Publish date: October 2010
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Edition language: English
Series: Witch & Wizard (#2)
Imagine another world... one similar to your own. A parallel universe, where life is still full of friends and loves, school and sports, church and family. But then: Everything changes. Overnight. Because people aren't paying attention, something important is taken from society: Books, movies ...
Esta segunda parte de la saga W&W me mantuvo pegada al dichoso libro. He de reconocer que la edición anima mucho, son 400 páginas llenas de acción con la letra bastante grande. Si le sumas el la narración ágil, la sucesión frenética de acontecimientos y sus dramáticos desenlaces, resuelves que es un...
I may just be the wrong age for this but it just doesn't quite work for me. For me it reads like the Colour of Magic, trying very hard to be metatextual but in many ways failing to really be original with the texts. Whit and Wisty Allgood are trying to stay alive and in the process learn how their...
I knew exactly what to expect with this book so I’m not sure why I was so disappointed. This is the second book in the Witch and Wizard series which is one of James Patterson’s young adult series. I’ve read the Maximum Ride books which is very similar to this. I know to expect two page chapters, kid...
I kept wanting this series to get better but I'm not to impressed. Feels like a quickly written plot. Kept reading just cause I was invested.
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