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Norma Jean's School of Witchery: Book One: Jewel Kindle Edition
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Jewel soon makes friends with a few classmates while trying to hide her full potential and her more unique gift of seeing actions before they occur. It has been many years since I have read a witch story but this one was filled with mystery and has plenty of action. Highly recommended.
Jewel was a reflective and sensitive young woman, which did not take away from her ability to kick butt. Of course, when your current family unit consists of Jade Smith, London Jane, and Jill, the Winter Queen of Faerie, (from Jade - book 1 and Jane - book 2 of the Three J'amigos book series) kicking butt is to be expected and so is being true to yourself. Jewel has lost a lot, but her new family knows something great lies within their new charge, even though none of them seem to know exactly how that will evolve or impact her future. Jewel starts school at Norma Jean's School of Witchery a place to hone her skills and her magic, although the magic part doesn't seem to come as easily as kicking butt. Jade, Jane, and Jill want everyone at school to know the family from which Jewel hails and they make a showing of it on her first day. One would think that this would make her life easier, but with her magic abilities sputtering, her first day is full of ridicule. Jewel shows her heart though, as the friends she makes are amazing, accepting, talented and not the most popular.
The secrets that Jewel begins to learn about herself, along with those things about her abilities that her family believes she should keep quiet begin to grow in numbers. Now she is keeping things from the family she has trusted, as well as the new group of friends that may have inadvertently helped her unlock something dangerous, but I digress. I don’t want to give anything too juicy away.
Jewel is a strong and worthy female lead. This is the kind of character young readers should be reading about. I love to see a female character that is so able to take care of herself both physically and mentally. Beyond that, what Montague has created is a story that is enthralling, it sucks you in and doesn’t let go until you turn the last page and even then it leaves you hungry for more.
Rose takes you to a world of magic, and action. You won't want to put this one down. This book is easily a 5 star book. You won't be disappointed.
I loved this book completely through. I found the characters very easy to connect with, and at the same time felt like I was in their shoes. The characters also made me feel like I had a best friend. It is not often that I can find a book that I can actually come to the point of sadness of feeling like I am loosing a friend just by putting the book down. Hence the reason I could not put the book down.
That being said I would recommend this book to ages 15 and up, and to anyone looking for an action packed no nonsense amazing paranormal read.