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Wizard Girl (Daughter of Magic Book 2)

4.67  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Girls can’t become wizards, but Luskell aims to do it anyway. She leaves the city on her quest ... with a murderer close behind. Now she must repair damaged friendships and trust an unexpected ally if she's going to stop the killer before he strikes again.

While an epidemic rages and a strangler stalks the streets of the city, Luskell trains and works as a healer, but she a
Kindle Edition, 449 pages
Published July 23rd 2019 by Not a Pipe Publishing
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Esther Rabbit
Aug 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
THE strongest ever possible sequel! It was funny, engaging and if possible, the world of magic evolved to a sublime reality for Luskell and her growing group of friends. I was excited to see a more confident (but still learning) main character on her own personal yellow brick road to personal (and professional) growth. I’ve sided so much with her that I was actually able to understand some of her more controversial choices and the reasons behind. Simply beautiful & recommendable for all YA r ...more
Karen Eisenbrey
Aug 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I wrote it, so I'm extremely biased, but I love how this book turned out. There's more magic than in book 1, as well as more action and romance. And growing up. Protagonist Luskell is getting control of her magical ability and dabbling her toes in adulthood: working a responsible job even though it doesn't suit her, choosing a vocation (and crossing boundaries to do it), exploring her own desires (inadvertently damaging her most valued friendships in the process). She wants to do the right thing ...more
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Karen Eisenbrey lives in Seattle, WA, where she leads a quiet, orderly life and invents stories to make up for it. Although she intended to be a writer from an early age, until her mid-30s she had nothing to say. A little bit of free time and a vivid dream about a wizard changed all that. Karen writes fantasy and science fiction novels, as well as short fiction in a variety of genres and the occas ...more