The Monday Poll: Which Witch Book?

monday_pollGood morning, Hub readers!

Last week, we wanted to know which parents in YA lit you think deserve their own book. The Weasleys from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books topped the results with 50% of the vote, followed by Natalie Prior from Divergent by Veronica Roth, with 20%. There were some great write-in votes, too, including Mia’s parents from If I Stay, and the parents of Hazel and Augustus from The Fault in Our Stars. Check back on last week’s post to read all the other suggestions, and you can see detailed results for all of our previous polls in the Polls Archive. Thanks to all of you who voted!

This week, we’ve got Halloween on the brain. Goblins, ghouls, ghosts, and witches. Which YA book about witches is your favorite? Vote in the poll below, or add your choice in the comments!

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Allison Tran

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5 thoughts on “The Monday Poll: Which Witch Book?”

  1. The Last Apprentice series by Joseph Delaney features many wicked witches even though the main character fights many of them. Also, I know this is adult, but I’d like to give a shout out to Kim Harrison — Rachel Morgan is my favorite witch!

  2. I’m rather fond of “Plain Kate” by Erin Bow. The main character is accused of being a witch and sets of in pursuit of the real one who threatened her life. A very good story and, unlike most YA books featuring a female protagonist, there is no romance. No romance, but it is at heart a story about love.

    I would highly recommend it.

  3. Born wicked hands down. It has good witches, bad witches, a love story and more. I never wanted to put it down once I started reading it. All three books in the series I would definitely recommend to everyone.

  4. My favorite witch book is “The Short Life of Sparrows” by Emm Cole. It is a very original dark fantasy book.

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