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Physick Book is a first novel by American author Katherine Howe. Discovery reminds me of it in a way because of the academic setting, old documents and the paranormal aspect. No vampires, demons, etc, in Physick Book as there are in Discovery. The main character is a woman who is the descendant of a family of wisewomen/healers but is pursuing an advanced degree at a New England university. Although the books are by different authors and have different settings, they have some similarities in a good sense. Perhaps it is not available in Australia, where I see you live.
I am enjoying A Discovery of Witches so far. I am 12% done (I've got a Kindle and don't know how to page reference yet) so it is early in the book. I haven't found it impossible to put down, alas, but am enjoying the complexity of the main characters. I work in a library and really like that the beginning is set in a library at Oxford and involves a scholarly community. It seems that it is aimed at a more mature reader than the Twilight series.

Did you read The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane? I enjoyed that one.
I'd be glad to send it again. E-mail me your e-mail address (my address is, and I'll send you the download link for the e-book. I really don't want to post it publicly.



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