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by James Patterson
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Blondie and Read
Blondie and Read rated it 4 years ago
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...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 6 years ago
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 ...
Fangirls Ahead!
Fangirls Ahead! rated it 6 years ago
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...
The Caffeinated Diva reads...
The Caffeinated Diva reads... rated it 6 years ago
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...
B. Morris Allen
B. Morris Allen rated it 7 years ago
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 ...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 7 years ago
The story is split between Whit and Wisty Allgood a brother and sister who live in a totalatarian state that bans almost everything, except what's approved and whats really approved is the cult of The One. The One who is The One is the head of this group and he has strange power over people. Power...
My Own Little Corner
My Own Little Corner rated it 8 years ago
My reaction to this book was, REALLY? I understand it is a narrative tool when the main characters don't know what is happening so the reader can learn along with the characters. I do beleive there is no way a government could be completely over thrown, a new one put into place, new vocabulary and r...
Bookaholic-ness~
Bookaholic-ness~ rated it 8 years ago
I learned one thing from reading this book: Never trust other people on their book opinions.Yeah. When my sister read this book, she was like, 'I don't like it' and that just sort of discouraged me from reading this book any sooner. And I don't know what made me decide that it was about time to read...
BeyondBooks28
BeyondBooks28 rated it 8 years ago
Plot: 5 out of 5 Character: 5 out of 5 Setting: 4 out of 5 Cover: 2 out of 5 Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 MY THOUGHTS:**Contains SPOILERS ** Let me just start by saying that I had no expectations going into this book and I barely knew anything about the plot. First, let us talk about the plot. I...
A Glo-Worm Reads
A Glo-Worm Reads rated it 8 years ago
For some reason I really enjoy how James Patterson make his chapters so short. There is always something interesting that happens in each chapter and since they are so short they fly by. His novels tend to be page turners for me, Witch & Wizard was no exception. I read it relatively fast, and enjoye...
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