Witches Night Out

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  • Paperback
  • 222 pages
  • Witches Night Out
  • Silver RavenWolf
  • English
  • 10 April 2017
  • 1567187285

About the Author: Silver RavenWolf

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Witches Night Out Get Lost In This Riveting Novel As Five Teen Witches Join Together In The Hunt To Find A Murderer When No One Else Will Even Believe That A Killing Took Place, In The Thrilling Pages Of Witches Night Out By Silver RavenWolf This Is A Novel Meant Just For Teens Like You It Deals With Your Emotions And Your Feelings, While Throwing In Enough Real Magic And Edge Of Your Seat Scares To Keep You Turning The Pages The Main Character Is Bethany Salem She S Pretty Much Like Every Other Sixteen Year Old Girl Except For One Thing She S A Witch Five Years Ago Her Mother Died, Leaving Her In The Care Of Her Father, A New York City Cop, Who Deposited Her In The Suburbs With A Housekeeper Who Practices Santeria Together With Her Friends, She Has Formed The Witches Night Out Coven One Of Their First Tasks Is To Do A Ritual For Their Friend, Joe, Who Died In A Car Accident To Their Surprise, They Discover That It Was Not An Accident Can They Discover Who Caused The Fatal Accident Why Was The Crime Committed If They Do Find Out Who Did It, Can They Get Adults To Believe Them Will They Even Get Out Of This Alive Written By The Author Of Numerous Books On Witchcraft And Wicca, Witches Night Out Is Filled With Real Magic And Spiritual Information, Not The Silly Fictions Found In Some Other Books In Fact, At The End Of This Book, You Ll Discover A Real Spell For Ending Gossip Notice To Parents The Author Has Teenaged Children Of Her Own And Included Things She Hoped Would Inspire Her Own Kids, Including A Focus On The Use Of Inner Strength, Courage, And Willpower To Overcome Seemingly Insurmountable Obstacles For Exciting Reading That Teaches Positive Self Image And Magic Thrown In With A Background Of Excitement, Get Witches Night Out

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10 thoughts on “Witches Night Out

  1. Geli says:

    This was probably my first book about witches and since then I ve read tons But nothing that was as good as this one Theres so many books with witch characters but they just dont feel right to me The magic just seems weak or just makes me a non believer Silver RavenWolf is a real Wiccan so I think that is what made this series feel muchauthentic Reading about this little coven had me on the edge of my seat And I loved the diversity of the characters also something hard to find in ot This was probably my first book about witches and since then I ve read tons But nothing that was as good as this one Theres so many books with witch characters but they just dont feel right to me The magic just seems weak or just makes me a non believer Silver RavenWolf is a real Wiccan so I think that is what made this series feel muchauthentic Reading about this little coven had me on the edge of my seat And I loved the diversity of the characters also something hard to find in other books

  2. Asenath says:

    Had to do with witchcraft, and an almost cult group of friends using it At the end the author put in a spell that would stop gossip all by burying a potato Who knew it was that easy

  3. Rebecca McNutt says:

    The idea for Witches Night Out was good, but the end result is a choppy and poorly written book with nothing outstanding about it aside from its immature characters.

  4. Christine says:

    It was..depressing People have been talking about Silver Ravenwolf s books for a long time To read or not to read That is literally the question and after reading THIS book do not read She bums me out The teens in this book are stereotypical teens and I ve got to say, I wasn t in high school when I read this book and when I read this I just thought to myself, people cannot be this bad I was wrong.Teens ARE this bad sometimes even worse When I read this book I was very much into witch It was..depressing People have been talking about Silver Ravenwolf s books for a long time To read or not to read That is literally the question and after reading THIS book do not read She bums me out The teens in this book are stereotypical teens and I ve got to say, I wasn t in high school when I read this book and when I read this I just thought to myself, people cannot be this bad I was wrong.Teens ARE this bad sometimes even worse When I read this book I was very much into witchcraft, not Wicca, and I ve got to say I think I ll have to reread this one because I m older now and I haveperspective on life so I ll just swing by the library, give this a quick reread and you ll get another review soon because I can t really remember too much about this book except that it depressed me

  5. Rainbowjay says:

    I picked this up in a little out of the way bookstore in the middles of nowhere That sounds like the start of a horror movie I wasn t even going to buy anything, seeing as I have four books currently waiting paiently for me to feel up to reading But this looked interesting and not anything that was mentally stressful Someone once said good books are like a good steak Well, this book is a gooey piece of taffy, no nutriutional value whatsoever but fun just the same It s about a teenage coven I picked this up in a little out of the way bookstore in the middles of nowhere That sounds like the start of a horror movie I wasn t even going to buy anything, seeing as I have four books currently waiting paiently for me to feel up to reading But this looked interesting and not anything that was mentally stressful Someone once said good books are like a good steak Well, this book is a gooey piece of taffy, no nutriutional value whatsoever but fun just the same It s about a teenage coven and a mystery Any than that would be SPOILERS and I don t like spoilers

  6. Nyeisha (Bookbabe of Delaware) says:

    I read this when I was first introduced to wicca, I thought it was a quick easy readgood for young adults

  7. Bookophiliac says:

    I would really give this book 2.5 stars but I m rounding up to 3 because I know I enjoyed it as a teenager with all it s witchy elements It was books like these and, The Secret Circle, that turned me on to New Age religions and will forever be nostalgic towards them That said, these kids are just so typically HS I enjoyed that some of their backgrounds were already rooted in magic who s to say that those of us who areattracted these arts aren t It was unfortunate that Ravenwolf only I would really give this book 2.5 stars but I m rounding up to 3 because I know I enjoyed it as a teenager with all it s witchy elements It was books like these and, The Secret Circle, that turned me on to New Age religions and will forever be nostalgic towards them That said, these kids are just so typically HS I enjoyed that some of their backgrounds were already rooted in magic who s to say that those of us who areattracted these arts aren t It was unfortunate that Ravenwolf only scratched the surfaces of these families To be fair, it s clearly set up to become a series but a littledepth to these characters would not have hurt Ramona, the housekeeper, piqued my interest farthan any of the main characters.Bethany Salem eyeroll is 16 yr old teenager convinced that her boyfriend, also a young teen, was somehow murdered, despite all signs pointing to a simple car accident Prior to this incident, she and said boyfriend are part of a small HS coven that they seem to have started, along with 4 other friends All of these friends have avoided her during the summer after her boyfriend, Joe, died until Bethany suddenly and abruptly calls a coven meeting, sensing foul play When they arrive, she convinces them to perform a ritual to find Joe s killer whiling believing on them is involved That s the whole basis of the book Their main obstacle is intolerance from those who believe them to be Satanists, and a snide, vapid cheerleader who likes to gang up on Bethany any chance she gets Even she gets a nice tidy finish, though, when she apologizes and admits that she was simply jealous all along sigh The ending wasn t exactly predictable but it wrapped up about as tidily as a story can IMO, Ramona was the real hero, and comedic relief, of the book All in all, I didn t mind spending my time reading this and will probably pass it on to my 16 yr old niece for a light, whimsical read

  8. Zoe says:

    The main character being named Bethany Salem was bad enough for me The kind of sexy, cool kid vibe you get from looking at the characters on the cover also bugged me Most of the time, Wiccan kids do not have entire cliques aka covens of same age Wiccans at their disposal Even if there are other Wiccan teenagers at their high school s , large groups of them tend to be outcasts rather than the cool kids None of the Wiccan teenagers seemed to have self esteem problems, insecurities, doub The main character being named Bethany Salem was bad enough for me The kind of sexy, cool kid vibe you get from looking at the characters on the cover also bugged me Most of the time, Wiccan kids do not have entire cliques aka covens of same age Wiccans at their disposal Even if there are other Wiccan teenagers at their high school s , large groups of them tend to be outcasts rather than the cool kids None of the Wiccan teenagers seemed to have self esteem problems, insecurities, doubts about the reality of magic, etc Just like a group of Christian teens is bound to run into people who are struggling with faith, groups of Wiccan teens really should have some conflicts as well Religion is a very emotional thing, and many people who turn to Wicca turn to it after feeling rejected inmainstream religions and such This is not always the case, but it can happen and it seemed like at least one teenager needed to represent that Also, it bugged me how easily these teenagers came by incredibly worldly wisdom about Wicca Tillie just growing up with a Tarot reading mom, and Bethany just happening upon witchy housekeeper Ramona seemed particularly unrealistic to me Maybe one of those things happened, but multiple teenagers being seriously devoted to Wicca and having their own coven seems a bit unrealistic The most unbelievable part was the fact that these teenagers were crime solvers Usually a psychic witch whatever has to be pretty experienced to be involved with murder cases This book seemslike YA fantasy than a realistic depiction of Wicca, yet with an author claiming to be a practicing Wiccan you d expectof the latter

  9. Zev says:

    Two and a half stars, mostly for her writing skills I liked how she wrote, but did not appreciate what she wrote about teenagers in a small town I liked the fairly realistic portrayal of Wicca, although it got unrealistic when she needed it to be for the plot to work This book was where it was at for me, when I was a teenager I have fond memories As an adult, and having read quite a fewbookseh A lot of what takes place in the story is convenient I don t think it was wish fu Two and a half stars, mostly for her writing skills I liked how she wrote, but did not appreciate what she wrote about teenagers in a small town I liked the fairly realistic portrayal of Wicca, although it got unrealistic when she needed it to be for the plot to work This book was where it was at for me, when I was a teenager I have fond memories As an adult, and having read quite a fewbookseh A lot of what takes place in the story is convenient I don t think it was wish fulfillment I think she was exploring a story, and rightfully telling it.It was a story about a privileged teenager who faces little to no consequences There s a looot of cliches in here There s some subtle racism, strict gender roles, homophobia, shaming teens for sexuality not so subtle actually , overwrought religious persecution oh C MON , and other negative messages in here, which I picked up on as a teen and wanted to stop reading, but decided I should finish the book so I could properly be mad at it If you ve read her books on Wicca, a pattern starts to emerge that hints at her upbringing and views of the world around her They show in this novel, as well She s a talented writer I wish she could separate from her worldviews a little

  10. Chica Gorrión says:

    La gente siempre se queja de lo b sico de los escritos de Silver Ravenwolf pero en el fondo supongo que alguien tiene que escribir as para informar a los m s j venes y que no saben nada de nada de paganismo o magia Personalmente no me gust , no est muy bien escrito y los personajes se me hacen un poco sosos, me siento un poco vieja como para leerlo adem s de que no me aport nada Pero entiendo que para alguien, adolescente o ni os, que no supiera nada de brujer a, ser a til S lo por eso no La gente siempre se queja de lo b sico de los escritos de Silver Ravenwolf pero en el fondo supongo que alguien tiene que escribir as para informar a los m s j venes y que no saben nada de nada de paganismo o magia Personalmente no me gust , no est muy bien escrito y los personajes se me hacen un poco sosos, me siento un poco vieja como para leerlo adem s de que no me aport nada Pero entiendo que para alguien, adolescente o ni os, que no supiera nada de brujer a, ser a til S lo por eso no le doy una estrellita solitaria Quiz s deber a donarlo a alguna biblioteca, para que alguien alg n d a lo encuentre, no se x