Charmed Season 9 Volume 4 Paperback – 22 Nov 2012
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About the Author
Paul Ruditis has written numerous companion books and novels for TV shows like Battlestar Galactica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek, The Walking Dead, and The West Wing. He has co-authored both of the official Charmed episode guides and has written several earlier Charmed novels, as well as the New York Times bestselling comic book series revealing the show s unaired ninth season.
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(SOME SPOILERS AHEAD)
Anyway, now that that irritation is out of the way, I'll talk about the story. We were left with a cliffhanger at the end of volume 3, with the thought to be mortal Henry Jr. magically covering his room in ice. This volume opens a few months after that. Magic has somehow been switched: the magical community are left powerless and all the mortals of the world have powers! The darklighter Rennek is thought to be behind it. One thing I love about this story is that it gives the mortals a chance to really fight for once, especially Henry, Elise and a certain cop who disappeared after season 7. Where does Prue stand in all this? Good question. Prue stripped her powers in the last volume so she is technically a mortal... but can she ever be like all the other mortals in the world? Probably not... and that's something that we also have explored in this issue.Read more ›
In general, it's a good read, I will continue to follow the graphic novels, I look forward to seeing what they come up with next.
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My daughters loved charmed and were happy when they released these.Published 15 months ago by Susan Downes