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The Crimson Spell - Constance M. Burge

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Genre: Horror / Author: Constance M. Burge / Paperback / 181 Pages / Book is published 2000-07-03 by Simon & Schuster Children's / Alternative title: Charmed: The Crimson Spell

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      01.04.2009 22:01
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      Somehow I always manage to find the time to read a book, but hardly ever the time to actually review a book, or a DVD for that matter, which isn't quite right somehow based on the fact that reading a book would theoretically take longer to do rather than writing a review, however maybe it could be based on the fact that I read late at night or possibly that I don't feel like reviewing (very much the same thing happens when I don't feel like doing homework or revision). And I had promised myself I would try to make myself feel like doing a review but that hasn't worked as of yet, however I will keep on trying and I do hope I will succeed.

      Well, again this is another series that I would class as a pocket book series, however it is quite different to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, due to the fact that this is actually a pocket book because it has been published by the publications of Pocket Books, if that makes at all sense.

      Now I believe I am obsessed with Charmed, since I had not known it was a TV Series before it was too late to start watching the series, so I've decided to wonder whether I should have watched it and how did I do that? Well I started reading the books and I'm really impressed by them, also I have started watching Series One of charmed and therefore can relate the books to the episodes.

      Those of you who have watched series one... This book reminds me of the episode: "The Fourth Sister". However it could be described as completely different, although I do reckon that the author of this book (Constance M. Burge) must have watched that episode and decided to twist and make it seem better.

      I must pause right now and tell you about the story-line, otherwise I'd be rambling on about how great this book is and you wouldn't have any clue what the book was about. So the story line goes something like this... Recently the Charmed girls has realised that something is wrong based on the fact that they haven't seen a warlock in some time, meaning it is "dead" as in dead quiet. So Prue, Piper and Phoebe, has decided to take on a certain little project... Prue has decided to try and befriend a shop keeper who owns a magic shop, Phoebe has decided to take Karate classes as she feels vulnerable as her magic ability is to see premonitions (I wouldn't call that self defence as such), and Piper takes a step on the wild side and decides to help orphaned kids. But neither of them knows that a coven of warlocks are descending on them and all 3 of their plans revolve around the coven. But who is treading on thin ice?

      Now I'll go back to my rambling now... This is such a great book, I don't know how someone could say it was rubbish, and you can obviously tell that I loved this book as much as I have with the 2 preceding books. I like how the book is "pocket" sized and short, because it is quite easy to get into and you can easily finish the book in no time, which is a really good thing, well that is what I think.

      Awwwwww I feel bad now this looks like a really, really short review, and I feel like I'm missing something, but I don't know what!

      I hope to see some more reviews on this book and the other preceding 2 of course.

      And I thank you all for reading!

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      Book Series: Charmed