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Dorcas Good, The Diary of a Salem Witch

by Rose Earhart

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This book wasn't for me. A diary supposedly written (or, in this case, told by) a 4 year old girl was always going to be difficult to execute, and for me it didn't work. At no point did I get any sense how young Dorcas actually was, her actions and sensibilties were that of a much older child. Also, I found it disturbing to read how Dorcas was sexually abused by her father at the age of 4 and later passed around as a child prostitute. As far as I'm aware this is not based on a shred of fact and I find it unnecessary and offputting to include such a storyline. Wasn't what happened to Dorcas bad enough? ( )
  SabinaE | Jan 23, 2016 |
I love reading historical fiction...
  rfewell | Jan 27, 2009 |
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