Witches : Runes Series

  • by Ednah Walters
  • Narrated by Stephanie Terry
  • Series: Runes Series
  • 13 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Witches continues the story of Raine and Torin. This story's timeline overlaps with Cora's in Souls.
The Norns think they've won, but it's hard to control a teenager, let alone a powerful one....
Raine Cooper's life should be perfect. She's an Immortal Seeress, most likely to be elected prom queen, and envied by the girls at Kayville High for dating the dreamy quarterback, Torin St. James. Instead she's haunted by the smug facial expressions the Norns' wore during their last meeting.
As a Norn-in-training, Raine crossed the line long ago when she sided with the Valkyries and Mortal Witches. When the Norns return with demands of their own, Raine feels trapped. She must repair the battlegrounds and wipe out the memories of every Mortal witness. Torin tries to convince her that the Norns are manipulating her, but she refuses to listen. At least until the Norns' demands focus on someone she loves.
When Raine refuses to cooperate with them, their punishment is swift and gut wrenching, turning her pain into fury. Raine plots revenge on a massive scale and makes deals with unsavory allies. Her goal? Total destruction of the entire Norn race. Raine's only hope of salvation is Torin, but how much will he sacrifice to save her?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Fresh story series

I found this series to be a fresh YA series. While it stays pretty true to the overall genre, the components aligned to Odin and his pantheon into an alternative universe was compelling and kept my interest. I enjoy the overlap of characters and focus on them for more than just one book like so many do. I ran through all of the books available and am looking forward to upcoming installments.
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- Karlyn Keller


If you could sum up Witches in three words, what would they be?

Torin Torin Torin

What other book might you compare Witches to and why?

Well lets see, maybe the City of Bones. Two lovers with something or someone always out to get them. But then it isn't the same at all in other ways.

What does Stephanie Terry bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I did enjoy listening. It brings depth to the characters that I wouldn't have gotten otherwise.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I did laugh in a few areas. These characters have grown on me. If you aren't emotionally evolved by now it probably will not for you.

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- April

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-22-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios