Wayward Witch (Brooklyn Brujas) (Hardcover)
From the author of The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina:
The witches of New York are back! In the epic conclusion to the award-winning series, the final Mortiz sister's story is told. Infused with Latin American tradition—the Brooklyn Brujas series follows three sisters—and brujas—as they develop their powers and battle magic in their hometown and worlds beyond.
Rose Mortiz has always been a fixer, but lately she's been feeling lost. She has brand new powers that she doesn't understand, and her family is still trying to figure out how to function in the wake of her amnesiac father's return home. Then, on the night of her Deathday party, Rose discovers her father's memory loss has been a lie.
As she rushes to his side, the two are ambushed and pulled through a portal to the land of Adas, a fairy realm hidden in the Caribbean Sea. There Rose is forced to work with a group of others to save Adas. Soon, she begins to discover the scope of her powers, the troubling truth about her father's past, and the sacrifices he made to save her sisters. But if Rose wants to return home so that she can repair her broken family, she must figure out how to heal Adas first.
Brooklyn Brujas Series:
Labyrinth Lost (Book 1): Alex's story—set in the mythical fantasy world of Los Lagos
Bruja Born (Book 2): Lula's story—urban fantasy set on the streets of Brooklyn
Wayward Witch (Book 3): Rose's story—set in the magical fairy realm of Adas
Perfect for those looking for:
- A fantasy witch series
- Latinx books
- Dark fairy tales
- Young adult fantasy
- Books about sisters
"Córdova's conclusion to the award-winning "Brooklyn Brujas" series offers readers the plot-driven, thrilling fantasy tale they have come to expect...A fast-paced adventure fantasy story infused with Latin American traditional elements." — School Library Journal, Starred Review
"Infusing her story with Latinx traditions and characters, Córdova beautifully wraps up the series through the self-assured narration of a 15-year-old girl who finds herself as she learns to control her powers. Readers new to the series will find the book easy to follow and discover much to love in the immersive, diverse world of the close-knit Mortiz family." — Kirkus Reviews
"Córdova interweaves details of the brujería and Latinx culture that will resonate with fans and intrigue newcomers...this latest entry is full of surprises, as well as the meticulously detailed creatures and settings that series fans have come to adore." — Booklist