[Epub] ↠ The Gift (Witch & Wizard, #2) Author James Patterson – Survivingtheholocaust.us

The Gift (Witch & Wizard, #2) Epub The Gift Witch Wizard, 2 Author James Patterson Thomashillier.co.uk Ever Since Whit And Wisty Allgood Were Cruelly Torn From Their Home And Family In The Middle Of The Night, The Soldiers Of A Brutal Totalitarian Government Have Relentlessly Tried To Capture And Execute Them For Collusion, Conspiracy, And Experimentation With The Dark And Foul Arts But This Increasingly Skilled Witch And Wizard Have Boldly Spearheaded The Fight Against The Wicked Regime Of The New Order And Its Systematic Destruction Of Music, Art, Books, And Imagination Now The Villainous Leader Of The New Order Is Just A Breath Away From The Ability To Control The Forces Of Nature And To Manipulate His Citizens On The Most Profound Level Imaginable Through Their Minds There Is Only One Thing He Needs To Triumph In His Evil Quest The Gifts Of Whit And Wisty Allgood And He Will Stop At Nothing To Seize Them.In This Second Installment Of James Patterson S Epic Witch Wizard Series, Whit And Wisty S Heart Pounding Adventures Through The Overworld And Shadowland Lead To A Jaw Dropping Climax And Conclusion.

[Epub] ↠ The Gift (Witch & Wizard, #2)  Author James Patterson – Survivingtheholocaust.us
  • Paperback
  • 340 pages
  • The Gift (Witch & Wizard, #2)
  • James Patterson
  • English
  • 11 September 2017
  • 0316038350

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ The Gift (Witch & Wizard, #2) Author James Patterson – Survivingtheholocaust.us


  1. says:

    Hah This is good Noattempted romance y crap Back to the real action and grit This is what I ve been waiting for EDIT Now that I ve finished itCOULD IT GET ANY MORE AMAZING THIS is the James Patterson I know and love, with all his plot twists and awesome charactesr.


  2. says:

    So this book it s just bad Please don t get worked up over my opinion I liked the first book Really, I did But in general, Mr P s writing seems like it s gone down the tube The Max Ride books after the third one, Daniel X, and now Witch and Wizard.I m not going to annoy you with a boring summary, you should know it by now Issue 1 dialogue and writing The dialogue is stiff, like they are bad actors with bad scripts with a bad director in a bad movie Because that is how JP writes So this book it s just bad Please don t get worked up over my opinion I liked the first book Really, I did But in general, Mr P s writing seems like it s gone down the tube The Max Ride books after the third one, Daniel X, and now Witch and Wizard.I m not going to annoy you with a boring summary, you should know it by now Issue 1 dialogue and writing The dialogue is stiff, like they are bad actors with bad scripts with a bad director in a bad movie Because that is how JP writes like it s a movie One moment they could be using the word loquatious, the next OMGWTF With the writing, it s the kind of overused metaphors I used to write in the sixth grade The kind that is in every one of his teen books and gives you a literal image It s a bit irritating Thanks for thinking we re stupid, Mr P.Issue 2 inconsistensies, randomness, and him thinking that we are inside his mind So they re running away from the ...


  3. says:

    The original book got 4 stars from me, but this sequel only gets 2 First of all, why am I getting an ARC to a James Patterson sequel Perhaps it s not selling as well as his other series This book is really Witch Wizard all over again there s not that much changed in the way of plot, characterization or, well, anything unlike, say, the Hunger Games trilogy, which does have some set pieces but you do see character growth and a story arc It s definitely out of the Patterson factory and The original book got 4 stars from me, but this sequel only gets 2 First of all, why am I getting an ARC to a James Patterson sequel Perhaps it s not selling as well as his other series This book is really Witch Wizard all over again there s not that much changed in the way of plot, characterization or, well, anything unlike, say, the Hunger Games trilogy, which does have some set pieces but you do see character growth and a story arc It s definitely out of the Patterson factory and suffers ...


  4. says:

    This one was better than the first I wonder if the next one is even better than this and obviously the first A series that starts off bad only to get betterbetter by every book That would be interesting Wisty is getting to be a better character in this one Her brother Whit is still annoying me.


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I am confused about this series I have looked at websites and read other reviews, and so far the feedback seems to be rather positive I guess there are just some books you don t like It s just unusual, because I m usually in sync with other people, but this time I can t be further away I really, really do not like these books this book specifically I think with Witch and Wizard, it was new and somewhat enjoyable I was hoping the s...


  6. says:

    I thought that this book was just as good if not better than the first book in the series The book was easy to comprehend and continued to keep me interested all throughout the book.I do think that you should read the first book of the series before you read this one because it will make a lotsense to you and catch you up on what is going on My favorite character in this book is Whit because even though he is strong and buff he still can be emotional and help with problems He wants to ...


  7. says:

    I didn t read the first book in the series, so that s undoubtedly a big part of why I found it hard to care about the characters But I just found them to be somewhat flat, their voices weren t all that unique which I think is critically important if you re going to shift first person perspective between characters , and the writing felt rushed There were definitely some good action sequences, but that was mostly what this book was a series of action sequences I would have liked to have some I didn t read the first book in the series, so that s undoubtedly a big part of why I found it hard to care about the characters But I just found them to be somewhat flat, their voices weren t all that unique which I think is critically important if you re going to shift first person perspective between characters , and the writing felt rushed There were definitely some good action sequences, but that was mostly what this book was a series of action sequences I would have liked to have some time between events to get to know the characters better, feel some tension build, and immerse myself a bitin their world.That being said, there were some really fun moments, and the evolution of their magic unfolded in a very satisfying way The events were creatively imagined, and if you like a fast paced book, this is it I will probably go back and read the first book, and if I like it, I ll re read The Gift and increase my rating if I like it better the second time For now, I...


  8. says:

    I found the second book of this series to be as engrossing as the first book I almost completed the whole book in one day, finishing the last 12% the following night Overall, I found that the characters remained true to their portrayal, while also growing through all the hardships and chaos that has consumed their lives I also truly love how this book continues to realize that it is a book during the whole story telling process During some parts where the reader is ridiculed for lack of a I found the second book of this series to be as engrossing as the first book I almost completed the whole book in one day, finishing the last 12% the following night Overall, I found that the characters remained true to their portrayal, while also growing through all the hardships and chaos that has consumed their lives I also truly love how this ...


  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I was originally going to whine about the grievous misuse of the English language, particularly in the simile and metaphor department, as my claim was there were on average 3 horrid, stretched out similes or metaphors per a page But my friends have proved me wrong and not wanting to use use a hyperbole which was also over used , I stand corrected There is on average only one rancid, overused, or stretched out simile metaphor per a page Patterson saves up all his big boy words for these nails I was original...


  10. says:

    Wisteria and Whitford Allgood are back in the second book in a dystopian series where the world has been taken over by the New Order, and their magical skills would seem to be the only hope of the Resistance While the first book seemed to be nothingthan a prologue to explain the world in which the series is set, The Gift does a good job of being presenting an interesting story that is a blend of science fiction and fantasy.The One Who Is The One seems to have recognized the gift of great Wisteria and Whitford Allgood are back in the second book in a dystopian series where the world has been taken over by the New Order, and their magical skills would seem to be the only hope of the Resistance While the first book seemed to be nothingthan a prologue to explain the world in which the series is set, The Gift does a good job of being presenting an interesting story that is a blend of science fiction and fantasy.The One Who Is The One seems to have recognized the gift of great magical power that Wisty has within herself As he has been doing with their parents and others with magical abilities, The One is hoping to drain them of their magical power with the hope of bringing it into himself, making him the most powerful person in the world.His secret police are actually able to capture the Allgood siblings and bring them into one of their schools, which are reallyretraining reducation centers to instill kids with support for the New Order.Byron Swain, t...

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