Jessica Ralle discovers that we all have parallel lives in Witch World—and the to Red Queen, from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christopher Pike. Witch World (Witch World, #1) and Black Knight (Witch World, #2). Witch World was first published in The title was later changed to Red Queen and labeled as Witch World #1. Witch World #2, Black Knight.
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Black Knight (Witch World) Christopher Pike. The thrilling Witch World saga continues in this suspenseful sequel to Red Queen, from #1 New York Times Online Black Knight (Witch World) by Christopher Pike ebook PDF download. Jessie never suspected that witches are real, or that she is one, in the start of this paranormal suspense saga from #1 New York Times bestselling author. The thrilling Witch World saga continues in this suspenseful sequel to Red Queen, from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christopher Pike. Jessica Ralle.
There's potential but ultimately I felt it failed. I'm definitely not pleased with it and am not going to continue the series.
I might check I won this in a First Reads Giveaway. I might check out the author's other books because of the praise received but I'm wary. The writing was fine but this story, this world, this plot didn't work. It was convoluted, twisted in upon itself, gave no answers and there's logic problems all over the place. I liked some of the background characters but that's it. There's some inconsistencies and things that didn't make sense with the character as well.
Also, I'd call it more sci-fi than fantasy with the scanner, parallel worlds and the reliance on genes giving super powers.
I think the whole parallel universe could have been better done. I think it would have helped if we'd gotten the perspective of Jessica. Maybe lead into the book with Jessica for a chapter then switch to Jessie completely, or go back and forth until they merge.
Something, anything to make the witch world to make more sense. If it began like witch world was normal, it might have helped.
I really honestly still don't completely get it, even after finishing the book. Especially after finishing the book, since it raised more questions than it answered.
Characters: I didn't like Jessie, the main character. Her confidence felt more like bragging, self-involved, self-absorbed bravado. Then there was the sudden switch to killer kidnapper with Kari. I mean the kidnapping didn't fit with her personality at all and then she kills Kari in self-defense but what did she expect?
That Kari wouldn't fight or flee? How stupid is she?
I mean clearly Susan was gone, why not try to get back her child right then and there? It doesn't make sense. They didn't know about her face changing powers then and if she was smart she could have pulled it off. Then she'd have her daughter.
And where the hell was Huck when the kidnapping of Kari went on? They said they gave Huck back to Kari so Jessie kidnapped a mother from her child Yeah, she's totally a good girl. I mean if that was the case, Jessie could have taken all three and been done with it then and there.
Jessie and the gang didn't come off like 18 year olds. While I liked how grown they appeared, when they talked about college it made me do a double take.
They don't know where they are or why. They leave the room to find themselves in the middle of the jungle on what turns out to be an island. They find a plaque that tells them that six teams of six will fight and that only one will survive. This story was obviously inspired by The Hunger Games.
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The story is better than Red Queen, but the premise is still rather confusing. Regarding the ending, I thought that if a person were to die in Real World that they would still be alive in Witch World. That's what I learned from the first book. Someone dies in Real World in this book, but they are also dead in Witch World.
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Christopher Pike Geburtstag gangleri. Changing Hands Bookstore , Monday, November 19, at 6pm. But Jimmy becomes the least of her problems. In Las Vegas she meets Russ, a mesmerizing stranger who shows her how to gamble, and who never seems to lose. Curious, Jessie wants to know his secret, and in response, alone in his hotel room, he teaches her a game that opens a door to another reality—to Witch World.
Suddenly Jessie discovers that she's stumbled into a world where some people can do the impossible, and others may not even be human. For a time she fears she's lost her mind.Pike seems to like killing off his Protags, especially the pretty female ones, in strange and sad ways That Kari wouldn't fight or flee? Witch World 2, Black Knight, was published in Later, Jessie wakes up in Witch World, where she learns that she is a witch.
There's potential but ultimately I felt it failed. Thankfully, it didn't, at least not entirely. FictionDB Reviews: Her confidence felt more like bragging, self-involved, self-absorbed bravado.
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