How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather


Book Summary: 
It’s the Salem Witch Hunt meets Mean Girls in this deliciously suspenseful novel by an author who is a descendant of one the real trial’s most infamous accusers.

Samantha Mather has just moved to Salem, Massachusetts from New York City in the wake of her father’s mysterious illness. But Mathers have lived in Salem for centuries and Sam is the ancestor of Cotton Mather—one of the architects of the Salem Witch Trials. Her name precedes her, and comes with too many stigmas. Before long, Sam finds herself at odds with The Descendants, a powerful group of girls who also have ties to the trials; only their ancestors were on the other end of the noose.
Before long, Sam realizes she is at the center of a centuries old curse that is tying her fate, as well as her father’s, to her new enemies. Can she overcome her family’s past and break the cycle of unexplained deaths or will she discover just how easy it can be to hang a witch?

“I am utterly addicted to Adriana Mather’s electric debut. It keeps you on the edge of your seat, twisting and turning with ghosts, witches, an ancient curse, and—sigh— romance. It’s beautiful. Haunting.” —Jennifer Niven, New York Timesbestselling author of All the Bright Places

My Review: 

Samantha life turn upside down when her dad goes into an coma. After moving she Salem to be closer to him, she finds out she not welcome there at all. Sam turns out to be the most hated person in town b/c of her ancestor Cotton Mather, who help with the witch trails years ago. The longer she stays she find out about an deadly curse that affects the whole town. As she gets outcast by the town she becomes friends with an ghost. Who might be able to help her uncover the towns secrets, and history before everyone dies one by one.  Well will let you readers go find out what the secrets are and the truth hidden within Salem. This is a fun quick read and maybe some witches involved. So its out now, I suggest grab yourself a copy and enjoy the ride. Happy Reading!

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