Witch & Wizard
Publish date: 2009
Pages no: 314
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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