"I promise you that I will return to this book at some point in the future . . ."This year, I have fulfilled that promise thanks to the release of the final book in the trilogy.
A Discovery of Witches introduces us to Diana, a descendant of the infamous witches of the Salem witch trials, and Matthew, a man infamous in his own scientific and paranormal right. The two unlikely friends set an adventure in motion that rattles the world around them.
I obviously loved this book the first time around. On my re-read of Diana's and Matthew's tale, I was able to savor their story, lingering through the scenes that I may have devoured the first time around. The result was an intensified appreciation of Harkness's creation.
The first time around, A Discovery of Witches made my favorites of the year list. This time has cemented it in my favorites of all time!
Have you had the pleasure of reading (savoring or devouring) A Discovery of Witches? What do you believe makes this story shine?