The Book of Three, Volume 1

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 6, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 269 pages
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"We're the protectors of the innocents.

We're known as the Charmed Ones."

-- Phoebe Halliwell, "Something Wiccan This Way Comes"

When Phoebe Halliwell returned to San Francisco to live with her older sisters, Prue and Piper, in Halliwell Manor, she had no idea how much her life -- all of their lives -- would change. Because when Phoebe found the Book of Shadows in the manor's attic, she learned that she and her sisters were the Charmed Ones, the most powerful witches of all time. Battling demons, warlocks, and countless evil spirits, Piper and Phoebe lost Prue but discovered half-witch, half-whitelighter Paige Matthews, the sister they never knew. The Power of Three was reborn.

Now go behind the scenes on television's sexiest supernatural thriller with The Book of Three, the first fully authorized companion to Charmed. Featuring:

  • Exclusive in-depth interviews with the cast and crew
  • An introduction by Executive Producer Brad Kern
  • Episode guides
  • Character profiles
  • Notable quotes
  • Color photo insert

and more! The Book of Three -- your essential companion to the witty, witchy world of Charmed!

 

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Paul Ruditis has written more than thirty books based on some of the most popular shows on television, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek, The West Wing, and Alias. He is also the author of an original fiction series for teens, DRAMA!, and the novel, Love, Hollywood Style. He lives in Los Angeles.

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