Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. The dysfunctional 'lovers' being reincarnated, the lore of the witches and warlocks, etc. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. An accident happens in the series ok one of many!! It hadn't been explained properly in the first 4 books just why they were fighting. You can read more book reviews or buy Wicked: Resurrection by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie at You can read more book reviews or buy Wicked: Resurrection by Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie at. And then Holly ends up saving the day at the end. When the balance of good and evil are in the way of saving your loved ones what would you do.
Bizarre incidents occur to Holly, such as strange visions and dreams. This one was better about letting you know there was a switch between scenes and who would be in that scene. It makes you see things different, that not all people are really evil, even though they seem like it at one point in time. I've read all books in the series. That's why there was a war? And yet she became one of the characters I liked the most and felt the most for. It's been very badly edited and since this book is mainly action that's a big problem.
Check out my reviews on Wicked and Wicked 2. I always liked him best for her even when he was being evil. Wicked: Resurrection is a stunning finale to a delicious fantasy series. While leader of the coven, Holly, is trekking through Europe with her cousin and his followers in a bid to rid the world of warlocks who pose a threat, Nicole is adjusting to life as a new mother under the watchful and protective eye of her twin sister, Amanda. For Holly, she's with Alex and the Temple of Air fleshing out covens of warlocks and defeating them all. There are lots of characters in this book, but they are grouped together and are written about in different countries, times, some people being possessed by others.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Sadly though the poor execution has ruined a great story. I still loathe Eli, but whatever. And may I say thank friggin' God that Jer stopped being a total pussy and finally admitted him and Holly were mean't to be together. She's also written fiction related to several other science fiction and fantasy shows, including and. Holder was born Nancy Lindsay Jones in on August 29, 1953.
I can't even begin to describe how much I was looking forward to reading this book. If anybody knows the answer plz plz plz tell me!!! At the end of the last novel Spellbound, I was left breathless, and shocked, at the cliffhanger. The deaths of some characters could've been overlooked if you didn't have your full attention invested in the book. But what I really have loved about this series was the characters, especially the ones originally cast as secondary ones. Jer has a connection with Holly from the minute they meet.
I guess tying Merlin's actions to his jeolousy about being overlooked. Men weren't ever meant to wear those. As a whole, Resurrection was one of the easiest to understand. To be honest, got myself confused a couple of times but the book eventually explained itself. They gave me understanding of the world of Covens that I had not read before.
If you skip it, I am sure you won't walk around with a hole in your soul. There is more bouncing about the globe and through time by various folk searching for other folk, more demons, more revelations, more fireballs, more death and destruction, and some rather dubious returns from the grave. I also felt like a few things about some characters were not clearly wrapped up. One minute, 16-year-old Zoey Redbird is a normal teenager dealing with everyday high school stress; the next, she's Marked as a fledgling vampyre, forcing her to leave her ordinary life behind and join the House of Night, a boarding school where she will train to become an adult vampyre. We catch up with the Cahors struggling to survive in a world of confusion. Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. The authors take the idea of magic too far as they use it as a means to skip major plot points by simple saying it was magic and not explaining any further.
I was annoyed that Holly insisted on loving him though it was mostly due to Isabeau and Jean. Kudos to the readers who can enjoy this though. They gave me understanding of the world of Covens that I had not read before. This book droned on and on and didn't really tie up everything. A threat more powerful and more frightening than anything they have faced has been watching and waiting.