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Now a major Sky original production - Season 2 streaming nowTHE NUMBER ONE INTERNATIONAL AND SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER. A Discovery of Witches is the first in the must-read ALL SOULS trilogy. It begins with absence and desire. It begins with blood and fear. It begins with a discovery of witches.Fall u

Author Deborah Harkness

Pages 604

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Published Date 2011-02-08

ISBN 0755374053 9780755374052


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jordan_jordan shared a tip "A bit slow in the beginning but after a few chapters it’s amazing"

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alyshia_bondra shared a tip "One of my most favorite book series. Could not put the book down! Highly recommended!"

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tracey_green shared a tip "It's the best quick read for a cool fall day!"

cori_7828 shared a tip "The ending if this book or of the trilogy?"

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rhianna_bell shared a tip "Completely obsessed!"

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keshia_merkle shared a tip "Amazing trilogy!! I’ve read them probably 4 or more times!! Highly recommend if you like fantasy genre."

rachelle_9497 shared a tip "I am obsessed!!!!"

kristen_blanchette shared a tip "I liked the first book of the serious, but couodnt get into the test of them. Too slow and dragged out for me"

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tina_ash_5174 shared a tip "Loved it!!!!!"

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andrea_dove shared a tip "Where's the next book. It had a very climatic ending with a cliff hanger"

akgarcia shared a tip "Amazing series!"

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sarah_mcca shared a tip "This is an amazingly well written book. Its easy to immerse yourself in the world and invest in the characters lives."

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lauren_schaubert shared a tip "History, magic, and adventure"

connie_tylor shared a tip "Loved this story!"

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victoria_stamper shared a tip "While some of the character dialogue was unnecessary and over dramatized, I was still hooked to the complex plot development."

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