A Warlock in Jersey: Jersey Demon Trilogy Bk.2 Hardcover – 25 Oct 2007
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About the Author
After a difficult birth, during which she actually died and had to be resuscitated, Holly Williams defied the doctors' predictions that she would be 'little more than a vegetable' and went on to enjoy a fulfilled and happy childhood, supported by her large and loving family. She attended the Chailey Heritage School in Sussex where, at 13, she wrote her first book, Animal High, a collection of stories about a special school for disabled and non-disabled animals. This was published by The Book Guild. She passed GCSEs in seven subjects and went on to Lord Mayor Treloar's College to study photography and media studies. Holly works part-time at a disability issues consultancy and has appeared in a training video for professionals. She also works at CHEC, a local social firm that produces promotional items for small businesses and provides work opportunities for physically disabled young people. She lives at home with her parents and a psychotic cockatiel who answers to the name of Bobby Baldric. A Warlock in Jersey is the second book in the Jersey Demon trilogy.
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As Jessica makes her journey back to Jersey it feels as though we touch down with her, catching up with Rina, Elsa and Jake is like meeting up with great friends after a long time away. Many things have changed in Jersey, Some for the good, but far more serious changes are about to happen which will test the friends powers and strengths to the max!
I finished the second book even faster than the first, it was hard to put down and really kept me entertained.
I hope Holly doesn't make us wait too long for the the third (and sadly) final part to the trilogy, indeed in some ways it'll be hard to read the next book knowing that each page read is a page closer to the final chapter of this enchanting story.