Dark Witch Themes & Motifs

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Embracing Your Identity

Throughout her life, Iona Sheehan has always felt like an outsider. She was raised by indifferent parents who may have loved her, but never really bothered to tell her or show her. If they wanted her to do well in life or be safe in abrupt move to Ireland, they never bothered to mention it. As a result, Iona has grown to be a somewhat clingy, socially awkward adult. The only adult who ever showed Iona any affection was her grandmother, Nan, who was the first to tell Iona that she was a witch. As soon as Iona heard that there were more people like her in Ireland, she decided to move there, search out her family, and make a new life for herself. As soon as she arrives in Ireland, Iona feels like she belongs, and when she meets her cousins, Branna and...

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