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- Book 4 of 5 in Witch & Wizard series (5 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
The topic and conversations were beyond childish. I just wanted the book to end. Situations were too easily solved. The entire thing felt predictable. Not only that, but Wisty's relationship rubbed me the wrong way. I also felt the characters were extremely judgmental and whinny.
I am just glad I finished it, but I do think it should be targeted at the younger readers.
Some of it was very good and some of it was head-shakingly not so good. The insta-love between Wisty and Heath drove me insane. It is a YA cliché that I abhor. It colored the entire rest of the story for me. Based on the previously established relationship between Wisty and her brother Whit, I have a hard time believing that he would have just let that go as he seemed to.
The action and the intensity of that aspect was good. There were parts that had me on the edge of my seat. There were also times when I was so frustrated with the "good" characters that I was on the verge of losing my mind.
Things to love...
--The action and the intrigue.
Things I wanted more/less of...
--Less companion writers.
I will read the next book, but I am truly hoping that the use of companion writers stops. I think his work is much better on his own.
This review originally appeared on my blog, [...]
Know The Self.
Illusions Trick The Eyes,
But Not The Inner Eye.
-The Second Truth-
Know The Family.
Trust Is Not Truth;
It Is But A Flickering Flame.
-The Third Truth-
Know Light From Dark.
Magic Is Not Equal To Righteousness.
A Wizard May Destroy Or Save.
A City Hangs In The Balance.
-from the first page
The Fire was the final book in the original Witch & Wizard trilogy. It wrapped up things nicely. So, going into this book, Whit & Wisty and the entire city are all celebrating the end of the evil dictator The One. But, of course things can't stay happy or there wouldn't be a story. There is a new threat, the Wizard King on the mountain. And there is a new government. A council made up of 17 men & women and 17 kids including Wisty & Whit. The head of the council, General Bloom is also a problem. He wants to control things and takes his newfound power too far. The Wizard King has cut off the city's water supply and children have been vanishing from the city. Whit takes off on a peaceful mission to the mountain to negotiate with the Wizard King. And Wisty chooses to stay behind with a mysterious wizard named Heath.
I enjoyed this book. It seemed totally separate from the original trilogy, with new locations and characters popping up that we never heard of before. But, it is another exciting adventure for Whit & Wisty. She is a difficult character to like because she is so hot-headed and always flying off the handle (not a good thing when you can't control your magic and you start fires). But I get her. She seems to fall really fast for this new wizard (Heath) without too much hesitation considering she doesn't really know him. But I guess that's young love in the wizard world.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Part of a five book (so far) series. Very well written, interesting, fantasy tale.Published 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
Very intriguing and magical the struggle to keep loved ones safe from the hardships in the world of magicians and those without magic.Published 1 month ago by Tuesday
This book was probably the best book I have read. It left me reading until three a.m. without realizing it. James Patterson couldn't do any better.Published 2 months ago by Brandon Scott Fricke
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