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Holiday break is over, and the girls are finally back at the Paranormal Institute for Witches. Campus is now blanketed with a thick layer of snow, thanks to the Christmas Eve storm that covered the tiny town of Aspen Falls, Pennsylvania.
Unfortunately, the first day back isn’t starting off so well. First, a new girl picks a fight with Alba in the cafeteria, and then she sets her sights on Houston Brooks. But when one of the girls’ beloved school employees is found dead, things really take a turn for the worse.
It’s not until the dearly departed’s ghost fingers the murderer that it seems like it’s an open-and-shut case. But is it really? Mercy’s not so sure. Convincing Alba and the rest of the girls to help her figure out the truth may not only land them in hot water with Sorceress Stone once again, but it may also put their lives in danger.
Rejoin your old friends - Mercy, Jax, Sweets, Holly, and Alba - for a wild ride that ends with a wedding and a surprise guest!
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- Sarah C
Fantastic Series of Books!!
Yet another fabulous book in this series!! They do seriously get better and better! M Z Andrews is an extremely talented writer, I have said it before and I will say it again and again. I said the last one was my favourite but I think this one pips it at the post!! It has a different spin on it by incorporating Sweets perspective in it, which worked really well. It kept me gripped and wanting more. Loved it!! This book was given to me for free at my request and I have provided this voluntary review.
Unfortunately after speaking to M Z Andrews the other books in the series are not yet out on Audiobooks. This is something she is hoping to do soon!! Hurry up!! I want more!!!
Just gets better and better
Oh wow, I loved this book. I think this book is my favourite of the witch squad so far. It was slightly different from the other books in the fact that Sweets also told some of the story from her perspective and it wasn't just Mercy's telling, Which worked really well because the author uses such a distinct voice for each character that if you missed the name at the start of the chapter you could still very easily tell who it was. I love the characters (who are all so much fun and with unique qualities and powers) but it was the mystery that captured me in this book and the way the girls worked it out while trying not to get grounded. I can't wait for the next book to come out on audible because the whole collection has to be a must for any audio book fan. I am off to start the authors other series The coffee coven's cozy capers while I wait for next book in this series to come out.
The girls are back from there Christmas break and it is not a good start. The new girl picks a fight with Alba and she doesn't fight fair which puts the rest of witch squads backs up. Then she makes a move on Houston, Mercy's boyfriend right in front of her. Is she looking for a fight? Then it gets even worse and the girls favourite cafeteria lady is killed and her ghost knows who killed her and Holly gets a vision of the same person the ghost accused leaning over the body but it all seems to be to easy and to neat. With that in mind the girls start asking questions, especially as Alba is trying all her new skills of minding reading and she didn't get any guilty vibes from the suspect. Are the girls right and the police about to arrest the wrong person? And what is wrong with the new girl every where the girls turn she is there causing problems and making it hard to investigate. How can they ask questions when they have to sneak in and out of the college or face being grounded or worse locked in the tower by sorceress Stone. And to top it all of Sweets has started her internship at the bakery and her first assignment is to bake a wedding cake for her mentor. Will she have time to help solve the murder or will the hassles of baking get the better of her?
As I said the narrator uses very different voices for ALL the characters and every time I her narrating I am surprised one person can change her voice in so many ways. I hope she is the narrator for the next book because I don't think anybody else would be able to compete or do the characters justices.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
- Anonymous User
I love this series and the narrator is great. Just wish it didn’t take so long for new audiobooks.