Series: Salt

Average Rating: 4


Review: Salt by Danielle Ellison

Posted 24 June, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Salt by Danielle Ellison

“He pulls out the chair next to mine, and it scratches across the floor. I glare at him. I hate when people encroach on my space. ‘Plus, were else can I be in the presence of such an incredible amount of snark?’” “‘My name is Carter and you are Pen—’ ‘I’m not Pen—’ I say over him. ‘—and we are meant to be together.’” I don’t often get to read novels about witches and such, so when I saw this synopsis I got very excited about all the possibilities! “‘See you around.’ ‘See me tomorrow,’ he says. I stop walking. ‘What?’ He moves to fill some of the space between us. Not too close, but close enough that it makes me want to run in the other direction. ‘I keep seeing you, and I don’t think coincidences are real.’” Salt follows Penelope, a member of a witch coven. But Penelope has a secret—years ago, a demon stole her magic so she’s been borrowing magic from her family. If anyone outside of their family knew she would basically be exiled. So it was a secret that she had to keep—especially if she was going to find a way to trap the demon and get her magic back. Then Penelope meets Carter and she finds that she can borrow his magic too. So she basically enlists him on her quest but the […]