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    Spell Book & Scandal

    Spell Book & Scandal is the first book in a new series by Jen McConnel. We focus on fifteen year old Shelby, a scribe in a family of magic users. Her older sister is a caster, and coming up for an important set of magical exams. A caster has to have a scribe, but Shelby's spells don't work very well, so Christina is getting them elsewhere. Throw in young love, mean girls, spell battles, and an out of body experience, and you are in for a very interesting read. I have to be honest, Shelby didn't do much to entice me to her as a main character. Mainly because she is throwing herself a pity party so big, she doesn't see what is going on around her. She manages to upset her best friend, her family, and doesn't really have many friends at all. She is a whiny character that has a lot of growing up to do, which is when it's good to remember this is a Young Adult book! It is only towards the end, when she and Christina start working together, that she redeemed herself a bit. She still has some work to do, but she became a better character (in my eyes). This book is excellently written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow. The scenes flowed, and the characters all had their own foibles and quirks. Ending on a slight cliffhanger, this was an enjoyable book that I would recommend. *A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
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