Kid reviews for The Witch's Boy

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Exciting, moving magical adventure explores love and greed.
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age 9+
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Kid, 9 years old March 20, 2015

Really good... but a sad story

It was really good but the main characters identical twin and him fall into the water. Their father can only save one child; all the towns people say he was the worse boy, though he wasn't. The story was exciting, and heart-breaking.

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Kid, 11 years old August 16, 2015

Good but a bit sad

I think that the witch's boy is an ok read for 9+, my brother read it when he was 9 and when I was 10. It is a great story but it inculdes some sad moment like when *spoiler alert* the girl's dad dies and when the twin brothers are sperated, one dies and the other does not. There is a bit of war and violence at the end but not much. The messages in this book are good. There is also a couple parts when someone taken prisoner. In my opinion, The Witch's Boy is a good book for those who like a bit of adventure.

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Kid, 8 years old August 30, 2017

Kid age9

I think The Witch's Boy would be good for age 9 to age 13. I would recommend this book to people who love adventure and a lot of excitement. And it gets quite sad and quite scary but it's also really funny also had a very happy ending.

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