Are you a good witch or a bad witch?

In honor of Halloween and the new television show based on The Secret Circle books, the teen blog presents ten young adult novels featuring witches both good and bad.

Akata Witch by Nnedi Okorafor

Akata Witch

by Nnedi Okorafor

When Sunny's family moves to Nigeria, she learns that she has magical powers.

Bewitching Season by Marissa Doyle

Bewitching Season

by Marissa Doyle

During their first London season, twins Persephone and Penelope investigate the disappearance of their magic tutor while attempting to hide the fact that they are witches.

Green Witch by Alice Hoffman

Green Witch

by Alice Hoffman

Green has been the one the villagers turn to for aid, but she might need their help to find her best friend and one true love.

Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins

Hex Hall

by Rachel Hawkins

Sophie casts a spell on prom night that goes horribly wrong, and she is then exiled to Hex Hall, a reform school for witches, fairies, and shapeshifters.

The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab

The Near Witch

by Victoria Schwab

Lexi lives on an enchanted moor, and she attempts to solve the mystery of missing children after a mysterious boy is suspected of the crimes.

Once a Witch by Carolyn MacCullough

Once a Witch

by Carolyn MacCullough

Tamsin grew up in a family of witches believing that she has no magical powers; however, when her beautiful, older sister is taken by a rival, Tamsin discovers her destiny.

Unfamiliar Magic by R.C. Alexander

Unfamiliar Magic

by R.C. Alexander

Desi secretly uses her mother's spellbook with unexpected results.

Witch & Wizard by James Patterson

Witch & Wizard

by James Patterson

Witsy and her brother Whit are put in prison for unknown reason, and they then discover that they have supernatural abilities.

Witch Eyes by Scott Tracey

Witch Eyes

by Scott Tracey

Braden has witch eyes which give him great power, and he becomes caught between two feuding witch dynasties.

Witchlanders by Lena Coakley

Witchlanders

by Lena Coakley

After his mother's prediction comes true, Ryder embarks on a quest to the mountains.

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