I was around 11 when the first W.I.T.C.H comic magazine hit Denmark.
I thought it looked interesting, and fell in love with it. I later got this book as a gift from my Grandfather (along with Will's story).
Growing up with this, it is hard not to like it.
I just re-read this today, and even though I can definitely feel the W.I.T.C.H fandom, has had its run, I still very much enjoyed this book.
It just took me back to the memories of feeling the music myself, and feeling like I should cry, because it was so very well described, the way Ked's music was just supernatural.
Even though I definitely loved this book, much more when I was younger, there is still some likings for the book lingering around. And the level of nostalgia I got from reading this, eleven years later, was just magical.
I love re-reading books I enjoyed as a child, and just feel nostalgic about it.
Very easy language, quick and well-flowing pacing, and overall easy to finish in one sitting.
Very descriptive, and I love how all of these show-case W.I.T.C.H stories are written in first person, and really just puts you into the mind of this ONE character.
It feels like you know them a little better then, and I guess if I was still a fan, and still collected the comics, I would love reading this, as much as I love reading my YA fantasies, and Sci-fi.
Still, despite me going 23 soon, this book and its universe, has not faltered, and does not bore me, or make me feel like "I'm too old for this". Because I know the truth about stories and books: you are never too old for them.
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