The Witch of Ballyvale

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What do people fear? The unknown, the ruling classes, or individualism? Aged four, Mags Rose was plucked from her home that was alien to her and placed in a world where she would grow to be an individual, strong in her beliefs and values. Others fear her, wishing to dominate, and wanting her submission to the norms of society. She stands firm.
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Ben Kesp is a published author, writer, teacher and brand name who lives in Ireland. For Ben, creativity is the freedom of expression allowing his imagination to have no bounds. Every individual has the right to read, express and communicate. Reading and writing are powerful; entertaining, educating and enlightening us. The role of imagination is still as important today as it was in the time of our ancestors. The act of storytelling forms an integral part of our complex cultures. For more information check out

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Gabriel Woods reviewed on on June 16, 2016

The Witch Of Ballyvale is a very thought provoking book. Ben explores the issues of individuality through his characters, how being considered different can have disastrous implications. It is also a fast paced book and the action begins at page one. A book well worthy of five stars.
Gabriel Woods
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