Reviews

  • 'A magnificent, raw slice of folk horror, dark with threat and clenched with suspense . . . a brilliant debut to chill the brightest summer day.

    DAILY MAIL
  • A thrillingly brisk and bracing tale of magic and power, I loved this book. It takes the best tropes of horror and witchcraft and gives them a refreshingly feminist twist.

    S.A. CHAKRABORTY, author of The City of Brass
  • A dark, dramatic tale of oppression and rebellion, ideology and morality, with a complicated, appealing protagonist caught in a Handmaid's Tale nightmare . . . a fine addition to the body of feminist fantasy works, a great read.

    LOUISA MORGAN, author of The Age of Witches
  • Bewitching . . . Henderson offers a powerful portrait of patriarchal, racial, and religious abuses . . . conjuring a sense of creeping dread and maintaining the pacing throughout. This riveting work announces Henderson as an exciting new voice in dark fantasy.

    PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
  • Slow burn horror crossed with a powerfully feminist coming-of-age novel . . . this book will haunt your dreams.

    CHRISTINA HENRY, author of The Lost Boy
  • Beautifully sinister and beguiling, The Year of the Witching is blood-drenched, horrific and enchanting from start to finish.

    TASHA SURI, author of Empire of Sand
  • Bone-chilling and breathtakingly beautiful . . . The Year of the Witching is storytelling at its finest.

    RENA BARRON, author of Kingdom of Souls
  • The Year of the Witching blew me away. It's a masterpiece.

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