Rachel Griffin

The Nature of Witches coming June 1, 2021 from Sourcebooks Fire

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THE NATURE OF WITCHES

Set in a world where witches have long maintained the climate but are now losing control, Clara Densmore, an Everwitch whose magic is tied to all four seasons, is the world's only hope - despite a curse that could cost her everything.

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Rachel has a deep love of nature, from the mountains to the ocean and all the towering evergreens in between. She adores moody skies and thunderstorms, and hopes more vampires settle down in her beloved state of Washington. 

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“The Nature of Witches is a love letter to the earth. This lush, atmospheric book charmed me with its magic system, captured my heart with its swoony romance, and stole my breath with its gorgeous words. I want to wallpaper my home with Rachel Griffin’s sentences.”

Rachel Lynn Solomon, author of Today Tonight Tomorrow

The Nature of Witches is unlike anything I have read before. With its wholly original take on witches, thought-provoking commentary on climate change, and a swoony romance I would die for, Griffin has crafted a magnificent debut that will have readers on the edge of their seats. To put it simply — I’m obsessed with this book!”

Adalyn Grace, New York Times bestselling author of All the Stars and Teeth

“The forces of nature and magic blend perfectly in this masterfully told story. The Nature of Witches is one of the most well-developed magical worlds I’ve read in a long time. I couldn’t love this book more."

Shea Ernshaw, NYT bestselling author of The Wicked Deep and Winterwood

The Nature of Witches is a timely, thoughtful tale of the responsibilities we have to our planet and to one another. Griffin's well-developed world building and complex main character make for a read that will resonate deeply."

Christine Lynn Herman, author of THE DEVOURING GRAY duology