Anika is a young, impulsive girl who hopes to solve the mysteries of life by following Wicca. On this path, she encounters the joy of first love, the fear of uncertainty and the power of complete surrender. This is not as simple as it seems, hidden in the shadows are conspiracies, secrets and betrayals. Will Anika be able to survive in this mysterious world?
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I originally decided to read the Wiccan Waltz because I am of that religion, and it is always interesting to see how someone will portray it. I only wish that Vishnoi would have kept the spelling of magick with a “k” consistently throughout the short story.
As many of the paranormal books that I have read as of late, the Wiccan Waltz is told through the first person POV. Even for a short story, the pacing was too quick for my liking. As I read, it felt as if I was constantly barraged with scene changes at times.
I did like how Anika decided to seriously study Wicca. I do not want to give it away, but I am sure that there are some practitioners that have become Wiccan because of it.
I found it hard to like Anika. She seemed to eager and naive. There were times that I was shaking my head at her reactions.
I think that this was written for someone younger than myself. As nice as some of the characters were, I could not relate to them, but I think that someone younger. I would recommend the Wiccan Waltz to someone ages 13 to 15 years of age.