Book Reviews of Witch Spell

Witch Spell
Witch Spell
Author: Guy N. Smith
ISBN-13: 9780786014279
ISBN-10: 078601427X
Publication Date: 9/1/2001
Pages: 288
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5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Chilling horror novel about a young girl coming of age, the daughter of a white witch mother, and supernatural evil father. As she learns how to weild her new powers, she must choose the path of good, or the dark path of evil.
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She is the daughter of two witches: One white, one dark. But only one will rule her destiny.
For her own protection, thirteen year old Brenda ( Bobbie) Wheeler is sent by her white witch mother to an English boarding school. But Bobbie feels lost... until she begins some very special lessons. Her distant father is secretly teaching her how to wield her extraordinary supernatural gift-and he is gradually leading her farther and farther down a very dark path...
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Witches can go either way.This book was
graphic and violent at times.Good times..
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Smith is a great author for those who don't mind sexually explicit, and full of graphic violence horror stories. I totally enjoy his work. Horror is about shocking people in my humble opinion, and he does it quite well. This book is not long at all, and highly entertaining. Don't expect witches who fly on brooms and carve pumpkins. lol.