The Good Witch of the South by T. C. Bartlett (Book REVIEW #821)


The good witch of the South is a young adult fantasy story. The tale takes you on a journey to the Ozarian adventure in the land of Oz. A sixteen-year-old girl named Samantha Goodwitch, who is the daughter of Glinda, the good witch of the South, decides to adventure into the wild looking for dragons and an army rumored to be growing to overthrow the Great Head of Oz.

Sam’s life is saved by a Shadow Mountain Cat named, Akasha and they become good friends. There is a demon witch to face, and Sam is lucky enough not to fight against the darkness alone.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The cover design of the book is absolutely beautiful. I usually don’t comment on these things, but this one just had to be said. The book also has articulated little designs and formatting that genuinely transcends the reader as close as they can get to a fantasy novel.

The literature is very well written. The story is told by the third-person narrative, and as you read along, it is straightforward to bond with the lead character. Her personality is strong, and as a young girl, she is very lovable.

The tale is perfect for the genre it’s written for. It has all the elements young adults enjoy when they want to pick a book. I recommend this book to all young adult fantasy readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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