Lizard and Elsie are under way, but the WitchLight journey isn't an easy one. There are bumps and obstacles inside their own hearts. There are meddling witches, helpful knitters, and a fearsome duo with water pistols. And there is the greatest challenge of all: the one they will pick for each other.
©2012 Debora Geary (P)2015 Tantor
This book makes my heart sing, as do all of Deborah Geary's books. I know it's the next- to- last book about these characters, and I am sad to think I will lose track of them. Deborah makes her characters so real, one really gets attached. Anyone with an appreciation of a good story, especially if you have a love of whimsy, will love this book, and all of her books.
This book, just like the first book in the trilogy, is nicely written. Each character is well defined, and each one is unique and contributes in a different way to the outcome of the book. The writing style is energetic, and the superficial story is a lot of fun all the way through the book. It's a pleasure to read a book that is so uplifting, with no violence. Too many books written lately are downers, and the WitchLight Trilogy books are the opposite. Also, the narrator is wonderful, adding to the pleasure of the whole experience.
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