Witch (Book Three in the Bullied Series): A Novellaby Christopher Smith
If Seth uses the amulet properly, it will protect him from those determined to crush him at school. But after so many years of being beaten down and humiliated, the question is whether
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In the first book of the Bulied Series, BULLIED, the relentlessly bullied 18-year-old Seth Moore is gifted an amulet that ignites within him a wealth of supernatural powers.
If Seth uses the amulet properly, it will protect him from those determined to crush him at school. But after so many years of being beaten down and humiliated, the question is whether Seth can resist creating a firestorm of horror when the bullies around him create one fatal, awful act that begs for revenge.
It's how Seth cleverly crushes some of his bullies that fuels the harrowing second book in the series, REVENGE.
Now, in WITCH, Seth fully understands the power of the amulet as other amulets surface and he lays claim to them. Immediately, his power grows. Soon, a beautiful yet cunning witch named Anna appears to snatch the amulets away from Seth so her master can increase his own powers.
With Seth and Anna essentially equal in power, Seth must face his greatest enemy to date. She is ruthless. She will kill him to get what she wants. And she comes in triplets. Can he stop her? More pressing, does he have the courage to rise up against her and save himself as well as his friends, who also are in danger? In this book, nothing is certain. And worse for Seth, some things, when not watched, can be taken away forever.
WITCH is an intense thriller that moves at a break-neck pace. It has 32,000 words and it's the third book in the BULLIED series. The fourth and final book, WAR, is available.
Meet the Author
Christopher Smith is the #1 international best-selling author of "Fifth Avenue," its sequels "Running of the Bulls, "From Manhattan with Love" and "From Manhattan with Revenge," as well as "Bullied," "Revenge," "Witch" and "War," all four of which deal with the subject of bullying.
His thriller "A Rush to Violence" is the first in a three-book series that will also include "A Rush to Murder" and "A Rush to Vengeance."
Prior to writing novels, for fourteen years, Smith was the film critic for a major newspaper in the Northeast. For eight years, he appeared weekly on NBC affiliates, and two years nationally on the E! network. He has written over 4,000 reviews and he has been named Best Critic for 2010 by the MPA. He has published two previous books in his Netflix "Queued" series, which are compilations of hundreds of his film reviews. He lives in Maine.
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