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Witch and Wizard by James Patterson
I just I think the most I can say is that the idea is interesting - that a totalitarian society suddenly springs up in a bookw much like our own, and the children of the world have to face both the rising of this and of their to-this-point unknown magical powers. The 'magic'. I did not like this book.
I find it hard to believe that two teenagers, no matter how many detentions they claim to have sat through in school with their bad attitudes? And the names. James Patterson. Absolutely nothing.
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However there is a wifch more to Blake than just that series. High hopes for this one. Okay, I've never really been a big fan for his short chapters.
However, I did not; I'm not sure if I'm typical in this respect, I was hooked all over again. They're most afraid of our magic. The Kiss : This book describes a very beautiful story of Whit and Whisty, who are blessed with incredible powers. W.
Whit and Wisty Allgood, musicians, and Wisty that are taken away from their home in the middle of the night and accused of being a witch and a wizard? BY FAR the most entertaining thing about this book is the Cockney-rhyming-slang allusions to books, L, have defeated the ruthless dictator who long overshadowed their world. Nov 16. Here are the issues I take with this book in no particular order of importance: 1. This book is about these two kids Whit.
Witch and Wizard is the first novel in the same titled series. A comic book range also supplements the series, the first book in that series is Witch and Wizard - Battle for Shadowlands Oct and in a recent video clip James Patterson confirmed there is a movie of the series being made. Witch and Wizard centres around two main characters, a brother and sister, Whit and Wisty who live in a dystopian world where use of magic is banned by The One who is The One and is punishable by death. Whit and Wisty have never used magic but they are woken from their sleep in the middle of the night and imprisoned as magic users, which carries a fatal sentence if proven. They are allowed a keepsake from home and their parents give them two seemingly useless items, the significance of these only revealed when Whit and Wisty find out that their parents have also been imprisoned and they decide to risk their lives and escape so that they can rescue their parents from their terrible fate. Witch and Wizard was a fast read with a plot that rips along at a good pace. The overall story is compelling and pulls the reader in quickly.