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T*Witches- by Reisfeld and Gilmour  

T*Witches- by Reisfeld and Gilmour

It’s been long time since I finished reading T*Witches. But seeing it in my shelf I could not resist taking it out for another read and that’s when I thought I ought to write about it!

T*Witches is a popular young adult fantasy novel series by H.B Gilmour and Randi Reisfeld.

This book is in a series which have a total of ten books. It is also been amde into a popular Disney Channel Movie. The book is the story about identical twin sisters separated at birth, Camryn Barnes and Alexandra Fielding, also known as Apolla and Artemis DuBaer (their names as witches).

The only sign of recognition they have about their real life is a pair of matching amulets of the sun and the moon and also similar powers to said celestial bodies. The twins' guardians are Ileana, a cousin; and Karsh, a mentor.

In the real world, the two live completely different lives, miles away from each other, not knowing of their powers until they met in The Power of Two.

The book has a wonderful plot which goes through an avalanche of emotions, surprises and thrills. It will certainly be a good read for most teenagers. It is about magic, reunion and love- themes which can be enjoyed by one and all.

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  1. Chitraparna  

    Hi Meghna..

    I just went through both the sites...You are too good a writer for a 14 year old.. keep up the good work...

    Will visit soon

  2. Sumit Dey  

    interesting!! i never came across this one as a teen. will look it up...

  3. Meghna  

    @ Chitra- Thanks a lot. Visit my other site for more:)

  4. Meghna  

    @ Sumit- Sure try it!!

  5. Anonymous  

    Interesting book... I don't know why I never see it in bookstores here. When was it published?

  6. Meghna  

    @ Zawan- I agree it isn't that famous. The editing I have was published in 2004.

  7. Anonymous  

    HI Meghna, I have posted a review of To Kill a MOckingbird, I thought you would be interested since you have read the book.

    I watched the movie yesterday, it was great! It's black and white, and Gregory Peck won an Oscar.

  8. Meghna  

    @ Zawan- I sure am interested! Really, has there been a movie about it too? I didn't know! Thanks!!

  9. bhumika  

    Hi Meghne..!
    The book is really a good one.....
    And quite interest holding....

  10. Anonymous  

    Hi Meghne..!
    The book is really a good one.....
    And quite interest holding....yetroma

  11. flo  

    I just finished reading Cassandra Clare's City of Bones and was looking around for another of YA fantasy genre and came across your post. It sounds interesting and if I get my hands on it, I am planning to read it :)... Thank you :)).. and I love your blogs...Take care..

  12. Meghna  

    @ Yetroma and bhumika- Thanks a lot! Have a read and you'd think better!

  13. Meghna  

    @ Flo- I read that book....I'm sure you'll like this too :)
    Thanks a ton!! You made my day :P

  14. shilpi  

    hey meghna
    thanks for that lovely information


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    Cool! Author the best! Thank you!

  16. JR  

    The books were originally out between 2001-2004, at that time they were in book stores.

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