The Fire (Witch & Wizard, #3) by James PattersonHe is well-known for writing outstanding thrillers, young adult, science fiction, romantic and mystery novels. The book has characterized two siblings named Wisty and Whit who were torn apart from their parents and sent to a secret prison on the middle of the night for being a witch and wizard. They were shocked when they came to know about their incredible magical powers that they never dreamed of. The sister i. He can also move things with his mind power and he also has amazing healing power. The book has described how Whit and Wisty, the wizard and the witch have mastered in their skill, how they are going to save themselves and their parents. Are they really did escape?
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The Fire (Witch and Wizard Series #3)
We're tearing through the cramped, dank streets of the capital, running for our lives from the New Order police and their trained wolves. My calves are burning, my shoulders ache, and my mind is numb from all that's happened. I stumble through this strange, awful world we have inherited, past a mass of the sick who are shuddering from more than just the cold. A man collapses at my feet, and I have to wrestle my arm away from a woman holding a baby and pointing at me, shrieking, "The One has judged! He has judged you! And then there's the blood. Mothers scratch at open pustules, and children cough into rags stained red.
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Whit and Wisty Allgood have sacrificed everything to lead the resistance against the merciless totalitarian regime that governs their world. Its supreme leader.
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It was followed by a new book in the series each following year, with the exception of , until the release of the last book in the series, The Lost , in Two graphic novels set in the series' world were released in and through IDW Press. The novel follows fifteen-year old Wisty and her eighteen-year old brother Whit in a dystopian future where people can be brought up on charges of witchcraft. The teens and their parents are charged with witchcraft despite their claims that magic does not exist. They are taken from their parents after they begin to show magical abilities after receiving a book and drum stick and the children meet The One Who Is The One, the leader of the political party the New Order.