Witch & Wizard: The Manga Series by James Patterson
Witch & Wizard: Fire by J. Patterson--Book Trailer by T. Homan
Witch and Wizard: The Manga, Vol. 1
It chronicles a dystopian future in which Whit and Wisty Allgood are arrested, imprisoned, and sentenced to execution during the uprising of a new totalitarian government, for unknowingly possessing outlawed magical abilities. The novel was published on December 14, The book opens with Wisty narrating. She, her older brother Whit and their parents, are about to be executed in front of a crowd of spectators. She takes the story back to when it all started, when she and Whit are woken in the middle of the night in their house by armed soldiers. They accuse the two kids of being a witch and a wizard and arrest both of them and their parents on the charge of witchcraft, and they are shocked and appalled when they find Byron Swain, a horribly stuck up kid from their school, conducting their arrest.
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Imagine you wake up and the world around you—life as you know it—has changed in an instant. That's what has happened to Whit Allgood and his sister, Wisty.
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Sometimes, I feel like my students are slow to catch onto fads. So the addition of two graphic novel series to this franchise will only excite already devoted readers. This review is based on a complimentary copy supplied by the publisher. The manga version is a straight adaptation of the novel. And hey, I might actually go back and read the books now!
Byron Swain is a former student at the school Wisty and Whit Allgood used to attend. Allgood and Mrs. This causes the Allgoods, particularly Wisty, to hate him even more than they did previously. Later on, Wisty accidently turns Byron into a weasel by magic, and together with Byron's act of "tattling" on the Allgoods, prompting her to nickname Byron "The Tattling Weasel. Despite his nickname and apparent hate of the Allgoods from the previous book , Byron is shown in the second book to have very strong feelings for Wisty.