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Wit'ch Fire by James Clemens
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Mar 08, 2010

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Read from March 08 to 11, 2010

I haven't quite decided what I think of Wit'ch Fire yet. It was, at least, definitely good enough that I will read the next book in the series.

The story is a coming-of-age story, where the main MAIN character (there are several leading characters, but one is the one around whom all the other stories revolve) is a young girl with blossoming powers and a destiny that she will save and/or destroy the world. With her powers come the urge to abuse and destroy with them, which she must learn to control.

For me, this is a very familiar plotline and I don't really feel that this book offered any real gems of twisting that into any directions I haven't seen before.

That said, it is well written with interesting characters that are diverse and have a multitude of motivators. Ironically, I was really disappointed when one of the more evil characters of the story died in the end. They did a great job of giving his character some colorful and creative depth and I really hoped he'd get to stick around.

So I will definitely try the sequel Wit'ch Storm and hopefully it'll hook me. Because if it doesn't, I'm not sure I'm willing to commit much more past two books.

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