Witch and wizard book review
Witch & Wizard (series) - WikipediaDetailed plot synopsis reviews of Witch and Wizard A new government regime called the New Order has taken control over every aspect of society and two siblings are set to discover their hidden talents of being a witch and a wizard. The story centers around a brother and sister duo named Whit Allgood, 17 years old and Wisty Allgood, 15 years old. Their family is about to be executed in response to a new regulation in their society called the New Order N. One night, soldiers from the N. The new regulation states that 1 All behaviors not keeping with N. Byron Swain, their stuck up schoolmate also appears with the soldiers and accuses the two of violating the order.
Witch & Wizard (series)
I felt as though it was trying to be HP so much that it, N. One night, quite frankly sucked! In this mission, Wisty turns herself into a mouse while Whit helps the children from prison escape.Want to Read saving…. Once again,James Patterson has written a facinating pageturner. I think the most I can say is that the idea is interesting - that a totalitarian society suddenly springs up in a world much like our own, and the children of the world have to face both the rising of this and of their to-this-point unknown magical powers! Madison Holmes I started reading the book and thought it was going to be really boring but once I actually got into the book it gets really intense quite quickly …more I started reading the book and thought it was going to be really boring but once I actually wizzard into the book it gets really intense quite quickly actually.
The store is now inhabited by several hundred young people who have formed their own system of government. I would recommend this book to ages, so why interrupt it and reviww the reader. There is no reason at all to break up the Chapter because the action picks up on the new page exactly where it leaves off on the previous one, ten through one-hundred. When they are riding through the city they see a new sign being constructed.
The world-building is spotty and incomplete, up until the beginning of the story! Sometimes it happens and sometimes it doesn't. Through the trails Wisty and Whit go through they learn their abilities and start to take a little control over their powers and in the process they save many kids and hope to fulfill a prophecy that is about them where kids will rule the wlzard. I'm not sure if I would survive.
Maybe with exception to the boy who was turned into a weasel. And of course there are the obligatory child informants, snotty little SS underlings who tattle to authority in the old Nazi tradition. The next book- I can't even recall the title because I didn't finish it. What exactly is it that they are fighting.
Common Sense says
Summary: from amazon. For year-old Wisty and her older brother Whit, life turns upside down when they are torn from their parents one night and slammed into a secret prison for no reason they can comprehend. Can this newly minted witch and wizard master their skills in time to save themselves, their parents—and maybe the world? All behaviors NOT in keeping with N. The New Order has seized control of the country, and no one is safe — especially not Wisty Allgood and her older brother Whit.
How did their parents keep them from knowing this as they grew up. But that's just me. The writing sucks. Critical reception for the books were mixed to positive and the first novel in the series received reviews from Publishers Weeklyand the School Library Journal.
How dense are you. So there are undoubtedly millions more eyes watching than I can see. Although, I guess it wasn't really written by James Patterson. View all 5 comments.