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Witch & Wizard: Battle for the Shadowlands by James Patterson

4 stars

(Excerpt from Good Reads) In a blink of an eye, their world has changed, with the oppressive New Order declaring all magic as evil incarnate! In this action-packed tale spinning out of author James Pattersons’ bestselling novel, Witch & Wizard, sibling teenagers Whit and Wisty Allgood use their newly discovered magical powers to infiltrate the enemy territory of the New Order to gain control of the inter-dimensional Shadowland.

This is a story after the first book, Witch & Wizard. It is the continued story of two young adults, Whit and Wisty, and a group of other teenagers that are being hunted down by the New Order. This edition has Wisty, Whit, and Byron Swain breaking into the New Orders building and stealing a hard drive that has information that they need to have.

After learning what the New Order is up to, the teenagers break up into two groups. One is to go to the Shadowlands and recruit as many half-lights as possible while the other group is to find out about some devices that are being made.

I admit that I have not read the Witch & Wizard series yet so I didn’t know what to expect. I recommend that you do so, it make everything easier to understand. From there, this is a short graphic novel, one edition. The artwork is standard graphic novel. I got this as an Adobe Digital Edition and tried to put it on my Nook. You are not going to be able to read this with the Nook or Kindle. I just read it off my computer.

In the end, I am interested in the rest of the story so I will be reading Witch & Wizard at some point and will probably get a subscription to the graphic novel. If you follow the series, I think this is a good way to add to it if you like graphic novels.

I received this free from netGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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