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Tales of Aradia the Last Witch Volume 1 by Magnum Opus
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Feb 21, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: l-a-jones, review-request-from-author, read-in-2012
Read from February 18 to 21, 2012

Aradia is a witch but she does not know this, she was adopted by Ross and Liza when she was six months old. Aradia has special powers but she doesn’t have a clue of what she is or where she came. Aradia and her parents have moved several times during the time that she has been with her adopted parents because of her powers. Her parents has always warned her not to tell anybody about her powers.

So when they move to Salem and she meets two guys, Roy and Dax in her class that she is attracted too she finds out about the hidden race which are werewolves, vampires, faes and shapeshifters. She learns that Roy is a werewolf and Dax is a vampire. She has no problem with knowing this knowledge of the hidden race because of her powers.

Aradia uses plants to make healing creams. She likes to go out in the woods around midnight to find the plants she needs. While out on one of these expedition she notices that she is being followed. She decides to face who ever it is following her and turns around and low and behold what does she see a wolf, no wait wait not a wolf but a werewolf. The werewolf attacks her and bites her on the arm. As the werewolf is biting her she looks into his eyes and realizes that the werewolf is her friend Roy. She knocks him out and takes him to the police station with the help of an officer to lock him in a cell until he changes back. That is how she finds out about the hidden is from Roy when he wakes up.

Aradia is one tough chick she fights her own battles and those of her boyfriends. On more than one occasion she laid some good old fashion whoop ass on some bad ass dudes and won. Aradia could take on more than one person at a time and still come out on top. She is not some whiny ass girl who never stands up for herself and lets her boyfriends do her fighting for her. That is one of the reasons that I liked Tales of Aradia the Last Witch so well is because the heroin of the story can kick ass. If you like a good story with a strong female lead then you should definitely read Tales of Aradia the Last Witch.
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