- By Dani Corlee

A New Witch in Town (the Other Side of the Moon)

  • Title: A New Witch in Town (the Other Side of the Moon)
  • Author: Dani Corlee
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A New Witch in Town the Other Side of the Moon Life had just started to be easier for Kim when she once again finds herself in another nightmare If only the witches would answer her questions Halloween is approaching Aurora will be away with her

    Life had just started to be easier for Kim when she once again finds herself in another nightmare If only the witches would answer her questions Halloween is approaching, Aurora will be away with her father for few days and a hidden room is revealed to her in the basement of her home Who is using her house And why Once again full of doubts, Kim will have to face the wLife had just started to be easier for Kim when she once again finds herself in another nightmare If only the witches would answer her questions Halloween is approaching, Aurora will be away with her father for few days and a hidden room is revealed to her in the basement of her home Who is using her house And why Once again full of doubts, Kim will have to face the worst threat of all Will she be able to solve the situation and overcome the difficult period

    1 thought on “A New Witch in Town (the Other Side of the Moon)

    1. Fun and FunnyReally enjoyed this book. Characters are a hoot, story is decently written, plot is good and somewhat captivating. A few twists and LOL moments. Overall, a good read.

    2. To short and confusing.I am a little perplexed, this story was to fast and confusing. I get the story line but most of it was more in Kim's thoughts than an actual event going on. To much description and not enough dialogue. I thought it was just getting started when the story ended, what happen at the meeting and how did we get away from that to her magic practice. From her story I believe Kim's problem of grasping her abilities is she thinks to much plus her focus is nil.

    3. Wishy washySome of the storyline was a little interesting, most was not. Chapters and scenes were choppy; some were completely pointless (walk with Samoa to discuss the weddingwhat?), and some were downright ghastly (mysterious doll never explained, what was the point?). I had to force myself to finish this book, although to be honest, after book 2, I didn't really care to finish the series but felt obligated. Book 3 was rushed, not tied together very well, and much of it pointless.

    4. Dani Corlee's Witches of Springsville books have been such a fun series, and this third installment is no exception. A New Witch in Town (the Other Side of the Moon) throws new challenges at Kim, brings back the lovable and memorable characters from the previous books, and lets us meet a few new (if not all lovable) characters. Even though this book feels a little more brief than the others, I'm loving Corlee's imagination and Kim's little family. These books are easily read and enjoyed in a sho [...]

    5. I didn't like book two very much as I thought the plot became very confused, however, because I loved the first book I was willing to give this book ( book 3) a go. It's a shame as it has potential but in my opinion the characters that were so strong in book one, didnt show any development at all in this third book. In fact I didn't feel there was " enough" written about them for me to connect to them. On a positive the book did get better near the end.

    6. Good readThis was really good. Humor was there, as was a bit of romance. Just my style. I only found one grammatical error. It was what I call a tense error. She used the wrong tense. This particular part was written in present tense but what was being discussed was past tense. It momentarily confused me, but only for a moment. It didn't detract from the story or my reading experience, fun.

    7. Good bookI have enjoyed this book very much the the story is interesting and fresh. I wish that it were longer considering the amount each of them costs. I am used to books 250 pages long for this price. I just want more story. It was good. Thank you

    8. Author has now managed to introduce vegetarianism, fat phobia, sugar phobia which is now creating an epidemic of osteoporosis and osteopenia due to consumption of diet soda and other artificially sweetened things a long with her other bad science.

    9. SurprisedI had no idea how much I would enjoy this series. It's a lovely tale about a witch and her little girl, I wondered why Kim had so many issues with her magic but now we know who is really the queen

    10. I knew I should have stopped at the second bookbut I'm a sucker for punishment it seems -.- Poorly written all arounddialogue, scenes, pushing the plot forward, rushed, random things that could have been better explained, other things that probably could have been left outrrgggghhhh.

    11. Quick readI really like this series. However the books are so short in length that I read them too quickly. I read books 2 and three in a week and I only read for a short amount of time at night.

    12. Awesome!!! Great series finished 3 books in week could not stop reading a must read can't wait for more read them

    13. Love itJust like the last two books I love this book as well. Can't wait for the next one to come out.

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