Witch World

Witch World by Christopher Pike
Christopher Pike
Simon and Schuster
Release Date:
Nov-13-2012

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9

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young adult

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Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer  MPark
Jessie never expected anything out of the ordinary to happen when she and her friends went to Vegas for the weekend after graduation. She didn't expect to meet Russ, who was enchanting and strangely amazing at blackjack. She didn't expect for the love of her life to come back to her with strange reasons for leaving. In the night lights of Vegas, Jessie is launched into a new world, where people with powers are everywhere. But she didn't expect to be a part of Witch Worlds biggest conspiracy. Will Jessie make it out the way she was before or will she become a new person completely?

The concept of this book was really good. The characters were developed very well. You could easily see Jessie's struggles throughout the whole book. I also really liked that this was written in first person. This aspect helped the book a lot. This book will keep you guessing the whole time. The only part I did not like was how the world was shown to Jessie, it was confusing. I recommend this book to people who like magic and adventure.

This book has quite a few innuendos and cuss words.

Reviewer Age:15

Reviewer City, State and Country: Denver, CO United States

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