Thatch is too busy falling in love himself to fully understand how much Clarissa is getting wrong about the things he doesn't tell her!
When students and staff start turning up dead and drained, she makes the silly mistake of presuming her own beloved innocent and the lovely siren librarian guilty, simply because Miss Periwinkle wants her away from Thatch. Meanwhile there are far too many strains on the faculty of Womby's , who are having trouble accepting their new colleague Pinky the Sasquatch, despite his(her?) many talents. It's a real snarl in this volume, and nothing seems to work out the way it ought, and there are big disasters, and yet, good will and acceptance of one another win out by the end. But it's really a bumpy ride.
This series remains excellent and instructive for young adults, although there is some sex this time.
Reading, Writing and Necromancy is Book 6 in the Womby's School For Wayward Witches series. As with the preceding books, the plot is great as well as the character development. You are drawn into the story and kept turning pages to the end. Clarissa is her usual bumbling self. Will she be able to find Derrick? Will she still have a job by the end? You'll need to read this book to answer these questions. Everyone should read this book as well as this series. Received an ARC and this is my voluntary and honest review.
All right, this is the first book in this series that I have read. At first it was confusing and I did not know what was going on. Now it somewhat makes since. It is written well and the plot you have to figure it out for yourself. This story is something that would make a TV series. It has all the intrigue, the bad guys, the good guys, all of that and more. Like I said a good TV series. I received a complimentary review copy of the book and I am voluntarily leaving a honest review.
It seems liked things were looking up for Clarissa. She found her high school boyfriend and finally has some happiness. But, as usual, chaos ensure where she is found. To trust Thatch or not, is the question that puzzles her throughout this series. Personally, I find the relationship between her and Thatch much more passionate than her “true love”. But, both have moved on and so does this entertaining story.
I found this book to be so captivating I coudn't put it down. This this paranormal, Mystery series gets better with every book. I just loved this book. I received this book as an ARC am voluntarily reviewing it.
This was the best one yet her series keeps getting better! A town filled with Witches, Werewolves and other kinds of fairytale people come to life in fun reads, and Grim her dog that always makes me laugh.