This book is about accusations of witchcraft in a Puritan society. Elsabeth has powers she doesn't really know how to use. If she can read minds, and wants to use her powers for good, does that make her a witch?
The pacing is faster than the Newbery-winning Witch of Blackbird Pond (about a related topic), but there's less depth and complexity in this book, too. This title works for readers who like supernatural powers, romance, and a bit of danger in their adventure books.
"I mean no evil, so I am not a witch. Power is not witchcraft."
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