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Secrets of the Magic Ring by Karen McQuestion
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Mar 23, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: children, magic, reviewed
Read in December, 2011

originally appeared on:Bookshelf Confessions
A nice book not just for children but also for young adults, and as one, I enjoyed it a lot..

The words are conversational and the descriptions are vivid….the illustrations also help to guide the readers , especially it would be really attractive for children…

My 12-year-old sister actually finished the book first than me, and I have to read it, since she’s claiming the story is awesome and a must-read… Well, she’s right, I easily find myself engrossed and enjoying the story so well..

I won’t say that the story is unique since I believe that there are wishes and grants that could gone awry..sometimes what you meant for good, would turn out to be bad…and sometimes it’s better to be contented… that said but there’s something in this book that would make you want to consider the former notions…

Maybe the book is quite funny… the events are ever-flowing, and there’s no boring part… the story also kept some mysteries…and it’s good that Ms. McQuestion dropped out hints of these mysteries… it would make you think, be shocked and smile..

I also love the addition of faeries in the story, it makes you see another world of magic although of course their help are hidden from humans and beside the fae world also have their own story to tell…

I enjoyed the friendship, the magic, the dog :)….and the ending…expected but still unbelievable..:)..


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