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Do you believe in second chances? Do you believe that a man who’s made mistakes can change? Timothy Hutton is on the cusp of self-discovery. Will discovering what everyone else already knew, that he's a dirty rotten scoundrel, push him over the edge or inspire him to change his life. “The Sea Witch”, explores a devastating darkness and the journey of one man back from theDo you believe in second chances? Do you believe that a man who’s made mistakes can change? Timothy Hutton is on the cusp of self-discovery. Will discovering what everyone else already knew, that he's a dirty rotten scoundrel, push him over the edge or inspire him to change his life. “The Sea Witch”, explores a devastating darkness and the journey of one man back from the brink of self-destruction and the violence he subjected both himself and others to. Can love really heal his wounds and will it offer him an opportunity for redemption?...

Title : The Sea Witch
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ISBN : 15719234
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 122 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Sea Witch Reviews

  • Autumn
    2019-06-10 13:05

    I received this book to give an honest review.It was a decent read, pretty much the main character ends up changing his life after his wife leaves him. He buys his self a boat and travels the ocean to get away from his past pretty much. This author does have a talent for writing though I would like to see where he goes with horror more than the romance of things. You get a man, a boat, a woman later on and the open sea! It all makes for a short story which is a quick, quick read.

  • Brenda Perlin
    2019-06-11 07:05

    Redemption is possible and I believe this is one such story where a person can move forward and start over. Just do it better this time around. The emotional pull is there after the main character's marriage is fractured for good and he now has to figure out what he wants to do with his life and at the same time learn to forgive himself for the wrong he has done in his life. It shows you that it is never too late to change and we can improve upon ourselves if we are willing to do the work. This story was clearly written and easy to follow. I liked the adventure of sailing to mysterious destinations. It felt like an escape even though I feared there may be some circumstances to change a happy ending?I will have that fresh cup of coffee now and pass on the Roasted Iguana, thank you. :-)"Harming someone else was something he never wanted to do again. All it did was destroy trust and help to end the most beautiful thing in his life, his marriage."

  • Christoph Fischer
    2019-05-17 05:47

    "The Sea Witch" by Brian Bigelow is a very honest look at Timothy, a wife beater who decides to turn his life around, seek redemption and look for happiness in a simpler life. With the help of a boat he finds an escape from his former self and having reached a new healthy mindset before setting on the journey we sea his life take a new and better direction. The story is told in simple prose, making it all the more real and relate-able. Although it is a piece of fiction I felt Timothy was a close friend telling me his inner thoughts. The story is short and straightforward, a quick and delightful optimistic tale.

  • Wanda Hartzenberg
    2019-05-21 06:10

    This book is a 10 minute read at most.The story is about a man a boat and a woman who is forever out of reach.No not really, but yes, on the surface that is what it is about.The first person singular point of view makes it into a disconcerting read.It is also this that makes the impact of the story that much more dramatic.Read it, you wont regret it.WaAr

  • Lauren
    2019-06-01 05:49

    Timothy wakes up one morning to realize what a disaster his life has become. His wife has left him after being assaulted one too many times. Tim decides to sell everything and turn his life around. Turns out to be a cute romance story once he gets everything together! WaAR

  • Marla Watson
    2019-05-20 10:59

    This may be the worst book I've ever read. I should have guessed by the elementary looking cover with the horrible photoshop, but I decided to read it anyway since it was free. The writing is so horrible I starting asking myself why I was sticking with it.A man wakes up newly divorced and in just a mere 70+ pages has changed his life by buying a boat, meeting new woman, getting married and soon to be a dad. In between there's a lot of mind-blowing life decisions he makes and he accomplishes things in 2 pages that most of us mere mortals would take 6 months to do.With a vamped cover and a serious rewrite expanding this thing to maybe 5 times its current length, the author MIGHT be vindicated but right now I need brain bleach to scour any memories of this debacle.

  • Brian Bigelow
    2019-06-14 12:55