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Witch on the Water

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  • Posted January 26, 2010

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    Reviewed by Marta Morrison for TeensReadToo.com

    I enjoyed the second book of this fantasy series, following ROWAN OF THE WOOD. I was fortunate to have read the first book last year.

    This time Cullen isn't as noble as he was in the first book. He is tired of having a wizard living in his brain. The Rowan is also tired of life now and wants out. He is depressed and is having a hard time dealing with what his wife has become.

    A new character has emerged in this book. It is the math teacher who has a thing for Max, Cullen's favorite teacher. It is good because he turns out to be something of a hero. All of the characters are well fleshed out and are believable.

    This time they try to send the Rowan to the otherworld while saving Cullen. It backfires and they instead have to save Max from Fiana's clutches. I can't say much more because I will give too much away.

    If you like fantasy, PLEASE check these books out. I promise you won't be sorry!

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