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Majix by Douglas Rees
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Oct 27, 10

This is VERY refreshing: a book about a Wiccan teenager that is honest, realistic, and only supernatural in a way that any book about spirituality is. And that's what this is -- a book about spirituality, about discovering what you believe and finding people who can help you find your path, about coming up against people who think you're wrong and try to convince you to believe what THEY believe.

This is also a book about being a teenager, feeling like an outcast, moving to a new home, loving and hating your family at the same time.

This isn't a book for someone who's looking for the next Twilight. It's really, really not. But it might be the perfect book for a teen exploring a different path, or one who is looking for something that reflects nontraditional religious choices.

Read an ARC through NetGalley -- Thanks, NetGalley and Harlequin!

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