“The second book in the Vengeance Trilogy”



We heard Sarah’s story of pain and loss; now it’s Rebecca’s turn. Salem has returned. Can Rebecca stop it or will the witches forever rule?

It’s 15 years after Sarah killed Hecate. The survivors of the battle have taken refuge in the woods with the Miamik tribe. They thought that after Hecate was dead life would return to normal. But after they finally get back to normal, another Salem strikes. The witches are back, and this time they’re taking a couple lives with them.

An excellent follow-up to Salem’s Vengeance. Salem’s Fury didn’t disappoint. Galvin does a wonderful job portraying the character’s feelings and emotion. Also, the dialogue and setting stay true to the time period. Salem’s Fury can be interpreted as a girl fighting to find her true identity, buried both in the pain of her past and future. Once again Galvin has presented us with a brilliant story that sucks you in.

I recommend this book to anybody ages 11+ that enjoys historical fiction, coming-of-age stories, or just plain YA fiction. I give Salem’s Fury 5/5 stars for the excellent narrative and writing. I love the way it makes you feel like you are there experiencing it as it happens. I hope more books will come so we can continue the adventure with the Kelly/Campbell family.


Reviewed by:

Makenzie Allred, aged 12.

Added 11th April 2015