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Charmed
Charmed logo.svg
The Charmed logo was first used for the television series and then the novel and comic series.
Country United States
Language English
Genre Fantasy, young-adult fiction, mystery, thriller, magical realism
Publisher Simon & Schuster (1999–2008);
HarperCollins (2015–)
Published 1 November 1999 – 1 January 2008;
26 May 2015 – present
Media type Print (paperback)
E-book
No. of books 44

Charmed novels are a series of fiction based on the American television series of the same name.

Between 1999 and 2008, forty-three novels were published by Simon & Schuster and were roughly set during the same period as the events of the television series. The first novel, The Power of Three, was released in November 1999 as a novelization of the series premiere episode, "Something Wicca This Way Comes", and introduces the Charmed Ones – Prue, Piper, and Phoebe Halliwell – as the most powerful witches of all time.[1] All subsequent novels are original stories revolving around the Charmed Ones and their allies, apart from Charmed Again (2001) which narrates the events of the two-part episode of the same name and introduces Paige Matthews as the youngest member of the coven following Prue's murder.[2] The first ten novels involve the Halliwell sisters, while the remaining thirty-three are set after the "Power of Three" is reconstituted as Piper, Phoebe, and Paige. Two novels, Seasons of the Witch (2003) and The Warren Witches (2005), are anthologies of short stories.[3][4] Writers of the series include Diana G. Gallagher and Paul Ruditis who also co-authored two volumes of the official guidebook, The Book of Three (2004; 2006).

In 2015, HarperCollins acquired the rights to publish a second series of Charmed novels from CBS Consumer Products which owns the rights to the franchise.[5] The first novel, The War on Witches, was published in May 2015 and the continuity of the narrative fits between the events of Charmed: Season 9 (2010-12) and Season 10 (2014–) of the comic book series.[6][7] It is written by Ruditis, who previously authored Season 9 and edited Season 10,[8] and details the younger Charmed Ones' reunions with both Prue and the former-demon Cole Turner following their resurrections in Season 9.

The cover of House of Shards, featuring Holly Marie Combs as Piper, Alyssa Milano as Phoebe, and Rose McGowan as Paige in front of the Halliwell Manor.

Continuity[edit]

The novels are set in the fictional "Charmed universe", alongside events of the television and comic series.[9] Although issues of continuity and canonicity are complex, writers of all officially-licensed literature on Charmed must gain studio approval on the content of the works – previously from Paramount Pictures until CBS Consumer Products acquired the rights to the franchise – in order to adhere to the conventions of the Charmed canon established by the television series.[9][10] According to Ruditis, authors of Charmed novels and comics must maintain 'the rules for playing in that universe' and '[t]he studio still has to approve the direction we take' as writers.[9] Following these 'rules', authors are given creative licence but strictly 'couldn't go and rewrite history, killing off established characters or suddenly creating romantic pairings that we'd never see on the show'.[9] Pat Shand, writer of Season 10, considers the novels and comics officially part of the Charmed canon and continuity.[7][11] According to this continuity, the novel The War on Witches (2015) is set after the final episode, "Forever Charmed" (2006), and between the events of Charmed: Season 9 and Season 10 of the comic book series.[6][7]

When depicting the character Tyler Michaels in Season 10 – a firestarter who first appeared in the fourth season episode "Lost and Bound" – Shand consulted Ruditis on the latter's representation of the character in the novel The Brewing Storm (2004) to avoid inconsistencies or 'retreading'.[12]

Simon & Schuster series (1999–2008)[edit]

No. in
series
Title Written by Release date ISBN Numbers
1 "The Power of Three" Eliza Willard November 1, 1999 9780671041625[13]
Prue, Piper and Phoebe Halliwell didn't think reading a magical incantation would really work. But it did. Now Prue can move things with her mind. Piper can freeze time, and Phoebe can see the future. They are the Charmed Ones—the most powerful of witches. But being enchanted has a price. There's a warlock who wants to steal their powers. And he'll do it any way he can—even if it means killing them.
2 "Kiss of Darkness" Brandon Alexandra February 1, 2000 9780671041632[14]
Something changed Prue Halliwell on New Year's Eve, when a stranger gave her the most passionate kiss of her life. Now Prue feels driven to kiss every man she meets. At first, Piper and Phoebe think the new Prue is fun. But when Prue grows weaker with every kiss, the Charmed Ones know that evil is at work. Now Piper and Phoebe must save their sister, but can they do it with only the Power of Two?
3 "The Crimson Spell" F. Goldsborough April 1, 2000 9780671041649[15]
Prue, Piper and Phoebe don't know that a coven of warlocks is hunting them. They don't know that one of the warlock has entered their lives disguised as a friend. And they don't know the coven's mission - to drain them of their magical powers, even if it means destroying them to do it. Now the Charmed Ones must figure out which of their friends is really their enemy. Because sometimes what you don't know - can kill you.
4 "Whispers From The Past" Rosalind Noonan June 1, 2000 0671041657[16]
Phoebe Halliwell is having a very bad day: a demon has pulled her centuries into the past. She has no way to tell her sisters she's alive, no way to get back to her own time—and the demon is trying to kill her. Back in the present, Prue and Piper are devastated at losing their sister. But that isn't their only problem. Something is wrong with them, too. Somehow, they're turning—evil. But why? And how can they stop it - without the Power of Three?
5 "Voodoo Moon" Wendy Staub August 1, 2000 0671041665[17]
The Halliwells are on vacation. It's time to party in New Orleans. But on Prue, Piper and Phoebe's first night in the Big Easy, Phoebe has a dream filled with images of strange, violent rituals under a full moon. Soon after, a new friend of Prue's disappears—on the night of the full moon. When the Charmed Ones try to find her, they are drawn into a dark world of voodoo sorcery—a powerful magic like nothing the sisters have ever seen.
6 "Haunted by Desire" Cameron Dokey October 3, 2000 0671041673[18]
Phoebe Halliwell thinks taking a college course will add some intellectual excitement to her life. And she is definitely excited when she meets Brett, a gorgeous guy in her class. Too bad he's got jealous ex-girlfriend, Wendy. When Brett and Phoebe spend time together on a class assignment, Phoebe starts to receive threatening notes. Wendy's the obvious culprit, so why does Phoebe sense that the notes are from someone else—someone with supernatural powers?
7 "The Gypsy Enchantment" Carla Jablonski April 2, 2001 0743409310[19]
Prue is in a serious funk. Her latest photo assignment for 415 is an in-depth article about the carnival cavalcade-circus acts in a tent, and a midway with games and food. Prue hates circuses, but Piper and Phoebe are up for meeting the tattooed snake-charmer, clowns, and especially Ivan, the handsome Gypsy animal trainer. But a dark sign seems to mark him, and Phoebe has a vision of Piper-strangled by a handsome stranger. Could Iva be a demon in disguise? A mysterious fire and a tragic death compel the charmed ones to use their gifts. Now it's the Power of Three against the magic of ancient Gypsy forces
8 "The Legacy of Merlin" Eloise Flood April 3, 2001 0743412362[20]
Prue lands a summer trip to England to buy medieval books for a collector, so Phoebe and Piper tag along to the quaint village of Hay-on-Why, in the heart of King Arthur country. While Piper reads how to make love charms from flowers, Phoebe meets the darkly handsome Niall. But she's shaken by a desolate vision of him on a windswept heath, holding and infant. Is Niall a warlock? Then Piper discovers a secret Druid ritual in progress, with Niall at the center of it. She freezes the group, and the Charmed Ones set out to discover Niall's secret. They learn that a local villager is in terrible danger from the Druids, and only a magical spell from centuries past can save her. The Charmed Ones are convinced that only a long journey can win against the Druids—a voyage back in time to Camelot.
9 "Soul of the Bride" Elizabeth Lenhard May 22, 2001 0743412370[21]
Prue's editor at 415 magazine offers her a challenge; if she takes a really fantastic photo, he'll run it on the cover. This could be Prue's big break—if she can come up with a killer concept. Then Prue gets the idea to shoot a group of models in the Halliwells' Victoria mansion. She'll even use an antique camera to capture the style of an old-time photo. But when Prue snaps the shutter, all the models collapse into a deathly slumber. To rescue the innocents, the Charmed Ones descend into Hades, fighting underworld perils and uncovering an unholy plot. To rescue the missing models, they must match wits with the greatest of the ancient Greek gods-and one of the sisters might not be allowed to return to her mortal life.
10 "Beware What You Wish" Diana G. Gallagher July 31, 2001 0743412389[22]
While photographing Stephen Tremaine, a wealthy businessman running for public office, Prue notices an ancient stone statue from South America. Then, the next mourning, Prue, Piper and Phoebe are disturbed by the number of tragic incidents in the news. Wishing she could foresee more calamities in order to prevent them, Phoebe suddenly gets dizzy, but the feeling passes. Soon Phoebe is having more visions than she can handle-and the sisters can't keep up with the impending accidents and disasters. Then a terrible vision sends the Halliwells to a charity carnival, where Tremaine will face his opponent. The Charmed Ones must summon the Power of Three to avert a tragedy and save San Francisco—if they can find out which disaster to stop.
11 "Charmed Again" Elizabeth Lenhard October 28, 2001 0743442644[23]
Piper and Phoebe Halliwell devastated by the loss of their big sister, Prue. But even in their grief they can't forget that they, too, are in mortal danger. The Power Of The Charmed Ones has been broken, leaving them prey to every form of evil. Even Leo, their Whitelighter, and Cole, Phoebe's Demon boyfriend, can't protect them. In frustrationj and despair, Piper casts a spell to summon a lost witch and bring back her beloved Prue. The Spell does work, but not as Piper intended. A lost witch is found - heir to a shocking Halliwell family secret. But can Piper and Phoebe persuade her to assume her powers and complete the power of three?
12 "Garden of Evil" Emma Harrison July 1, 2002 0689850778[24]
The Halliwell sisters and their honeys are enjoying a rare afternoon off from fighting evil. Even though the two couples try to keep the vibe free of romance, Paige can't help feeling like a fifth wheel. But where to find a guy who not only embodies everything she wants in a boyfriend but will also understand her witchy lifestyle? Then while saving an innocent, Paige connects -- with the girl's boyfriend, Micah. Micah seems perfect -- he's attractive and attentive, and he lives in a beautiful mansion in the hills outside San Francisco. Paige thinks he could be her Prince Charming. But the fairy tale turns sinister when he invites her into his garden -- an enchanted prison from which there is no escape and where the strongest bonds are those of love.
13 "Spirit of the Wolf" Diana G. Gallagher August 5, 2002 0743442555[25]
At a remote resort in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, a tree bursts into flames, an animal skull oozes blood, and a wolf threatens to attack, then vanishes like a ghost. The police suspect a nearly extinct Native American group that was forced off the resort's land long ago. Others blame the owners of the resort for defiling sacred tribal lands. Phoebe and Paige arrive for a pre-opening weekend and some sisterly bonding, but are soon drawn into danger by incidents both natural and unnatural. A powerful shaman holds the key to the mystery with his secret knowledge -- knowledge that is shared by the wolf haunting the land. The sisters call upon Piper, Leo, and Cole for guidance -- and summon all their powers to confront a demon as cunning as any they have ever encountered!
14 "Date With Death" Elizabeth Lenhard November 4, 2002 0689850786[26]
As Piper and Leo contemplate parenthood, and Phoebe and Cole enjoy their engagement, Paige is feeling more of a push to find a significant other. In a moment of whimsy, she signs up for an online dating service. Needless to say, she soon finds herself flooded with eager responses. Almost every night she embarks on a new date that seems to lead nowhere -- despite the fact that Paige has a perfectly good time when she's out. Or does she? Before long the sisters discover that Paige spends her "dates" in a catatonic trance -- she hasn't actually gone anywhere! Soon afterward her suitors are discovered to have committed evil acts. Paige is acting as a conduit for dark powers -- and soon she is projecting her energies onto her sisters. Will Piper and Phoebe be able to save her using only the Power of Two?
15 "Dark Vengeance" Diana G. Gallagher November 1, 2002 0689850794[27]
The Charmed Ones are feeling out of sorts. Phoebe misses Cole, who's gone away for a week of solitary reflection. Piper is overwhelmed with the responsibilities of overseeing her household, Charmed affairs, and P3, her nightclub. Paige is still adjusting to her role as a savior of innocents, and is increasingly sensitive to all levels of human pain. Soon, though, Piper is distracted by an energetic musician auditioning to play at the club, Phoebe is making a new friend in her Web design class, and Paige is meeting new people at the homeless shelter where she volunteers. But it isn't long before the girls discover that a sinister force is working against them; Phoebe's short-term memory is shot, Piper can't control her emotions, and Paige feels thoroughly exhausted. At the same time, their powers are diminished. Could their new acquaintances be connected to the threat? It's a real-life family feud -- one that could have deadly results....
16 "Shadow of the Sphinx" Carla Jablonski March 3, 2003 0689850808[28]
Paige Matthews is having a minor identity crisis. She is slowly but surely embracing her long lost sisters' witchy ways, but she doesn't want to overstep her boundaries. After all, she wouldn't ever want to replace Prue Halliwell -- even if she could. So Paige considers it a stroke of luck when, one day, her experiments with magic turn her into a cat. Who knew she had a knack for shape-shifting? One problem: She can't shift herself back. Her sisters inadvertently betray her when they deposit her at a local animal shelter. Suddenly she finds herself the familiar of a cult that worships ancient Egyptian deities, and is catapulted into ancient Egypt! Piper and Phoebe discover the identity of the stray cat and rally a rescue mission, only to discover another cat-woman, also entrapped within a fortress-like sphinx. This kitty is one feline femme fatale, and the sisters are going to have to put human heads together to defeat her!
17 "Mist and Stone" Diana G. Gallagher May 1, 2003 0689857896[29]
Paige Matthews is accustomed to the requirements of her job as a social worker, and she's willing to endure substandard pay, long hours, and emotional drain. After all, she wants to make a difference -- sometimes in a non-Charmed capacity. But she is unprepared for the anger and rage she encounters in Todd Corman, a young boy who has been bounced from caregiver to caregiver for so long that he doesn't trust authority. Still, Paige is sympathetic and determined to break through. But when Phoebe stops by the agency for a quick hello, she is rocked by a vision that involves Todd. Strangely, the vision is shrouded in fog. After some investigation, Leo explains that this particular mist has nothing to do with the weather, but rather suggests that Todd's fate may not be set in stone. Todd has been targeted, and if the Charmed Ones are going to reverse destiny, they're going to have to race against the clock!
18 "Something Wiccan This Way Comes" Emma Harrison May 6, 2003 0689855540[30]
Paige Matthews is new to the whole "Power of Three" thing, and looking to explore her powers. So when she reads of a Wiccan convention taking place just outside Las Vegas, she thinks it's a great opportunity for her and for her sisters to learn more about their witchy ways. Though the girls are all over saving innocents, they are not that heavy into Wicca practices, and Paige thinks the retreat could be enlightening. Piper and Phoebe, however, are not so sure. They're certain that while they spend their days battling honest-to-badness black magic, their so-called supernatural sisters will be nothing more than a bunch of blessed wanna-bes. Soon though, they hear of a rash of murders committed against practicing Wiccans, and making an appearance at the convention becomes top priority. But as they head for the desert campgrounds, are the Charmed Ones headed straight for disaster?
19 "Mirror Image" Jeff Mariotte July 1, 2003 068985790X[31]
Phoebe Halliwell is stunned when her latest vision involves her younger half sister, Paige. The vision reveals to her that Paige is actually an imposter who will infiltrate the Power of Three and break it apart. However, Piper is dismissive when she learns of Phoebe's concerns -- so much so that Cole and Leo end up taking sides as well. Before long, all involved are on edge. Paige senses that her sisters are acting strangely around her, so when she meets Timothy McBride, an attractive young stranger who purports to be a witch, she decides not to tell them. She wants to have something of her own, separate from her Charmed duties. Secrets are estranging the sisters from one another, and the timing isn't good. Women are turning up all over the city, dead by supernatural causes. The perpetrator may be connected to the sisters' past -- but if they can't work together, they might not be able to stop him.
20 "Seasons of the Witch Vol. 1" Laura J. Burns & Emma Harrison October 1, 2003 9780689865459[32]
Samhain: 10/31, or Halloween — traditionally a time to reflect, a time of divination, and a time to honor the ancients. But Phoebe's plans to communicate with her ancestors are cut short when she's recruited to help reunite a star-crossed, magical couple. Yule: 12/22, or the winter solstice, and the longest night of the year. And when Paige enters an all-night party at a local club, she finds herself at the center of an evil plot to bring about permanent midnight. Imbolc: 2/1, a time when the earliest hopes for spring are fostered and seeds are planted for dreams of the coming summer months. But Piper can't look toward the future — and having children with Leo — when her half-whitelighter, half-witch sister's powers are on the fritz. Is a hybrid baby destined for doom?
21 "Truth and Consequences" Cameron Dokey November 1, 2003 0689857918[33]
Cole is working late, and her sisters are having a girls' night in, so on the spur of the moment, Phoebe accepts what seems like an innocent date with a friendly stranger. But good intentions are quickly misconstrued when Cole leaves work early to surprise Phoebe -- and is stunned to find her sharing a meal with another man. Cole can't believe that Phoebe would betray him, and Phoebe can't believe Cole would even think she'd betray him. Their escalating argument quickly highlights some fundamental trust issues they each harbor. But soon they discover themselves trapped in the underworld, at the center of a lovelorn demon's plot to destroy the Power of Three. If Cole and Phoebe can't reconcile their suspicions and insecurities, there's more than their own relationship at risk!
22 "Between Worlds" Bobbi J.G. Weiss & Jacklyn Wilson November 3, 2003 0689857926[34]
The Halliwell sisters are no strangers to Halloween hijinks. But this year, the Wiccan celebration of Samhain is met with a rash of destruction throughout the city. Upon further investigation, the Charmed Ones learn that the demolished buildings they've heard about are actually melting. These sites are in fact the location of dimensional portals, and they're under attack. Piper, Phoebe, and Paige will need to secure these barriers in order to prevent all havoc from being released. But the demon working against them is no ordinary monster; it's a wraith, the product of a grief-stricken young witch seeking to resurrect her lost love. And hell hath no fury like a woman scorned....
23 "Luck Be A Lady" Scott Ciencin January 1, 2004 0689857934[35]
Phoebe Halliwell may be ready to turn over a new leaf as a single gal, but her newly redemonized ex-husband, Cole, isn't ready to let her go. Aware of a supernatural plot against the Charmed Ones, Cole keeps watch over Phoebe, and intercedes at the moment of battle, only to accidentally create a rip in time. Cole disappears to WWII-era Hollywood -- and brings the sisters with him! While the Charmed Ones are no strangers to extreme circumstances, what they didn't anticipate was a demonic stronghold shaking down local businesses. To infiltrate the evil underground, Paige poses as a young starlet, working an entirely different kind of magic before the camera. Meanwhile, Piper is tempted to seek out Leo -- in this world, he's still human -- and Phoebe is at her wits' end contending with Cole. But a demon henchman is working the black magic mojo on Paige, and if the sisters don't focus, before long they'll find themselves completely out of luck!
24 "Inherit the Witch" Laura J. Burns March 1, 2004 0689867085[36]
As the Charmed Ones know, it's difficult to adjust to the ideas of having powers and saving innocents -- that's one of the reasons that their Grams bound their powers until the sisters were ready to receive them. In fact, many witch clans keep the powers of their young dormant until the recipient of the power reaches a certain age. In Juliana O'Farrell's clan, that age is thirteen -- the exact age of her daughter, Lily. By the day after her thirteenth birthday, though, Lily's powers haven't manifested, and Juliana's worried that a demon may have stripped her daughter's magic. Enter the Halliwell sisters. But Lily's too much of a typical teen to welcome witch chaperones. She'd much rather sneak out to hang with her rebellious friend, Drew. Could Drew's bad behavior be related to Lily's missing magic? It's going to take the Power of Three to get to the bottom of this adolescent angst!
25 "A Tale of Two Pipers" Emma Harrison June 6, 2004 0689868502[37]
Too much work and no time for play have made Piper a major stress case. When a seemingly harmless wish comes true, creating two Pipers, it looks like the problem's solved. Two Pipers can do twice as much work, leaving one Piper to party the night away and the other to finally have time to relax. While one Piper's home baking, the other can give an interview. Two Pipers? Too perfect. But soon it becomes clear that two heads -- and bodies -- are not always better than one. When Darklighters kidnap Leo and hold him hostage in exchange for the Charmed Ones' powers, one of the Pipers doesn't even seem to care. And then both Pipers' powers fade, leaving them useless and sick. Phoebe and Paige scramble to find a reversal spell, but without Leo's help, and with Piper split in two, will the Power of Three become powerless?
26 "The Brewing Storm" Paul Ruditis July 6, 2004 0689872739[38]
On hearing about a brewing storm, the sisters are not surprised to discover that a series of freak weather patterns is a harbinger of danger. Piper, Paige and Phoebe learn that the key to preventing this mass destruction may lie in the hands of a young, troubled firestarter who's on the run. If they want to avert the natural disaster, the Charmed Ones are going to have to go straight to the supernatural source.
27 "Survival of the Fittest" Jeff Mariotte August 31, 2004 0689868529[39]
A series of UFO abductions sweeps San Francisco, leaving its victims unchanged except for a new appreciation of fitness guru Meg Winship's workout regimen, a situation that becomes complicated when Piper begins working out to the WInship Way.
28 "Pied Piper" Debbie Viguié December 6, 2004 0689868537[40]
At first Piper thinks it's just a coincidence that she's seeing kids everywhere; since she and Leo have been talking about starting a family, she thinks she's just noticing them more. But then the kids start showing up on the Charmed Ones' front porch and coming into the house uninvited. No matter where Piper dispatches them, they're right back at Halliwell Manor minutes later. And they seem to be forming an orchestra. No one will listen to Piper, or obey her, or even give her a moment alone. Piper starts to wonder if she and Leo can handle starting a family. While Piper's contemplating diaper rash, Phoebe finds out about a rash of disappearances in San Francisco. Musicians have vanished all over the city, and they were all candidates to conduct a youth symphony. So how has Paige's new love managed to stick around long enough to be the symphony leader? And how does band practice at the Manor fit in with all of this? The Charmed Ones smell a rat, but can they lead all of their Innocents out of danger before the final note is played?
29 "Mystic Knoll" Diana G. Gallagher January 25, 2005 0689868545[41]
The sisters decide to stay at an inn when on vacation, and the innkeepers are not exactly normal.
30 "Changeling Places" Micol Ostow March 22, 2005 0689878524[42]
Babies are being switched all over town with exact replicas, including Wyatt.
31 "The Warren Witches" Laura J. Burns, Micol Ostow, Greg Elliot,
Paul Ruditis, Erica Pass, Cameron Dokey & Diana G. Gallagher
May 25, 2005 9780689878763[43]
The most important thing in the Charmed Ones' lives isn't magic, and it's not their jobs or their clothes. It's family. Piper, Phoebe, and Paige are Warren witches — the latest in a long line of women with incredible supernatural strength. For more than two centuries, the Warren witches have fearlessly practiced magic: From Melinda Warren in the 1600s to the Charmed Ones in 2005, the power of these witches is unsurpassed. The Warren Witches recounts never-before-told stories of their lives — as women, as witches, and, most important, as members of a family of considerable magical strength and power. Above all, they are family; beyond all, they are witches.
32 "The Queen's Curse" Emma Harrison July 26, 2005 9781416900245[44]
Paige meets her Prince Charming; the thing is, he really is a Prince and he's already engaged.
33 "Picture Perfect" Cameron Dokey September 27, 2005 9781416900252[45]
Phoebe visits the opening of a building from the 1920s.
34 "Demon Doppelgangers" Greg Elliot November 22, 2005 9781416900269[46]
While Paige is working at a museum, one of the exhibits, an ancient "dragon's egg", hatches, releasing a hydra demon.
35 "Hurricane Hex" Diana G. Gallagher February 7, 2006 9781416914679[47]
While on vacation, the sister's find their hostess is practicing folk magic.
36 "As Puck Would Have It" Paul Ruditis April 11, 2006 9781416914686[48]
The mythological trouble-maker Puck is causing havoc, and the Charmed Ones need to find an unknown Innocent.
37 "Sweet Talkin' Demon" Laura J. Burns May 9, 2006 9781416914693[49]
Phoebe has met the perfect guy, but he seems to be a puppet for evil. Question is, who is pulling the strings?
38 "Light of the World" Scott Ciencin August 1, 2006 9781416914709[50]
Piper and Phoebe's old childhood friend is getting married.
39 "House of Shards" Micol Ostow October 24, 2006 9781416925316[51]
The Halliwell Manor turns on the sisters, and they need to figure out what is happening before their home vanquishes them.
40 "Phoebe Who?" Emma Harrison December 26, 2006 9781416925323[52]
Phoebe is having trouble remembering who she is.
41 "High Spirits" Scott Ciencin April 24, 2007 9781416936688[53]
The sisters visit Hollywood for a party hosted by Paige's old flame, who happens to live in a haunted house.
42 "Leo Rising" Paul Ruditis August 28, 2007 9781416936695[54]
Leo calls a spell from the Book of Shadows that calls the future Wyatt and Chris to the present, to get his wife and her sisters back from an evil working for Zankou.
43 "Trickery Treat" Diana G. Gallagher January 1, 2008 9781416936701[55]
A vengeful ghost has some unfinished business with a female Ghost Hunter on Halloween. Can the Charmed Ones protect their innocent?

HarperCollins series (2015–)[edit]

No. in
series
Title Written by Release date ISBN Numbers
1 "The War on Witches" Paul Ruditis May 26, 2015 9781443445979
Set after the events of both the final episode of the television series, and the final print issue of Charmed: Season 9, the narrative details the reunion of the younger Charmed Ones, Piper, Phoebe, and Paige, with their oldest sister, Prue, who was killed at the end of the third season. Creating an alliance with the newly-resurrected former-demon Cole Turner, Phoebe's former husband, the four Charmed Ones use the Power of Three to protect witches from a witch hunt in modern day San Francisco.

Guidebooks[edit]

Two volumes of the officially-licensed guidebook, The Book of Three, have also been published by Simon & Schuster.

No. in
series
Title Written by Release date ISBN Numbers
1 "The Book of Three, Volume 1" Paul Ruditis and Diana G. Gallagher May 4, 2004 0689867093[56]
When Phoebe Halliwell returned to San Francisco to live with her older sisters, Prue and Piper, in Halliwell Manor, she had no idea how much her life - all of their lives - would change. Because when Phoebe found the Book of Shadows in the manor's attic, she learned that she and her sisters were the Charmed Ones, the most powerful witches of all time. Battling demons, warlocks, and countless evil spirits, Piper and Phoebe lost Prue but discovered half-witch, half-Whitelighter Paige Matthews, the sister they never knew. The Power of Three was reborn. Now go behind the scenes on television's sexiest supernatural thriller with The Book of Three, the first fully authorized companion to Charmed.
2 "The Book of Three, Volume 2" Paul Ruditis, Diana G. Gallagher, and Phyllis Ungerleider November 28, 2006 978-1416925309[57]
Three sister witches. Two magical sons. One evil ex-husband. Countless demons, baddies, and all-around evildoers vanquished. It all adds up to eight seasons of Charmed, the witchy, wonderful hit television show from Aaron Spelling. This, the second volume of the only authorized companion guide to Charmed, contains everything you need to know about the sexiest supernatural show of all time. Covering seasons six, seven, and eight, the final season, Volume 2 lets you inside the enchanted world of Phoebe, Paige and Piper!

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Charmed Again (Charmed)". Amazon.com. Retrieved September 7, 2014. 
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  4. ^ "The Warren Witches". Barnesandnoble.com. Retrieved September 7, 2014. 
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  7. ^ a b c Shand, Pat (2 May 2015). "The new novel, like the comics, is in continuity, so nothing will be contradicted!". Tumblr. Retrieved 13 May 2015. The new novel, like the comics, is in continuity, so nothing will be contradicted! There is a bunch of room to work with between the two comic seasons... 
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