by Emilia Hart
 Historical Fiction: This is a twisty novel that's layered and engaging: a  multigenerational story about the power of women and the obstacles they faced over the centuries. It follows three different women, all likable, as they strive to overcome the constraints of a male-dominated society. Weyward by  Emilia Hart #historicalfiction, #bookclub, #reading, #BooksToRead, #reading, #books, #booksforwomen, #weyward, #emiliahart

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(by- Linda )

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book! It was wonderfully written, with a captivating setting, witchcraft, and three strong female characters who show incredible resilience as they learn to survive in a man's world.

Kate is currently hiding in her great-aunt's house to escape her abusive husband.

Violet, in 1925, faces pressure from her father to conform to societal norms and abandon her dreams of studying.

And in the 1600s, Althea is tried for witchcraft.

Even though they lived in very different eras, each had challenges to overcome. I thought the way everything came together was cleverly plotted, with the various stories all interconnecting. In the end, this is a book about the power of women. It's a great book for fans of historical fiction, witchcraft, and those who love reading about strong females.

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