Witch Wizard The Manga Vol When Whit Wisty were imprisoned by the wicked forces of the totalitarian regime known as the New Order they were barely able to escape with their lives Now part of a hidden community of teens like th

  • Title: Witch & Wizard: The Manga, Vol. 2
  • Author: James Patterson Ned Rust Svetlana Chmakova
  • ISBN: 9780316119917
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Whit Wisty were imprisoned by the wicked forces of the totalitarian regime known as the New Order, they were barely able to escape with their lives Now part of a hidden community of teens like themselves, Whit and Wisty have established themselves as leaders of the Resistance, willing to sacrifice anything to save kids kidnapped and brutally imprisoned by the NWhen Whit Wisty were imprisoned by the wicked forces of the totalitarian regime known as the New Order, they were barely able to escape with their lives Now part of a hidden community of teens like themselves, Whit and Wisty have established themselves as leaders of the Resistance, willing to sacrifice anything to save kids kidnapped and brutally imprisoned by the New Order.But the One has other plans in store for them He needs Wisty, for she is The One Who Has the Gift While trying to figure out what that means, Whit and Wisty s suspenseful adventures through Overworld and Shadowland lead to a jaw dropping climax and conclusion

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    One thought on “Witch & Wizard: The Manga, Vol. 2”

    1. Bryon's love just added the necessary essence to the book and make the whole thing more epic. but there are several questions that weren't answered, like how Whitford's vision about Witsy didn't come to pass? or how that chocolate addicted Witsy? however the I liked the idea of empowering magic by sharing it and use it as a group.

    2. Great Storyline!! :)Ok I'm going to start off by saying that I'm a huge manga geek and book worm.I actually read the first book of the series (not the manga) . So I decided to read the 2nd manga of W&W and it was absolutely perfect and bittersweet. I would recommend reading the 1st book or manga before getting this one to understand the story clearly but other than that 6/5 stars.

    3. I wish theses books had a one page synopsis at the beginning because I couldn't remember all the details about things when I started volume 2, but I really enjoy this series. I feel like it can be hard to follow what's going on at times, though. But all that did is make me want to read the novels. I love the art!!

    4. Muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy muy [...]

    5. This is the second episode of one of James Patterson's graphic novel series. I this, the siblings Whit and Wisty continue to battle the evil New Order and try to save their parents using magical powers. The story continues, the plot thickens and the characters develop in this one. The artwork is very good and the story is interesting.

    6. I read this series only because there was Svetlana Čmakova involved.I loved the first volume. I read it in one sitting while I was drying my hair in front of the wood stove and it was really good. The story was detailed and I could follow it even if I hadn't read the book before. The art was fantastic and the characters were likable. It was the perfect adaptation!Unfortunately I read the second one in multiple sittings and I felt a bit lost. It was like the book was jumping from one event to th [...]

    7. I thought that this book was almost as good as the third one and I was addicted to the book. I really like the pictures in the book that makes me really visualize whats going on in the story. I like that the one is able to find out who is who even when whisty and whit are disguised. I liked the setting of the book and that you don't know when a person is alive or not. I didn't like the character bryon because he tells on everyone and he is really snotty. The two main characters were whit and whi [...]

    8. There's only so much Svetlana Chmakova can do to rescue this series. Her art, as always, is brilliant.The only problem is the source material. While most of the pointless details are taken care of by changing out description for art and much of the wittiness-to-death is erased for the same reason, Witch & Wizard (and sequels, since I assume they're all written in similar styles) is dialogue heavy and too witty for its own good. It's one thing when characters get the occasional good jab or on [...]

    9. The art is (as is any of Svetlana's art) five stars. Also, I don't know how good the book is because I've never read it. I'm reading this solely because Svetlana is the artist. While I know that the team putting this book together can only choose so many scenes from the book, that doesn't mean I have to like this novel. I feel as if I wasn't able to get to know the characters better. The art showed their emotions and the dialogue conveyed them, but the scenes didn't mesh together successfully en [...]

    10. I liked this book. It was actually really good and it had me engrossed throughout the whole entire story. But it's getting a little repetitive. The N.O always captures them and it seems like it's the end and then boom they escape somehow. Like what?But can we talk about the leader of the N.O for a second. This BALD ass Voldemort ass wannabe like, PLEASE just go just leave. I cannot stand him. I'm gonna finish the series because I'm curious on how it's going to end.Also whit was being so dumb in [...]

    11. Still better than it could be considering this is James Patterson! It's rather cliche and predictable but Chmakova's artwork is adorable and I totally ship Wisty/Byron exactly as the manga is presenting it. He thinks she is brilliant and brave! She thinks he is a weasel! (Once she turned him into a weasel!) Excellent, carry on as you are children. Though perhaps drop that dangerous habit of trying to sacrifice your life for Wisty, Byron, there's no way she'll ever kiss you if you prematurely mak [...]

    12. Sold. I now have plans to get my hands on the novel version of this story because I have to know more. I like Patterson and enjoyed his Max series as a kid. And now as an adult I think I'm gonna enjoy this one. What to do when you discover you have powers all of sudden, are on the run from a dangerous man, are separated from your parents, you don't know who to trust and you want to rescue other children and your parents? Guess you'll have to read to find out. :D

    13. These books just go too quickly.I understand that they are based off of novels, but I think it would have been better to stretch the story over more issues. The time that the siblings spend in these different prison-like places is just too short for me to care much about them. They get captured and then saved in a manner of pages. This, for me, makes the story lack any real tension.

    14. They escaped the first challenges but now they have even more to accomplish. But this time they have a few more people on their side. The N.O. is getting even stronger and harder to hide from. They are taken to discipline schools, almost froze to death, turned into fish, been beaten and still made it this far. How much farther can they go before they get caught.

    15. Well, this was intense. So much going on. And it was fun to read. Looks I got a new series to look out for. Well, new to me at least since I hadn't read but only heard of the author's book. Maybe its about time, I read this and Maximum Ride and maybe Alex Cross. Good volume.

    16. The plot seems to have disappeared into the artwork. Having read the first volume, i thought I know what was going on but there seems to plan to the plot in this book. The artwork is the only redeeming feature but I won't be seeking out the next volume.

    17. Unfortunately not a strong as the first volume. This one felt cobbled together and I kept thinking I was missing something.

    18. oh! I was kind of confused at the beginning, thinking a whole lot to stuff happened that I missed but still good!

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