Book Review : The Witch's Daughter (The Blair Witch Files #1) by Cade Merrill, Carol Ellis

The Witch's Daughter
(The Blair Witch Files #1) by Cade Merrill, Carol Ellis

Product Details
  • Reading level: Young Adult
  • Paperback: 181 pages
  • Publisher: Bantam Books for Young Readers (August 8, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0553493620
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553493627
  • Available on Amazon / Barnes & Noble

Is Lee Papert the Blair Witch's daughter? Is she responsible for eight gruesome deaths?

OMG. This book is scary! Maybe it's because I read it at midnight, when everyone's asleep that makes it so heart-pounding. It is full of suspense, mysteries and paranormal elements.

The main character, Justin visits his grandpa in a hospital. His parents tells him that grandpa Harper is insane. When he sees Harper, the latter keeps telling him that a 16-year-old girl is seeking revenge and is going to kill him for what he has done in his teenage years.

Harper makes Justin promise that he is going to investigate the whole matter. While Justin continues to find out peculiar things, he is also attracted to a hospital volunteer called Leslie. When he tells Leslie about his quest to find out the truth about a girl called Lee Irwin (later Lee Pappert), as he is asked by his grandpa, Leslie exclaims that Lee Pappert is, in fact, her deceased grandmother.

Justin is elated and he asks for Leslie's help in uncovering the secret behind his grandpa's fear. What Justin doesn't know is that Leslie has her own secrets, and he would soon realize that Leslie is actually not what he think she is.

Dark, chilling and suspenseful, The Witch's Daughter is a book you wouldn't want to miss! Make sure you read it at night!

Rating: 5

Source: Purchase from Novelhut

2 creative remarks:

ng said...

w-o-w....the synopsis is raised-my-hair creepy enough....i wouldn't read it at midnight...=D

fredamans said...

Fab review!
I love a good scary book, so I'm adding to my wish list!