Phoebe Who? - Constance M Burge Reviews
Description:ISBN 1416926666 / Author: Constance M Burge / Genre: Fiction / Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books / The life of a Charmed One is ... more
Phoebe Who? - Constance M Burge ... never easy. What with balancing work, sisters, and a secret second job ~ saving the world ~ it's no wonder Phoebe feels in need of a break! But little does she, and her sisters, Piper and Paige, know that they are about to get one. After a huge battle against the forces of evil, Phoebe wakes up completely unaware of where ~ or who ~ she is. A woman named Sandy finds her and Phoebe is eager to embrace Sandy's laid-back lifestyle...not knowing, of course, that her sisters are in a panicked search. And when Sandy suggests that they have to track down two evil witch sisters, Phoebe doesn't think twice...
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Constance M. Burge Phoebe Who? (Charmed)
A forgotten identity causes the Power of Three a heap of trouble.
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by - written on 15/04/08 (Very useful, 74 readings)
On Thursday something happened to me that has not happened for over 20 years, I had not got a single book to read in the house. I searched my magazine rack for something to read but there was nothing unread in there either, I thought I would have to resign myself to reading the backs of cereal boxes and toilet rolls all night until my grandaughter popped in with her dad. She mentioned that she had finished reading her Charmed book and went and got it out of the car for me, now I cannot stand the Charmed TV programme even though she is a big fan so was not holding out much hope for enjoying the book. But it was preferable to the Cornflake packet I had just taken out of ... Read the complete review
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