Monday, July 13, 2015

Witches Protection Program Review

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Witches Protection Program by Michael Phillips Cash

This is a nice book.  It is full o suspense and ties to issue in today's society.  The characters are well developed throughout the book.  The one problem I saw was one of the main characters appeared to change its base attributes in the last 15 pages.  The change appeared to me to be a way to quickly close up the book in the last chapter.

Wes Rockville is an agent, that is a hard worker and above average agent.  The problem is that he comes from a family of over achievers.  So when he makes any move that his father sees as not measuring up, then he is flagged as a trouble maker or a bad agent.  Due to one of this "not measuring up" instance he is transferred to the Witches Protection Program.  Wes at first does not believe in witches and thinks that his transfer is a joke.  He soon finds out that all that he has believed has been crushed on his path to save the world of witches and prove himself to his father.

I received this product for free in-exchange for a fair and honest review.  I also received a pen and some sticky notes with the theme of the witches protection program.
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