The Wiccan

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Tyndale House, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 142 pages
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Written to combat the influence of the occult on today's kids, these compelling stories show the reality of spiritual warfare. As Rebecca and her brother, Scott, discover the danger in the occult's deceptive practices, they learn to put their trust in God's truths. When a group of friends decides to visit a local bookstore to meet the star of The Hex, a popular new show on TV, Becka uncovers a spellbinding network of lies beneath the glamorous facade, and struggles to stand up for the truth.

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Review: The Wiccan (Forbidden Doors #11)

User Review  - Elle - Goodreads

This book didn't catch my attention much. The excitement is a possession in some restaraunt, which i guess is exciting. Out of all the other books in this series, this definitely wouldn't be my favorite. Read full review

Review: The Wiccan (Forbidden Doors #11)

User Review  - Taylor - Goodreads

Awesome! I love this book series! :) Read full review


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Bill Myers trabaja con los jovenes y es un escritor/director cuyos libros y peliculas han ganado cuarenta galardones nacionales e internacionales. Es el cocreador de McGee and Me, y autor de la serie Forbidden Doors, la serie My Life as, The Seeing. Cuando no le esta hablando a personas que han experimentado lo sobrenatural, esta entrevistando a grupos de jovenes de todo el mundo o haciendo un par de peliculas. Su sitio Web es

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