[Read] ➮ The Novices Journal (Zoe Brown #2) By Lily N. Anderson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

The Novices Journal (Zoe Brown #2) When The Pentagram Chain Was Presented Into Zoe S World, It Changed Her Overall Perspective Completely She Became A Witch, Which Was The First Of Many Journeys That She Was Forced To Travel But Now, The Discovery Of An Old Journal Raises Havoc It Triggers Her To Revisit Her Past, Confront Her Darkest Fears And Deal With A Difficult Future Doomsberg Is Far From Being Safe And Her Family And Friends Are Not Spared From The Heat As If That Is Not Enough, Matters Of The Heart Betray Her Collected Composure She Is Torn Between Two Suitors Who Affect Her At Different Intervals Both Of Whom Are Fighting To Win Her Heart The Novices Journal Is A Journey That Tests Her Patience, Her Courage, Her Willpower And Her Emotional Stance In The Process, Tough Choices Must Be Made, Ones That Make Her Grow And Others That Make Her Suffer.


11 thoughts on “The Novices Journal (Zoe Brown #2)

  1. says:

    Thank you to the author, Lillian Nyato, for gifting me with a copy of The Novice s Journal in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, this book succumbed to middle book syndrome However, before I get to that, let me go over the things that I did like.For one thing, the concept of this book and the series, really is still very interesting to me I really liked how the story was structured with the different plot points In this way, the flow of the book was kept very constant with a few high stress blips.Like the last book, here again some of the sentences and words felt forced and awkward You know how you read a bit of dialogue and it sounds nothing like what anyone would say The best advice I can give concerning dialogue this is me judging from personal experience in the bookish world is that if your character is modern, slip into their mindset and simply talk like you might People in the modern age use contractions and while some of our sentences can be halting, that s when you use dashes To that end, there were some adjectives that I don t believe were used correctly unless the author was referring to their third or fourth definition.I also was confused as to what exactly Zoe s role is in the whole saving everything plan She is tasked with saving the whole witching world in the first book and it didn t exactly follow through in this one When she told people about what...


  2. says:

    This is the second book in the series and is distinctive from the first by being written in the third person Gone is the archaic language and the prose is simple, streamlined and easier to read There are the odd mistakes, but as writers we all miss things This is now a good place to move forward with creative, but not archaic, expressions.Zoe s relationship with Liz is still a common theme from the girlie sleep over to boyfriends and concerns over her safety This relationship keeps the action very firmly in the young adult realm as they navigate relationships with friendship and the opposite sex.The humeleons have a much prominent role in this book and we see Lonard, Jin and Clay as ordinary people wanting to belong For Jin this takes the form of shopping and Lonard has romantic intentions There is an obvious contrast between Chris the sensitive, caring witch and Lonard the aggressive alpha male This leaves Zoe with conflicted feelings between the long standing affection she holds for Chris and the animal magnetism of Lonard These feelings are well portrayed and believable, even if we want to say, pull y...


  3. says:

    This book continues the saga of Zoe Brown I have always enjoyed books about Wiccans It is what first lead me to be interested in this series The second novel focuses on Zoe protecting The Novice Journals She discovers that her mother has known she may have witch abilities When she finds the Novice journals things heat up Zoe s mother fears for their lives and they must leave home Of course, Carol wants her daughter to leave with them Thus leading to Zoe trying to decide if she should stay or go I don t want to give too much away If you enjoy books ...


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