Analysis Of Witch And Wizard: The Kiss

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The novel Witch and Wizard: The Kiss is very thrilling and James Patterson and Jill Dembowski deliver another exciting story in the fourth-book of the series, and continue the saga of Witch and Wizard. Wisty Allgood, one of the main protagonists in the story, is a rebellious seventeen-year old young lady who is of tall height and luminous red hair. Wisty is Whit’s sister, and they both have breath-taking magical abilities. Wisty is a witch with vast powers, she is gifted with the abilities of shape shifting (the transformation of one's self, mentally or physically, into an animal), mind control, pyrokinesis (psychic ability allowing a person to create and control fire with the mind), and electrokinesis (psychic power to manipulate energies, …show more content…
On their hike, Sasha died after being hit by an arrow from one of The Wizard King’s men during an ambush, but the others lived. Janine and Whit’s relationship also grew stronger, and they are extremely in love. Whit, Janine, and Ross see brutal ceremonies of children being punished. Children were bashing their heads over-and-over against a wooden wall, and they were being cheered on by other children in the group. The three remaining members of the group are encountered by the mountain men, which work for The Wizard King. They are captured by the mountain men after being tricked by an illusion. The illusion was nothing like they’ve ever witnessed; it was an illusion of their lost loved ones stepping towards them and greeting them. Nevertheless, it wasn’t their loved ones that were stepping towards them, it was a group of mountain men that were bloodlust. They were going to be killed, but, a woman named Izbella stopped the …show more content…
As usual with James Patterson books, Wisty and Whit, the two main protagonists of the story, have great characteristics that make them unique, and interesting personas. Wisty and Whit face relationship problems that teens face, and they resemble and relate to teenagers of the current epoch. The novel includes a love story which is developed perfectly for a teenager to read & relate to. The plot had a slightly surprising twist towards the end, but nothing close to the ending that I was anticipating. The story built up so much momentum which lead to a lackluster ending. Nevertheless, the parts of the novel that made it good that were delightfully thrilling, and odd. The authors did amazing with a very few areas of the book, but when the context was exciting, it was better than anything else in the story; the details made my heart rate speed up and worry for the characters, and made me anxious as to what would happen next. For example, when Wisty took control of the minds of Bloom’s army, and when the mountain men and leopards were chasing after Whit and Janine. The title of the book, and bold text on the book cover “ONE KISS COULD DESTROY THE WORLD.” is extremely cheesy, and unfortunately, that describes the majority of the book as well. Wisty and Heath are two young adults who are deeply in love, and the book revolves around the two of them – their power together. The book seemed more like a romance novel

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