Review: RavenStorm Witches: A Coven of Bitches by Misha McKenzie

Author:  Misha McKenzie
Publisher:  Icasm Press
Publication Date: May 15th 2015
Source: ebook (given by Netgalley)


The RavenStorm Witches have taken the art of revenge to an all new level. Hilarity ensues when Maeve and the rest of her Coven of Bitches take on the liars, manipulators, and bullies who’ve hurt or betrayed their loved ones. And for those needing a little something extra… there’s always the stock from the better-off-dead potions cabinet.
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In a collection of stories that happen one after another, you get a glimpse at the life of the RavenStorm Witches, that call themselves the Coven of Bitches.
The Coven of Bitches aim is to teach a lesson to those who seem to disrespect anyone and anything: players, animal abusers, thieves, family wreckers, and others.
This is a very quick and fun read, the characters are fun and you'll be able to laugh a lot with the awful depictions of the punishments applied by the Coven of Bitches.
The main flaw I can point is that the book is written in a kind of short stories collection and I think the reader would be more able to enjoy the story if the plot was one and all flowing one after another. containing linking elements.
Overall it's good to read if you're in a book hangover state so check it out and tell me what you thought!

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