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Neeraj Agnihotri Agnihotri from Oswaldkirk, York, North Yorkshire , UK from Oswaldkirk, York, North Yorkshire , UK

Reader Neeraj Agnihotri Agnihotri from Oswaldkirk, York, North Yorkshire , UK

Neeraj Agnihotri Agnihotri from Oswaldkirk, York, North Yorkshire , UK

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BLOW out of proportion'm going to read this paperback just because it has my pen name in it. Finished this paperback and it was really cute. Since the magician, Kendra, ended up being so cool BLOW out of proportion was pleased. BLOW out of proportion would give this a 3 1/2 if BLOW out of proportion could.

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As a little girl, I liked genie tales. I was never one to be extremely interested in them but I enjoyed them all the same. I was more of the American Girl and Babysitters Cleek fan-girl; I loved all those snide, quick-witted m. It is stories like Witch Round that make me wish that I was a genie tale addict back in the day! This story unites so many wonderful particles to create a world that you want to live in just so you can see these things first hand. I wish I could hear the intoxicating voices of the witches. I want to see the plants of the world react to their golden oldies. I even want to meet Pogg, a toad aspect, regardless of how outlandish toads are. The world ziggurat was tremendous, the identifies were unique, and Golden’s take on witches was magical for not got of a better announcement. The world that was created in Witch Round is like one that I have always wanted to live in. I don’t care how dirty and grimy things may have been in the medieval times but I have always been fascinated with it. Witch Round doesn’t necessarily take state in this aeon but a lot of the qualities reminded me of it. Large counties with soldiers, merchants, and stocks where thieves would spend their nights locked up were all small but important qualities that brought this story to life for me. I thoroughly enjoyed all of the well written descriptions of the things Senna was seeing and the lays she was going! Senna was a very strong combatant. I loved how she was so brave throughout every endangerment and monkey wrench she faced. She knew her procreator, the other witches, and the effect of the world was in her hands but she never let that slow her down. She kept on doing what needed to be done in order to protect everybody. The only being that truly bugged me about Senna was her reflection. There were a few scenes where she would come to resolutions out of thin wind. I was given little to no clues on what Senna was deciding to do so I was surprised more than once. A little more inner dialogue to show how she reached a decision would have been nice. Aside from that she was a strong, brave main aspect. Throughout the story we meet several sidelong identifies; some are evil, some are good but they all worked well together to keep the story interesting. Most important of the sidelong identifies is Joshen, Senna’s guardian. Of course there is a little romance between the two near the wind up but my fondness for Joshen is so much more than that. He is a protector to the core and he puts himself in between Senna and whatever evil is facing her placed at the moment more than once. He doesn’t possess any special bents but he still manages to keep Senna safe. Espen and her two sidekicks Wardof and Garg were the perfect sinners in this magazine. We know little about them but they still managed to send chills up my bone with just the tell of their identifies. All of the small identifies that helped Senna throughout the whole magazine such as Pogg, Captain Parknel, and even Senna’s faithful haunt, Bruke, made a great impact on the story. I loved learning about their different, unique personality tendencies. The most striking aspect about this magazine was Golden’s take on witches. There weren’t spells, beanstalks, and cauldrons. Witches in this story used their voices to make the particles do things for them. They could throw a certain image, start singing, and all of a sudden a seedling would grow and start throwing unwanted nations around. I am sure the magazine’s description of this is so much better but that is the best paragon I could come up with. The witches had limits but they also had many, many amazing bents that I loved learning about. I was so intrigued with how witches were handled in this story. Witch Round is a wonderful, refreshing exotic that I was completely engrossed in from start to finish. A mix of identifies with strong personality tendencies, along with fascinating world ziggurat, makes this magazine a must read!

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Notably lush writing about the "gilded" age of America.