Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Crystin reviews The Black Hours by Alison Williams

A great review for ‘The Black Hours’ 🙂

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Today’s book review comes from Crystin, she blogs at http://crystinlgoodwin.wordpress.com

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Crystin Chose to read and review The Black Hours by Alison Williams

The Black Hours - Alison Williams The Black Hours – Alison Williams

Title: The Black Hours by Alison Williams

  • Genre: Historical Fiction

First off, I’d like to mention that this novel is very different from my typical reading preferences. This isn’t a young adult novel, nor is it fantasy. There is very little romance, and there isn’t really a happily ever after. The Black Hours is a very dark tale; written like fiction, but based on actual events that occurred in 16th century England.

The story follows two main characters – Matthew Hopkins, a documented witch hunter during the 16th century, and Alice Pendle, a fictional young woman who is suspected of witchcraft. The story goes through the process of how women were first suspected of witchcraft during those times, then goes into…

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