The Fire

The Fire

James Patterson Jill Dembowski Elijah Wood Spencer Locke / Jun 17, 2021

The Fire Whit and Wisty Allgood have sacrificed everything to lead the resistance against the merciless totalitarian regime that governs their world Its supreme leader The One Who Is The One has banned every

  • Title: The Fire
  • Author: James Patterson Jill Dembowski Elijah Wood Spencer Locke
  • ISBN: 9781611139853
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Whit and Wisty Allgood have sacrificed everything to lead the resistance against the merciless totalitarian regime that governs their world Its supreme leader, The One Who Is The One, has banned everything they hold dear books, music, art, and imagination But the growing strength of the siblings magic hasn t been enough to stop the One s evil rampage, and now he s execWhit and Wisty Allgood have sacrificed everything to lead the resistance against the merciless totalitarian regime that governs their world Its supreme leader, The One Who Is The One, has banned everything they hold dear books, music, art, and imagination But the growing strength of the siblings magic hasn t been enough to stop the One s evil rampage, and now he s executed the only family they had left.Wisty knows that the time has finally come for her to face The One But her fight and her fire only channel power to this already invincible being How can she and Whit possibly prepare for their imminent showdown with the ruthless villain that devastated their world before he can truly become all powerful In this stunning climax of the epic Witch Wizard series, the stakes have never been higher and the consequences will change everything.

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        Official US SiteOfficial UK SiteBookShotsJIMMY Patterson BooksOfficial Site for James Patterson s Middle School SeriesReadKiddoReadJames Patterson has created enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today with his Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, Women s Murder Club, Private, NYPD Red, Daniel X, Maximum Ride, and Middle School series As of January 2016, he has sold over 350 million books worldwide and currently holds the Guinness World Record for the most 1 New York Times bestsellers In addition to writing the thriller novels for which he is best known, he also writes children s, middle grade, and young adult fiction and is also the first author to have 1 new titles simultaneously on the New York Times adult and children s bestsellers lists.The son of an insurance salesman and a schoolteacher, Patterson grew up in Newburgh, New York, and began casually writing at the age of nineteen In 1969, he graduated from Manhattan College He was given a full ride to Vanderbilt University s graduate program in English but dropped out after a year, knowing that he wouldn t be able to continue reading and writing for pleasure if he became a college professor.Instead, he moved to New York to become a junior copywriter for the advertising agency J Walter Thompson, eventually becoming CEO of its North American company.In 1976, while still working for J Walter Thompson, Patterson published his first novel, The Thomas Berryman Number, with Little, Brown and Company After being turned down by thirty one publishers, it won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel Patterson s 1993 novel, Along Came a Spider, his first novel to feature Alex Cross, was also his first New York Times bestseller in fiction.In 2001, Morgan Freeman starred as Alex Cross in a film adaptation of Along Came a Spider, and Tyler Perry also played the character in the 2012 film Alex Cross A film adaptation of Patterson s middle grade novel Middle School The Worst Years of My Life will be released in theaters in October 2016.For his initiatives to help kids become passionate readers and for his philanthropic efforts, Patterson was awarded the National Book Foundation s 2015 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community James Patterson has donated than one million books to students, emphasizing some of the most under resourced schools and youth programs in the country In 2015, Patterson donated 1.75 million to school libraries throughout the United States, and 250,000 in holiday bonuses to individual bookstore employees He also gave 1 million to independent bookstores in 2014.Patterson has recently donated over 26 million to his and his wife s alma maters the University of Wisconsin, Vanderbilt University, and Manhattan College and he has established over four hundred Teacher Education Scholarships at twenty four colleges and universities throughout the country Patterson has also donated over 650,000 books to U.S soldiers at home and overseas In May 2015, Patterson launched a new children s book imprint at Little, Brown, called JIMMY Patterson, that is unwaveringly focused on one goal turning kids into lifelong readers This imprint also provides resources, strategies, and programs to serve teachers, parents, librarians, and booksellers Patterson will be investing proceeds from the sales of JIMMY Patterson Books in pro reading initiatives Patterson has also founded ReadKiddoRead, a website designed to help parents, teachers, and librarians ignite a new generation s excitement for reading.


    1. Well, I stuck it out. What a waste of time. Patterson changed writing partners for each of the 3 books and I don't think it helped. 3 full books of the Allgood siblings being afraid, never growing, never learning. Three quarters of the way through this 3rd volume and Wisty is still petrified of "the One" and doesn't have a clue how to fight him and Whit is still instantly distracted by his dead girldfriend, Celia, quicker than a retreiver by a SQUIRREL! Whit is the most fickle scatter-brained pe [...]

    2. I'm sorry, but I have to say that I really have no idea how this book got so many five star reviews. Now, granted, I read about a few chapters offered on James Patterson's website, and I couldn't even bring myself to finish that. The first book was lacking. The second made no sense whatsoever. And the few chapters I read of The Fire showed that it was going to be exactly the same. This series is not well written. The plot jumps around until it becomes clear that there isn't really a clear object [...]

    3. In The Fire, we discover just how powerful our friends are. Wisty cannot only burst into flames but she can control electricity as well. Whit not only can heal himself but he can heal others, which is convenient when he must save his sister for real this time. He's lost everything; his girlfriend, his parents, and his friends. Whit will die before he loses his one and only sister, and she is dying. He sees her flame smoldering out of existence and he's terrified, more scared than ever, because h [...]

    4. That was awesome.I'm just so glad I decided to read this book at all and ignore all the negative reviews it got. Book 1 was okay. Book 2 was better. And now this. KLJFKLDJSDLKSFJDSFJKLSDJL:SDFJDSKSJDF:SDKLFJDSKL:FJSD It was fabulous. The first page is action-packed already. Well that apparently is because The Gift just ended in the middle of nowhere. Anyways, this sort of reminds me of City of Glass by Cassandra Clare in a way because it has a happy ending where the antagonist is truly defeated. [...]

    5. I didn't like The Fire.*****James Patterson ran out of fuel. The Fire started out great, but Whit & Wisty STILL could not figure out their Magic. For goodness sake, it’s the third book already! Surely, they thought of something by now on how to defeat The One Who Is The One. *sigh* No. still not there… until the last few pages. What a disappointing final book (i hope it’s the last one) for one of my fave series.Whit was so indecisive. A lot of things he wanted to do. Kiss Janine (the c [...]

    6. I can't believe that this is part of the same Witch and Wizard series that I loved so much! This book was horrible. I had to force myself to finish it and even that was off of principle alone. Otherwise I would've walked away from this. It was so boring- I'm sorry- but this was so out of character for James Patterson! Horrible ending also. It was like all of the sudden (and very lackluster) they defeat "the One" and resume their normal lives. The family just casually went back home and discussed [...]

    7. The Fire is the third and final installment of Patterson's "Witch & Wizard" series and it didn't disappoint me. I wasn't sure what I expected from this book, but it did require some suspension of disbelief to really understand it. Whit and Wisty are still trying to figure out how there powers work while dealing with strange and deadly people, along with the dreaded Shadowland. This book was very action-oriented and just when I'd think things were coming to a close I was wrong. Without giving [...]

    8. The third installment of this series definitely kept the pace that I have come to expect from James Patterson. This book was filled with action and had me turning the pages as fast as I could to try to keep up. (view spoiler)[This book starts off much like the others, giving the reader an update on all that has happened while stressing the horrors that are to come. Regardless of who begins the book, be it Whit or Wisty, their ultimate goal is to remind the reader that this is not "a fairy tale" [...]

    9. The first half of the book super slow and didn't seem like it was interesting but toward the end, things started to pick up and made it more enjoyable.

    10. While slogging through this 3rd installment of the series I found myself willing to set it aside for typically mundane things, like, watching corn grow. Unfortunately despite the fact that I do live in Iowa I don't live near a corn field so I opted to do things like removing my pillows from my pillow cases and putting them back in because they seemed just a little crooked. Or constantly booting up Words With Friends to see if anyone took their turn (even though 25 seconds earlier they hadn't). A [...]

    11. This book starts approximately a month or two after Whit and Wisty's parents were executed. Wisty has apparently caught the blood plague, a virus that is spreading throughout the new world. So a lot has happened since then. This usually annoys me, but I liked it this time. It took a little while to catch up, but I liked that because I didn't already know everything. A lot of this book takes place in the shadowland, which I didn't like about the previous books, but I still think The Fire was my f [...]

    12. This review contains spoilers!!I used to be an avid fan of James Patterson when I first began reading the Maximum Ride series. It wasn't until the last two MR books that I became a bit sick and disappointed in Patterson's predictable, repeated, and overrated "thrills", "cliffhangers", and "plot twists." It was the same case with this book. I suppose the general idea was decent, if not a slightly stale take on the popular totalitarian society takeover plot line. But the characters weren't unique [...]

    13. NO, Miss Pearl Marie, The One Who Is The One is NOT God. Despite my initial thoughts, based on Pearl up there, this was pretty good! Wisty was pretty good--she got her hair back--the villain was nice and villainous, and Pearce was sufficiently reminiscent of Draco Malfoy, though he'd have been even more formidable had his name been spelled "P-i-e-r-c-e." Whatever. *SPOILERS!*Seriously. Whitford P. Allgood. (What does the "P" stand for??) Could you please. Pretty please. With gummy bears on top, [...]

    14. Honestly, I have no idea why I chose to read this, as the last one was so bad. I guess I am just a glutton for punishment. I saw it on the shelf at the library; I knew it was the last book in the trilogy; so why NOT find out what happens? Ugh.Granted, this one flowed better than the other two. I actually didn't feel like smacking my head with the book as I did with the other two. I still can't believe Whit and Wisty even managed to beat The One Who is The One. I mean, they never learned from wha [...]

    15. Woah! that was amazing. Here's a nice little list explaining myself:1. These books get better and better each time! First 3 stars, then 4, now 5?! Nice! 2. So intense, and not little-kiddish at all. I wasn't annoyed at how they talked this time.3. Incredibly fast paced. Boom, boom, boom. Every chapter has a new surprise, and better yet, the chapters are, like, 3 pages average, which I love! 4. It's got that epic Maximum Ride effect we all love.5. The ending! It could be continued, it doesn't nee [...]

    16. The Fire is the third novel in the Witch and Wizard trilogy. It follows Whit and Wisty as they learn to control their magic and stop The One from destroying the world. I admit that I was disappointed in this series. The plot was half-baked and the characters were very static. There seemed to be a missing piece of story between the second book and this book. It created the feeling that I was running to catch up because I didn't read something that I was supposed to, despite the fact that I read e [...]

    17. I've always been a huge fan of magic, especially when young people discover they have a supernatural powers. I feel the message of The Fire is you can't let someone ruin your life just because you're different, and I love that. James Patterson sends the message of standing up for yourself, through a brother and sister with supernatural powers fighting for their right to live and be who they are. It's an amazing book written by a fantastic writer.

    18. The Fire is a book about not letting go and being indecisive all the time. It's exactly like a break-up that occurred 2 years ago which causes you to think you'll never find anyone else and isolate yourself from society. All throughout the book, Whit-a young wizard- can't let go of the fact that Janine and Celia died (Janine later gets resurrected by Whit). In past books in the Witch & Wizard series, Whit had hated The One Who Is The One after The One killed Celia. Although Celia's death has [...]

    19. Let's just walk in circles for half the book, not learning anything, and not moving the story along. Ugh. At least it's short!

    20. Is it the end of the end ? It was pretty epic I have to admit. If you've ever read the bookAnthem , you'll get the whole point of the story, that's not to say that you won't understand W&W 3 if you haven't, butAnthemsure does put a different perspective on the whole. Whit and Whisty do indeed save the day, hoorah, and people die, some people live, happy ending and yada yada. I don't know. The writing is good, but what do you expect it's JAMES PATTERSON, he doesn't do bad writing. I just didn [...]

    21. James Patterson certainly know how to mix humor, fast-paced action, and magic with a horrible evil, and a scary society. This dystopian story has some thing in common with other ones, but is still vastly different in how it’s executed. This 3rd book it just as good as the 1st two. It’s in present tense, so how feel like it’s happening and you don’t want to stop because you got to find out what happens next. I’m a huge fan off James’ Maximum Ride series, and this series seems to pull [...]

    22. The fire, by James Patterson is an amazing sequel to the sequel of the first book.Whit and Wisty Allgood Have fought the one for almost a year now. The blood plague is going around and Wisty catches it. Whit must find shelter for her and can't find any. as soon as he settles down to rest a small, but witty girl and brings them to her abandoned apartment basement. here Whit can heal Wisty and meet a amazing family. The time comes for the new order to come and invade the Needermans' home and leave [...]

    23. When I started on this collection, I was a little leery, not sure on the subject matter. I like coming away from a book, feeling better. J.P. writes like no one else I have never read. He takes the subject matter, and writes so you cannot put the book down till you are done. He does it again here, in this collection. I read books 1 & 2 a while ago, read #3 yesterday, and cannot wait for the next one. J.P. is one of my top 10 authors, I have a closet in my basement, that is full of books, (ye [...]

    24. I am glad I finally had the chance to get this book and find out what happens with Wisty & Whit. It had been a while since I read The Gift, but when I started The Fire, it was almost as if it had only been a few weeks ago that I finished The Gift. This was a very "active" story. There is a lot of action going on and as always, Whit and Wisty are still trying to figure things out. Are their parents really dead? Wisty is dying; will she survive to face The One? Will Whit be able to heal those [...]

    25. In the final book of this trilogy, I was a bit disappointed. The short chapters seem to bounce around a bit too much and there were a couple chapters that could have been taken out and the story would still have made sense. On the topic of the story, I feel like it was drawn out too much. I think it could have fit in two books at the most. Besides those few bothering things, I did enjoy the book. It had a nice closing to it. Of course the villain was defeated, what good would a story be if the g [...]

    26. Immediately, I was wrapped into the world of Whit and Wisty Allgood. I was fighting for them to survive and conquer the evil preventing the world from using the magic of their talents. The chapters rotated view from Whit to Wisty, which at first was surprising but ended up making me feel the emotions of both siblings. I felt the love they had for one another and understood why they made the choices they did to save the world despite sacrificing their safety. I recommend this book for anyone who [...]

    27. It was about Wisty and Whit fighting against the N.O(new order) and for filling the prophesy to defeating the one. They have ups and downs on there journey and facing life or death and seeing someone they know die. The one wants to take Wisty's gift and make himself more powerful. They have lost all of there friends and even faced there deaths. I loved the book and i would recommend it to a lot of my friends because i thought it would have lots of ups and downs and lots of exciting and terrifyin [...]

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