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Magische Töchter - Justine Larbalestier, Kattrin Stier
Magische Töchter
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3.67 15
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783570303696 (3570303691)
ASIN: 3570303691
Publisher: Piper
Pages no: 316
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Magic or Madness (#1)
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Confessions of a Bibliophile
Confessions of a Bibliophile rated it
3.0 Magic or Madness (Magic or Madness Trilogy Series #1)
So, I hadn’t heard much about the Magic Lessons trilogy until after I had initially read Liar—up until then, my only experience with Justine Larbalestier’s work was reading How to Ditch Your Fairy and giving up partway through because while that book had a cool idea, the concept was clearly not that...
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it
I liked this though I found the first half rather tedious and boring. Not exactly world building but dysfunctional family dynamics. It finally livened up once Reason got to NYC. Then it was a roller coaster ride of fun and fear. I definitely want to know more about Reason and her magic schooling...
Jolene rated it
I should have loved this book, but I could barley finish it :( To be honest, I'm upset I wasted a night of my life reading it. I felt like I was stuck in a bad YA version of Blue Clues. The author kept repeating the same things over, and over, and over again. The characters were flat and I didn't fe...
Bibliophilic Monologues
Bibliophilic Monologues rated it
5.0 Magic or Madness (Magic or Madness Trilogy (Paperback))
There are lots of books out there that deal with magic and madness and sometimes both of them together. What makes Larbalestier's book so different are her characters. When I first started reading the book and "met" Reason for the first time, I thought her as very young and very naive. In fact, ther...
Kaethe rated it
5.0 Magic or Madness (Magic or Madness Trilogy Series #1)
A clever set-up, interesting characters, darkness, overtones of serious issues, but also that sense of wonder. And as much as I love my faux-Edwardian and faux-Victorian settings, I love the modern, urban fantasy setting, too. Just a crazy enjoyable read, and I can't wait to read the next two.
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