|Nomadic SA Chick||
Publisher: Old Saltbox Publishing
Page Count: 64
Nonfiction Genre: History, Paranormal, American
Dates Read: September 25-26, 2015
We all know about the Salem Witch Trials, but how much do we know about the first people who were tried and hanged during this turbulent time?
This was a very informative book. It was pretty dry and straight forward, much like a typical American History textbook, but it was great to see more specific information about people who were accused of witchcraft and being witches.
I found this on my grandparent's bookshelf after they passed away and I've had it for about 9 years, waiting to read it. Well when I started to read A Discovery of Witches, The Salem Witch Trials. I decided to take a peak into this book, and realized that some of the women mentioned in ADOW are in this booklet. It made a nice companion piece to ADOW, but it's not necessary.
Ratings (based on a 10 point scale)
Quality of Writing - 6
Pace - 5
Plot Development - 5
Characters - 5
Enjoyability - 7
Insightfulness - 6
Ease of Reading - 6
Photos/Illustrations - N/A
Overall Rating - 3 out of 5 stars