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A Discovery of Witches | Deborah E. Harkness
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I started the first book in the trilogy Saturday and just finished up today. Really enjoyed all the nerding out over scientific history that I wanted to keep going. Ended up picking the other two up at the book and about to start the next one.

@HOTPock3tt why didn‘t you tell me this was so good????

#witchy #witch #spooky #allsoulstrilogy #trilogy #mpls #twibcities

MellieAntoinette Love this series!! 1mo
HOTPock3tt @Schnoebs Girl! I LOVE this series!! 😍🙌🏽 but I feel like it‘s an acquired taste. It doesn‘t appeal to everyone unfortunately 😐 so I‘m always careful when I recommend it 😅but I freakin loved it! And the TV series too! 1mo
Schnoebs @HOTPock3tt I definitely want to check out the show after I‘m done with the series!!!! I‘m enjoying all the references to major people in history and I know there‘s going to be so much more in book 2 (20 pages in) 1mo
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HOTPock3tt @Schnoebs Omg book 2! Lots of nerding out to be done there! 😃 tag me so we can chat about it!! 🙃🤗 (edited) 1mo
Schnoebs @HOTPock3tt oh, I definitely plan on it lol 1mo
Schnoebs @HOTPock3tt for now I can definitely say thank god for feminism and our right to get out of petticoats and corsets and into comfy pants!!! 1mo
Schnoebs @HOTPock3tt I just finished the part with the wedding and then saying goodbye to Philippe. My heart. I can‘t. That was all too much emotion for not even getting to the halfway point of the book 😭😭😭 1mo
HOTPock3tt Omg I loved their wedding!! It was so romantic that it was set in Elizabethan times and I loved their wedding night!!! 😎 I thought it was sweet that he made her wait lol 🤣 and Philippe was SUCH a father to her. I loved his acceptance of her. He was truly a charismatic and dynamic character!! Wow I need to reread this book! There is so much more to come in the second part!!! 😁 @Schnoebs (edited) 1mo
HOTPock3tt I saw on goodreads that you‘re on the third book now! Second book spoilers ===> Omg how much did you love Diana learning about her powers with that coven in Elizabethan England!! 😃and Corra her firedrake! Plus Queen Elizabeth herself was a pretty fun character with her tantrums as well as Diana‘s father with his time walking!! 🤗 the only thing I missed was “the house” in present day and how witchy and strange it is!!” And her aunts 😎 1mo
Schnoebs @HOTPock3tt The amount of times I cried over the father child relationships in this book were insane! I loved it so much! Gallowglass was definitely my favorite but Philippe was so amazing and thought so far ahead for how his actions will be taken in the future. I also loved everything about them starting their little family. I knew Diana learned so much there but I didn‘t realize the level until seeing it start to come up in book 3! 1mo
HOTPock3tt Phillip REALLY adored her as his own daughter and took care of her!! It made me cry too how much he planned for her future and thought so far ahead to protect her. She was lucky to have TWO amazing fathers!!! And gallowglass‘ secret love for her was 🥰 one of my fave things about this series is how many layers each characters has!! Gallowglass and Philippe especially! And Diana became SUCH a powerful witch when she went into the past! LOVE!! ❤️ 1mo
HOTPock3tt @Schnoebs Btw I‘m still not over how sexy their honeymoon was!!! 😍 Deb harkness writes sexy scenes so well, I wish she wrote more of them!! I know she doesn‘t want her books to be about that 🤣but STILL!! 😃 (edited) 1mo
Schnoebs @HOTPock3tt yes 🙌🙌🙌🙌 those scenes were 🔥🔥🔥 1mo
Schnoebs @HOTPock3tt omg, I just got to the part where Diana see‘s Gallowglass‘s tattoo!!!! 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 my heart can‘t handle this. This is not ok 3w
HOTPock3tt It‘s totally not ok!!!! 😭😫it was SO sad yet brilliantly written! Especially with how he protected her and waited for her for like 500 years!! Not even with so much as a KISS in return! So sad yet so sweet that my little heart can‘t take it 😔 @Schnoebs 3w
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