Witch & Wizard

Witch & Wizard

James Patterson Gabrielle Charbonnet / Aug 21, 2019

Witch Wizard The world is changing the government has seized control of every aspect of society and now kids are disappearing For fifteen year old Wisty and her older brother Whit life turns upside down when the

  • Title: Witch & Wizard
  • Author: James Patterson Gabrielle Charbonnet
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  • Page: 281
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  • The world is changing the government has seized control of every aspect of society, and now kids are disappearing For fifteen year old Wisty and her older brother Whit, life turns upside down when they are hauled out of bed one night, separated from their parents, and thrown into a secret compound for no reason they can comprehend The new government is clearly trying toThe world is changing the government has seized control of every aspect of society, and now kids are disappearing For fifteen year old Wisty and her older brother Whit, life turns upside down when they are hauled out of bed one night, separated from their parents, and thrown into a secret compound for no reason they can comprehend The new government is clearly trying to suppress Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Being a Normal Teenager.Imprisoned together and condemned to death, Wisty and Whit begin exhibiting strange abilities and powers they never dreamed of Maybe there is a reason they were singled out Can this newly discovered witch and a wizard master their skills in time to save themselves, their parents and maybe the world

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        Official US SiteOfficial UK SiteBookShotsJIMMY Patterson BooksOfficial Site for James Patterson s Middle School SeriesReadKiddoReadJames Patterson has created enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today with his Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, Women s Murder Club, Private, NYPD Red, Daniel X, Maximum Ride, and Middle School series As of January 2016, he has sold over 350 million books worldwide and currently holds the Guinness World Record for the most 1 New York Times bestsellers In addition to writing the thriller novels for which he is best known, he also writes children s, middle grade, and young adult fiction and is also the first author to have 1 new titles simultaneously on the New York Times adult and children s bestsellers lists.The son of an insurance salesman and a schoolteacher, Patterson grew up in Newburgh, New York, and began casually writing at the age of nineteen In 1969, he graduated from Manhattan College He was given a full ride to Vanderbilt University s graduate program in English but dropped out after a year, knowing that he wouldn t be able to continue reading and writing for pleasure if he became a college professor.Instead, he moved to New York to become a junior copywriter for the advertising agency J Walter Thompson, eventually becoming CEO of its North American company.In 1976, while still working for J Walter Thompson, Patterson published his first novel, The Thomas Berryman Number, with Little, Brown and Company After being turned down by thirty one publishers, it won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel Patterson s 1993 novel, Along Came a Spider, his first novel to feature Alex Cross, was also his first New York Times bestseller in fiction.In 2001, Morgan Freeman starred as Alex Cross in a film adaptation of Along Came a Spider, and Tyler Perry also played the character in the 2012 film Alex Cross A film adaptation of Patterson s middle grade novel Middle School The Worst Years of My Life will be released in theaters in October 2016.For his initiatives to help kids become passionate readers and for his philanthropic efforts, Patterson was awarded the National Book Foundation s 2015 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community James Patterson has donated than one million books to students, emphasizing some of the most under resourced schools and youth programs in the country In 2015, Patterson donated 1.75 million to school libraries throughout the United States, and 250,000 in holiday bonuses to individual bookstore employees He also gave 1 million to independent bookstores in 2014.Patterson has recently donated over 26 million to his and his wife s alma maters the University of Wisconsin, Vanderbilt University, and Manhattan College and he has established over four hundred Teacher Education Scholarships at twenty four colleges and universities throughout the country Patterson has also donated over 650,000 books to U.S soldiers at home and overseas In May 2015, Patterson launched a new children s book imprint at Little, Brown, called JIMMY Patterson, that is unwaveringly focused on one goal turning kids into lifelong readers This imprint also provides resources, strategies, and programs to serve teachers, parents, librarians, and booksellers Patterson will be investing proceeds from the sales of JIMMY Patterson Books in pro reading initiatives Patterson has also founded ReadKiddoRead, a website designed to help parents, teachers, and librarians ignite a new generation s excitement for reading.


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    1. If you are expecting this to be "the next Harry Potter", you will be deeply let down. I saw the ads for this book and had very high hopes that this would be the next series to captivate audiences around the world, gain its own movies, and achieve its own fansites. I honestly don't think it will even get close.The plot of this story had great potential, but the way it was executed made it hard for me to enjoy this book. I felt as though it was trying to be HP so much that it, quite frankly sucked [...]


    2. I've never really been a big fan of James Patterson. After Reading "Angel Experiment" and "Daniel X" I had pretty much given up on this guy. Although, I had heard some amazing things about his new book "Witch & Wizard" so I thought 'What the heck' and so I picked it up and read it. BLEH!!! I honestly cannot stand Patterson's writing style. The dialogue that his characters use is just so unrealistic, lamely sarcastic and just overall annoying. On top of that, I've never really been a big fan [...]


    3. My thoughts:I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book. I'm so glad I waited to get it from my local library rather than buying it at the book store. If I had spent my own money on itwell, it would have been even a bigger disappointment than it was.I'm a big fan of James Patterson's adult books. I LOVE the Alex Cross series. I started getting a bit disenchanted after reading The Beach House, one of the first books he co-authored. The next book- I can't even recall the title because I didn't fi [...]


    4. This is the first book that I've read and that I couldn't finish without skimming over most of it. The writing was so, so bad, the characters were so stupid and made all the wrong decision and the dialogue was so cheesy. I've been searching for at least one thing that I liked about the book, but I failed miserably. I quite like James Patterson's books, but I don't know what happened in this one. This might possibly be the worst book that I've read so far, and that really is saying something.


    5. Ugh.Everything about this book was cliche and annoying: the characters, the dialogue, the plotNothing was well developed at all. It was just a big fat mess. When J.P. tried to be funny, I found it irritating, when he tried to be clever, I found it stupid, and when he tried to be original, I found it sadly the opposite.I was very, very disappointed in J.P especially since this is the first book I've read by him. Not a great first impression, sorry to say. I know he's got some other popular books, [...]


    6. Let me first start off by saying that I don’t mean to offend anyone who loves this book (because there seems to be a ridiculously large amount), but I H-A-T-E-D hated this book! It was so terrible, I don’t understand how people can possibly even come close to liking it. I’ll start with the main characters, Whit and Wisty Allgood. They were idiotic, terribly constructed, selfish, fools. I mean, come on! And the names! Who seriously names their two kids Wisteria and Whitford? They had absolu [...]


    7. I don't know whats worse- this book, or the fact that I read it.I hated practically everything about this novel. The characters were so off; Whit and Whisty were too close of names anyway, and it just became confusing. Switching between the two characters didn't have the desired effect I know Patterson had been going for. I found the two annoying.Also, I felt it was too scatered. There wasn't enough information about what was happening at that moment, it changed too quickly.The attempt at placin [...]


    8. I rarely refuse to continue reading a book I have started, but I just refused to finish this oneI was very interested in reading this book after seeing it described as being a new series for Harry Potter fanswhich, as it turns out, is extremely misleading!! I think there were good ideas for a storyline behind this book, but the writing was so lacking (no detail, lacking any emotion, poor character development, etc.) that I just had to give up on the book completely's too bad, because I do think [...]


    9. They're afraid of change, and we must change. They're afraid of the young, and we are the young. They're afraid of music, and music is our life. They're afraid of books, and knowledge, and ideas. They're most afraid of our magic.You know what I'm afraid? I'm afraid that this book is actually a best-seller.I've never felt such a huge amount of hate for a book. I've never felt so powerless to think how many innocent trees were cut for making paper for this shit book. I've never felt so embarrased [...]


    10. This book had me laughing right from the start and not because of anything James Patterson had written. No, not at all. My local library, bless them, has a tendency to mis-classify book genres and had placed this book in the Thriller section, along with some of Patterson's other Thriller style books. In the front, the library had stuck their little comment sheet, a place where people can mark a book when they have read it. Old school, I know. And, here is where the laughter began.Staunch Patters [...]


    11. What is worse than a flat, static main character? TWO flat, static main characters. To take it one, horrible step further, have these characters narrate their own story in short, choppy chapters. This book seems almost like a first draft or maybe even a detailed outline for the idea of a book. There is very little detail or descriptive writing. For example, on pg. 161: "You got your friends out!" the girl said, then hugged Celia, the way Half-lights hug. Hard to describe." (Really James Patterso [...]


    12. This book is about these two kids Whit, and Wisty that are taken away from their home in the middle of the night and accused of being a witch and a wizard. Its all because of the New Order thats run by this man called The One Who Is The One, who is trying to rid the world of all magic. I think that ANYONE can read this book and still love it! It pulled me in from the first chapter. It is defenintley a page-turner!:)


    13. James Patterson’s “Witch and Wizard” could be summed up as Harry Potter meets 1984, except without any vision, effort or grace. The plot revolves around two teens dragged from their parents by the totalitarian “New World Order.” Prison, terror, ham-handed magic, and kewl “if teenagers ran the world” mythmaking follow before the book reverts to its opening cliffhanger, setting the way for the obligatory—and unnecessary—sequel.What makes the book so objectionable? The first strik [...]


    14. Patterson paints a detailed picture of America taken over by a totalitarian dictator who calls himself "The One Who is The One" with this novel. It was really easy to connect to the characters, and this book makes the reader re-evaluate his or her appreciation for art - whether it is visual, literary, musical, or magical. The ending was a bit of a disappointment, but this was such a good book (for the most part) that I blew through it in one day. I also enjoyed making the connections between pop [...]


    15. A very quick read, not extremely advanced but the fast paced writing style worked with the story. It's pretty different and quite exciting and enjoyable. It has decent characters, including a good strong female.I didn't love it; I liked it enough, it's not an amazing children's fantasy but it's a fine and fun story. I don't feel a massive urge to continue the series however, much like Maximum Ride – it's just fine, but I'm not that into it.



    16. First thoughts upon getting this galley: AWESOME COVER. I love the red slip and the way it hides words. High hopes for this one.First thoughts upon finishing the book:Just.Not.Impressed.I used to like James Patterson- and by 'used to', I mean when I first read The Angel Experiment. It was fast-paced, it was intriguing, and it kept my interest. As the series went on, it degraded and dragged; what I expected to be a trilogy is now what, going on six books? And it's not even tongue-in-cheek like th [...]


    17. Here are the issues I take with this book in no particular order of importance:1. Note to James Patterson: Harry Potter has already been done. No reason to try and recreate it with less likable characters. Moving on2. Every one of these characters annoyed me. Maybe with exception to the boy who was turned into a weasel. He didn't bother me. And to be honest, halfway through the book, I could see why he wanted to turn these obnoxious siblings into the authorities for possible execution. I'm just [...]


    18. **0.5 stars**As the fiery cover suggests, I burned this book, feeling no regret as I did, and a big urge to start dancing. This book was just THIS BAD. (I wasn't kidding about burning it, I seriously did). The writing sucks. The characters are dumb, with the dumbest names I've ever heard (Whit and Whisteria, wtf??!) . The plot is confusing and cliché af. I tried the next books to see if it would get better (SPOILER: they didn't) and eventually DNFed at like book 4. DO NOT RECOMMEND. DON'T READ. [...]


    19. I just I don’t even know where to begin with this stupid book except for saying that I feel bad for the trees that were cut down to print the paper copies. This is the first (and probably last) Patterson book I tried and why does this guy have a writing career?What’s it about?A brother and sister are taken from their home and put in a prison because they’re accused of being a witch and wizard which is pretty much all I can say without giving a bunch of spoilers.Why this gets 1 star:The sto [...]



    20. Just finished this one and am already onto the next "The Gift" as this Witch and Wizard leaves you with a cliffhanger ending. It's a first person told story and switches perspectives between the sister and brother (witch and wizard).The part that was a little confusing (and thus not more stars)is that each chapter is theoretically a change of character but sometimes it isn't. So you think you're on to the other one's viewpoint, yet without discernable reason it's still the same person. There is [...]


    21. One of my kids lent me this, and now I'm faced with the dilemma of what to say about a series he obviously really enjoys, which I findupid. I think the most I can say is that the idea is interesting - that a totalitarian society suddenly springs up in a world much like our own, and the children of the world have to face both the rising of this and of their to-this-point unknown magical powers. BY FAR the most entertaining thing about this book is the Cockney-rhyming-slang allusions to books, mus [...]


    22. I'm a fan of James Patterson, I won't deny that. As a teacher, it's Patterson who can lure in kids who hate to read. His very short chapters and constantly "in motion" stories have the ability to capture any readers attention.But, and yes, here comes the but I'm surprised that James Patterson has resorted to allowing others to write his books and then put his name on them. Witch and Wizard echoes Patterson's writing with short chapters, but the story? Well it's clear that the person who wrote th [...]


    23. Another good read by James Patterson. I thought it was some what simular to the Maxium Ride Series because of the special powers the Witch "Wisty" and the Wizzard "Whit" had, along with them being teen agers. The only difference is is that Wisty and Whit were born with their powers and the kids in the the Maxium Ride Series were created by experiments.This Story also reminded me of The Hunger Games by Suzan Collins because of the dictatorship and how the freedoms we have in a democracy goverment [...]


    24. In an attempt at fairness to the "author", I listened to the first of several discs, but had to force myself to get through that. While stopping short of plagiarism, this work offered nothing new. Themes and characters were rehashed from the works of Orwell's 1984, Ursula LeGuin, Bradbury, J.K. Rowlings and no doubt others. I heard nothing new. Far too many original works are left to be read; I gave this one more time than it deserved.


    25. The New Order has taken control of the government. The One Who Is The One has passed new laws that severely inhibit the citizens. Art, music, free expression, imagination, and magic are illegal and if you are caught participating in any of these activities you will be put in prison for rehabilitation or, worst case scenario, executed.Whit and Wisty, brother and sister, are roused out of a good night’s sleep when the police bust into their home and arrest them. They are taken to a prison where [...]


    26. I loved the book! The novel was greatly illustrated, with vocabulary words, which would help readers understand the characters perspective and personality. The genre of this book was science-fiction. It was filled with magic, creatures, and Intrigue. I would recommend this book to ages, ten through one-hundred. Unlike a lot of novels, this book was a mix between, Harry Potter, and The Hunger Games. This novel represented true friendship, and teamwork between the characters. It was full of suspen [...]


    27. I'm beginning to think that James Patterson is just farming out his name and writing format to lesser authors in need of exposure. Witch and Wizard is a serviceable if depressing teen thriller, but the problem starts at the beginning of the novel: the action takes precedence over character development, so the reader never gets a full picture of our protagonists beyond a few snide comments and stress based dialogue. There is allusion to the differences between the siblings, told through the voice [...]


    28. I read this book a long time ago. I remember being obsessed with it. However, due to my younger age, I never got my hands on the sequel. Not too long ago, I heard that another book in the series had come out, and I asked myself, 'Why not give it another go?'Now, I went into the book calmly, remembering that I was younger and that I may have overreacted about how the book was. However, around page three, I was hooked all over again.The plot is gripping. You're thrown right into the action, smack [...]


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