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If you’re looking for a witchy ride that also has a philosophical soul, grab Slewfoot—and don’t put it down until you’ve finished it.

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Review of ‘Slewfoot’

In 1666, puritanical Christianity found a foothold in the New World. Known for the rejection of nearly everything as being sinful, life in a Puritan community could be pretty tough, especially for women. But Christianity wasn’t the first religion in America, not by a long shot.

Abitha, a young Englishwoman, marries into the Puritan society…

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