Fantasy series dishes triple toil and trouble for young adults

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Fantasy series dishes triple toil and trouble for young adults

Three young witches, one played by Saffer Jessica Sutton, are raised for battle, whether they like it or not

Kevin Kriedemann

More than 300 years ago, Sarah Alder made a deal to stop the slaughter of her kind. She pledged her people to the service and defence of America for generations to come. In return, the persecution and the killings stopped. The Salem witch trials ended and the country gained a powerful new weapon — an army of witches.

Motherland: Fort Salem is a young adult dystopian fantasy that follows three young women, Tally, Abigail and Raelle, from basic training to deployment, as they learn to fight terrorist threats with supernatural tactics and the potent magic of their voices. Thrown together, the three come from very different backgrounds, but they have one thing in common: they are witches, born and raised for battle ... whether they like it or not.

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