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Some Practical Magic Paperback – July 29, 2004
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Anyway, the book was wonderful. I adored the homage and references to the Bewitched series without duplicating it in the story. I really liked Cassie, Mitch, Endora and Medusa. I am glad that the author did not spin the story to include Medusa disliking Mitch. That would have been trite. There's just enough action to balance thing out but I liked that the sory focused more on the romance.
I highly recommend this book to readers who enjoy a delightful Romance with mystery, magic, action, humor and "tasty bits."
Buy it, Read it; Enjoy!!!
The FBI discovers there is a serial killer copycatting Kazimer's book plots who is now stalking the tour. They plan a trap which backfires and will lead to both authors' deaths without the aid of magic and love.
SOME PRACTICAL MAGIC is a suspenseful but humorous witch story with 'shades' of the BEWITCHED TV sitcom to add to reading pleasure. The look at the serial killer is vivid but not overwhelming which I appreciated as this is a romance rather than horror. The secondary 'witchy' characters add spice and humor to lighten the serious side
of the story. Medusa, Cassie's match-making mother 'pops in'
occasionally with friends and advice. Endora, the cat familiar is never short on advice and also works as Cassie's publicist on the tour.
Besides looking out for a serial killer, the main characters are looking within at relationships and what they will do with their life after the tour. Although expressed typically, the serious aspects are not overwhelmed by the humor. I would recommend this book to anyone wishing a satisfying romantic adventure.
Reviewed by Cy Korte
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