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- Publication Date: July 19, 2017
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Meanwhile the Witch Squad is facing the fact that Sweets is considering dropping out of school permanently in order to run the bakery for Mr. Bailey. Between panicking and supporting Sweets, the others face the fact things are changing.
When Mr. Bailey and Char return, the party is a success in spite of Louis. Everyone seems to have a wonderful time and the bride and groom leave as the party winds down and the Witch Squad stays to clean up. It isn't until Sweets gets called back for a forgotten food delivery that she makes a tragic discovery inside the freezer. And thus another unexplained death for the Witch Squad to investigate.
In spite of a crime being committed, this is a very funny book and an enjoyable read. The characters are like old friends, and it's the squad against the school management or Sorcerous Stone (Jax's mother.) Relatives who aren't usually in town, the scary 3rd floor of the library at school, a surprise tour of the Stone family castle, and taking care of Char's dog all add up to sometimes scary but often funny experiences the girls must get through to accomplish their plans for solving the latest mystery.
As with most series, the content is better when you have read previous books. Therefore I recommend you start at the beginning of the series and read them in order. You will understand who the various characters are and how they fit together. Just make sure you don't miss this book because it ties up some loose ends besides being a good mystery with an ending I didn't see coming!
There are only two authors where I “had” to get their next book, in a series, over and over. They are James Patterson and his Detective Cross books and Janet Evonvich’s Stephanie Plum books. Now I have a third favorite author M. Z. Andrews.
“Witch School Dropout” seemed to start off a bit slow. The Witch Squad had matured and there wasn’t as much bickering. However, this doesn’t mean they were too old to stay out, of trouble. The girls wanted to help and their spell was ill conceived and I am pretty sure they should have known better. After all they were witches, brought up among witches, and even I know there are certain things you DO NOT do (of course, I’ve read a lot of witchy stuff).
It is really hard writing a review for this book, without giving anything away. I will say the book picks up and it is amazing how M.Z. Andrews spins a tale bringing everything together with a ka-pow ending!
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I highly recommend this series.