Witch & Wizard: The Gift
|File:Witch and Wizard 2 Cover.jpeg|
|Author||James Patterson and Ned Rust|
|Cover artist||Larry Rostant|
|Series||Witch & Wizard|
|Genre||Fiction, Children's literature, Fantasy|
|Publisher||Little Brown and Company|
|November 4, 2010|
|Preceded by||Witch & Wizard|
|Followed by||Witch & Wizard: The Fire|
Witch & Wizard: The Gift is the second novel of the Witch & Wizard series, written by James Patterson & Ned Rust. It was released on November 4, 2010.
Plot[edit | edit source]
When Whit and Wisty were imprisoned by the wicked forces of the totalitarian regime known as the New Order, they were barely able to escape with their lives. Now part of a hidden community of teens like themselves, Whit and Wisty have established themselves as leaders of the Resistance, willing to sacrifice anything to save kidnapped and imprisoned kids.
Now the villainous leader of the New Order is just a breath away from the ability to control the forces of nature and to manipulate his citizens on the most profound level imaginable: through their minds. There is only one more thing he needs to triumph in his evil quest: the Gifts of Whit and Wisty Allgood. And he will stop at nothing to seize them.
In this second installment of James Patterson’s epic Witch & Wizard series, Whit and Wisty’s heart-pounding adventures through the Overworld and Shadowland lead to a spectacular climax and conclusion.
Reception[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "Witch and Wizard: The Gift by James Patterson - review". July 18, 2011 – via www.theguardian.com.
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic Children's literature : Erik P. Kraft, List of Redwall characters, Satyajit Ray, Carmen L. Browne, The House That Had Enough, Rebecca Abe, Witch & Wizard: The Fire
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