Witch & Wizard
EVERYTHING. CHANGES. NOW.Imagine you wake up and the world around you-life as you know it-has changed in an instant. That's what has happened to Whit Allgood and his sister, Whisty. They went to sleep as normal teenagers, and woke up as wanted criminals. Accused of holding incredible powers... show more
EVERYTHING. CHANGES. NOW.Imagine you wake up and the world around you-life as you know it-has changed in an instant. That's what has happened to Whit Allgood and his sister, Whisty. They went to sleep as normal teenagers, and woke up as wanted criminals. Accused of holding incredible powers they'd never dreamed possible. And now, just how different they are-special, even-if just beginning to be revealed in a strange new world.It begins...now.
Publish date: December 14th 2009
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
Series: Witch & Wizard (#1)
This book is great for people who aren't sure about reading. The chapters are super short. I don't think there's a chapter that's over 5 pages! It really flies. It's a cool concept - New Order (new government) takes over and is eliminating all threats. This includes our two main characters. They are...
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 ...
I'm already banging my head on the table. First, Whit and Wisty? Really? Can't they be a bit more different? At least make them start with a different letter! It's confusing! Second, their POVs sound WAY too similar. Third, Wisty has earned so many facepalms. When she disappears and everybody's like...
I am an avid James Patterson fan, especially the Alex Cross novels, and Witch & Wizard is a definate departure from his usual works. The dystopian plot line was centered on a world in which the entire political and social systems that we know have collapsed. The New Order has taken control, destro...
I found this book as a free selection at Barnes and Noble. I'd never heard of James Patterson or Gabrielle Charbonnet, but I was attracted by the shiny cover. The book is described as both an excerpt and as book 1; I'd have to say it's more the former, but at 100 pages, it's a generous excerpt. For ...
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