Hmm, what can I say about this book? Well, let's start off with Wisty. Her character development kind of went haywire in this new book, and her relationship with Byron was so awkward I almost skipped the pages including him. Whitford's development was at a standstill the whole time, though his relationship with his dead girlfriend ceased. However, Patterson made the mistake of bringing the girlfriend back in at the end equalling a seriously confused reader. Patterson also kept the reader completely in the dark. I mean, sometimes I had no clue what was going on. Characters kept drifting in and then disappearing so randomly it took forever just to figure out who each person was. Also, this whole "one" character was really just aggravating. With the reader knowing so little about his motives or the details of what he was doing, he became more of a problem for the reader rather than an actual character that develops throughout the story. This kind of unexplained writing is sadly prominent in James Patterson's series, Maximum Ride. Although, there the writing is slightly less confusing. However, I'm not sure if I will continue to read the next book in the Witch and Wizard series.