This might seem like an odd comment - but there was no conflict in this book. If there was, it was less intense than a bruised knee. This was a lovey-dovey book with no drama, no conflict and no reason to keep reading. The characters are all so sweet and nice and nothing happens but loads of hugs and kisses. I'm lost at all the amazing reviews. I guess for people who love feel-good books with no drama - this is for you!
I would recommend this story to anyone who loves to read. I have read the series in book form and this is the first step into a world of wonder and sweeps you from your mundane existence.
The characters ore so real that you will learn to love them all.
Moria is a witch to be reckoned with
In terms of honesty i must admit that this author is one of the best story tellers I have ever read. There are several times that I laughed so hard I literally hurt my ribs.
Having read the book the day before and then listening to it on Audible it was almost like reading a different book. The reason is the things I see in my mind are different from the things the reader draws for me to see! It is worth more that the small sum charged.
It could be a good story, however I could not listen to the person doing reading. Her emotions do not match what is being read. It drove me crazy.
I had recently found this series in print. I'm so happy it is in Audible too! I loved how they delt with the "internet chats" so you knew how the characters were talking. And the Narrator was really spot on with Aervyn. This is a wonderful book. I can't wait for the rest.
I have read everything this author has written.... and intend to keep on reading! But being able to come back and revisit my friends in this way is perfection!
Just your regular Prickly Doll! With a hubby and 2 fur babies who keep us real!
I have found this book very enjoyable. Loved how the narrator gave each character their own voice. The story is light hearted and amusing. looking forward to the next book in the series.
With Halloween coming up, I decided to finally circle around to reading the witch books I bought almost a year ago. This one was a definite bit of fun fluff. A couple witches write a computer program to reach out to other witches on the internet, never expecting the first witch their program/spell will find has no idea she's a witch! The rest of the story involves trying to convince her of her powers and train her. I do feel like things went a bit too smoothly overall, but sometimes low-conflict fun is just the thing I need in my reading material.
A good story but it just didn't grab me. The computer program that the book started with dropped out of story fairly soon making it seem more like a literary device than a part of the story. Everyone was just too good. The description of the 4 year old seemed to ring true. The narrator was excellent.