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Witch & Wizard: The Fire (Witch and Wizard) - Community Reviews back

by James Patterson, Jill Dembowski
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Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 5 years ago
Welcome to your worst nightmare, or maybe one you can't even imagine. A world where everything has changed. There are no books, no movies, no music, no free speech. Everyone under eighteen is distrusted. You and your family could be taken away and imprisoned at any time. Your very being is expendabl...
The Caffeinated Diva reads...
The Caffeinated Diva reads... rated it 5 years ago
I have enjoyed this series, told from the alternating points of view of Wisty and Whit. The two are leading the Resistance against The One Who is The One and the bleak world that he and his regime have created. Just about everything that is beautiful and soul-stirring has been stripped away... bo...
Literary Beauty
Literary Beauty rated it 6 years ago
You’re allowed to be ignorant and naive the first book...I'll give you a pass the second installment...but now, it's getting bothersome, annoying and tiresome and when my ERS starts to kick in so bad my eye sockets start to hurt, I just have to put the book down and walk away...
Please feed the BOOKWORM!
Please feed the BOOKWORM! rated it 6 years ago
Ok really???? Where are we going with this??
Bookaholic-ness~
Bookaholic-ness~ rated it 7 years ago
That was awesome.I'm just so glad I decided to read this book at all and ignore all the negative reviews it got. Book 1 was okay. Book 2 was better. And now this. KLJFKLDJSDLKSFJDSFJKLSDJL:SDFJDSKSJDF:SDKLFJDSKL:FJSD It was fabulous. The first page is action-packed already. Well that apparently is b...
Tessa's Blog
Tessa's Blog rated it 7 years ago
This is the last book in the Witch and Wizard triology. The series is about two kids (Wisty and Whit) and how their worlds change overnight. They are kidnapped and accused of being magical. Wisty specializes in turning herself into a human torch. Whit is a healer. They go to prison alot and become l...
heatherbooth
heatherbooth rated it 7 years ago
I was very disappointed in this. I love James Patterson and have read almost everything he's ever written. The story was decent, but once it got towards the end it got very messy, as if he had a page limit and was trying to fit in the rest of the story before he ran out of paper. I doubt I'll be ...
Karin's Book Nook
Karin's Book Nook rated it 8 years ago
Whit and Wisty are on the run. Danger is around every corner with the New Order police on the lookout. Their pictures are posted everywhere making it difficult to blend in. Whit’s magic is running low and Wisty is in the last stages of the Blood Plague. Whit has to find somewhere to hide and somewa...
Karin's Book Nook
Karin's Book Nook rated it 8 years ago
Whit and Wisty are violently taken from their house in the middle of the night and thrown into jail with many other children. Their family (the Allgoods) are being accused of being magical - Whit being a wizard and Wisty, a witch. The news is a shock to the brother and sister since their parents nev...
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