Mirror Image (Charmed #19)
Phoebe Halliwell is stunned when her latest vision involves her younger half sister, Paige. The vision reveals to her that Paige is actually an imposter who will infiltrate the Power of Three and break it apart. However, Piper is dismissive when she learns of Phoebe's concerns -- so much so that Cole and Leo end up taking sides as well. Before long, all involved are on edg...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published July 1st 2003 by Gallery Books
(first published January 1st 2003)
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Dec 02, 2011 Majanka rated it 2 of 5 stars · review of another edition
I personally find Mirror Image one of the less original Charmed books I’ve read. The premise is the following. Some crazy mist arrives in town, and with it comes a force most terrifying. It evades the Charmed Ones in their dreams, leading Phoebe to having a vision while in a dream-like state. Said vision involves an old armoire stationed on the attic, and something evil pouring from it. Upon awakening, Phoebe and Cole head to the attic, find the armoire and discover an old, hidden letter behind...more
I found this one of the most frustrating Charmed books that I have read so far. The story was good, good enough to frustrate me that Paige and Phoebe are sometimes just oh so blind. Maybe that is why Piper (after Prue) is my favorite, she keeps her cool. Anyway, story was great especially since you as a reader already know who the bad guy is but they don't. It was exiting until the last page and this might turn out to be one of my favorite Charmed book.
May 03, 2012 Mrs O'Brien Sharman ♥ rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
I love the charmed TV series so when i saw this novel in the school library, i decided to give it a read. The characters were written the same way as they appear on TV, which was good and it had good themes behind the plot, like how doubt can tear apart relationships but i didn't find the idea of the plot very original as it reminded me of a movie i once saw. Charmed, Mirror Image was ok but not great, therefore, i give it 4 stars.
Award-winning author Jeffrey J. Mariotte has published more than 30 novels, including horror epic The Slab, award nominated teen horror quartet Witch Season, and the recent supernatural thrillers River Runs Red and Missing White Girl, in addition to tie-in novels and many, many comic books. He is also co-owner of specialty bookstore Mysterious Galaxy in San Diego. He lives in southeastern Arizona....moreMore about Jeff Mariotte...