Book Review: Any Witch Way You Can by Amanda M. Lee

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Book Review
Any Witch Way You Can
by Amanda M. Lee

I know exactly where I was when I purchased Any Which Way You Can. I was sitting in LaGuardia Airport in NYC after a harrowing experience on the NY freeway. The title of series, Wicked Witches of the Midwest, caught my eye having lived in the Midwest all my life. Then this book sat on my eBook shelf for close to a year and an half. Thanks to COYER Blackout, I finally tackled it.

I’m a pretty tough sell when it comes to mystery novels. I want a tightly woven mystery with just enough clues (or breadcrumbs) to allow me to discover “who-dun-it” just before the sleuth in the story figures it out. Sadly, Any Witch Way You Can fails on this point. The mystery was sloppy and not very mysterious, in my opinion.

However, Any Which Way You Can shines with a full cast of funny, sarcastic, friendly characters that you can relate to. These characters kept me reading until the end despite the lackluster mystery. Bay’s family, especially her cousins and grandmother, provided some of the funniest moments in the story. They reminded me of people in my own life that I hold dear for their honesty and lightheartedness.

While I definitely didn’t finish Any Witch Way You Can because of the plot, I would recommend it if you are looking for a easy, quick read with some memorable characters that will make your smile and bring a bit of humor to your life.

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Book Review: Any Witch Way You Can by Amanda M. Lee

Any Witch Way You Can

Author: Amanda M. Lee
Published on: January 18, 2013
Pages: 272
Series: Wicked Witches of the Midwest #1
Genres: paranormal, adult
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My Rating: Thumbs Up

About Amanda M. Lee

When I was a kid, I was torn between whether or not I was going to grow up and be the Incredible Hulk or Wonder Woman. I flirted with being a Jedi Knight for awhile, but I wasn't up for the intense travel associated with the gig. In my teens, I settled on being a writer -- although I had no idea the effort that would entail.
Not only am I a writer now, but I'm a writer in several different mediums. I'm a longtime newspaper reporter, an avid reader and a voracious science fiction fanatic.

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