The Hawkweed Legacy

The Hawkweed Legacy Poppy is discovering a purpose for her powers in Africa but she is haunted by a vision of her own death Taken in by a boy and his great grandmother a healer they vow to keep her safe even if that u

  • Title: The Hawkweed Legacy
  • Author: Irena Brignull
  • ISBN: 9781602863149
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Poppy is discovering a purpose for her powers in Africa, but she is haunted by a vision of her own death Taken in by a boy and his great grandmother, a healer, they vow to keep her safe even if that ultimately means holding her captive But Poppy never stops longing for Leo and, when she feels his magic begin to spark, she will do anything to be reunited with him.DesperatPoppy is discovering a purpose for her powers in Africa, but she is haunted by a vision of her own death Taken in by a boy and his great grandmother, a healer, they vow to keep her safe even if that ultimately means holding her captive But Poppy never stops longing for Leo and, when she feels his magic begin to spark, she will do anything to be reunited with him.Desperate to regain Poppy s trust and bring her home, Charlock embarks on a plan to reunite Leo with his mother What Charlock doesn t foresee are the string of consequences that she sets into motion that leave Ember all alone and prey to manipulation, the clan open to attack from other witches, Sorrel vulnerable to Raven s ghost, Betony determined to protect her son from his father s fate, and which leave both Leo and Poppy in terrible danger.

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  • The Hawkweed Legacy was breathtaking and addicting. The book was so beautiful and captivating I could not put it down.When I read the first book in this series, I liked it but it wasn't a book I would remember a year later. It was good, but it wasn't unique and memorable. This book was so much better. The characters and story becomes a lot more relatable and it truly becomes a unique story that I will definitely remember for a long time.This book starts off exactly where the last one ended. Popp [...]


  • I would like to thank netgalley and the publisher for allowing me to read this book in exchange for an honest review.I would not hesitate to recommend the Hawkwood Prophecy books to anyone who loves fantasy with passion woven throughout. This sequel was totally compelling and rather beautifully composed. The way so many characters draw the readers' compassion is remarkable because at times you are torn as to where your sympathies should lie. Poppy, Charlock, Betony, Leo, Ember and Sorrel all str [...]


  • Today the book I have to talk to you about is The Hawkweed Legacy by Irena Brignull. It is the second book in the The Hawkweed Prophecy series.This review will contain some spoilers for book one. If you have not read book one, you may not want to proceed with reading my review. Consider yourself warned.This book has a myriad of characters but the one that sticks out the most is Poppy. We learned in the previous book that Poppy grew up as a chaff (a normal human) when she is not one. She is, in f [...]


  • make you sure have a few boxes of Kleenex while reading this, ‘cause lord knows I needed some! it’s was so wonderfully sad. in this one we get more into Leo’s past, how he came to be and what exactly happened to his parents. since in the first book he was all but a mystery. and boy was it absolutely heartbreaking. we’re also given flashbacks to Betony’s and Charlock’s early lives in the coven, and the choices they’ve made that might’ve influence Ember, Poppy and Leo in the presen [...]


  • The Hawkweed LegacyByIrena BrignullWhat it's all aboutThe Hawkweed Legacy is the continuation of the Hawkweed Prophecy which I just finished prior to reading this book. I loved the first book and was just as excited to read this one. This book continues Poppy's story and Ember's story and Leo's story. But it delves deeper into the early lives of the key Witches in their livesRaven and Sorrel and Betony and Charlick. The author directs this story from past to present and beyond in a scary chillin [...]


  • UM SO I LOVED THIS MORE THAN THE FIRST. And I really enjoyed the first. This one just had so much more depth of families, motherhood, relationships, and just all the sacrifices. Like that's the best sentence you'll get out of me after finishing this - I am rubbish. But in reality, if you enjoy family sagas, pick this up (oh and witches, if you hate witches that's a huge part of this book too). I ADORE family books, and this one had so many parallels and Sorrel, oh my Sorrel just gets so much dee [...]



  • The Hawkweed Legacy by acclaimed screenwriter, Irena Brignull is book 2 of the Hawkweed Prophecy, and it continues on almost immediately on. Therefore, it's not one to start without reading book 1, at least in my opinion. I was looking forward to this series, only because I like the whimsical factor in the author's screen work. As a fantasy young adult fiction, which I do enjoy from time to time, I was easily taken by the author's beautiful prosaic writing from the get go. Her characters have mu [...]


  • This review and others can be found on my blog, Fine PrintE HAWKWEED LEGACY picks up right where its predecessor left off, with both Ember and Poppy aware of their respective lineages and reunited with their biological families. But not all those reunions are equally happy, and much of the story is spent exploring what it means to be coven, clan, or family. Poppy, Ember, and Leo alike all have to reconcile what their gifts – or lack thereof – mean for them and those they choose to call their [...]


  • It's been a long time since I enjoyed a fantasy series on witches, covens, clans and magic with spell books, potions and cauldrons. The Hawkweed Legacy, the sequel to The Hawkweed Prophecy (find my review here) was a startling surprise in the best way possible, it made me love this series and Irena's writing even more.The Hawkweed Legacy follows on from Poppy's story, as a child magically switched at birth she find herself finally in the arms of her birth mother and surroundings of where she is [...]


  • The story continues with issues of sisterhood, friendship and love that swirl about in this tale of witches.History of the mothers and their pasts is shared.The use of magic and creates some action packed scenes.


  • 2.5 stars. Review to come but I really didn't care for this. The writing is still lovely at least.


  • Quoting my ten-year old daughter: "It was brilliant. I loved the story and the characters, and I can't wait to read it all over again".



  • The second book in The Hawkweed Prophecy series, The Hawkweed Legacy, is here! Witches, clans, sisterhood and magic - this series is so wonderfully women-centric that I love it. In the first book, The Hawkweed Prophecy, the witches are looking for their new queen. If you haven't read this book yet, you might want to pick it up now and come back to this review because it's impossible to talk about book 2 without giving some secrets from book 1 away. Bookmark meIn this story, it's time for Poppy t [...]


  • Full review up on my blog: bit/2qrQDiDThis was a fun, quick, witchy read. Though there were elements that felt a little hastily thrown together (there is no explanation as to how magic works, it just does) but on the whole the story is quite enjoyable and I would say I had a good time reading it. I mean there were no mythical creatures of any kind so how can I be 100% happy but then again a girl can’t always get everything she wants.My Rating: 3/5 (nothing to write home about but I wouldn’t [...]


  • Finally the sequel to The Hawkweed Prophecy! My 12 year old daughter and I both enjoyed the first book immensely and have been waiting impatiently for the next book in the series. We definitely weren't disappointed. Beautifully written, once again we were immersed in a vivid story of friendship, love - and of course witchcraft - catching up with the cast of compelling characters. I was blinking back tears at the very end - I heartily recommend it! But read The Hawkweed Prophecy first!!


  • This was such a lovely and heart warming book! With exciting characters, a world you can't help but love and a story to make you cry in the best way, this is such a great read! FULL REVIEW: betweenthepages13.wordpress.c


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