- File Size: 3536 KB
- Print Length: 148 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (June 20, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 20, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01HE2DRLU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #192,089 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Magic and Mayhem: How To Train A Witch (Kindle Worlds Novella) (Baba Yaga Saga Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I found this book on one of my "Amazon... we recommend these books..." email I get at least once a day.
I read two of your books in the Nano Wolves series, and two in the Cyborgs: Mankind Redefined series. I liked them very much as well, and now I'm going to read "Magic, New Mexico: Tangling with Topper" because your approach to "witches" and "magic" is very well thought out, well written and well explained to your readers (without too much explanation) and with characters who have extremely funny dialog.
I gotta say, I was hesitant to buy it, and before I even got that far, I looked up Robyn Peterman's "Magic and Mayhem" Kindle World page, and though I read the summaries of her books, and several other authors as well, I was a little bit daunted by the price of books by an author I have not read yet in a sub-genre that I'm not usually all that interested in reading.
So, I looked through her Amazon page and bought a different, albeit cheaper, book to read first: "Ready to Were: Shift Happens Series Book One" and I found her writing funny, entertaining and laugh-out-loud engaging — my husband was somewhat annoyed that I read the funniest excerpts out loud to him, though. He didn't find it funny. Maybe because he only heard the disjointed sections I brayed out through laughs and loud chuckles? Whatever.
I figured since Robyn's praise of your ability on the subject of "magic and mayhem" was worthy of such regard, that I needed to read your contribution to "Magic and Mayhem" ... and here we are.
I laughed a lot — out load — reading your book, but by the time I got to those bits, my husband had retired to another room with "Kings and Queens of England." No more snide remarks from the peanut gallery.
At the end of the book, you promised that Robyn would "...browbeat me to make sure it happens..." with regards to writing another book in the series.
Although I don't approve of such behavior toward other smart, thinking, human beings with feelings and generous natures, I hope you will write more books in the "Baba Yaga Saga" because as an avid reader, I now want more too!
In How TO Train A Witch, you see Hildy and Carol as young witches just starting out. Jezibaba (I'd put her as 2nd in command) is in charge of protecting these two possible witches that may one day replace her in keeping the balance of the world. She meets the headmaster of the school Professor "Hottie" (yep, I agree with that statement!!). Along the way there are battles, snarky statements, of course love, a discovered hidden past, true love found, and laughter!
Quick enjoyable read!
I'm not one to get into the Kindle Worlds books because they are generally very short and add up $$$wise. But this one was so cute I couldn't resist. The only thing I would like to know is, where in the Paris, TX timeframe does this land?
I love Hildy and Carole as little girls. Their spunk and innocence is refreshing.
I love Damien and Eleanora's story and can't wait to read the next one!
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