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Welcome To Denmark (Warlocks and Witches in…

Welcome To Denmark (Warlocks and Witches in America) (Volume 1)

by Aiden James

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This was a really good read. The characters are well developed, as the author slowly reveals their personalities little by little to us as the story is told. We get to know this family, or coven, of witches and warlocks as they move into a new city. The main family of the Radu clan consists of Grandparents Georghe and Florin, Mom and Dad Silvia and Gabriel, son Sebastian (Bas), and daughter Alisia. This magical clan lives for over 600 years but age very slowly. Bas is over 100 years old but looks like he is in his late teens, and Alisia is a bit younger and looks in her mid teens- so even though they might be hundreds of years old, its they act just like any other family of grandparents, parents and teenagers. Bas is the main character and he narrates this story, keeping a daily journal of their days in their new hometown.

While working on their new home and getting to know the eccentric neighbors, the family slowly falls in love with their new surroundings. Unfortunately, their mortal enemies, another family of wizards and wizards, has tracked them down and wants to wipe them off the face of the earth. Will the Radus be able to stay in the town they love or will they have to run away once again from the warring wizards? And while all this is going on, Bas thinks he has found love- will he be able to hold onto the girl of his dreams or will he be torn away from her while his family is at wizard war?

This story is a wonderful beginning to a series I hope continues. I would love to find out what happens next in these wizards' and warlocks' lives. There is a bit of swearing but nothing too bad, so this book is a good read for any age. It has some fun magic fights involving shooting wands and spells, a tiny bit of romance, and a mix of comedy. Reading this book is a great way to spend an afternoon, and hopefully the next in the series will be available soon. ( )
  Mary.Endersbe | Oct 23, 2014 |
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