Written by Demitria Lunetta


Most of the story takes place in Scotland. The story begins in the 1600s. Prudence and Primrose are twins and their mother is a healer. She is accused of witchcraft and is burned. As the girls grow up, they discover their own magic. In a fit of jealousy, one of the girls turns in the other. She is burned at the stake.
Fast forward to modern times. Heather cuts herself. Not randomly, but in specific patterns. After being treated in a clinic, she still has the overwhelming need to draw blood. Tying to protect her, her parents send her to Scotland. Her father was born there and they have family. Grandmother is in a rest home, losing her memory, and her aunt has terminal cancer.
Heather has friends there and reconnects with them. She can’t stop the urge to cut herself, but tries to hide it. She hears and sees things, and has vivid nightmares. She discovers that Prudence and Primrose are channeling through her. They hate each other and they want to use Blood Magic to destroy the other.
Heather is a good person, but the urge to use Blood Magic is overwhelming. She tries to heal her aunt, and things go terribly wrong. There are others around her that are also witches, and finally step in to help her.
I loved this book and would recommend it.
Language
PG-13
Sexual Content
PG-13
Violence
PG-13
Drug and Alcohol Use
PG-13

Review by Lori Yates, Cyprus High Media Center
Rating: ★★★★★ (5 stars)
Interest Level: YA Fiction

Bad Blood
Written by Demitria Lunetta
Delacorte Press
266 pages
Release Date: March 14, 2017
An advance reader copy was provided by the publisher.

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  1. Giveaway Alert! 5/5/2017: We have a copy of this book to give away to a school library, teacher, or student in Granite School District. Leave a short comment with your name within the next week for a chance to win it. Thanks for looking!

    • Our library would like this book :)
      Tiffany
      Bennion Jr. High

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