CHARACTERS ✓ Black Knight (Witch World #2)


CHARACTERS Black Knight (Witch World, #2)

CHARACTERS ✓ Black Knight (Witch World, #2) ↠ The thrilling Witch World saga continues in this suspenseful paranormal seuel to Red ueen from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christopher PikeJessica Ralle thought the worst was over The mindblowing revelations The terrifying dangerThe heartbreaking lossTurns out discovering Witch PikeJessica Ralle thought the worst was over The mindblowing revelations The terrifying dangerThe heartbreaking lossTurns out discovering Witc. Excerpt from my review originally published at Offbeat YA Pros Uniue approach to witches and alternate universes Faster pace and cohesion than Book 1 Never a dull moment with the possible exception of Ch 1Cons Heroine reads like a slightly different version of Sita The Last VampireThirst this time with a penchant for being in lovelust with two men at a time Most characters are unbelievably skilled for a bunch of newborn teen witches or witch wannabes We don't get the explanations we need in the end and it's unclear if we will because there's no talk of a book 3 yet I asked Pike himself and he said he wants to complete the series but apparently his publishers have very little interest in it right now Or my take on the matter maybe everWARNING This one has blood and guts Literally Sex is mentionedapproached but we don't really get to see it only a would be preludeWill appeal to Those who like feisty female leads Those who can tolerate some gore and suspend disbelief if a story draws them in Those who don't necessarily need ALL the answersAs my review of Red ueen testifies I liked the first installment of this series but didn't unconditionally love it I've reread it prior to tackling this seuel and despite enjoying some bits a lot I still was annoyed at some others The main problem for me apart from the heroine Jessica reading too much like an alternate version of Sita without 5000 years of living under her belt but sometimes acting like she did was that the book was all over the place So I was pleasantly surprised by Black Knight being on the whole much cohesive than its predecessor which I admit it's not easy for a book set in two different universes and sporting the addition of a second almost main character Also this novel's got action blood and guts not that the first installment didn't but it was still a crossover between such things and your average high school aftermath not to mention a bunch of mysteries of different kinds to keep you enthralled And curveballed Can you say curveballed Of course Jessica is still too good to be true a 18 year old girl who can take care of anything under the sun while barely flinching and a newborn witch who can fight with the best of them Because go figure there are others like her But once removed from the post high schoolnormal life setting the fact that six half dozens of teenagers can be catapulted in the middle of a godforsaken place to be pitted against one another and adjust to it doesn't sound that far fetched anyYes actually catapulted and pitted Because six groups of six witches and latent witches each find themselves stranded on an off the map island where they are supposed to fight until only one of them remains In typical Highlander fashion Whole review here

Black Knight Witch World #2PikeJessica Ralle thought the worst was over The mindblowing revelations The terrifying dangerThe heartbreaking lossTurns out discovering Witc. Excerpt from my review originally published at Offbeat YA Pros Uniue approach to witches and alternate universes Faster pace and cohesion than Book 1 Never a dull moment with the possible exception of Ch 1Cons Heroine reads like a slightly different version of Sita The Last VampireThirst this time with a penchant for being in lovelust with two men at a time Most characters are unbelievably skilled for a bunch of newborn teen witches or witch wannabes We don't get the explanations we need in the end and it's unclear if we will because there's no talk of a book 3 yet I asked Pike himself and he said he wants to complete the series but apparently his publishers have very little interest in it right now Or my take on the matter maybe everWARNING This one has blood and guts Literally Sex is mentionedapproached but we don't really get to see it only a would be preludeWill appeal to Those who like feisty female leads Those who can tolerate some gore and suspend disbelief if a story draws them in Those who don't necessarily need ALL the answersAs my review of Red ueen testifies I liked the first installment of this series but didn't unconditionally love it I've reread it prior to tackling this seuel and despite enjoying some bits a lot I still was annoyed at some others The main problem for me apart from the heroine Jessica reading too much like an alternate version of Sita without 5000 years of living under her belt but sometimes acting like she did was that the book was all over the place So I was pleasantly surprised by Black Knight being on the whole much cohesive than its predecessor which I admit it's not easy for a book set in two different universes and sporting the addition of a second almost main character Also this novel's got action blood and guts not that the first installment didn't but it was still a crossover between such things and your average high school aftermath not to mention a bunch of mysteries of different kinds to keep you enthralled And curveballed Can you say curveballed Of course Jessica is still too good to be true a 18 year old girl who can take care of anything under the sun while barely flinching and a newborn witch who can fight with the best of them Because go figure there are others like her But once removed from the post high schoolnormal life setting the fact that six half dozens of teenagers can be catapulted in the middle of a godforsaken place to be pitted against one another and adjust to it doesn't sound that far fetched anyYes actually catapulted and pitted Because six groups of six witches and latent witches each find themselves stranded on an off the map island where they are supposed to fight until only one of them remains In typical Highlander fashion Whole review here

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Black Knight (Witch World, #2) Î The thrilling Witch World saga continues in this suspenseful paranormal seuel to Red ueen from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christopher. 25 StarsMy teen years like many were filled with Pike's crazy and highly entertaining stories How could I refuse a new release Well it turns out I can't but maybe I should haveLet me explain I struggled with the first book a lot It was too detail oriented and felt very juvenile yes I know these are for a younger audience than I happen to belong to but still even for the characters being 18 and older it felt young it read youngOnce again while this has classic Pike greatness like the first book it seemed to lack substance Often falling into familiar overly used tropes such as insta love a love triangle and of course lots of angst and drama While the whole concept of the book was fascinating with the parallel dimensions and the Witch World this still lacked important details to the story and descriptions and details that didn't need to be there making this almost 500 page story was too long The story lulled in spots and then in others went by so uickly you were left scratching your head wondering what in the heck just happened Don't get me wrong this wasn't all bad there were some great moments in the story the arena especially but it just wasn't enough to truly wow me like I wanted to be wowed Sadly I think this is one series that just wasn't for me READ ✓ MONEYEXPRESSCARD.CO.UK È Christopher Pike

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Christopher Pike È 1 CHARACTERS H World was just the beginningThe riveting Witch World saga continues in a seuel packed with even shocking twists and sexy suspense than Book O. I have loved the author for over 25 years and this is the first time I thought a book was truly terribleIt has been two years since the first book came out so my memory was rusty on the characters and exact scenarios but I do remember loving the first book I still have some trouble understanding how people live in both world consecutively not simultaneously When I was 13 and reading about people falling in love instantly I believed it This time I rolled my eyes and thought Jessie was a flaky flighty woman who was not fit for motherhooda serious relationshipI can see how the popularity of the Hunger Games would cause an author to want to put his own spin on it and this was was definitely uniue I loved the parts about the drawings on the cave wall and some of the actual battle scenesThe love story was ridiculous and contrived The sacrifice at the end was even contrived I love Mr Pike and I will continue to read everything he writes but I hope the next installment is much better