The Witch Is Back

The Witch Is Back

A Life's A Witch Book

Book - 2014
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When two gorgeous, popular witches clash over a man, it's magical mayhem in this conclusion to the Life's a Witch trilogy!

It's been a trying year for teen witch Hadley Bishop--she led her coven into battle against the Parrishables and lost her mother in a surprise attack. Now that the Parrishables and their leader, Samuel Parris, have been defeated, Hadley is looking forward to a relaxing, love-filled summer with boyfriend Asher Astley.

Hadley's summer plans take an unexpected turn though when she and her coven head off to a witchy summer intensive. Once there, Hadley immediately finds herself in a power struggle with Brooklyn Sparks. Like Hadley, Brooklyn is gorgeous and popular, but she's also...Asher's ex-girlfriend?!

As if this news isn't enough to rattle Hadley, there are rumors of a rogue witch in the woods, and someone is playing dangerous pranks around camp. Hadley suspects that Brooklyn is behind the pranks, but is she willing to risk losing her friends and Asher to prove it? In this electrifying conclusion to the Life's a Witch series, Hadley will discover that love is more powerful than any spell--but it comes with a price.
Publisher: New York ;, Toronto :, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers,, ©2014.
ISBN: 9781442466883
Branch Call Number: YA GER
Characteristics: 343 pages ; 22 cm.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Mar 03, 2017

So here we have an epic showdown between two witches who both like this one boy. Great, why not. In all honesty I would ship him with Hadley more, but realistically both girls should have just dumped him and become bffs while leaving him in the dust. Don't get me wrong, I do like Asher and all, but he isn't really elaborated upon. The book was a bit difficult to get through as I felt the plot wasn't accelerating with the drama nicely. It almost seemed as if the author was tiring at the end of a long race. Characters became more self-absorbed, but the ending was a nice break from all of it. 3/5 stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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jomac_05
Jul 27, 2014

Thought the ending would hit abit harsher than that tbh. Considering how it was in the 2nd book. But nevertheless, I liked how it the plot built up.

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