I'll admit it. I'm trash when it comes to books about witches. If there are witches in it I want to read the book. So the title got my attention and as a bonus the cover is really pretty. Sadly I was disappointed with this book. I made it 72% of the way through before I decided to put it down.
The perspectives were odd and honestly I don't feel the second one was necessary since it didn't really add anything to the story. It wasn't until about halfway in when I was sure that the second perspective was about an older Tea talking to someone. It went back and forth and each perspective was clear. Tea as a young girl learning how to be a Bone Witch was in regular text while the older Tea was in italics.
Despite Tea being the main character it just didn't feel like she was the main character. Nothing much really happened. This is an interesting world but nothing was really explained. Everyone wears their heart in a heartglass. It kind of works like a mood ring since it shows how people are feeling. It seems like most of the people can perform some kind of magic so when Tea accidentally brings her brother back from the dead at his funeral she gets outed as a Bone Witch. She goes to train as an asha and her brother Fox goes with her because he's her familiar. Yeah that wasn't exactly explained and it seems that Deathseekers are the guy version of a Bone Witch. Since there was confusion and not much was happening I made the decision to not finish it and I won't be picking up the sequel.