Witch Way to Mintwood
Witch with a talking cat, not named Salem, gets up to hijinks. And she ends up being roommates with a friend who got dumped.
Missing people, suspension of reality needed, ghosts
Witch Way to Mintwood:
-Book number: 1 of 11 and counting
-Supernatural Mystery, Cozy Mystery, Ghost Mystery
-Witchy Fluff Mystery
- Paperback page count: 208
- Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N5HIGH5
Other Fun Stuff:
To Read or Not To Read (Again):
Bedside Bookshelf Donated Furniture Support
Rating out of five:
2.0 out of 5
Representation and Sexism Tests:
Do two female characters talk about something than a male character? YES
Are there fully actualized characters of color? NO
Ellen Willis Test:
Would two related characters still work to carry the story if their genders were reversed? YES
Mako Mori Test: YES
- Is there a female character? YES
- Does she get her own arc? YES
- Does it do anything but support a man’s story? YES
Sexy Lamp Test:PASS
Would the plot fall apart if the female character was replaced by a sexy looking lamp? YES
Vito Russo Test: FAIL
- Is there a character on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum? YES
- Are they a character beyond their orientation? KINDA?
- Do they affect the plot? NO
- Thoughts: It was good brain numbing fluff. Could be read in an afternoon. I might read more of the series, but I have other priorities much higher on the list.
- Smutty moments/smut review: none
- Favorite passage: don’t quite have one for this novel.
Was it Engaging Y/N?
Yes, no, at times/room for improvement, or had to fight through it.