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Wicked: Witch(MP3)(Unabr.) MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged

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Product Details

  • MP3 CD
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; MP3 Una edition (Jan. 20 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1441831150
  • ISBN-13: 978-1441831156
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.3 x 17.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 68 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,339,684 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From School Library Journal

Grade 7 Up-When her parents and best friend are killed in a river-rafting accident and her mother's best friend falls to a mysterious illness, Holly goes to live with her aunt, uncle, and cousins in Seattle. There she meets Jeraud Deveraux and is drawn into a centuries-old battle between two families of warlocks and witches. Visions, spirits, sibling rivalry, death, grief, an affair, fatal attractions, magic-this book tries to include them all and barely succeeds. The two plot lines, one of a girl's grief and the other of the ancient feud between two families that unite through marriage while scheming to betray one another, duel for readers' attention. When all of the characters are added, the dueling turns into a battle. Holly is often shoved into the background and Jer's father becomes the central focus. In the end, readers care little about any of the people involved. While some scenes do have a certain tension, they are brief and often lost amid all the other elements.
Molly S. Kinney, Peach Public Libraries, Fort Valley, GA
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Booklist

Gr. 8-12. The first installment in a new Wicked series focuses on high-school senior Holly Cathor, orphaned by an accident, who goes to live with her aunt and cousins in Seattle. Unknown to her, they are descended from a powerful line of ancient French witches who are locked in an eternal battle with a dynasty of megalomaniac warlocks, now represented by Michael Deveraux and his sons. The narration periodically shifts from modern-day Seattle to seventeenth-century France as Holly and sexy college student Jeraud Deveraux realize their roles in this centuries-old feud that is now reaching a fatal climax. Holder is the author of several titles about Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and this will appeal to the same mature readership. Catherine Andronik
Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Seventeen-year-old Holly Cathers is devastated when her parents and best friend are killed during a whitewater rafting trip. Sent to live with her aunt and two cousins, Holly has trouble accepting her situation, however the alluring young man Jer Devereaux certainly sparks her interest. Although drawn to Jer, Holly’s equally repelled by his father and brother. Compounding her strange new life are the visions that somehow involve her and Jer stretching far back in time. But these are only the beginning of the revelations Holly discovers about herself, her family, and how an ugly, horrific past has caught up with them.

Witch is the first installment in the young adult fantasy series, Wicked, and it’s thoroughly entertaining. One feels sympathy for Holly, and because of the multiple viewpoints, the reader knows far more about the danger Holly and her family are in than she does. One of the likeable aspects, and a common trait in YA fantasies, is the growing confidence Holly has in herself as she identifies her enemies and develops her skills as a witch.

The evil ones in this book have no redeeming qualities, which makes them rather two dimensional, but they do have major magical skills which adds to the suspense and horror. Now that Holly understands what’s at stake and the power she holds, it will be interesting to see what she does with it next.
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When Holly Cathers's parents are killed in a rafting accident, she's forced to leave her life in San Francisco, and take off to Seattle, where she has to live with her aunt Marie-Claire, and her twin cousins, Amanda and Nicole. But soon, Holly's grief turns into curiosity, and fascination, for strange incidents begin to occur. The main one being that any desire that she whispers to her cat seems to come true, and for some reason she has an undeniable attraction to a boy she hardly knows. Not to mention that her friend is attacked by a vicious falcon in a freak accident. Now Holly, Amanda, and Nicole are entering a world filled with secrets, ancient magics, and possession, rule.
Being a fan of Nancy Holder's work with the BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER series, and Debbie Viguie's MIDNIGHT PEARLS, I felt that I had to read this book. Holly is a fun character, who is spirited, and intelligent, and her cousins Amanda and Nicole are equally fun and interesting. The book in itself was very intriguing, and well written. This is a must for all fans of Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie.
Erika Sorocco
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I bought this book on a vactaion becaue I had finished a different book and had nothing to read. Which for me is a very bad thing cause all I do is read.
Holly is having the time of her life river rafting on a vacaction with her parents, Tina(best friend), and guide Ryan. A storm starts up and the raft is destroyed leaving Holly the only survivor of the raft. With her best frien'ds mom in the hospital Holly goes to livein Seattle with her Aunt Marie-Claire and her twins Nicole and Amanda.
Also in Seattle lives Micheal Deveraux and his two sons Eli and Jer. They are a line of powerful warlocks tryint to bring about the Black Fire. They are also tryin to forge an alliance between them and a line of Wiccans, the Cahors(who became the Cathers). The Cathers women are none other then Holly's family. However they do not know of their heritage.
Another storyline is invovled in this book. It is about an alliance between the two familys. Isabeau and Jean are lovers and married. However each is supposed to decive the other and kill the family. Something goes wrong and all does not go according to plan.
As soon as Holly is with Jer they are in their past lives(as Isabeau and Jean). All to quickly Holly and her cousins learn of what they are and who the Deveraux's are.
Two stories both trying to win the readers attention. Both stories very very real.
I loved this book and can't wait for curse. However I'm still unclear as to what Black Fire is and why it's so important.
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After I finished the Sweep series, I was looking through Amazon looking for something else to read. I saw this, so I decided to buy it, because it looked good. When I started reading, I was kind of dissappointed that it wasnt that close to 'Sweep', because it this was more of the stereotype of magic. But after the first couple of chapters, I really got into the story. This is what it's about:
Holly Cathor just lost her parents & best friend in a rafting accident. Now she has to go live with her family and cousins in Seattle. When she first meets Jer Deveraux (son of Michael Deveraux, the man her aunt is having an affair with). But Jer's family is the descendents from a warlock family from 16th century France. Holly's family is too, they have just forgotten it, but Holly finds her aunt & cousin doing this magic thing one night and then Holly & her other cousin get involved. Now Jer has a thing for Holly, and Holly doesn't know what to do.
OK. Not the greatest review, but, I read this book like late October/Early November.
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It is not often that I actually stop and admire an image in a book. I usually appreciate imagery but I'm not one to ruminate on it. However, when I read "Clouds like decomposing gray fists" I just had to stop and enjoy the vivid picture that Holder and Viguie had painted in my mind's eye.
From that moment on, the book ran much like the rapids it begins on. I literally could not put it down (I nearly got in trouble for taking such a long lunch). I thought it was an intelligent read, scary and suspenseful, without the overly nasty bits you sometimes get in horror novels.
WITCH hit me from just about every side, I cried, I got angry, I laughed (out loud, it was kind of embarrassing, people stared), I was hopeful only to have my hopes dashed and then re-kindled then dashed...you get the picture. I even nearly had a heart attack at least twice.
The tapestry of past and present was incredible as the characters took form and the history unfolded. The characters come alive and just when you think you have it figured out...you don't. I always appreciate it when a book surprises me and WITCH managed to pull off a few twists that even I didn't expect.
My only complaint is that I have to wait for book 2!!!!! :) Well done.
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