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A Witch to Live (Damned and Cursed Book 2) by [Bullion, Glenn]
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Length: 265 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 725 KB
  • Print Length: 265 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1477527478
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: February 27, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007ERUITK
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As soon as I picked this Urban Fantasy up I was glued to my kindle until I finished it. The story takes place in the same crazy world as Demonspawn. While Kevin is no Alex, our protagonist is still pretty awesome and watching his romance develop with the strong-willed love interest was pretty entertaining.

Kevin is a witch, meaning everyone in the supernatural community wants him dead. He'll have to learn about his powers at a breakneck speed if he wants to survive and protect those he cares about. He'll make allies and enemies and save the day more than once. It's a wild ride from start to finish, and the ending wasn't disappointing in the least.
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I was very happy to find a new book by Glenn Bullion and even happier to see some characters from an earlier work were along for the ride in this book.And a good ride it is, too. Kevin Mishnar believes he is a normal person, except he can heal himself and others with water. Orphaned very early and also loosing his adoptive parents in his teens, he and his sister develop a very close relationship, to the point that both have few friends. That changes when Kevin meets up with Rachel, a girl that he healed in the first grade after she fell out of a tree. As their relationship develops and his power becomes more evident, it is revealed that he is far more than just a healer, he is a witch! Unfortunately, the rest of the supernatural world fears witches because of the vast power they control.How he wins over Vampire Victoria and the rest makes for a very interesting story.

I very much enjoy Mr. Bullion's writing style and have read all his other books. I hope to read more about Kevin, Victoria, Rachel and Alex in the very near future.
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I'll start out by saying I enjoyed this book, I bought it because I loved Demonspawn by the same author. But here is my problem with it, there are too many similarities between the two books. Warning, mild spoilers ahead.
The heroes of the books are both adopted, both love working out and are muscular, both have beautiful blonde sisters, both meet their future love interests after a school yard incident, both go on a road trip with their love interests and find someone that knows about their past, both learn more about their abilities and both learn from the person of the violent death of their birth parents. The inclusion of the vampire, Victoria, just reinforces the feelings of deja vu even though I enjoyed reading about her again.
I enjoyed this book, but I would have enjoyed it more if there hadn't been so many similarities.
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What I would have liked to know before I bought this book.

(Spoiler Warning) A particular criticism requires an explanation and, thus, spoilers. The area is thoroughly labeled so readers have the option of skipping it.

1. What type of book is it: adventure, action, drama, etc? This is a supernatural/superhero urban fantasy origin story. This is not an action book, though it does have action.

2. What is the story about, in general? The story is about Kevin and Rachel. Kevin is figuring out what he is while Rachel provides dubious warmth and support.

3. What/Who is the target audience? The book targets teenage boys. It, slightly, touches young adults as well, but not by much.

4. How is the proofreading? I didn't notice spelling errors, but at some point I stopped caring if there were any. I was too disinterested.

5. Is there character development or exploration? Rachel has character evolution while Kevin has character exploration. The problem is that there are so many pacing issues with this story that I couldn't really immerse myself in Kevin and Rachel's relationship. I was too irritated.

6. Are the characters likable? Kevin and Kristin are likable. Kristin is a bit of a closet pervert, which I found a little daring and funny. Kevin feels ... limited, stunted, but with potential. Rachel starts out with certain merits and also manipulative and opportunistic. Heck, one of the book's drama points is focused around 'her plan' not working out as she wanted. Later on she's written as grateful. I didn't feel much for her, though. I also didn't feel much for -any- of the other characters. Their roles don't really support the protagonists too well. Bad character support gives rise to my issues in #7 and #8.

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By Vin P. on March 15, 2012
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I had just finished the Demonspawn and really enjoyed it, so decided to read another one of Mr. Bullion's books. I decided on A Witch to Live and I was not disappointed. I really enjoyed it and so highly recommend it. He keep things moving and keeps the reader entertained. I like his writing style and I am looking forward to starting another one of his books. I have already purchased Mind Slide and will start on that one next. I did notice that Dead living is not available any longer. I wonder why? If it was available for the Kindle I would grab that one up as well.
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I have rarely enjoyed a book as much. but after reading this novel and reading his other two, I have to say I hold them all in equal esteem.Glen Bullion's got some serious chops here folks, and I can't imagine him writing anything I wouldn't snap up and read immediately. I feel like a stalker since I've been checking his site far too regularly, knowing full well that books just don't fall off trees. But I like to stay up on writers I like a lot. An observer couldn't be blamed if it appeared to them as if I believed that by shaking Glen Bullion's website hard enough, I expect a book to fall out eventually. I don't really. But it would be nice.
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