Madame Voodoo

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Madame Voodoo

‘New York would bring with it a whole new world of possibilities and trouble.’

Soon to begin her freshman year, Nkechi, a young voodoo witch, is unsure what to expect. Alone in New York, and still coming to terms with the death of her mother, Nkechi worries that she will struggle to keep her magic hidden, and is afraid that her mortal classmates will reject her quirky personality.

Fortunately, Columbia College is a big place, and she soon finds her people in the form of Charlie, a mortal, and Kosum, a fellow witch, who quickly introduces Nkechi to the local coven.

But all is not as it seems, and with her life finally going in the right direction, the last thing she expects is for a mysterious girl infused with magic to implode right in front of her.

Determined to discover who is behind these magical occurrences, Nkechi embarks on a journey that forces her to confront her past, re-evaluate her present and embrace her future.

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The plot kept me gripped the entire time, and I never knew what would happen next.

I would definitely recommend if you enjoy YA reads with a touch of the paranormal.

Let me tell you, it's hard to fangirl this much without giving away spoilers left, right and centre!

The worldbuilding is lovely and the index at the beginning highlighting all of the diffeent types of witches is genius.
The Little Bookkeeper

Fast paced, well written, with a nice mix of danger, sweetness and teen life.
Adperfectamconsilium Gavin

Well written with an engaging and compelling story line and well developed characters. I loved the representation within the book.

Enjoyable, short fantasy read, with an interesting different angle about the magic users.

Lots of action, magic and flows along quite nicely. Enjoyed it and I hope there will be more books featuring these two characters.
Tami Wylie