Author: Virginia Boecker

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Review: The King Slayer by Virginia Boecker

Review: The King Slayer by Virginia Boecker

June 13, 2016 Reviews 0

The King Slayer by is an amazing sequel to The Witch Hunter and wraps the story of Elizabeth Grey up nicely. The story picks up a couple months after the events at the end of the first book (so if you haven’t read book one there are minor spoilers ahead). Elizabeth is still recovering from her encounter with Blackwell and Caleb without her stigma. John has that now and it’s not playing well with his own healer magic. Now Blackwell is coming for Elizabeth and her stigma, the question is why. I’ll admit when I read The Witch Hunter, I had a hard time liking Elizabeth…. Read more »

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Waiting on Wednesday #48 – The King Slayer by Virginia Boecker

Waiting on Wednesday #48 – The King Slayer by Virginia Boecker

April 20, 2016 Features 6

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we are all eagerly anticipating. About this time last year I read The Witch Hunter by debut author . I was on the fence before I picked it up but after just the first line of the book I was hooked. Now there’s a little over a month left till the sequel The King Slayer hits shelves and I’m bouncing on my toes in anticipation. I cannot wait to continue this series! The author created a haunting, alternative history for England and I’m so excited… Read more »

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Review: The Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker

Review: The Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker

June 8, 2015 Reviews 4

Initial Reaction:    The Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker is not at all what I expected it to be and yet it was everything and more than what I anticipated! Set during the time of witch trials and burnings in England, this book takes on an alternative history where magic is real and the witches are being hunted by trained hunters. Elizabeth Grey is one of these hunters. Trained from early adolescence, Elizabeth thinks that what she is doing is right, it has a purpose, and she is protecting those who can’t protect themselves from the evil witches. Until the tides… Divider