W.I.T.C.H.
Problems on Every FrontThe girls seem to face new challenges everywhere they turn, and the pressure is threatening to tear them apart. Even their normal lives aren't free of stress -- particularly when Will's long absent father returns! Will the girls be able to pull it together before a new enemy emerges?

W.I.T.C.H. Details

TitleW.I.T.C.H.
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMay 29th, 2018
PublisherJY
ISBN-139780316477086
Rating
GenreChildrens, Middle Grade, Sequential Art, Manga, Graphic Novels, Comics

W.I.T.C.H. Review

  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, and has always been, Kandrakar's role in the plot. They claim to be "observers", but they are constantly interfering with the goings on in the world to restore "balance" so they are anything but. If they are truly just o Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, and has always been, Kandrakar's role in the plot. They claim to be "observers", but they are constantly interfering with the goings on in the world to restore "balance" so they are anything but. If they are truly just observers then who are they to judge who is evil and who is good? I do not like the Oracle's character in the least. The other issue is the girls have no personal stake in this new conflict the way they did in the last two story arcs with Elyon and the former guardian Nerissa. The art is still amazingly detailed and beautiful and is, of course, in full color. It's still an enjoyable read. Our main group's personal conflicts (such as Will's relationship with her parents) are still incredibly engrossing to read about. If you enjoyed the previous novels, you'll enjoy this one too so pick it up!
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