A Note From the Publisher
Average rating from 6 members
Although not a bad story, I struggled to keep track of who was who in this one. Kept my interest to find out the ending, but felt a little confusing at times. Would recommend, if you like ghosts, witches and bayous.
This is a story about people. Taking place in a small community and told from several characters points of view, a mystery unravels as the people reflect on the past and try to accept the present. The characters are complex and deep. The author tells a realistic story about growing up, aging, and coming to terms with life. It is engrossing and well written. I read it in one sitting. I quickly became invested in these characters.
Patsy has visions. Not visions of sugar plums but of death. This tale is one of family, friendship, love and death. It follows the life of Patsy as she grows up near the bayou. She can see things that have happened in the past and is labeled a witch. Coinciding with her visions, town secrets come to light. If you want a good family and mystery saga this is the book for you. Stay safe and stay home.