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3.6  ·  Rating details ·  2,445 Ratings  ·  153 Reviews
Witchin' ain't easy.

Jules has a rebellious streak, a massive crush on Connor, and the abilities of a Revealer witch. By day, she and her coven friends seem like typical high school seniors. By night, they have the power to make werewolves, vampires, and ghosts reveal themselves, so they can destroy them. It's not exactly cheerleading, but at least the girls know they're do
Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 30th 2008 by Simon Pulse
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Jennifer Wardrip
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While Jules complains about the superficial rules of her coven -- always fly home, wear cloaks not coats -- it's never occurred to her to question the larger issues.

How could vampires and werewolves be anything but bad? And how could the coven's mission to reveal and destroy such monsters be wrong?

But as Jules's eighteenth birthday approaches, she sees the other girls in the coven turn angry and frightened as they're fully initiated. How much is there
May 09, 2010 rated it it was ok
I cannot in all fairness say this was an awful book...but there is no way it was a great book,or a phenomenal one. This book did not incite me to any wealth of emotion. To me a great author should move me to experience what the characters are experiencing. Joy, love, fear, hate, sorrow....all of these I should be made to feel if the characters feel them. Despair should leap off the page to me, or surround me like a shroud. Sorrow should have me feeling like I can't go on... Either way, I should ...more
Sep 15, 2008 rated it really liked it
Jules and her good friends Dani, Sascha, Zahara, and Margo aren’t just your ordinary clique of teenagers; they belong to a coven of Revealer witches and have the power to make certain supernatural creatures reveal themselves so that these dangerous beasts can be destroyed. But at the age of eighteen, each girl is initiated into the coven’s inner circle. But this ceremony isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be, at least, it seems this ways to Jules after having watched three of her friends come out ...more
Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠
I didn't connect with any of these characters. I felt nothing for them. I think I continued to read this book because it was only 160 pages on my nook and I was bored.

Basically Jules & her friends are witches & hunt down bad paranormal creatures. It's a super matriarchal coven & when you turn 18 you learn all the insider info - which is a super horribly horrendous secret. Jules sets about finding it out while occasionally seeing her more boring than ecru colored paint drying bf.

Nov 16, 2008 rated it really liked it
i liked this book more than the rating i gave it but less than a 5 star rating. i liked how realisic it really is. by day they are normal teenage grils who go to high school but by night they are mysterious witches who destroy evil... so they think. overall i quite enjoyed this book. it kept me up all night!
Breanna Morgan
Nov 06, 2011 rated it did not like it
1.5 This was just some typical crappy post-twilight-fan-obsession-supernatural novel, full of typos and void of authorly love. I knew from the first page that this book wasn't worth the trees it used to make. Oh well.
Shera (Book Whispers)
I had no intentions of reading Revealers after I had read Uninvited by the same author. Luckily for me I ended up needing another book, and Uninvited had a little preview of Revealers. After reading maybe about five pages I was hooked. If I hadn't already purchased Revealers I would have made a pit stop at the book store just for it.

Even with the great start I was afraid this book would somehow take a turn and I would end up with another Uninvited. More teen drama then urban fantasy. I shouldn't
Feb 04, 2009 rated it really liked it
I was lucky enough to win a copy of REVEALERS from a contest on Amanda Marrone's blog, and read it soon after it came in the mail, intrigued by the mysterious beauty of the metallic blue cover. I finished the story over the course of two or three days, drawn into the world of Jules, a highschool senior and Revealer witch: one of several teenage girls with the power to force werewolves, vampires, etc. into revealing their true natures so the Revealers can kill the unpleasant undead.

I haven't read
Jul 05, 2009 rated it liked it
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Jan 20, 2009 rated it really liked it
When I started reading Revealers, I wasn't very impressed. There was a lot of mystery with practically no answers. That frustrates me to no end. I almost put it down to read something else, but in the end, I'm glad I didn't.

Jules and her friends are witches, Revealers if you want to be technical. They hunt supernatural beings (vampires and werewolves, mostly) and kill them. But after Margo, the oldest of them, gets initiated into the group at the age of 18, weird things begin happening. Each fri
Nov 10, 2009 rated it it was amazing
This was an amazing book!
I couldn't put it down.
The story is about these witches that kill creatures like: vampires, werewolves, and capture ghosts.
But the coven is hiding a big secret.

With visions of a deamon coming to take one of the girls.

What more could happen?
Julie Bertrand
Mar 29, 2010 rated it did not like it
Predictable and cheesy comes to mind :( I didnt enjoy uninvited for the exact same reasons but I really wanted to give this one a chance. Unfortunatly there will be no more Amanda Marrone for me.
Jan 26, 2011 rated it liked it
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Jan 02, 2011 rated it it was ok
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Feb 24, 2009 rated it really liked it
Shelves: own
I haven’t read any witch books in a while so Revealers was a good breakthrough.

I really enjoyed the writing. It was refreshing and didn’t have all those really long boring details. It was to the point which is the kind of writing I love best. I like how it doesn’t dawdle and goes around in circular motions but instead, like I said, it goes straight to the point.

Besides the writing style, I really liked the plot. Though I didn’t consider original or unique, it was still a very entertaining plot
Feb 22, 2010 rated it really liked it
Witches are just hocus-pocus, bippity-boppity-boo… right? Wrong. For Jules and her friends Dani, Zahara, Margo, and Sascha, being a witch is a full-time job. They’re part of a coven of Revealer witches that hunt and kill the evil creatures that lurk in the shadows of the night. The clean up crew consists of the only two male coven members, Michael and Connor. When the girls turn eighteen, they are initiated into the inner-circle of the coven, and all the secrets are revealed to them. But will th ...more
Aug 06, 2009 rated it liked it
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Dec 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2012

Zoals je al in de korte inhoud kon lezen, zijn heksen het bovennatuurlijke ras dat in dit boek centraal staat. Het leuke aan de heksen in Revealers is dat ze heel traditioneel op bezemstelen vliegen en capes dragen, maar tegelijkertijd zijn het kick ass meiden die weerwolven, vampiers en demonen met de grond gelijk maken. Zo zijn ze trouwens alleen 's nachts, want overdag gaan Jules & co als brave tienermeisjes naar school om de schijn dat ze normaal zijn op te houden.

Wanneer het boek begin
Mar 08, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: reviewd
Revealers is a somewhat coming of age story. It tells about the experiences of five best friends over the span of a couple months. Throughout their lives, they were raised in a witch coven, led to believe that they were riding the world of its monsters. As coven tradition, the girls are officially initiated on their 18th birthday and become privy to the coven’s most valuable secrets. Jules, the youngest of all her friends, notices the difference in the other’s after the initiation ceremony. Not ...more
Aug 01, 2008 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Buffy fans, LJ Smith fans
Shelves: teen, supernatural
Jules, Dani, Zahara, Sascha and Margo may look like typical teenagers, but typical teenagers don’t ride around on broomsticks in the dark of night, cast hexes at each other, or vanquish the forces of darkness. Jules and her friends are Revealers, members of a coven of witches who exist to drive back the dark forces. By day, they’re regular high school students, but at night, the hunt down supernatural baddies and force them to reveal their true nature before vanquishing them.

When the girls turn
Aug 21, 2009 rated it really liked it
Revealers was my first Amanda Marrone book and it left me wanting more. And I don't say that in a good way. It just wasn't as good as I expected but I don't think I will give up on her books just yet.

Revealers is the story of Jules, a revealer witch. Being a revealer witch is all she knows but she wants more. Being initiated into the coven at the age of eighteen isn't something she is looking forward to and as the day draws near things start to change. Jules knows that she has to put an end to t
Sep 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing

Jan 05, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: young-adult
This was a pretty cute book - My favorite thing was the "pet Ghost Balls" :) Jules's mom was a glass blower and made Crystal balls - They found a way to trap ghosts inside the balls and keep them. They usually don't hunt ghosts because they don't hurt people. just annoy them. So what's the problem with capturing them and putting them out on the coffee table? They make cool haunting sounds :)
About the book - Jules has a rebellious streak, a massive crush on Connor, and the abilities of a Reveale
Apr 23, 2010 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2010
By day, Jules and her friends Dani, Zahara, Margo and Sascha are ordinary high-school girls. By night, they're high flying spell zapping demon hunting witches, but there's a horrifying secret about their coven they each discover on their eighteenth birthday. Being the youngest, Jules is the last to find out, and seeing the terror and confusion in her friends only makes her want to know more.

Written in very modern first person, Jules is a bit of a rebel. She's crushing on Connor, the coven mistr
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Feb 26, 2011 rated it really liked it
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I'm finished with this book and What can I say with it? this one is off the hook. though, there are some swearing and some intimate scenes I only recommend this for young adults. Anyway, moving on, Jules is your ordinary typical high school student who kicks vampires, werewolves and halfdemons butts at night with her girlfriends, Sacha, Z, Margo and Dani -her bestfriend. These girls put a spell on them called Reveal and then kill
Jul 19, 2010 rated it liked it
Jules and her group of friends are witches who spend their time away from everyday high-school life killing vampires, ghost, and werewolves under the directives of their mothers. As the girls 18th birthdays approach, they anticipate their official entry into the witch coven but discover there are dangerous secrets about the coven that their mothers have been keeping from them.
The concept is okay, although I don’t think the supernatural world offers anything unique. I would have appreciated the s
Rena Cando
Feb 03, 2015 rated it liked it
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Scimone Jackson
Aug 30, 2012 rated it really liked it
What can I say? Book was good. Finished it in a day. A little pissed at myself about that one but eh....what can i say....Book was good (did i say that already?) So here goes...Jules...I loved her...Dani...Loved her...Finn Loved him...wish we had more of him. As much as i didn't like Connor (from the very beginning i'll have everyone know that i didn't like him)I don't think he deserved what he got in the end. See what bad parenting will do to us folks?! I thought this book was extremely unique. ...more
Feb 24, 2010 rated it really liked it
Four stars is a little generous - more like 3.5.

Jules is the youngest of the latest generation of the local coven. She's a revealer, which means when normal teens are sleeping or studying, she's out with the other teenage girls in her coven hunting down vampires, werewolves, and ghosts. The five girls, all born within weeks of each other are fast approaching their eighteenth birthday when they'll be officially initiated into the coven. However, when the first of them turns eighteen, a slip of t
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“A good hunter keeps her distance from non-coven people," she says with a touch of ice in her voice - doing a dead-on imitation of Mrs. Keyes.
"A good hunter keeps herself chaste," Z adds.
"A good hunter will explode from lack of contact with the opposite sex," Sascha deadpans.

Margo shakes her head in disgust. "A good hunter will cut the crap and do what she's suppose to do.”
“Hey, what are we going to get Margo for her birthday?" I ask.
"I know what to get her."
Dani looks around, and then whispers in my ear. "A spell to remove the stick from her ass.”
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