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Review: Witch Fire by Laura Powell

Lucas and Glory are hard at work in WICA (Witchkind Intelligence and Covert Affairs). As part of their training, they learn more about the witch-terrorist organization Endor. It is believed that Endor has infiltrated a boarding school for young witches in Switzerland, so WICA sends their two youngest agents—Lucas and Glory—to the school undercover. There, they learn more about an experimental brain implant that blocks the power of the fae. It’s a dangerous procedure . . . more so than they could ever have imagined.

My Thoughts
I got really excited when I finally got a copy of this book as I loved the first one in the series and actually found time to reread book one in preparedness.

This instalment is just as good as the first and whilst very different in its feel it had all the elements I loved about the first book and added to it. The story picks up shortly after book one ends with Lucas and Glory training to prepare for a mission for WICA the organisation they have recently been recruited to. I really love the two of them as characters and I loved following them in this instalment as they go undercover at a boarding school for teens who are witches.

I won't tell you too much about what happens in this book for fearing of spoiling it but to say I really enjoyed it. It was pacey and exciting throughout and added to the world set up in the first book without having that second in a series feel to it. I loved getting to know the characters that little bit more and the revelations were brilliant and left me really excited for the last book without that being felt hanging.

A fab story and brilliant read which I enjoyed thoroughly


I really love the world that was created in the first book and am eager to learn more in the second. I also really liked Lucas and Glory so I'm thrilled to spend more time with them especially since the world is already set up.