A Nomadic Witch : Modern Witch

  • by Debora Geary
  • Narrated by Martha Harmon Pardee
  • Series: Modern Witch
  • 9 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Spring brings a traveler to Nova Scotia - a tiny babe who will turn Marcus's life upside down and reincarnate the horrifying events of his past.
Can Marcus find his way through the pain to love and healing? And can the witching community finally learn to keep their astral travelers safe?
A Nomadic Witch is book four of the top-rated A Modern Witch series. Light contemporary fantasy with a good dose of humor, a little romance, and characters you won't want to leave.


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Customer Reviews

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Not one I needed to read.

What to say about, "A Nomadic Witch?" I suppose there's one story that every author just has to write; if for no other reason than to clean up the soul and give wings to a loose end which refuses not stay tied. Perhaps this is one of those tales for Deborah Geary. I honestly have no clue. As for me, this is a story which I absolutely did NOT need to hear, see, or read. I was perfectly content with the existing loose ends - They gave the series a bit of mystery and a little extra class. Up to this point, I have loved every book in the "Modern Witch" series. This one I could have done without. You, on the other hand, might like it. Enough said.
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- M. Eglestone

Heart Wrenching and Happy All at the Same Time

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes! I absolutely love this series and characters. The witchcraft brings unlike folks together and provides the basis for a large "family" and lots of fun. At the same time, these folks experience the same sort of things 'regular' folks do, birth, falling in love, sickness, death; many times with a huge magical twist. Regardless as to what is going on, there is always a sense of belonging, togetherness, caring, and love.

Which character – as performed by Martha Harmon Pardee – was your favorite?

I've said it before in other reviews and again here. I love all the characters and the way Martha Harmon Pardee 'reads/speaks' them. I easily follow the shift from one character to the next. Probably one of my favorites is Aunt Moira; I love the lilt in her accent.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I don't really want to give any of the book away, but will say that there was many a moment in this story that was heart-wrenchingly sad... But... The sadness is always balanced by happiness...

Any additional comments?

I can't wait for the next books to be released. I've gotten all five of Debora Geary's books and know there are more. Audible, please record the next ones and get them released!!!

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- Karen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-29-2013
  • Publisher: Debora Geary