Meridian Magic (W.I.T.C.H. Graphic Novels, #2)
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Meridian Magic (W.I.T.C.H. Graphic Novels #2)

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In the GRAPHIC NOVEL #2 the Guardians of the Veil learn to control their new powers and travel to Metamoor for the first time.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published July 13th 2005 by Volo
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What I thought that was pretty cool is that the book title w.i.t.c.h. has the first letter of every witch's name like Will, Irma, Taranee, Cornelia, and Hay Lin. Also when will has the dream in the beginning of the book I thought it was kinda creepy because it would be scary if you didn't have a one little part of this book I think it's kinda wierd.
Holly Letson
If you want a fun full-color read about magical girls, this series is for you. And, if you enjoy that sort of thing, I also recommend you read the "WinX Club" series as well.
This volume had more action and strategy than Vol.1, since it involved the girls having to spend alot of time coming up with a way to rescue Taranee. I loved the "astral drops" they created for that, especially how Will's kept messing up.
I also kinda enjoyed seeing that their teacher was a monster--albeit a friendly one--...more
Sella Malin
I used to like these series. Now, I don't think they're so good anymore. I got up to number 12 or something like that, and they've gone up to #26 or something... and they're still coming out!! I'm not really interested into them anymore, but I used to be.
Annie Ma
I think this book is a very good comic book. I think that because it is kind of funny. It is about 5 girls trying to get their friend(1) back from the evil. the 5 girls went somewhere and her friend catch them. This book was nice to read.
Shanae D.
:)Thsi book is good it was interesting and never boring. For me it was a quick read but who knows for you!! I reomend this to people who like a good short book!!!:)
Hannah H.
I gave this book 4 stars because it was good it just wasnt my favorite. There was a lot of action in this book and magic.
This book is just part of the story of WITCH. (Will, Irma Tharanee, Cornelia, and Hay Lynne).
Natasha Usey
I read this one sooooooo many times, I've lost count!! I never read the first one though
I love how they do everthing they can to recue Tarnee.
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