Salem Massachusetts, 1692: Tituba curses two young girls, but Ann Putnam Jr. isn't one of them. In order to help save her friends, Ann develops a plan to accuse the remaining supposed witches of Salem. As the death count rises, each lie buries her deeper and deeper under a curse of her own doing. This tragic experience of guilt, abuse, power, and love gives a first-person view into the spine-chilling months where neighbor turned on neighbor at the word of a little girl.
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The best Iv read so far 💖
I have read many books about witches and such but none like this. I really enjoyed this book, and as I try I could not stop reading. I loved it 💘, and I'm sure others will too. Keep up the good work Oliver 💋