The Odd Sisters: A Tale of Three Witches

Reminder: This review is of a series and not an individual book. While I will write a synopsis for each book, I will do my best to not give away blatant spoilers. With that being said, the end of one book more or less is the start of another, so information from the end of the previous book may play a role in the plot of the next book, thus I have to give away the spoiler. Read the synopsis at your own discretion.

As Snow is reading the fairy tales book, she discovers that there are pages missing from the Odd Sisters story. She and Circe go back to Miss Tiddlebottom from the previous book to see if the pages were in Gothel’s belongings. When they learn that Gothel’s sisters, Primrose and Hazel, returned from the dead, they head back to the Dead Woods to try and help them understand what was going on. While there, they learn of the biggest secret of all, who exactly the Odd Sisters are. Meanwhile, the Fairy Council are meeting to figure out how they are going to punish the Odd Sisters for all of the damage they have caused.

In a lot of ways, this book feels like the end. However, it also feels like it ends on a cliffhanger. There is clearly more to the series, but I feel like this will be the end of the Odd Sisters playing a critical role in the villain’s backstory. What does concern me is that everything felt so wrapped up that it felt almost forced to continue the series.

If you guys have any thoughts or ideas, feel free to leave a comment, find me on the social medias at @elizabooksblog, or email me at elizabethslick@elizabethsbookstore.blog. And as always, I’ll see you all in the next book!

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