Tuesday, March 03, 2009

A Book in Review: Witch Ball

Witch Ball By: Linda Joy Singleton
Fiction: young adult, paranormal 247 pages 2006
Book Count: 13

This is the third book in "The Seer" series. Once again we are doing great at reading books in the right order for a series; however, you don't need to read the earlier books to enjoy this one.
This book is about a teenage girl with physic abilities. She was given a witch ball, which is a glass ball that was traditionally used to protect households from witches. This one is connected with a spirit. She must work to stop the malicious spirit as well as deal with the life of a teen greatly complicated by her abilities. The story was well paced and mostly interesting. I found the ending to be a bit too predictable. . . it's predicted that she dies, but there is still another book, what do you think happens?

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