Between Worlds Mass Market Paperback – Sep 1 2003
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About the Author
Constance M Burge is the creator of the TV show. Diana G Gallagher is the author of many TV tie-in novels, including Star Trek and the more junior Sabrina the Teenage Witch. She lives in Ocala, Florida. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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This is the first CHARMED book in which I have read, and I am not at all disappointed. The books cover more than the TV show, which is a nice addition, and Weiss and Wilson wrote in such a believable way, that you actually feel like you're there with the Charmed Ones. A great book for teens, or fans of CHARMED, especially around All Hallows' Eve, a.k.a. Halloween.
The Charmed Ones and their guys must figure out what is happening, who is doing it, and why. As each gate is destroyed, the local building is melted. This includes Piper's club P3. If enough gates are destroyed, the magic wall between the worlds will fail and the world will end.
It all comes down to the book. The real De Vermis Mysteriis is a creation of Robert Bloch (author of Psycho). It is linked to the Cthulhu Mythos of H. P. Lovecraft. In this book, however, all has been changed. It was written by on of the De Vermis twins as a collection of good magic. But then it got corrupted. This would have worked better for me if the authors had not used a known book with a definite history. All they would have had to do was make up a title.
I found very little suspense in the plot and the resolution was very contrived (even for Charmed). I was almost rooting for the sisters to fail so that the world would end. Probably the worst book in the series.
this book was just awesome. it gave leo and cole nice roles in the book and even touched on the subject of prue. since i was devastated when shannen doherty left the show 2 years ago, i think it is nice when a book touches on the sister who died and stop acting like she is gone forever. i know the tv show has to but as a writer of novels, one can go places the tv show cannot.
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this book has to be read at halloween for best effect it celebrates the whole time well, with paige embrassing her new witchy ways. Read morePublished on June 3 2004
I've read a lot, if not all of the Charmed novels, and some really feel like a episode of the show. This is one of them, it has the feel of the show, and the sisters. Read morePublished on Sept. 12 2003 by D. Struppa