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A Witch Alone

The Apprentice Witch, Book 2
Narrated by: Elizabeth Knowelden
Series: The Apprentice Witch Series, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 45 mins
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With all of the charm and appeal of The Apprentice Witch, A Witch Alone follows a very special heroine into a deeper darkness as magical creatures start to creep into Hylund....

Arianwyn is a fully qualified witch, but somehow magic doesn't feel any easier than it did in her apprentice days. The Hex has driven all manner of supernatural creatures out of the Great Wood and into her little town - some benign, others dark, and others downright mischievous. The Spellorium has never been so busy!

What's more, the High Elder has set her a dangerous secret mission. With Gimma acting weirder than usual and her friendships crumbling under pressure, Arianwyn faces the toughest spell of her witching career - can she really see it through alone?

©2018 James Nicol (P)2018 Scholastic Inc.

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  • Teri
  • PHOENIX, AZ, United States
  • 12-30-18

There's NO Ending!

I'm very disappointed that this book ends so abruptly with no conclusion to the entire story line. I don't mind cliffhanger books, but only when there are a few items the next book will pick-up. That's not the case here; not one of the story line plots had a resolution. Very poor writing strategy to make people purchase the next book in the series.

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Up there with the best witch-coming-of-age tales

I like a book that makes me reread it - particularly if I then notice the importance of details planted ahead of time. Hint - do not get sidetracked by the episode of saving the King. The important information happened before that.