There is one thing that strikes me about The Memory Witch, and that is the way it echos V.C. Andrews My Sweet Audrina. The tragicness of Quinn's life will break your heart on one hand, cheer for her the next, then fear for what is to become of her.
Wood does a great job making Quinn believable with her normal hopes and fears that all teenagers feel. I felt like Quinn would be a great friend.
Stella, the witch, seems like equal parts love and hate. She isn't evil, but she isn't good either. At times, she reminded me of a prickly pear.
Mason, while mysterious, is just what Quinn needs.
I can't wait to read the next in this series. Great read.