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Witch Eyes (Witch Eyes, #1) - Community Reviews back

by Scott Tracey
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Book Chelle
Book Chelle rated it 6 years ago
Posted on Dark Faerie Tales.I’ve heard great things about Scott Tracey’s Witch Eyes. In a world of popular young adult fiction, Witch Eyes stands out, to me. Tracey builds a dynamic world, filled with strong characters and an even stronger plot. With many supernatural, action, and suspenseful elemen...
Nina @ Death Books and Tea
Nina @ Death Books and Tea rated it 6 years ago
Review: Braden has Witch Eyes-he is able to see all the magic, feelings, and generally everything in the world. After hearing Uncle John talk about Belle Dam, he is drawn there, to find out about the family he's not known. There, he finds two feuding families, the Lansings and the Thorpes, who both ...
Zoraida Cordova Likes Books
Zoraida Cordova Likes Books rated it 6 years ago
Wonderfully strange magics and a heartbreaking love story. Life's a witch...
Second Bookses
Second Bookses rated it 6 years ago
Honestly, were it not for the recommendation of a friend, I'd never have picked up Scott Tracey's Witch Eyes; the plot didn't seem that out of the ordinary. Boy with super-witchy powers has a vision that the uncle who's served as his guardian will be harmed if he stays with him, so he hies off to th...
elspeth's ephemeral musings
elspeth's ephemeral musings rated it 7 years ago
I really liked the story dont get me wrong but the ending just petered out, I am left with a feeling of that was it?I know there will be a next one and I will read it but I hope it flows like the begining of this book and not feel forced togheter like the end.
bookishlyanna
bookishlyanna rated it 7 years ago
3.5I think my expectations for this book were a little bit too high. Don't get me wrong, I really liked this book, but it didn't quite blow me away like I hoped it would. The main reason I bought this book was because I rarely see YA fantasy books in the LGBT category, so I grabbed this one as soon ...
Books With Bite
Books With Bite rated it 7 years ago
I really liked this book! Filled with lots of magic, witches, and betrayals, I loved reading it. What I really enjoyed about this book is the great mystery of it. Mr. Tracey lead the reader to dark places, where secrets were revealed. And me likey secrets! I love that the reader, learned the secrets...
isamlq
isamlq rated it 7 years ago
I have had my fill of girls going swoony over mysterious boys, so of late I’ve been picking up one YA after another with boy protagonists. I haven’t regretted my decision so far. From Anna Dressed in Blood to Ward Against Death, everything that’s passed my hands have been winners in their own right....
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