Majix: Notes from a Serious Teen Witch Book Review

Majix: Notes from a Serious Teen Witch
Author: Douglas Rees
Pages: 192 pgs
Reading Level: YA

My Stars: 3 Stars

This is a fun summer read for the YA lovers. This is a very simple funny, entertaining read. You get to meet Kestrel the main character. This is the first Diary type book Ive read and it didn't disappoint. I think you will find the story line very Sweet! As far as the majix, you will be guessing if she really has it or if this just happen to work out and it seems like she has majix.

Synopsis: Kestrel (don't call her Susan) Murphy is angry. Forced to leave her posh San Francisco Bay Area home by her father's illness, she's living in Jurupa (sounds like vomiting), Southern California. It's too hot. The people are stupid. And you have to chew the air to get the oxygen out of it. On the plus side, Kestrel is a witch. Well, a witch-in-training. And she's going acquire the magic she needs to get her life back to normal. At first, she barely notices the people around her-Aunt Ariel, who's taken her in and is herself a well-known white witch; Jose Iturrigaray, the quiet, talented young artist; Blake Cump, troublemaker extraordinaire; Laura Greenwood, who wants to be Kestrel's friend. But life has its own magic, and gradually Kestrel finds that much of one's success as a witch lies in being open to it

A big Thanks to Net Galley and Harlequin for lending me the Ebook.

1 comment:

  1. This sounds awesome. I like books that are set up like diaries.


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