Very. Very. Very. Very. VERRRY Disapointing.
The Witch of Blackbird Pond is a book about loyalty, friendship, perspective, the clashing of cultures and religion. It is a good read for someone who enjoys Historical Fiction novels, but it did not keep my attention because I am not one of those people. It had good messages behind the story. This book did not captivate my interest, and it involved some concepts that where foreign to me. I did, however, like how the book ended and how it was historically accurate, but I didn’t like how they would make hints at a big climax, but this big climax would never happen. I recommend this book to people who enjoy historical novels, but only those people. This book did not have action, there were hints at romance but it was rare, and it was very bland. It would go into detail on things we did not need detail on and it wouldn’t give details on things that did need details. It was almost like reading a very out of date soup opera. It was a book about an emotional girl, who basically cried through an entire chapter, that seemed to think only about marriage. Katherine Tyler was not a very strong female and that is one of the main reasons I do not recommend this book.