Printz Honor winner Stephanie Hemphill uses evocative verse to weave a nuanced portrait of one of the most chilling and fascinating times in U.S. history. What start out as girls' games become a witch hunt in this fictionalized account of the Salem witch trials, told through the eyes of three young women living in 1692 Salem. "In subtle, spare first-person free-verse poems, the author skillfully demonstrates how ordinary people may come to commit monstrous acts. Haunting and still frighteningly relevant."-Kirkus Reviews, starred review
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