Michael Phillip Cash’s Witches Protection Program

I received this book courtesy of Mr. Cash for the purpose of at fair and honest review.

Overview: Wes Rockville has failed his first mission as part of an elite law enforcement agency. As a result he is shifted to a more secretive agency. Once there, he learns a rather far out truth. Witches aren’t just the villains of children’s stories. They are very real and some of them are actually out to help the world become a better place. The rest of them, well they would put many of the fairytale witches to shame. The Agency’s job is to protect the Davinas, or good witches, and stop the Willas, or wicked witches. Wes and his partner’s first assignment will be dealing with Pendragon Cosmetics’ newest product and the Willa who wishes to use it to further her own interests. Their second mission will be to help Morgan Pendragon, if she wants any help that is.

Story Telling: Mr. Cash is back with another urban fantasy. This time around, though it’s witches and not ghosts.

Likes: Wes worked hard to deal with his disability. I like the way he shows how to succeed. He never gives up.

Alastair did what almost anyone in his position would do. He had no problem passing on his knowledge, nor was he above telling someone how it is.

I think that Mr. Cash was arguing the forms of feminism here. The Davinas seem to represent those who believe in the fact that the best person gets the job. The Willas seem to hate men period, they believe that women are superior to men. Both sides were fighting to prove their theories.

Junie was pretty cool, but I think I’ll avoid her stew if you don’t mind.

Dislikes: This really isn’t a dislike, or a bad thing, but the scene on the bridge made this a book that isn’t really good for all ages. I’d still read it to my children, albeit with an abridged bridge scene. Pun intended.

Favorite Character: It’s Alastair. He was placed in a bad position, but he still did what he could do to save Morgan and those like her.

Favorite Quote: This one was perfect: ““The way to end persecution is to not repeat the offense,” Alastair told her.”

Favorite Scene: The best part was when Wes and his dad met in the warehouse.

I also liked how Junie handled the ships’ galleys.(See my above feelings about her stew.)

Conclusion: This is a terrific book. Another one for my library at least. Enjoy this (semi-)innocent family story.mind.

Dislikes: This really isn’t a dislike, or a bad thing, but the scene on the bridge made this a book that isn’t really good for all ages. I’d still read it to my children, albeit with an abridged bridge scene. Pun intended.

Favorite Character: It’s Alastair. He was placed in a bad position, but he still did what he could do to save Morgan and those like her.

Favorite Quote: This one was perfect: ““The way to end persecution is to not repeat the offense,” Alastair told her.”

Favorite Scene: The best part was when Wes and his dad met in the warehouse.

I also liked how Junie handled the ships’ galleys.(See my above feelings about her stew.)

Conclusion: This is a terrific book. Another one for my library at least. Enjoy this (semi-)innocent family story.

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