W.I.T.C.H.: The Graphic Novel, Part III. A Crisis on Both Worlds, Vol. 1

W.I.T.C.H.: The Graphic Novel, Part III. A Crisis on Both Worlds, Vol. 1

Problems on Every Front The girls seem to face new challenges everywhere they turn, and the pressure is threatening to tear them apart. Even their normal lives aren't free of stress -- particularly when Will's long absent father returns! Will the girls be able to pull it together before a new enemy emerges?...

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Title:W.I.T.C.H.: The Graphic Novel, Part III. A Crisis on Both Worlds, Vol. 1
Author:Walt Disney Company
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:0316477087
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:256 pages pages

W.I.T.C.H.: The Graphic Novel, Part III. A Crisis on Both Worlds, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Matthew Hunter
    Dec 13, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Natalia Bona
    Jan 09, 2019

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Sissel
    Sep 03, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Krystal
    Jan 07, 2019

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Althea
    Sep 22, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Lilienknochen
    Jul 22, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Kirsty
    Jun 12, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Julia K
    Aug 30, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Celepom
    Jun 21, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Panda
    Oct 21, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

  • Adriana
    Dec 02, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Alyssa
    Dec 15, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

  • Maggie Milly Molly May
    Dec 10, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Dani
    Dec 19, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

  • Shani
    Jun 23, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Annika
    Oct 21, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Anniken Haga
    Sep 05, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

  • India
    Nov 28, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

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  • Yas
    Jun 24, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Bridget Hass
    Oct 12, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Aqua
    Jun 14, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

  • Nanna Winchester
    Aug 14, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Nick
    Feb 07, 2019

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Ash
    Dec 14, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Dzung Bui
    Oct 02, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Narra
    Feb 08, 2019

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  • Natalie
    Nov 11, 2018

    Review follows soon ...

    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Hannah Belyea
    Jan 23, 2019

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

  • Alessia Bossi
    Jun 22, 2018

    Review follows soon ...

    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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  • Abschnitt
    Jun 06, 2018

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    This book holds 4 of the albums in the witch?comic, and ends the Mr. Vandom?story arc and Matt/Mandy?story arc, but also opens up a multitude of others. This arc is the last I've read ever, and it was my least favorite. I'm not a big fan of the beginning of the arc, 'cause I'...

    First appearance of Orube! I always thought she was really annoying at first until she finds her place in the group and realises that teamwork makes the dreamwork lmao. I also never really understood Taranee's reason for wanting a break until now but I guess it was a long time coming, ...

    It's becoming more grown-up in a way. At least in Taranee's case. ...

    Thus far Part III isn't really living up to the first two story arcs. This first volume starts off with a few one-shot stories and wraps up the drama between Will and her parents (the highlight of this novel for sure), before setting up the next major conflict. My main issue is, an...

    After meeting a psychic, Irma warns her friends that great conflict is threatening to tear apart their group, including the return of Will's real father and Taranee's frustration with her mother, all leading up to one of their own taking a leave of absence from the team! Gnone will exc...

    One of the better volumes in the series! ...

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