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The book consists of plenty of short tales with witches in it that makes it worth to read or listen whenever you have time. The book provides us with the luxury that we can read one or two short stories at a time and can leave the rest for later. There is no issue of a long time engagement with the book. Each story is with a different flavor but the pattern is the same they are about witches.
Amanda M. Lee has created a different kind of witches in the book that are perhaps less horrifying and bit friendly as well with the people, they are the blood sucking type. Winchester witches are also loved by the people and thus love is also expected in most of the short stories that appear a bit shocking at first but one gets used to it after sometime. We even see people spending holidays with the witches instead of running away from them. People like Chief Terry spend fun time in the family of witches they have breakfast with the family without any fear of being eaten alive or their ruthless extermination afterwards.
The love of Sam and Clove is another dramatic element that could only be seen in the human world alone. The stories however also have crimes and murders but there is usually no deep mystery behind them or if there is it does not go very deep and lacks connection with any of the past references. There is more than one narrator because of the stories that are fifteen in number and each one had its own demand. Talmadge Ragan, Laura Jennings, Amy Johnson, Maria Hostage, Meghan Kelly, Tristan Wright, Angel Clark, D Gaunt, Carrie Voorhis, Brian Schell, Ana Maria Valenzuela all have played their role in the narration department in an appropriate manner.
Other stories including Shadow and Bone (The Grisha #1) – Leigh Bardugo and They All Love Jack: Busting the Ripper – Bruce Robinson also have some of the most interesting stories in them for anyone to get indulged into them.