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Ordinary Magic by Caitlen Rubino-Bradway
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May 20, 2012

it was amazing

Imagine a world where muggles are the exception and not the rule!

12 year old Abby lives in a world where having magical ability is normal. Without it, you are labeled an 'ord'. An Ordinary person. Lower class. Abby's siblings are all older and very proficient with magic, but when she is tested...nothing...zip...no magic ability at all. Bad news for Abby. Some kids are shunned by their families if they aren't magical, imagine that?

Abby is sent to a school where she can learn to get by and function is a magical world without magic. Unfortunately for her, she is in danger. Treasure hunters try to kidnap Ord kids because they are immune to magical charms. They can get past the magical dangers.

What a fun book! Great scenes both with and without magic. It has both a modern and an old world feel about it. Abby is a great character.

This is an amazing middle grade novel that will be loved by fans of magic and Harry Potter.
5 stars
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