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- ASIN : B087N2CCNQ
- Publisher : Dead River Books, LLC (May 19, 2020)
- Publication date : May 19, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3614 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 322 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1624210864
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #393,218 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This story was a little different than the typical teen witch stories that I’ve read before. First of all, Lenny’s powers work in a unique way: she has a magical key that unlocks her spell cabinet full of herbs and other ingredients she can use to cast spells. There is little that Lenny can do if she doesn’t have the right ingredients prepared and on hand when danger happens. So although she may know how to do several kinds of magic, sometimes she gets caught and has to scramble in an emergency.
Second, while many teen stories in general will have the young character or group of teens going off on their own to save the day (because the adults are dead, don’t care, evil, or otherwise not available), Lenny actually teams up with more experienced witches to help her save her friends. Her Uncle Martin is supportive from the beginning and later more adult characters arrive to join the effort. But this doesn’t make Lenny a secondary character or downplay her own involvement in the final struggle. It was refreshing to see how a young, inexperienced character could get help without sacrificing their agency.
I enjoyed the exciting story and fast-paced action, along with the unique world-building, and I’d love to read more in this world. I think the author might be planning to continue this as a series so I’m looking forward to more about Lenny and Kai.
If you like teen witch stories that take place in small towns and young protagonists who don’t mind letting adults share in the adventure, I highly recommend this book.
A witty, impulsive and slightly naive heroine.
Mysterious, handsome love interest.
A Great Uncle keeping secrets that you just have to learn.
A unique magic system.
And a mystery that you just can't stop reading until you find out how it ends.
Sarra has come up with another wonderful witch story.
This is the story of a teenage witch recently orphaned living with her great uncle. Girls have gone missing in town. She wants to find and save them if she can and prevent becoming a victim herself.
I like that while imperfect and relatable she has healthy relationships with her uncle and boy of interest. She is willing to learn and works with others. There are twists, cupcakes and a magic system that makes me want more books in this world.