Rating: 4.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise and i'm so happy that I had the chance to read it. I enjoyed the story so much and couldn't put theRating: 4.5 stars This book was a pleasant surprise and i'm so happy that I had the chance to read it. I enjoyed the story so much and couldn't put the story down. I love books with witches, but don't find too many that I think are amazing. They're usually average, but this book was not! I loved the whole alternate universe aspect of the story because I've not read too many books, if any, that involve it. I flew through this book and was nose deep into the story from start to finish. I'd definitely recommend giving the story a try!
Lily, the main character has horrible allergies that stop her from doing and enjoying things that most kids her age do. After a terrible night with her long time friend Tristan, she winds up humiliated and hurt and just wants to escape. Insert evil witch, Lily's alternative self, that comes along and offers a way out. Lily finds herself in an alternative world, a different Salem than the one she lived in. And in this world, her allergies become one of her strengths. The alternative universe that Lily goes into is kind of sort of historical times. I don't know which since I don't read historical books, but the world had that 'old' feel to it. lol I'm at a loss for what word to use, so bare with me.
I liked Lily. She's one of those characters that you could easily sympathize with. She was strong and stubborn, but she was also kind. You know, one of those people who wants to help everyone. I really liked that about her. In this new world, Lily finds out that Lillian (her alternative self) is evil and Lily has to find a way to stop her, but she must stay hidden because there are people out to get her and use her for what she knows and can do. Along the way, we meet Rowen. I loved Rowen and the relationship that developed between the two. In the beginning, he was a bit hot and cold because of his history with the other Lillian, but soon he and Lily developed a relationship that I came to love.
Romance, check! I absolutely loved it. The book had tons of action as well which gave it an equal balance. I also I thought the world building was pretty good as well. It made you feel as if you were really in that time period. I can't wait to check out the sequel to this one! I thought this was a fantastic start to a new trilogy considering I read the author's other trilogy and liked it....more
Hexed was a nice and refreshing read for me. There were a lot of things going on within it, but it always kept my attention and I breezed through it wHexed was a nice and refreshing read for me. There were a lot of things going on within it, but it always kept my attention and I breezed through it with ease. I don't read a lot of witch books, but I do tend to enjoy them and Hexed was no exception. I thought the concept was fun and I ended up liking all the characters. Hexed had a lightweight feel to it like when I'm reading a contemporary novel. It had the sorry best friend and ex boyfriend and all that drama that goes along with it, but all the same it was filled with that paranormal aspect that I can't help but love.
Indigo is the main character and I ended up really liking her. She was kind of your typical teenager. She's a cheerleader and she her boyfriend was the most popular guy in school. I liked Indigo because her character was very realistic. She acted just like a teenager and I liked that. But then things started to happen to her and her life changed drastically. All her life her mom has had this old bible that was passed down through the family and all of a sudden it gets stolen. Things get crazy after that and soon Indigo finds out she's a witch. Along the way she meets Bishop and by the end of the book I really liked his character. Bishop was fun and brought a lot of humor, but when we were first introduced to him I was skeptically. He kind a sorta was a stalker, but then things started to get revealed and it made sense. I also liked Indigo's friend Paige. She added nice element to the book and I'm glad we got to know her a bit.
Hexed did have some romance and I have to say that I enjoyed it :) I can't wait to see where things pick up with that in the next book. Also, the book ended on that thing that we dread, a cliffhanger. But still I'm excited to see what the sequel brings. Hexed had so many different elements going through it. This book wasn't completely light though. There were some dark times in this book for the characters so keep that in mind. I would definitely recommend this book if it's a genre that you like :) ...more
I decided to give the audio book for book 2 a try even though I had a few problems with the audio for book one. But I'm glad that I didn't have any prI decided to give the audio book for book 2 a try even though I had a few problems with the audio for book one. But I'm glad that I didn't have any problems with this one. I became use to the male narrator and started to really enjoy his reading style. I wasn't put off by it in this book. But anyways, I really enjoyed the sequel to White Cat. It was a fun mysterious adventure and really left you wanting to find out what happens next. In this book, Cassel is searching for his brother's killer and is also dealing with Lila being worked to love him! The DRAMA! This was very fast paced :)
I really have come to like Cassel. He's one of those weird ones, but something about his weirdness makes me like him. I don't love him nor am I swooning over him, but I really do like him as a character. He's really smart, but his con skills are off the freaking charts! I mean, I runs in his family though so you can't blame him for it. And once again, I still don't know how I feel about Lila. I felt bad for her for being worked, but I don't dislike and I also don't like her either. I feel as though I still don't know her character as well as the others.
There was a lot of drama in this book, between Lila and Cassel and also Cassel's friends. I found it very entertaining and made the book that much better. I really like how fast paced the story was as well! It made me really get into the story and stay into it. I'm really can't wait to see what happens in book 3 :) Because the endings are always exciting!...more
I was super excited to get my hands on this book. I really enjoyed the Hex Hall trilogy and was really curious to see how the spin off would turn out.I was super excited to get my hands on this book. I really enjoyed the Hex Hall trilogy and was really curious to see how the spin off would turn out. This book is not completely what I expected. I thought maybe we would see the world of Hex Hall (the school) again, but we didn't! And I actually kind of liked that about the book. You get a new set of characters, besides the main, and a completely different environment. I thought this was a pretty great start to the spin off series and I can't wait to continue on :) Thanks so much to Netgalley for providing me with an eARC of School Spirits. All thoughts are my honest opinion.
Izzy was an interesting character to me. In the Hex Hall trilogy, I didn't think much about her as a character other than her being 'one of those' Brannick's. In the beginning of the story, I didn't connect with her much, but as the book continued on I found that I started to like her more. For the first time she get's to experience high school while she on a job to put a ghost to rest. Izzy is no average teenager so getting to see her experience things that a normal teenager feels was kind of fresh thing for me to read. Creating friendships and relationships was something so out of the ordinary for her. And I also really liked her group of friends. I don't know too much about Anderson, but Romy and Dex were great. I really liked Dex's attitude towards situations. But hopefully we get to see more of Romy and Anderson in the next book, if possible.
The romance department was okay. It was on the 'cute' side, but I enjoyed it. I thought it could have been better, but I like his and Izzy's friendship. I would say this book was slow paced, but there were time when I was reading the book that I realized nothing was happening. As in nothing, I mean nothing significant. And did enjoy the action moments and discovering all things connected with the ghost haunting the school. But overall, I thought this was a great start to the series and I'm curious to see what happens next. Especially with Dex and Izzy :)...more
In book 2, we were introduced to the duplicate Graylee Perez, and even though I didn't care for her too much because I felt she was stuck in the past,In book 2, we were introduced to the duplicate Graylee Perez, and even though I didn't care for her too much because I felt she was stuck in the past, I'm glad to see her find her place and happiness in this final installment :) I felt like the original 'Lee' got her happy ending with Raj. So it was only right for Gray to find hers. This final installment in the Spellbound Trilogy was just as fast paced and entertaining as the other installments. But I am so sad to see this trilogy end, but all in all, it left me satisfied with no unanswered questions!
Gray has decided to venture off on her own in the country Spain, which is awesome by the way. I wish I could just hop a flight to the country of my choosing! In the beginning, Gray seemed a bit lost and confused about herself and still has a vengeance for getting back at Adrian. There in Spain, she meets a couple of friends and runs into, none other than, Adrian himself at a magic show her friends decide to surprise her with. Let's just say she was not too happy about that! But somehow, she's put under a love spell to Adrian and she has no clue of who could have done it. What I liked about the love spell, was that Gray was still herself. The spell didn't have her mind gone. She could still think for herself and could still see how horrible Adrian could be at times.
But the thing is, I liked Adrian. In book 2, we got to see another side of him as well as in this installment. There was something about Adrian that stuck out to me. Yes, he was 'the bad guy' in the previous books, but underneath all that vengeance he likes to serve, is a good guy! Cliche, yes, but I loved it! There was really an awesome connection between Adrian and Gray. Both had multiple things in common and they both didn't really have a place among their people, so it was bound to happen. I really enjoyed the romance between the two :)
And I also like that we run into Charlene again, even though I didn't like her. But we didn't get to see her in book two, so it was nice to know what happened to her. But I did feel like sometimes, the story moved a bit too fast. Somethings weren't described enough and somethings were described TOO much for me. There kind of wasn't a balance in that sense. But overall, I thought the book was great and entertaining. And I was glad to be reconnected with the characters. There was some great action packed moments along with some awesome romance! I will definitely miss these book....more
Duplicity was a pretty good sequel to Entangled. Duplicity was fast paced and had some great action moments. If you love stories with witches, then I Duplicity was a pretty good sequel to Entangled. Duplicity was fast paced and had some great action moments. If you love stories with witches, then I definitely recommend this series. I do think I enjoyed book 1 better, but book 2 wasn't far behind :)
In this installment there are two Graylee Perez, yes you heard right, TWO. In the beginning I thought it was a bit weird, but as the book progress I could tell who was who and how they were different from one another. The story took a different twist than the first book with there being two Lee's and finding out which is the real one. I must say that I like 'Lee'. She seemed to have matured as time went by and 'Gray' was still stuck on revenge and wasn't really the same person. The maturity of Lee is what made me like her more. Towards the end of book 1, I thought she taking a turn and was becoming more like Charlene, but she wasn't, which I'm glad about :) I don't know, I didn't really care for Gray, but she wasn't a bad person she was just more stuck in the past since that's all she had to go on, but I did feel a little sympathy for her.
I thought the romance was a little lacking and started to get a tad bit upset when a possible 'love triangle' came into the mix with the two Graylee's. That was pretty much the only thing I didn't like. I it was disappointing since I loved the romance aspect in book one.
And I really don't know how I feel about Adrian. I don't dislike him like I should the 'bad guys', but I kind of like him in a villain sort of way :) He has completely grown on me!
I can't wait for the Enchantment, the final book, to see how everything turns out in the end! I'm super excited :D...more
Spellbinding was a book that I was really excited to get my hands on. The premise sounded promising and the cover is awesome, but as I started readingSpellbinding was a book that I was really excited to get my hands on. The premise sounded promising and the cover is awesome, but as I started reading the book my excitement slowly started to decrease bit by bit. This book is about a girl name Abby who has recently discovered she is a descendant of a few women who were killed and accused of witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials. Now that in itself really caught my attention and had me interested to find out more. Soon Abby starts to discover she's a witch. She begins moving things in her mind and performing spells. I have to say, I wasn't that impressed with the magic in this book. It was too basic and wasn't that exciting.
Abby, as a character, could be pretty immature. Some of the things she did turned me off from the book. Performing revenge spells on the 'mean girls' is a bit childish to me. And when she pretty much threw a temper tantrum at her best friend when they first arrived in Salem, that was a no, no. She did end up making a small change towards the end though. I also didn't really like the romance. It was lacking and wasn't that exciting. Travis was under a love spell, which doesn't count as romance and I think if the relationship between Abby and Rem as a bit better, I would have liked it a whole lot more because Rem was a pretty okay character.
On a good note, there was a decent amount of action that went on in the book and the book was fast paced and easy to read. I just wish the characters and romance was bit better. If you like witch stories, I don't think it would hurt to give the book a try. You might like it a bit better than I did.
I received a eARC via Netgally for my honest opinion. ...more
This was a fun and interesting trilogy that I enjoyed very much. I started the trilogy on a whim when I saw it at my library and I'm glad I did. The cThis was a fun and interesting trilogy that I enjoyed very much. I started the trilogy on a whim when I saw it at my library and I'm glad I did. The characters were very fun with their conning capabilities and throughout all the conning, there was some romance. I like the witchy element that goes along with the story. If you like that kind of a story I believe you should give the books a try. I believe this final book was probably my favorite and the most interesting of them all because it wrapped up nicely.
Cassel was probably my favorite character. In this book his character starts to develop. He starts to second guess his way of living and if that the kind of thing he likes about himself. I liked that hesitation. Lila grew on me a bit in this book. Even though I still didn't connect with her the way I wanted to for a love interest, I kind of liked her by the end of the story. But really threw me off in this book was the Sam little try angle that came into play. It was weird to say the least.
But overall, the story was entertaining and fast paced. I was never bored :) I wish there was another book, but I liked the way this trilogy ended....more
Let me start off saying that I feel so horrible I'm just now getting to this book for review! I received this book quite a few months ago for review fLet me start off saying that I feel so horrible I'm just now getting to this book for review! I received this book quite a few months ago for review from the author and I'm just now getting to it. Things happen...But I'm pissed because I wanted so long to read this AMAZING book! I was truly amazed at how fast I read this book. I read this in like 4 hrs! I could not put it down :) And just look at the cover, gorgeous!
I really like Nikki Jefford's writing style. Everything flows together in a way that keeps you turning the pages. The characters that she has introduced me to were fun to get to know, the good and the bad. Graylee, our protagonist, has an identical twin Charlene and both are witches. Those two sisters drove me insane. But I did like Graylee, but towards the end I didn't like the way her behavior was leading to. Her sister's personality was starting to run off on her. And Charlene, I didn't like her from the beginning. She had the 'mean girl' mentality thing going on. But, I really loved the whole concept of the two sharing the same body! I thought it was an unique idea from Nikki Jefford. After Graylee's death, the twins share Charlene's body. Every other day Graylee inhabits Charlene's body. I loved it :)
I also really liked Raj. At first, he rubbed me the wrong way, but once we truly got to know his character I fell in love with him. I thought he was the perfect guy for Graylee. Sweet, but also a little mysterious in his own way. And Nolan, ugh, don't even get me started on him!
I definitely recommend this book! I haven't read a good witch book in a while. Actually I don't think I've read a book with witches in it for quite some time. This is a fast paced book with tons of little twists. A true page turner! There's action, romance, suspense, and a little bit of mystery all rapped in one! Thank so much to Nikki Jefford for a review copy of Entangled. All thoughts are my honest opinion! And I can't wait to get my hands on a copy of book 2, Duplicity :)...more
At first I went into this book with an open mind. It was good in the beginning and I was very interested in it. Then Jadyn met Beau. Instant love, butAt first I went into this book with an open mind. It was good in the beginning and I was very interested in it. Then Jadyn met Beau. Instant love, but it doesn't mention love. They use 'friendship', but you can just tell. How are you 'In to deep' when you only met the person 4 days ago. WTF? That was the first strike that turned me off about the book.
And then things get revealed and the first thought, the Twilight sage. (view spoiler)[Beau is a vamp, Jeremy is a werewolf. She's with Beau, but wondering why she has some feeling for Jeremy. Jeremy is interested in her, but she really likes Beau. But then, ALL OF A SUDDEN, she may like Jeremy more than Beau. Really? I was totally annoyed by this. I just couldn't get with the program. I didn't connect with any of the characters. I kind of liked Jadyn's friend Erica. (hide spoiler)]
The storyline was what caught my attention and it was interesting. That was what made me really interested in reading the book when the author contacted me. About, 35% into the book, I started not liking it. But it would have been okay if things didn't remind me of Twilight. The book was also, fast paced. A little too fast paced. There wasn't time for me to anticipate anything. One page she's wondering what's going on and then the next page, BOOM, you find out what it was.
I did kind of like Tabitha in a crazy, weird, psycho villian sort of way. She had major issues. I can't decide if I want to read the next book or not. The book wasn't all bad. It did have its moments were I really liked it.
Overall, the book just didn't do it for me. But if you like this kind of thing. You may be interested in it!
Let me start off saying that I don't read to many witch books. You know, besides Harry Potter. But I must say I really enjoyed this one. This was a neLet me start off saying that I don't read to many witch books. You know, besides Harry Potter. But I must say I really enjoyed this one. This was a new concept on witches and I really enjoyed the characters and the storyline. The fact that the witch powers had a taste, I really liked.
Of course, Issac was my favorite character. He was sweet and protective, but dangerous all the same. I thought he was the perfect love interest. At times I didn't care for Madison, but she was still enjoyable. She could be kind of annoying. And why towards the end of the books, there was a "possible" love triangle. I really didn't like that. A part of this book kind of reminded me of an exorcism. Freaked - Me - Out. I really liked Kaylee and Josh and wish we could of seen more with Josh.
I really liked the ending :) I liked the action in this book and I really liked the romance between Isaac and Madison. I thought it was cute. And I loved when Madison got all jealous!
If you like witches, I think you should check out this book! It was a fun and a very quick read. Thank you to Cherie Colyer for supplying the copies for the Read 2 Review for the Young Adult Reads group!
I find that I don't read to many magic/witch books. I don't know why even though I love Harry Potter, but I don't read many of these kind of books. II find that I don't read to many magic/witch books. I don't know why even though I love Harry Potter, but I don't read many of these kind of books. I really enjoyed this one though. Channie is a girl whose family are mages (witches) and they have a power name which goes on how their magic is performed. Enchantment was her power name until her parents unleashed dark magic and changed it into Chastity. That is where all the drama begins!
I really liked the storyline of this book. It took a different take on things than any of the other witch books that I have read. The difference made it intriguing, but sometimes I felt it fell a little flat, but overall I really enjoyed it.
I liked Channie. She was smart, but sometimes I felt she had the "reckless teen" syndrome. She did things without thought and tended to let her emotions cloud her thoughts. And sometimes she got a bit annoying, but I could over look it. She fought for what she believed in, against her parents who tried to run her life. (that's basically how I see it. They could have went about the situation another way).
When Channie meets Josh for the first time, I thought it was hilarious. The whole shocking thing would really come in handy! But I really liked Josh. He was a loveable guy and was really sweet and always had Channie's best interest at heart. He was the kind of guy that all girls wish they had :) But it did have the "Love at first sight" feel to it. But it wasn't too bad for all you who hate that kind of thing. I thought the romance between to two was cute and sweet. But I do feel this book is for mature teens because it does tough the subject of sex quite a few times.
This book isn't the action filled type, but it does have moments where you really want to know what happens next.
Channie's parents are a trip! Her dad, especially, but he was hilarious. Her parents took things to the extreme.
I just love the trips and wish we learned more about where her sister went and the Diego guy. I love Elijah too, he was just too cute!
The Hunter thing was kind of weird, like the way he acted. And I really liked the ending :) I am so glad I already have book 2 and I can't wait to read it! Thank you to Charlotte Abel for participating in the read 2 review in my Young Adult Reads goodreads group and providing the copies :)! I really appreciate and am glad I got the chance this book!...more
Seventeen year old Janie Grey is a Seeker, a duty passed down from her Cherokee ancestors. She rids the streets of BalI give this book a 4.5 rating :)
Seventeen year old Janie Grey is a Seeker, a duty passed down from her Cherokee ancestors. She rids the streets of Baltimore of the undead. Lesson #1: Never trust the undead. After her father's death Janie creates her own lesson: Love isn't worth the risk and she usually stick to those lessons until she meet Kai Sterdam. At first, she believes Kai is what she's suppose to hunt, but as Janie becomes intrigued over Kai, she gets deeper into his past and discovers some shocking truth. It's a secret Kai want to keep hidden, especially Janie.
I really enjoyed this book! It was provide to me by the author to review and I loved it. It was a very quick read :) I finished this book in a day! I couldn't put it down because so much was going on in the story. I really like the plot in this book and the characters I loved. This book had a different take on vampires that I really enjoyed. I have been vamp out over the past two years, but I really liked this book.
I really liked Kai and Janie. They are my favorite characters of the book! Janie was a kick ass Seeker, who was reckless, but brave and always did what she needed to do to get the job done. But boy was she stubborn! When she had her mind set on something, she did not back down. I really like Kai ;) So overconfident and sarcastic...I loved it! But when it came to Janie, he was really sweet and always wanted to keep her safe, even though their "friendship" started out a little rocky.
Matt was funny. He was so persistent! But I did like him. Abram, I did not like in the beginning and does Janie refer to her mom by her first name? It is beyond me...
This book had tons of action, which of course, I really enjoyed. Nothing like some good ol' action! And I really enjoyed the romance.
Overall this book was a very fun and quick read. Like I said before, I read it in one day! If you like a fun, quick read with a kick ass leading female character with an amazing male to crush on...You should go ahead and check this book out!...more
I am so happy that I finally got the chance to buy this book. I've been wanting to read it for a while now and I've heard some amazing things about thI am so happy that I finally got the chance to buy this book. I've been wanting to read it for a while now and I've heard some amazing things about this series. With that being said, I really enjoyed the story. It was action packed, wasn't focused mainly on the romance, awesome characters and etc. :) I was entertained throughout the entire book! I guess I shall start off with Merit. Merit was your average girl, not too average though. Her family was well-known but she wanted know part of the lifestyle, but then everything changes once she was bitten. I actually really liked Merit. She had attitude and didn't let anyone boss her around if she wasn't feeling the situation. Throughout the entire book, Merit kept me entertained. In some aspects, she would be considered a 'sweetheart', but the girl could flip from the nice friend to girl with attitude in seconds, especially when she's passionate about something. And I also liked Merit's friends, Mallory, Catcher, and Jeff. Those three had me laughing so hard throughout the book also. They were some awesome side characters to get to know.
Now when it came to the hot Vampire Master, Eric, I don't know how I feel about him. There is definite attraction and chemistry between him and Merit. I can't wait to read the next book in the series to see what progresses, or if anything, between the two. I have recently started reading more vampire books, even though I've gotten really tired of the genre. I swear until recently, the past month or so, I hadn't read a pure 'vampire' book in about a year or so.
But this one really kept me entertained and I can't wait to read book 2 :) Overall, awesome book! And I do recommend to those vamp lovers out there!...more
I don't really know how to describe my thoughts on White Cat. This is the first book that I've read by the author and I listened to tRatings 3.5 stars
I don't really know how to describe my thoughts on White Cat. This is the first book that I've read by the author and I listened to the audio. The audio was interesting since I haven't listened to too many that was read by a male. The book itself was okay. I enjoyed it, but it took me awhile to get into the actual story of the book. I really liked the idea of the curse workers. It was like a new take on witches, but all the magic was done with the touch of a finger. Overall, I enjoyed the book and will definitely pick up the second from the library soon :)
As stated before, I couldn't get into the story until I got 2/6 parts through the book. I think it was a mix of not being use to listening to a male reading on an audio book and just the book in general. But after awhile things got pretty interesting in the story and I was curious to know about the characters and the curse workers. Cassel, the main character, was very interesting indeed. He wanted to be all these things, but couldn't because he was told all his life that he was the only one in his family who was not a worker. I liked Cassel, but he was one of those strange characters that you really have to warm up to. His way of thinking is definitely different and he can be a true con artist. But he grew on me and I really came to like him. Cassel found out that he was losing his memory. Someone was stealing his memories and replacing them with new ones. Horrible right?! And then we had his weird brothers who I did not like one bit. But I never really grew to like Lila. I didn't understand her and I also felt that her character was a tad bit under develop when things came to the light. I still feel as though I don't know her at all.
I will say that this book had a good bit of action in it. All the conning and scheming made the book very interesting. Romance wise, I wasn't really feeling it. Maybe in book 2, I will like it a bit more. I mean, there wasn't much of it to begin with, but the parts that was there I didn't really like it. I'm curious to see what happens in book 2 so I will definitely continue on. ...more
Great book! I loved the main characters. There was a good balance of action and romance that kept me satified. Different than any other witch book i've rGreat book! I loved the main characters. There was a good balance of action and romance that kept me satified. Different than any other witch book i've read But all in all, i liked the book....more
Ratings: 4.5 stars This was fantastic conclusion in the Hex Hall trilogy. I absolutely loved this book :) I loved every single book in this trilogy! RaRatings: 4.5 stars This was fantastic conclusion in the Hex Hall trilogy. I absolutely loved this book :) I loved every single book in this trilogy! Rachel Hawkins does a fantastic job in capturing the audience from the first page to the last page of a book. I highly recommend this series because it's a fave of mine :)
I was super excited to finally get to this book. I've had it for SO long and was so happy to dive right into it. I didn't think I would remember much since it has been so long since I've read Demonglass, but once I started reading Spell Bound I was sucked right back into the world I loved with no problems. I absolutely loved being reunited with the characters I've come to adore. Sophie is amazing! I just love her attitude :) She is pure entertainment. Oh, and Archer :) I absolutely love that guy!
And this book did NOT disappoint in the action department. Each book always has so many action packed adventures and shocking news, and Spell Bound was no exception. The suspense was there, the romance was there, the action was there, and sadness was also there. A definite page turner in my eyes!
That ending in the final battle was really sad. I wasn't suspecting that. I don't know why since that tends to happen in quite a few YA books, but it was sad. But the ending, ending, as in the final pages made me smile :) I was so happy with the way the book ended. It was a nice conclusion to an amazing series and I can't wait to read the spin off series. Hopefully some of our favorite characters from this series will be in the spin off :)
This book is the the first book in the Hex Hall series by Rachel Hawkins. It starts off with a girl named Sophie who gets in trouble for casting a lovThis book is the the first book in the Hex Hall series by Rachel Hawkins. It starts off with a girl named Sophie who gets in trouble for casting a love spell that goes horribly wrong and gets her sent to a school called Hex Hall for kids who get in trouble for using there magic publicly. From there on, she finds herself having a few enemies and has to figure out a way to help her friend of a crime she's accused of and to learn about who she truly is.
This was the best witch book I have ever read! Besides Harry Potter of course. LOL This book had one adventure after another and kept me wanting more. Page after page something different had occurred, which always kept me in suspense. I loved the characters. Sophie was amazing, I really liked her character. Archer?! What the frickin' heck!!!! I really like him, even though so and so happened. (not going to spoil it). And the ending, with Alice....Whoa! And the ending with Sophie on the last page....Whoa!
Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It was fun and definitely a page turner! Recommend to everyone. Can't wait to read Demonglass.....more