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Wicked: Witch & Curse

3 Ratings: 3.0
A book by Nancy Holder

Holly Cathers's world shatters when her parents are killed in a terrible accident. Wrenched from her home in San Francisco, she is sent to Seattle to live with her relatives, Aunt Marie-Claire and her twin cousins, Amanda and Nicole.In her new home, … see full wiki

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Author: Nancy Holder
Publisher: Simon Pulse
3 reviews about Wicked: Witch & Curse
review by . November 23, 2009
For Holly Cathers, it starts when her parents and best friend are killed in a rafting accident. Against her will, she is forced to move to Seattle to live with her aunt Marie-Claire, a relative Holly hadn't known she had. It turns out, there's a lot of things Holly never knew about her family history, long buried secrets that are dredged up when a series of freak accidents start happening to Holly and those around her. Because these are no ordinary occurrences, but the work of something deeper--and …
review by . November 22, 2009
The first Wicked book is made up of Witch, the first novel, and Curse, the second. It is told in third person, with changing views in order to keep the story flowing.    In Witch, I found myself surprised just how dark this novel got, and loved every second. Holly starts out as a normal girl, who suffers through a terrible ordeal in the beginning, and has to now live with her aunt and uncle in Seattle. This is when the story really started for me. Amanda comes off as sweet, if …
review by . October 02, 2009
Dark and full of shivers, this book is a perfect precursor for the Halloween season! Pick it up and get your pointed hats out of the closet, I recommend this book to witch lovers, adult and teen alike. Just settle in a for a long ride, because its a hard read, but worth it in the end.      This book was much darker than I expected for a YA novel and from the beginning I must say that I do not recommend this book for younger teens. I don't believe in eradicating sexuality …
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