Witch on the Water

Witch on the Water Witch on the Water chronicles the continuing adventures of twelve year old Cullen and his friends Maddy and April Cullen thought he had enough trouble surviving school dealing with his miserable hom

  • Title: Witch on the Water
  • Author: Christine Rose Ethan Rose Linda Thune
  • ISBN: 9780981994925
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • Witch on the Water chronicles the continuing adventures of twelve year old Cullen and his friends, Maddy and April Cullen thought he had enough trouble surviving school, dealing with his miserable home life, and being possessed by Rowan, a 1400 year old wizard But when Rowan s wife, the sadistic vampire Fiana, comes back seeking revenge, Cullen and his band of misfits muWitch on the Water chronicles the continuing adventures of twelve year old Cullen and his friends, Maddy and April Cullen thought he had enough trouble surviving school, dealing with his miserable home life, and being possessed by Rowan, a 1400 year old wizard But when Rowan s wife, the sadistic vampire Fiana, comes back seeking revenge, Cullen and his band of misfits must do what they can to stop her This time Cullen s favorite teacher is Fiana s first target Imaginative and poignant, the adventures of Rowan and Cullen thoroughly enchants the reader and promises to be a great series for readers of fantasy, young and old Witch on the Water is the second book in the award winning Rowan of the Wood fantasy series.

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    About "Christine Rose Ethan Rose Linda Thune"

    1. Christine Rose Ethan Rose Linda Thune

      Award winning author of the Rowan of the Wood YA fantasy series Needs copious amounts of dark chocolate, frothy mochas, and silent solitude.She wrote the Rowan of the Wood fantasy series with her husband Ethan, and she wrote a nonfiction book titled Publishing and Marketing Realities for the Emerging Author Between 2010 and 2014, also wrote romance and horror, mostly Steampunk, under the name O M Grey.Blog christinerose.wordpress omgrey.wordpresAuthors Website christineandethanroseBook Website

    168 thoughts on “Witch on the Water”

    1. 5 Paw Prints! Cullen is sick. Sick with a cold. Sick of what has happened. Sick of his “family”. And sick of Rowan and Rowan’s excuses for Fiana. If he could forget what has happened would he want to? If he could get rid of Rowan, would he?Fiana made a sacrifice to find her love, Rowan. But has that sacrifice that she made so many centuries ago taken the last of her humanity? She will do whatever it takes to get her husband back! Even if it means killing everyone who he now holds dear.Cull [...]


    2. I think I liked this one just as much as the first. It seemed a little rushed in parts and still needed some editing, but those are my only complaints.I know for some that the climax will be too short, but I was glad of that. The best part of a book for me is getting to know the characters and following them around in their everyday lives, so I was not disappointed. Regardless, I thought that the story moved along quickly and that there was plenty of action and back story. I had a hard time putt [...]



    3. Wow, what a good book. I think for an independent book it was pretty good. Some Indie books are not all that great but I haven't tried to write and publish my own books, hard work. This is a nice series and I just found out there are FIVE books and I only own three. It would make a nice movie I think. Cullen is a character I love, so much like me in the reading department. The bits of Celtic history is great. It's the basic storytelling that makes it a good read for fantasy lovers and I love how [...]


    4. Once again, Christine & Ethan Rose have weaved a thrilling tale of magic and adventure in “Witch on the Water”. Like its predecessor, “Rowan of the Wood”, this is an enchanting page-turner that has it all. It is filled not only with the wizards, vampires and heroes from the first novel, but new enigmatic characters are introduced to take this story by the reins and alter the course of events for our courageous heroes and vicious villains. The numerous plot lines come together so very [...]


    5. Witch on the Water is the sequel to Rowan of the Wood. I enjoyed the first book quite a bit, although I don’t think it’s suitable for the younger audience it’s intended for. The second book doesn’t have the sexual innuendo so is more suitable for that particular audience.However, this book wasn’t as strong as the first. It was good, but not as riveting and the pace was much slower. There were some really interesting scenes and topics covered, but generally speaking the characters felt [...]


    6. Reviewed by Marta Morrison for TeensReadTooI enjoyed the second book of this fantasy series, following ROWAN OF THE WOOD. I was fortunate to have read the first book last year.This time Cullen isn't as noble as he was in the first book. He is tired of having a wizard living in his brain. The Rowan is also tired of life now and wants out. He is depressed and is having a hard time dealing with what his wife has become.A new character has emerged in this book. It is the math teacher who has a thing [...]


    7. Witch on the Water is the sequel to the novel, Rowan of the Woods. The novel follows the continuing adventures of Cullen, Maddy, and April. All in all, I was surprised how much I enjoyed this novel and its predecessor. Witch on the Water is action packed and filled with some very suspenseful moments. This is a book that I think readers of all ages could enjoy.One aspect that I really enjoyed was that the characters came into their own in this book. While they did grow a lot in the first novel, I [...]


    8. As of yet I still have not read the first book, but after reading this engrossing book I am excited to do so soon. I do recommend reading Rowan of the Wood first since I was sort of confused until I read a synapsis of that book. These characters are lovable and endearing. You will quickly find yourself on the edge of your seat in regards to Rowan's, Cullen's, and friends' adventures.I received an advance copy of this book through First Reads and after enjoying this book I did go out and find Ro [...]


    9. The second book continues with Cullen having trouble in school, but finds himself surrounded by unusual friends who form a band of irregulars who help him and his possessed wizard combat the evil vampire witch when she attacks Cullen's favorite teacher. Did not like it as well as the first, but it is a nice continuation of the characters and the story.


    10. Not as good as the first book. The main problem was that the characters got mired down in their cliched problem. Still, a fun, light fantasy read.


    11. Not as good as the first but still an enjoyable read. I'm looking forward to continueing the series and reading more about Cullen, Maddy and the rest of the gang and getting to know Aiden.



    12. This is the second book following "Rowan of the Wood," and it was fun; although, not as much fun as the first in the series. I'm looking forward to the third in the set.


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