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Witchcraft (Witchblood Series Book 2) by [Mills, Emma]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 511 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008BRGG5W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #54,616 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wow!

Gripping, action-packed, fast-paced and extremely difficult to put down.

This series has definitely made it onto my 'favourites' list and will be re-read at some point in the not too distant future.

I can't wait for the next one!
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Excellent sequel!

Witchcraft sees Jess develop as a character into a headstrong, but unsure young woman / vampire, into a very sure one who's still headstrong.

We discover more about her witch powers and how they affect her as a vampire. Emma did a GREAT job going into the intricacies of certain spells and rituals which were highly accurate and true to [Wiccan] life practices.

We learn more about Luke too, and about Sebastian, the yummy, dark-haired, vampire who clearly knows more than he ever says in an Eric Northman kind of way.

There were some super-sexy, blood-drinking scenes thrown in too ;)

All the characters from the first book are back, and we're introduced to 3 or 4 new ones who will undoubtedly be making an appearance in the next book... not to mention... the ENDING! OMG! Are there characters we will NEVER be seeing again??? Anything can happen in Emma's plot-filled stories...

Bring on book three!!!

*I was given a free copy of this book by the author / publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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In "Witchcraft," the second entry in the "Witchblood" series, Emma Mills transports us back to a world that manages to seem so similar to, yet also so different from, the one we currently inhabit. And what a world it is--brimming with vampires, witches, angels, and an uneasy peace that the reader knows cannot last much longer!

Everyone's favorite heroine, Jess, has been through some traumatic times and has undergone some dramatic changes ... but she hasn't seen anything yet. Before the reader can blink, Mills rockets Jess through a whirlwind of events that threatens to turn her world upside down and risk the lives of everyone she holds dear.

We're reintroduced to old friends and introduced to new enemies. Jess is forced to do some unthinkable things, while being faced with unspeakable cruelty. And through it all, the cost of her decisions continues to grow. In a display of true literary prowess, Mills comes up with an ending that is at once satisfying, tragic, and suspenseful ... while leaving the reader anxiously awaiting more.

Fans of YA, paranormal romance, and even light horror should check out "Witchcraft." I highly recommend it.
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This was an excellent second book, i was already gripped by the first one and could not wait to get this to find out what happened and now i feel lost as I do not have the third to read... hurry Emma I am in agony here!!
The story lines of these books are really easily to relate to, the characters are simple yet real. They are not too heavy- in my opinion just enough twists and turns/ depth and details.
Great read for everyone.

Witchblood (Witchblood Series)
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The second installment of the Witchblood series from Emma Mills did not disappoint. Again We follow Jess on her discovery of her talents and also the discovery of the truth behind her relationship with Luke. The entire book is filled with a gripping plot and brings into the fore some the characters mentioned in the first book only, now we meet them, and Wow, again more strong characters good and bad.

The tension between Jess and Daniel is deliciously intense, her strength and courage increases and she doesnt shirk from looking out for those that mean the most to her. I loved the book, again plenty of twists and a very surprising ending that has left me wanting more. What happens to Jess next, will have to wait for the next installment, and am so looking forward to it. Again Emma, thanks for an awesome read.
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I read 'Witchblood' yesterday and found it unique and fascinating, the fact that it was set in Manchester made it even more so, my only issue was Jess, at times she seemed a little too childish but I couldn't wait to start this book.
Now I'm not spoiling the story because this happens in the first chapter.
It's not often Jess is left alone, and for good reason, anyway she's been left alone with one instruction 'do not answer the door' so of course she answers the door, invites the person in, allows them upstairs, alone where the super secret 'book of shadows' is just left lying on the dresser, I mean seriously..... I know, I know she's only eighteen am I being too harsh, am I that out of touch with young people but then I think no, my youngest is seventeen and my house is constantly full of friends of that age and I can honestly say that none of them are that stupid and this a real problem for me and one it would would appear is not shared since most people loved this book, I find it difficult to get past it and struggle to like a book where I don't particularly like the main character. I considered stopping at this point and I think if I'd had a break between the books I wouldn't have continued but I literally started this one as soon as I'd finished the last, so I continued on, this wasn't the only 'idiot' moment Jess had and I'd decided that I'd finish this book and not continue with the series but apart from these moments the book was good and towards the end Jess started to show some maturity so I'm going to continue on with the series.
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