Here's pretty much what happened in chronological order, more or less: learns new book is coming out. I loved the three others. Each month new representatives will be elected. When the Olympian Comet shoots through the sky for the first time in 3,000 years, Nicole and four others - including mysterious bad-boy Blake - are gifted with elemental powers. But Whit wants to avoid war at all costs, since they are still trying to recover from The One Who Is The One.
I don't really have a lot to say, but I think sometimes I just don't like the plot. It's so weird and wonderful and Tim Burton-y and I want to see a new trilogy exploring all these bizarre environments. Wisty Allgood and Whit Allgood meet with a new stranger named Heath who is also blessed with some magical powers. . It was an okay series, but Patterson better not come out with a 5th book in two years. I liked that Pearl tried her hardest even though she was in a bad condition. As the summary says above: James Patterson's epic dystopian saga continues as the witch and wizard who have inspired countless imaginations must rally together before the world they fought to save collapses.
They combine powers and after a try or two are able to transport themselves up the mountain to Whit, finding him surrounded by trackers and about to die. It's a decent book but Patterson should have left the series alone. While reading this i was angry and i repeatedly insulted the characters in my mind but i forged on. Everywhere oh and Fantasy world. Imprisoned together in a decrepit cell, Wisty and Whit cling to the only things they have left - a blank book, a drum stick, and each other. Ok James Patterson, enough is enough.
Together they defeat the mountain men, but Heath freezes one of the men completely, killing them. This world is everywhere not in the good way. But in this book she is some annoying girly heartthrob. I should know not to doubt James Patterson by now. Right before the leopards are able to squeeze through, Whit and company are saved by none other than the Mountain King's grandson.
There is a lot of action in this book because Whit and Wisty use their powers in all sorts of ways to protect the people, and each other. To be fair it might get better but I can't listen to it anymore. Finally, Heath admits that her brother is most-likely already dead. Inconsistencies bug the hell out of me, and this was overflowing with them. This book is very easy to get attached to with all the lovable characters. If you liked the previous books in the series, you really should read this one. All seems like it is right with the world.
The cage and bars fall away from Wisty and she makes a stand. This is actually one of the strongest of his teen novels. It all escalates and escalates until I am brimming with rage, empathy and other emotions that I did not know I was capable of feeling at the same time. He lives in Florida with his wife and son. Plus a little magic thrown in to keep it interesting. Like come on Patterson, think of some original ideas.
But this I got the actual book, it was painful. After how things ended in the third book, I was pretty sure the next two books would struggle to keep the momentum that has been consistent in the series as a whole. But James Patterson has striked again with this rich, action-packed, emotional, deep novel that will send anyone on a ride. But when a merciless Wizard King from the mountains suddenly threatens war, Wisty must make an excruciating choice. Wisty falls in love with that stranger man and she feels very special with Heath, even they test their magical powers together. My initial reaction was followed by a massive eye rub and squinting at the book again.
From three books to eight books? It's a decent book but Patterson should have left the series alone. Course he ended up being a villain who ended up sickeningly loving her. Will their world be saved? It is a special fence that will only harm Magicians. The Kiss was better than I expected but my expectations were low. James Patterson's epic saga continues as the witch and wizard who have inspired countless imaginations must rally together before the world they fought to save collapses.
Boy I didn't know what I was in for. Whit and Wisty are now members of the council, and they are trying to fix their city that was once taken over by The One. But for the first time in their lives, the powerful brother and sister find themselves at odds as Wisty is drawn to a mysterious and magical stranger named Heath. In his early career, he worked as an advertising executive in J. Heath is apparently the grandson of the Mountain King.
It started off, like all James Patterson books, with Whit and Wisty being all happy and rejoicing but of course it does not stay that way for long, because that's just how Mr. He's a tough guy from a tough part of town who wears Harris Tweed jackets and likes to relax by banging out Gershwin tunes on his baby grand piano. . Wisty finds kissing Heath addicting and obsesses with the energy. She warns him that he's an ancient, powerful force. As Wisty begins a new relationship with an intense and mysterious boy, and the pressures of leading the city bear down on them, Whit and Wisty find themselves growing apart.