Here is a list of 10 best books about witches, witchcraft and even witch-hunting. Some of these are fiction, some are based on real events
This classic play by Miller fictionalizes the gruesome witch hunt of Salem, Massachusetts in 1692.
In this semi autobiographical book, the narrator embarks on a train journey through the trans Siberian railway of Russia.
This first English epic is one of England’s biggest Renaissance classics. It follows the propounding of Elizabeth I’s glory.
In the late seventeenth century Lancashire, Roger Nowell interrupts the meeting of thirteen women and wonders if they are witches.
A midwife, Alice, is accused of witchcraft when she promises the multiple miscarriage sufferer to deliver a safe and healthy baby.
This children’s classic portrays witches as children hating creatures who are vile and gruesome.
Set in a multiverse, the series follows the life of an orphan named Lyra. Her soul manifests as her companion animal.
This nonfiction book explores the history of witchcraft and provides a fascinating account of how to unlock the witchy ‘magick’ within.
The residents of Protectorate have an annual tradition to leave a baby at the doorstep of a forest witch as a sacrifice to protect the others.
This is a compendium of actual accounts of living witches throughout time and through space, from Medieval Europe to Colonial America.
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