The Witches of Moonshyne Manor: A Review

The Witches of Moonshyne Manor By Bianca Marais

I wasn’t sure what to think of the book when I first saw it; however, the cover caught my attention, the title was intriguing, and it was on sale, so I had to get it. 

Upon reading, I was confused about where the book was, but I quickly got hooked and didn’t want to put it down. The characters are solid and well-written, and to borrow a phrase I heard from someone (couldn’t tell you who), it’s a darn hoot. 

The stories of each are entwined wonderfully, and you can see the growth in character growth and how they are so different yet able to connect and help each other be strong. The book is already given to someone else to read, as I was so excited to finish it; I felt as if they would connect with the book and maybe find some relaxation from the shenanigans of life in the story. 

This book is a 10/10, and im excited to read more from the author. The style and flow are friendly and easy, and the recipes give a nice touch; it reminds me of the small town where I grew up. I highly recommend the story if you’re looking for a book to read! 

Thats all I have for the review; im not the best at getting my words out today, and it’s so much better than im able to get the terms out. I hope you’re having a lovely day! 

Till Next Time, 


Main Image by Me 

Ps. Bianca has a Podcast called The Shit No One Tells You About Writing; it’s a good listen!


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