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The Wiccan Waltz (The Wicca Chronicles #1)

3.13  ·  Rating details ·  16 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Anika is a young, impulsive girl who hopes to solve the mysteries of life by following Wicca. On this path, she encounters the joy of first love, the fear of uncertainty and the power of complete surrender. This is not as simple as it seems, hidden in the shadows are conspiracies, secrets and betrayals. Will Anika be able to survive in this mysterious world?
Kindle Edition, 103 pages
Published February 24th 2017
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Damini Aggarwal
Mar 13, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The story is awesomely presented. Right from the beginning to the ultimate scene, one can find herself glued to the words. Characterisation, narration, plotting, presentation are all 4/5. Despite there are few areas of improvement, the story is a goodread. I loved reading it all over and spending my value time and cherishing the tale. Kudos to the author. Wish to read more from your side that too in a paper back.
Apurva Khadye
Wiccan waltz (The Wicca chronicle #1)
By Pragya Vishnoi
Kindle Edition, 73 pages
Published February 24th 2017

Wiccan waltz deals with the story of Anika who is an aspiring witch. She dwells on dimensions of Wicca as well as on love. Plot deals with more twists and turns that it becomes overwhelming for readers.
Wiccan waltz has a theme of paranormal and love story. Love story seems more over powering than that of paranormal. Maybe that's one of the reason books fails to create ambiance for a paranorm
Katelyn Worley
Mar 06, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Amazing story! I was hooked! I couldn't put it down. ...more
Jayasree B
The Wiccan Waltz is a short story about a girl who finds herself interested in the realm of witchcraft.

As she embarks on a journey to discover her talents, she also discovers some mysteries and the good and bad that exist in that world. Since it is a short story, I am not going to get into details of the plot.

Overall, the book has a few flaws. I thought that the characters themselves needed more definition. Sometimes, they are just names across the page with no background or insight into the pe
Gunjan Mittal
Mar 12, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The story is about Anika is fascinated by witchcraft and wants to learn it. She gets scary dreams and she goes out to understand the meaning of these dreams. She meets a boy called Ryan and then her teacher called Aparajita. Ankita goes to slowly learning witchcraft and also starts to explore the good and bad associated with it. I will not speak about the story the lot so much. I think you should read it for sure! I was so fascinated by the entire Wiccan thing that I started to read a little mor ...more
Deepak Poddar
Aug 04, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Content was superb, thought I am not too much into reading ghost, vampire and out of world stories. But somehow this one kept me engaged like a curious movie in front of my eye. Wonderful start Pragya.
Mar 15, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
There are many inconsistencies in the story.
And a lot of mistakes too. In one line Ryan and Rohan are brothers, in the next it's Rohan and Rachit, and then Ryan and Rachit.

Anika and her mother are discussing something at their place and nobody seems to he around and suddenly Mrs D. Souza speaks up.

There is barely any character development and most characters are just not believable.
Boundless Book Reviews
This story is a great idea and I loved the concept behind it. Vampires and witches together in one book was a definite must read for me; unfortunately, I was very disappointed in the writing. I found it to be juvenile; I felt like I was grading one of my students’ papers. I would have given it a D- at best. The sentences were extremely simple and it was quite obvious the writer was not experienced with English spelling or grammar. There were several errors throughout, which dramatically took awa ...more
Kayla Reed
May 03, 2017 rated it it was ok
(2.5) I actually liked the actual point of the story but a few things just didn't work for me. I have my full review posted on my Youtube channel >>> as well as on my blog >>> http://poeticbutterflyreview.blogspot...

Respectfully Yours,

Kayla Harrell
Sondra Hicks
Mar 06, 2017 rated it liked it
Good plot

story has two chapters that read the same and jumps to a scene I have no idea what's going on or how it happened. There are spelling errors, I think a few better transitions from scene to scene would help. Plot is there and characters are interesting but I did enjoy it otherwise
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