After meeting up at Landslip and earning the support of the Mer'ai, it's time for Elena and her crew to journey to A'loa Glen to take on the Dark Lord's forces - and finally aquire the fabled Blood Diary. As usual, that's easier said than done. The Dark Lord throws everything he can in their path to the Glen, and even Elena's allies are having a hard time agreeing with her plans and getting themselves to work together.
If you thought "Wit'ch Fire" and "Wit'ch Storm" were good, then you have no idea of Clemen's storytelling ability until you read the third installment of "The Banned and the Banished." "Wit'ch War" takes the combined legends, action, and characterization of the first two books, multipies it by ten, and gives it to you in 542 pages. If I could say just three words about this book, they would be 'Read it. Now.' -'Mahoney Lincoln'
The review of this Book prepared by Mahoney Lincoln