Sorry! I've been totally busy with school, writing, reading, etc. Anyways, Witch and Wizard. It begins with the main characters, Wisty and Whitford (yeah I know the names are weird), being taken in the night by soldiers. That starts a chain of events that hurtle the two into the most unimaginable situations, and they realize powers they didn't know they had. Where oh where to begin my criticism? Let's start with the characters. Whitford was good; I mean, get a sensitive football player and I'm hooked. However, his relationship with his dead girlfriend Celia ceased to impress me. It lacked the necessary components for a true bestseller romance. And Wisty, Whitford's rebellious sister with a major attitude. She had a definite main character aura to her. I have to confess, I was honestly looking forward to when she narrated the story. And the friend/enemy relationship with Byron had definite potential. Now, onto the plot of the story. It was good, very vague, but good. I wasn't really all for the morbidity and lack of comfort in the characters, but I'd be lying if I said I all I write is rainbows and sunshine. All in all, the book wasn't half bad. I guess it's back to the bookstore!