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B*WITCH [Reading] ➹ B*WITCH By Paige McKenzie – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A lone witch has powers A coven has a multitudeNew girl and secret witchl Iris just wants to get through her first day of school without a panic attack The last thing she expects is to be taken in by A lone witch has powers A coven has a multitudeNew girl and secret witchl Iris just wants to get through her first day of school without a panic attack The last thing she expects is to be taken in by a coven of three witches soft spoken Greta, thoughtful and musical Ridley, and fiery and spirited Binx They may be the first witches Iris has met IRL, but their coven is not alone in their small northwestern townThe Triad is the other coven at their school When the Triad s not using spells to punish their exes or break up happy couples for fun, they practice dark magic The two covens have a rivalry stretching all the way back to junior highWhen tragedy strikes and one of their own is murdered, the rival covens must band together to find out who is responsible before it s too late Someone s anti witch ideology has turned deadly and one of them is nextWith an inclusive cast of teen witches who leap off the page with style, attitude, and charm, B Witch is a singable read perfect for fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Mean Girls alike.

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • B*WITCH
  • Paige McKenzie
  • English
  • 01 January 2017
  • 1368028764

About the Author: Paige McKenzie

Paige is the teen star of the hit YouTube channel The Haunting of Sunshine Girl What began as a simple girl and her haunted house story has grown to a multi webisode network with stories of zombies, ghosts, Sasquatch and lots of Sunshine Full of positivity, humor and plenty of scares, The Haunting of Sunshine Girl has allowed Paige to spread her unique brand of adorkableness to other teens and many adults all over the world At the age of , Paige along with her mother, actress Mercedes Rose and producing partner, Nick Hagen co founded the production company Coat Tale Productions The Weinstein Company recently optioned The Haunting of Sunshine Girl for a multi book and screen deal Paige lives in Portland, Oregon.



10 thoughts on “B*WITCH

  1. Stacy Fetters Stacy Fetters says:

    Death is the beginning of all transformations This was supposed to be Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Mean Girls and maybe throw in a little bit of The Craft for a super binge worthy read They re all things that I love, so I was ecstatic about reading this but it was a disaster B Witch had some great things going for it It had diversity, a little bit of a mystery, and of course witches but it was poorly executed and extremely predictable The mystery didn t even really begin until I was a hu Death is the beginning of all transformations This was supposed to be Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Mean Girls and maybe throw in a little bit of The Craft for a super binge worthy read They re all things that I love, so I was ecstatic about reading this but it was a disaster B Witch had some great things going for it It had diversity, a little bit of a mystery, and of course witches but it was poorly executed and extremely predictable The mystery didn t even really begin until I was a hundred plus pages in and they killed off a very insignificant character They didn t have much of a backstory and didn t create that much of a connection with the reader, so I felt nothing when it actually happened I know that Witches are making a comeback in books and movies but I needexcitement and I want the words on the page to grab me by the throat B Witch has a great title but not much else going on It took me quite awhile to get into this even a little bit and that should have been my clue to stop I don t think it was worth my time, maybe I m just too old for something like this Also, someone mentioned that the character with the red hair reminds them of Merida from Brave. and that s all I could think about while reading

  2. Krysti Krysti says:

    Witchy, feminist fun B WITCH is a spooky, can t miss YA novel about two covens of teen witches that have to come together to solve the mystery of the murder of a local witch, otherwise one of them just might be next Brimming with messages about acceptance and inclusion, this book will pull at your heart strings while giving you all the fun, Halloweeny vibes Out 07 07

  3. Taylor Sue Atkinson Taylor Sue Atkinson says:

    2.5 stars.B witch had an interesting concept, and I appreciated the themes of diversity and sisterhood I especially enjoyed Iris journey with her anxiety disorder However , there is a lot that fell short with me.First, the number of characters and POVs were a little too much I couldn t tell whose story we were truly following A lot of the beginning was repetitive in each POV There wasn t a clear enough direction to really drive the plot in the beginning, imo The main inciting incident is 2.5 stars.B witch had an interesting concept, and I appreciated the themes of diversity and sisterhood I especially enjoyed Iris journey with her anxiety disorder However , there is a lot that fell short with me.First, the number of characters and POVs were a little too much I couldn t tell whose story we were truly following A lot of the beginning was repetitive in each POV There wasn t a clear enough direction to really drive the plot in the beginning, imo The main inciting incident isn t really clear Was it the death of the minor character that no one cared about Because if so, it happened almost midway through the book.Additionally, I actually was enjoying the ending before the anticlimactic plot twist happened and made everything feel lackluster I think the authors had good intentions with their twists, but they failed to keep the excitement up in the last few pages of the book.Overall, this was a quick read, but it could definitely use some work I think it would do better with asolid direction in order to have a clearer narrative.Thanks to NOVL for sending me this ARC after Couchfest

  4. Ari (Books. Libraries. Also, cats.) Ari (Books. Libraries. Also, cats.) says:

    Ahhhhh so excited to read this queer witchy YA book that is exactly my brand And evenexcited to be a part of the Blog Tour Follow my blog so you don t miss my tour post in July Ahhhhh so excited to read this queer witchy YA book that is exactly my brand And evenexcited to be a part of the Blog Tour Follow my blog so you don t miss my tour post in July

  5. Ali (readbyali) Ali (readbyali) says:

    DNF 35%CW anxiety, panic attacksThis book was difficult to get into There was a lot of info dumping and pop culture references It felt as if the author was trying to throw too much into the book The characters were indistinguishable The witches being discriminated against was a heavy handed metaphor for discrimination in the US All of these factors hindered any story that was left The book tried to be quirky and representative and feminist, but it was not well done and left me dizzy try DNF 35%CW anxiety, panic attacksThis book was difficult to get into There was a lot of info dumping and pop culture references It felt as if the author was trying to throw too much into the book The characters were indistinguishable The witches being discriminated against was a heavy handed metaphor for discrimination in the US All of these factors hindered any story that was left The book tried to be quirky and representative and feminist, but it was not well done and left me dizzy trying to find a character or plot to hold on to.Thoughts on anxiety rep view spoiler As someone who has anxiety and panic attacks, I don t feel that the rep was done well at all The bits where Iris mentions having thought spirals and doing breathing felt as if they were researched at the surface level just to include in the book, as there was no other indication of her anxiety such as the thoughts that one would have in an a thought spiral Also, I didn t appreciate some of her comment on anxiety i.e she had a panic attack on the first day of school and referred to it as cliched the town is called Sorrow Point and she jokes that it could use some Zoloft uses magic to calm herself, despite being on 100 Zoloft a day and supposedly seeing a psychiatrist hide spoiler This was the first physical book I received from a publisher, so I was super excited to read it, but unfortunately it was disappointing.I was provided a copy of this book was provided by the publisher

  6. Lila Lila says:

    I was given this ARC in exchange for an honest review The pacing of this one was so odd It was rolling, rolling, rolling and then BOOM Everything went off at once And then it justfizzled out Kind of bizarre Kind of drabble like I assume there will be a second book I enjoyed almost all of the characters, and I appreciated the diversity in race, gender identity, and sexuality It felt a little diverse just to be diverse at times, and I wished they had integrated the girls personalities I was given this ARC in exchange for an honest review The pacing of this one was so odd It was rolling, rolling, rolling and then BOOM Everything went off at once And then it justfizzled out Kind of bizarre Kind of drabble like I assume there will be a second book I enjoyed almost all of the characters, and I appreciated the diversity in race, gender identity, and sexuality It felt a little diverse just to be diverse at times, and I wished they had integrated the girls personalities better with the story itself instead of awkwardly developing them at key moments in the plot The plot It was a little hard to get invested in There was too much mystery and not enough pay off, so it felt like loose ends were smacking me in the face all over the place I think this is a great book for the age group it s designed for, but a little too young for older high schoolers or other young adults in the older age range

  7. Alexa Blart, Library Cop Alexa Blart, Library Cop says:

    WHY DOES THE RED HAIRED GIRL ON THE COVER LOOK EXACTLY LIKE MERIDA FROM BRAVE IT S BEEN BUGGING ME FOR DAYS

  8. Jenny Balsamo Jenny Balsamo says:

    A big thanks to the publisher for providing a digital copy thru NetGalley Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own Such a witchy, queer read B witch follows a story of two covens of teens witches who come together to solve the mysterious murder of another local witch before one of them is next.I really enjoy reading books about witches, that s why I didn t hesitate to request to have an early access to B WITCH I actually thought this would be just your normal teenage high scho A big thanks to the publisher for providing a digital copy thru NetGalley Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own Such a witchy, queer read B witch follows a story of two covens of teens witches who come together to solve the mysterious murder of another local witch before one of them is next.I really enjoy reading books about witches, that s why I didn t hesitate to request to have an early access to B WITCH I actually thought this would be just your normal teenage high school drama plus witchy stuff That s why I was actually surprised that it included themes like diversity, a little bit of racism and homophobia, and sisterhood The premise was really interesting, and there are a lot of things that I like, as well as things that I wasn t so fond of.In this novel, witches were discriminated, so witches like Iris had to keep it a secret for her own safety On her first day of school, she met three witches for the first time, Greta, Ridley, and Binx Ultimately, she was taken in by Greta s coven What she didn t know was there was another coven who used dark magic When one local witch was murdered, the two covens worked together While investigating, they would stumbled on somethingsinister than the anti witch ideology Something that would put their lives in danger The story was told by numerous POVs I had to get used to it first, since it was quit challenging to follow The pacing was okay, not too slow and not too fast I also like the whodunit plot It kept me thinking and guessing while reading the book However, there was not enough pay off, and it felt a little bit unsatisfying Nevertheless, I enjoyed the ending I was a little confused about the twist that happened, so I think I just had to read the sequel to make those things clearer.I really like all the characters, and I commend the author for adding the diversity in race, gender and sexual identity The characters were amusing and charming, but I wished there werefleshed out.Overall, B witch has an intriguing premise and charming characters It was definitely a quick read, and I recommend it to readers who look for a book with Halloween vibes.3.5 stars

  9. Denise Andre Denise Andre says:

    I received an electric advance reader through EdelwissFor my honest review So apparently Page Mckenzie is a YouTuber and she is now the second YouTuber who wrote a book that I have read and they both were disappointing Now, I ve read other books from Page that I loved Haunting of Sunshine Girl and I loved it so I was really excited to get my hands on this copy I can t believe Amount of let down I felt when reading this book Let s start with the positive things that I enjoyed First, I love I received an electric advance reader through EdelwissFor my honest review So apparently Page Mckenzie is a YouTuber and she is now the second YouTuber who wrote a book that I have read and they both were disappointing Now, I ve read other books from Page that I loved Haunting of Sunshine Girl and I loved it so I was really excited to get my hands on this copy I can t believe Amount of let down I felt when reading this book Let s start with the positive things that I enjoyed First, I love how the author introduced the book with a letter from Callixta Crowe s descendant as an insight to the books plot I adore the cover of the book and can t wait to see it in person Now for the unfortunate negatives,Let s start with the use of brackets In the Prologue, which is 4 pages long, the author used at least 4 times unnecessarily B witch is obviously about witches and the fact that it lacked any sort of in depth magical history was baffling, it mostly spoke about the witch hunter and that s it I found the character build up was subpar to say the least Also, 265 pages is a short amount of pages, but 253 pages are part of the actual story, so it needs to be fast paced without ignoring the important details Transitioning between the different point of views were inconsistent and found that at times I was left confused or with lots of questions I do not believe I ll be recommending B Witch to my customers, family or friends, but I will give the author another chance since I did enjoy her other series

  10. Pei Pei says:

    Actual rating 2.5Enjoyment 2.5 5Execution 2.5 5In a world where magic is forbidden, high school witches from rival covens band together to solve a mystery.I loved the concept of this book but the execution fell a bit short for me All the characters individually were quite interesting, and I loved the queer and anxiety rep, but the writing and the multiple POVs didn t do it for me The plot was intriguing but the pacing would wax and wane, with several mundane scenes stretching out over a few Actual rating 2.5Enjoyment 2.5 5Execution 2.5 5In a world where magic is forbidden, high school witches from rival covens band together to solve a mystery.I loved the concept of this book but the execution fell a bit short for me All the characters individually were quite interesting, and I loved the queer and anxiety rep, but the writing and the multiple POVs didn t do it for me The plot was intriguing but the pacing would wax and wane, with several mundane scenes stretching out over a few pages while seeminglyimportant scenes would only be given a paragraph or two I am typically a fan of the dual orPOV format example Marie Lu s Young Elites trilogy, which focuses on one character but occasionally jumps to another s , but there were just too many recurring POVs in this case five in addition to multiple MCs, making it difficult to distinguish whose thoughts were whose In turn, this lead to each character being developed rather shallowly, whereas focusing on just a few characters would have been mucheffective While I appreciated the diversity, I would like in the future to also seeOwn Voices stories, because I would ve liked if their characters had really explored their identities It is all in all a quick read with an interesting premise, and the authors have mentioned working on a sequel I d recommend this to a younger YA audience looking for a casual book.Thanks to Netgalley, the publisher, and the authors for an e ARC in exchange for an honest review

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