Title: September, October, Novemer
Series: Magic High School Book 1-3
Author’s Name: Deirdre Riordan Hall
Page Count: 186 Pages
Author or Book Website: www.deirdreriordanhall.com
Link to Amazon purchase page: September, October, November
Link to Goodreads: September, October, November
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Mystery, mayhem, and a teen witch out to uncover a sinister plot to take over the magical world and drive magicals apart forever.
Maija Wessels, a high school junior, is confident, clever, and insightful. She hangs out at the beach with her besties and loves S’mores.
She’s also a witch. A wish witch to be exact.
At least, that’s what the Certified Witch Caretakers tell her when they show up with a letter of admission from Applemoor Academy for the Magically Talented.
The boarding school recently opened its doors to all magical beings: unicorns, elves, vampires, and more. However, not everything is rainbows, apple pie, and sparkly magic. There are boys too: the mysterious and brooding JJ who appears after she sees her name in the stars. Then Bobby Gold whose smile could melt any girls’ heart.
As she tries to balance her old life with her newfound abilities (not to mention the homework and spellwork), tension among the magical beings on campus mounts. Gathered in the cemetery during the All Hallows Eve ritual, chaos erupts, releasing soul snatchers onto campus. It turns out they’re after Maija. The last person she expects rescues her and the headmaster insists she and her nemesis work together to keep her rare magic safe.
Also, everyone keeps saying she looks exactly like Imogen Hawkes, the subject of the last great prophecy—and those are pointy shoes to fill. Meanwhile, she’s just trying to get through the day without turning anyone into a toad.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I think this school is cool and that she is a wish witch. I got the impression that she is normal teenager and has the normal teen things on her mind like classes and a guy. It seems to jump right in to her classes and giving information on the school and other character. IT is a good start for this series.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars