Spell Bound takes off immediately where Waking the Witch left off, with Savannah’s powers gone. After regretting how the last case ended, she had made a wish that she would gladly give up her spells if only she could fix some of the problems her investigation caused. As it turns out, someone took her up on her offer. Having already finished the concluding trilogy of the series, I will say that this one does kind of fill like a middle book. Waking the Witch introduces Savannah as a narrator and begins some of the plot lines that will run through the rest of the series, while Thirteen wraps them all up. Spell Bound, in comparison, definitely feels like it’s getting things into place. Since it is Armstrong, it is a very action packed getting things into place, but the central mystery/story isn’t that memorable compared to the other two of the trilogy. Full review.
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