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Something Wiccan

(Shadow Tales)

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  18 ratings  ·  10 reviews
"Once Natalie's town is turned upside down and Toby comes in to reign the mess back in the action never stops!" - The Bookie Monster

You never know what you might find hidden in the attic. Natalie Sherwood is simply looking to stash something for a friend when she discovers a book of spells in her family's crawlspace. Unsure how seriously to take her discovery, she decides
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Published October 9th 2013 by Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Claire - The Coffeeholic Bookworm
This is the second book in the Shadow Tales series and it's really good! Toby is back, as well as Rachel, plus some new characters that you would either love or hate.

Toby was recruited to help other people hunt the supernaturals. In Germany. Never did he realize that there was a group that faced different monsters and creatures and he felt the urge to extend whatever assistance he could give. He showed everyone that he wasn't only brawn and muscles, he was also brains and emotions. He thought t
Sep 05, 2015 rated it really liked it
*I received a free copy from the author for an honest review*

When I first joined the blog tour, the blurb hinted at an interesting tale and I was happy to pick it up to read. But when I started reading the book, I realised I had unwittingly picked up a sequel. It seemed to be the second book in a series and I had never read the first one.

So I was kind of surprised that I was able to follow the story from the start. It had enough back story on the characters introduced in the previous book to kno
books are love
Sep 10, 2015 rated it really liked it
First you don’t need the first book in the series to read this one but it may help understand why Toby was recruited. This is a interesting unique story that is great for Halloween time to read. Toby is trying to get over what happened to him but also find his purpose in life. He wants to help people unfortunately his friend’s words keep haunting him. When the hunters come to recruit him he feels that this is right for him.

I feel Toby is a strong character. His strength comes from within and wa
Melissa Burcham
Sep 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: read-2015
I was given an ARC book for an honest review free of persuasion from the author or anyone else affiliated with this book.


Let me start off by saying this book was GOOD! I would give this book 10 stars if I was able to. This is book 2 in a series, but I read it as a stand alone. Book 1 was not needed to read this book, but I will for sure be going back to pick it up. Once I picked this book up, I could not put it down!

Toby is back in his hometown of Silver Falls. He has jus
Jessica Bronder
Sep 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
We find Toby trying to work through what happened in The One You Feed and saving his town from werewolves. He knows he is a good guy but he is getting eaten up by grief from what happened. But he is invited to join an international group of paranormal hunters. After some training, he is returned to a town close to his home town to help out.

Natalie stumbles upon a book of incantations and starts wondering how this can be related to her mother. After messing around with it, she learns that magic c
Ashley Tomlinson
Jan 04, 2016 rated it really liked it
This is the second book in the Shadow Tales series and in my opinion it was better. As much as I love werewolves I'm much more of a hunter and witch person. This was pretty fast paced and very entertaining. The usage of magic was interesting and easy to follow.

It goes deeper into Toby and Rachel's lives and introduces some new characters. Natalie was a new character and I really liked her parts. I ended up wanting to get to her parts and not caring about the other POV's as much. Other than Toby
Sep 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I found out after reading this book that it was a "book 2" I honestly never had any idea that was the case. I was able to get right into it and did at no time feel I missed something.
This is well written and a very captivating read. I really did not want to put it down. It did skip from character to character but that helped in keeping the pace moving right along. The characters draw you in and make you like them. Typical teenagers...with a twist, I feel the author walked that line of kids but
Kiran Channa
Feb 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
Carrying on where things left off, you are transported into a world where monsters beyond werewolves exist and Toby has been chosen to help fight against these monsters.
I think you can see Toby's sheer determination in this book to want to help others, a void he is trying desperately to fill even if he comes close to his own death. I enjoyed reading the book and enjoyed the quick introduction of new characters, I say quick because the story is non-stop action, towards the end I found it very h
Fee (Ebook Addicts)
Sep 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc, read-in-2015
This is book 2 in the Out of The Dark series and it is just as brilliant as the first!

Toby is back and after his run in with Werewolf's in the first book he is enlisted to join a elite group of hunters who are scouring the world for other supernatural beings.

It starts with a hunter named Jack tracking down a vampire in Ireland and we get a little of his story before he is sent to the States to get Toby to join him. This book is still fast paced but it is not at gory a the first book.

I loved it a
Penny Mccullough
Aug 12, 2014 rated it really liked it
The drama continues to grow.......

This book 2 in the series 'Out of the dark' amps up the suspense with many evil characters.

It's sometimes hard to know who to be the most afraid of!!
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James Drummond was born in Arlington Heights, IL and graduated from DePauw University with a bachelor's degree in English writing. A lifelong horror fan, he's attempting to put a new spin on familiar folklore with his Shadow Tales series. Today James lives in Chicago with his wife Angela and two cats named Snowball and Suzette. During the day he is a Senior Instructional Designer for an e-learning ...more

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