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Devon March matches wits and wizardry against a five-hundred-year-old evil in Demon Witch, the spine-tingling sequel to Sorcerers of the Nightwing. Long before the days of Madman Jackson Muir, a witch named Isobel the Apostate waged war upon her fellow sorcerers, the noble order of the Nightwing. Burned at the stake for her crimes, Isobel vowed to return and conquer the wo Devon March matches wits and wizardry against a five-hundred-year-old evil in Demon Witch, the spine-tingling sequel to Sorcerers of the Nightwing. Long before the days of Madman Jackson Muir, a witch named Isobel the Apostate waged war upon her fellow sorcerers, the noble order of the Nightwing. Burned at the stake for her crimes, Isobel vowed to return and conquer the world. Now that she is back, the only person who can prevent hell on earth is fourteen-year-old Devon March. In a battle that takes him from modern-day Ravenscliff to Tudor England and back, Devon must unleash the Nightwing power within himself and call upon friendships in the strangest places to stand against an evil that has waited five centuries for revenge. For at Ravenscliff, friends come in all shapes and sizes -- and enemies are everywhere.


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Devon March matches wits and wizardry against a five-hundred-year-old evil in Demon Witch, the spine-tingling sequel to Sorcerers of the Nightwing. Long before the days of Madman Jackson Muir, a witch named Isobel the Apostate waged war upon her fellow sorcerers, the noble order of the Nightwing. Burned at the stake for her crimes, Isobel vowed to return and conquer the wo Devon March matches wits and wizardry against a five-hundred-year-old evil in Demon Witch, the spine-tingling sequel to Sorcerers of the Nightwing. Long before the days of Madman Jackson Muir, a witch named Isobel the Apostate waged war upon her fellow sorcerers, the noble order of the Nightwing. Burned at the stake for her crimes, Isobel vowed to return and conquer the world. Now that she is back, the only person who can prevent hell on earth is fourteen-year-old Devon March. In a battle that takes him from modern-day Ravenscliff to Tudor England and back, Devon must unleash the Nightwing power within himself and call upon friendships in the strangest places to stand against an evil that has waited five centuries for revenge. For at Ravenscliff, friends come in all shapes and sizes -- and enemies are everywhere.

30 review for Demon Witch

  1. 5 out of 5

    Connie53

    Leuk tweede deel waarin het verhaal doorgaat waar het eerste deel opgehouden is. Gewoon een leuk boek voor jonge tieners.

  2. 5 out of 5

    T Berry

    This is another one from my youth that I decided to reread as an adult. I remembered most of the main plot points, and almost none of the details. So it was pretty interesting every time I stumbled upon a small scene that I had 0 recollection of. Don't get me wrong, I think I mentioned in my review for the first book that I must've gotten ahold of a copy that got updated to modern times, given, for instance, the reference to iPads when I'm fairly certain I read the book originally a few years befo This is another one from my youth that I decided to reread as an adult. I remembered most of the main plot points, and almost none of the details. So it was pretty interesting every time I stumbled upon a small scene that I had 0 recollection of. Don't get me wrong, I think I mentioned in my review for the first book that I must've gotten ahold of a copy that got updated to modern times, given, for instance, the reference to iPads when I'm fairly certain I read the book originally a few years before the iPad was ever a thing. Anyway, I remember being somewhat intrigued by this as a...middle schooler? Maybe early high schooler? And just generally enjoying it. I enjoyed it less upon rereading. Mainly because it was written aimed at the age I was when I first read it. Rereading it now, a lot of it seems fairly contrived. Though I suppose part of that is due to the fact that time travel was a factor in this book. But in general, there was a lot of distrust between characters (again, part of it a plot point but a lot of it was more annoying than helpful to the story). And, this being a largely character-driven story, when the characters feel off and the interactions between the characters aren't all that fun to read about, the story as a whole suffers. As a kid it was easier to overlook a lot of this, both because as the target demographic I was firmly aligned with the protag's viewpoint. It was a fun power fantasy to get lost in. And I had less ability to be critical of the writing itself. Honestly I could still use some of what powers the magic in the book. That is, the belief in one's ability to affect the world around themselves, and the casting off of fear, which weakens us. But the writing still put me off. Having said that I'm still gonna read the third book since I only recently found out there even was a third book. Also I super did not remember the antagonist having quite the effect they did on the protag. Like, in general I did, but not the specifics of it. I dunno how that slipped my memory.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sonia

    2.5 stars Ahhh, I so wanted to like this book because it was a series I enjoyed when I was a teenager. Now that more than 10 years have passed and my taste has changed, I decided to re-read it. Sadly, it has not lived up to the test of time, not at least not to me. While I still enjoyed the first book of the series, this book began to grate on me towards the second half. Withholding information as a plot device is something I really start to dislike and this book is full of it. A lot of the confli 2.5 stars Ahhh, I so wanted to like this book because it was a series I enjoyed when I was a teenager. Now that more than 10 years have passed and my taste has changed, I decided to re-read it. Sadly, it has not lived up to the test of time, not at least not to me. While I still enjoyed the first book of the series, this book began to grate on me towards the second half. Withholding information as a plot device is something I really start to dislike and this book is full of it. A lot of the conflicts could have been resolved if the characters just stop and listen/talk to each other. Anyway, I'm debating if I should read the next book, especially as there's no sign of a book 4 where everything can be resolved.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bailey

    The plot, characters, and the entire concept of the nightwings are fairly interesting and enjoyable, but the book could use some basic proof-reading. There were several sentences with nonsensical shifts in verb tense that distracted me from the story and at least once instance where Devon took a "cold shoulder" instead of a "cold shower." The plot, characters, and the entire concept of the nightwings are fairly interesting and enjoyable, but the book could use some basic proof-reading. There were several sentences with nonsensical shifts in verb tense that distracted me from the story and at least once instance where Devon took a "cold shoulder" instead of a "cold shower."

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    It's a good story, but book 1 is better. The Dutch translation of book 2 has quite a lot of errors in it and is written in a more childlike manner than book 1. It's a good story, but book 1 is better. The Dutch translation of book 2 has quite a lot of errors in it and is written in a more childlike manner than book 1.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Matylda Saresta

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  7. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    2.5

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ximon

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Second time reading this book and their are times were its really good and times where it needs a little more. If you read the first book then you will be familiar with the characters and the setting which in my head I imagine it's a great house in a great location. Just don't let the demons and hell mouth bother you. I like how the story was let up the big discovery but was it really that hard to figure out? The new woman that comes in is Morgana, a name also well known for another witch. I think Second time reading this book and their are times were its really good and times where it needs a little more. If you read the first book then you will be familiar with the characters and the setting which in my head I imagine it's a great house in a great location. Just don't let the demons and hell mouth bother you. I like how the story was let up the big discovery but was it really that hard to figure out? The new woman that comes in is Morgana, a name also well known for another witch. I think she should have had a different name it's like calling a character Juda then turns out he will betray everyone, to obvious. The killing of the witch was kinda boring, to quick and easy when they make such a big deal about how powerful she is. And it confused me into her title, is she a a witch? Succubus? Apostle? Everything? Might of been better if it was simple in that sense. What I enjoyed was that even in the end their is more secreta that still haven't been revealed so looking forward to next book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty

    Loved this, but it wasn't as good as the first one. Devon annoyed me immensely during this book, so much so that I was shouting at him a lot while reading it. I know he's only a fifteen year old boy but lord, he could get on my nerves. Still, I loved the historical elements with the Tudor period woven in with the story, and that some of my questions were answered. Now I just have to read the next book to answer all the other questions that are burning inside of me. Loved this, but it wasn't as good as the first one. Devon annoyed me immensely during this book, so much so that I was shouting at him a lot while reading it. I know he's only a fifteen year old boy but lord, he could get on my nerves. Still, I loved the historical elements with the Tudor period woven in with the story, and that some of my questions were answered. Now I just have to read the next book to answer all the other questions that are burning inside of me.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    I enjoyed the novel. It caught at my attention and left me wanting more. My only issue with the ENTIRE series is that the final book (which could clear up so many questions left in this book) is only published in french and polish. Why not publish in english and let the people who love the series find out how it ends? At least publish some kind of summary online that answers all the questions asked in the second book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Selena Hilgeman

    Good follow up for book one. Little slow sometimes with the information. But the stinking demons and other scary stuff are back! It ends with a cliffhanger.. Lucky me i'm dutch an part 3 is here allready in store. Normally I read the book in the mother language but I couldn't wait. Book 3 left me with an even bigger cliffhanger. Can't wait for part 4! Good follow up for book one. Little slow sometimes with the information. But the stinking demons and other scary stuff are back! It ends with a cliffhanger.. Lucky me i'm dutch an part 3 is here allready in store. Normally I read the book in the mother language but I couldn't wait. Book 3 left me with an even bigger cliffhanger. Can't wait for part 4!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Natalie Pietro

    This is the 2nd book to the ravenscliff series. Great book takes you deeper in to this world of nightmaries. Only problem the auther left the book on a cliff hanger. Im still waiting for book 3 to emerge. Still a great read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Mishap

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The creepy facotr is still here, but this book just doesn't satisfy like the first. I would say it is too predictable with the uncle's new fiance being obviously the title character. Oops, sorry, spoiler alert! Like you wont be able to see it coming eight miles off. The creepy facotr is still here, but this book just doesn't satisfy like the first. I would say it is too predictable with the uncle's new fiance being obviously the title character. Oops, sorry, spoiler alert! Like you wont be able to see it coming eight miles off.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Amina

    Awesome book, has a lot of stuff... time-travel, demons, witches. All the dreams togheter!

  15. 4 out of 5

    David Lipely

    An even better sequel! Why did the series have to end! I only wish the author was still alive to finish!!!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Catlyn

    very good so far

  17. 5 out of 5

    Koeur

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  18. 4 out of 5

    Toni Davis

    I abouslty loved this series when it first came out and have waited for the final one for 10 years and apparently its only out in french this sucks

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ricky

    Whoa there. Is book 3 not even available in the US? What is wrong with this picture?!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Joannne

    Another great read in the Ravenscliff series, just wish the third book is in English because this book ends on a real cliffhanger....sigh

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kami

    Love this series!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Devin Parrett

    so good

  23. 5 out of 5

    Linda Burns

    As good as the first one.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jannell

    Great, creative world of characters. Enjoyed, hope to listen to the next one.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Pauliina

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sam

  28. 5 out of 5

    Geoffrey Huntington

  29. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

  30. 5 out of 5

    Andy

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