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on 6 January 2003
Obviously The Witch Trade is brilliant for any fantasy/adventure fan but Time Witches includes a touch of horror and even more action. As the brilliant text whisks you through the fantastic chapters.As the exciting buildup introduces the horror of spiders and witches the humour and fantasy leaves you gasping,laughing and shivering. As you read the text Molloy's description digs into your imagination and you imagine all the fantastic characters running,cackling and burning. I would compare this to tobbaco because there is an addiction .A burning temptation to read on . A temptation so stong you won't want to put the book down. If you've read The Witch Trade then this . Overall a magical ray of hope that books won't become plain comic humour.READ IT!
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on 8 June 2006
If you want mysterious magic, elves,witches, werewolves and death,including bringing back the then you want this book and you want it now! A truly fascinating story by Michael Molloy

My two favourite characters are Abby Clover, a girl who is extremely headstrong and Lucia Cheeseman a night witch of the Black Forest - one of the biggest black worlds.

The story takes place in Pertunia Woodland when Abby tries to take a clock from Lucia to change time but no way will Lucia let this clock out of her hands!

The style used by the author stayed the same throughout the book and he used good vocabulary to really exagerate certain aspects and characters. I really loved the illustrations.

Buy it and read it - you won't regret it!
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on 11 March 2015
A childhood favourite. Very well written. I just wish they were available on Kindle in English.
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