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The Irish Wizard

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Genre: Children's Urban Fantasy.
Word Count: 24014
Thirteen-year-old Hailey spends far too much time following her older brother, Lachlan, into trouble. When her entire world changes she thinks at first it's something Lachlan has caused. But surely magic is beyond him, even though he's always wanted to be a wizard.
This story was written by an Australian author using Austr
Kindle Edition, 142 pages
Published July 18th 2015 by Broken Gate Publishing
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Sep 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This is an incredibly sweet and funny magical tale. I love it so much because family is at it's heart: Hailey and Lachlan aren't alone as their parents are in the same boat too (although they try and keep some normality). I was intrigued as to how Hailey got dragged into her brother's schemes, which somehow worked out after a whole load of issues including him being turned into a frog (I can't forget the scene where turns human again).

I love how sneaky Lachlan is, it's like he's taken a degree
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