

      Final rating: 4/5 starsThe Witch’s Tears is an amazing sequel to the Witch’s kiss which leaves you wanting more! It introduces some new characters that have not only have an interesting roles in the story but also give the story more depth.Also, the plot itself, in my opinion, was better constructed; more things were going on and it felt more as a whole story.It has great twists and turns but not too many, just enough to fully enjoy the story and GOD I NEED THE SEQUEL RIGHT NOW.For a full, s [...]

    • Georgi says:

      OMG I NEED MORE!!❤️This book was just as good as the first one The Witch's Kiss. The ending though! I warn you guys there is a cliffhanger!!! I'm so excited for the next book because I need to know what happens

    • Keira says:

      A bit more interesting than the first! Not quite 5 stars, but definitely 4.5 stars!

    • Piper says:

      The ending!!!!!! These books need so much more recognition, so many more people need to read them!! All I have to say. (Oh and I loved Finn). Px

    • Kim Dyer says:

      The Witch's Tears noticeably improved on the first instalment of the series, and in doing so resolved a lot of issues that I had with the first book. This book allows the reader to get a bit more of a feel for how magic works in this world, showing the complexity of "official" spells and glimpses into Witch culture. The coven slowly starts to seem less desirable this time as we are show both its strengths and weaknesses - a supportive all-female society that welcomes witches so long as they conf [...]

    • Whitney Morris says:

      With the way the first book ended and it just being a book i liked rather than loved. I didn't run out to read this. After reading a few anticipated realises I came became to the world of Merry and Leo and im glad I did as I loved this book.My want for more from Leo's perspective was not granted. We actually get less from his point of view. However I didn't find Merry as annoying in this book as the first. Dealing with the aftermath of what happened in the first book their is a rift between Leo [...]

    • Jeni says:

      “Time to see what she could really achieve, when she was completely and only herself. No expectations. No preconceptions. Notions.”The Witch’s Tears follows Merry and Leo as they come to terms with recent events. The Death of Dan, one of Leo’s best friends and secret crush - leaves him lost, angry and grieving and the death of Jack, a medieval prince bound to a curse whom Merry fell in love with and was bound to kill, ending the centuries long curse. Everything Merry tries to do to help [...]

    • Judith Moore says:

      Full (series) review up on my blog: chaininteraction.wordpress Second novels are hard, especially when you’re building on quite a solid ending, by which I mean The Witch’s Kiss has quite a finite ending, this could easily have been a standalone rather than a trilogy. So it takes this book a little while to build momentum, you have to re-establish what ‘normal’ is for Merry and Leo at this point in order to shake things up again.Leo was always my favourite character (and I think he remain [...]

    • Amy (Golden Books Girl) says:

      In this excellent sequel to the Witch`s Kiss, we see Merry on a new adventure when her gran goes missing and odd, dangerous events begin to take place, and she has to work out what`s going on, while also trying to fit into a coven and deal with other issues. I found it very different in tone to the first book, and if anything I actually preferred it as it read more as a mystery with fantasy/contemporary subplots to me, and I adore mystery books. I also liked how much the characters, especially M [...]

    • Juli says:

      When I first read The Witch's Kiss I was left wanting more despite not being particularly impressed by the writing style. The story somehow stayed in my mind and I needed to know what happened. When I found The Witch's Tears by chance in my local bookstore I bought it immediately without second thought and I'm SO glad I did. The Witch's Tears is a great sequel and not only leaves you satisfied with ends being tied up but also completely involved in the new dramas the family faces in the book. I [...]

    • Tasha Williams (Red's Midnight Readers) says:

      ::Reviewed for Red's Midnight Readers::This is the second magical installment and picks up 3 months after The Witch's Heart. You'd think things would be hunky dory after defeating the powerful Gwydion and his King of Hearts but it would seem things are worse than ever for our plucky heroine and her family.Another spellbinding story, even better than the first! The author duo has managed to capture the essence of characters once again, so perfectly. I found myself once again immersed in magic and [...]

    • Jildou says:

      Why do you let us keep haning like this 😱 I can't deal with this cliffhanger 😱😱 I liked the book but had a hard time getting into it. It also bothered me that Marry had to be so weepy for the whole book about her previous lover. Okay I get that it hurts but after the 15th mentioning it got anoying. But besides that fact, I loved how everything developed. Great job! And can't wait for the thirth book ❤

    • Hannah says:

      Normally second books suffer, especially in a trilogy but I adored this one. The characters were still relatable and enjoyable and the new characters were a great addition. Although that ending. So many feelings. This is a world I love going back into and cannot wait for book three. I need to see Merry, and Leo for that matter, get the endings they deserve.

    • GeorgiLvsBooks says:

      “Be careful what you wish for”Second book in The Witch’s Kiss Series. Really enjoyed this story, had a great liking to all the characters and the ending has just left me wanting more.I adore reading about witch’s and spells, and this story was full of them. Book 3 - The Witch’s Blood is released in March!! :)

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