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Majix: Notes from a Serious Teen Witch - Community Reviews back

by Douglas Rees
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Books With Bite
Books With Bite rated it 9 years ago
This is a book about finding yourself. Kestral is an abnormal girl. She never quite fits in. She befriends a girl who is a witch and becomes one also. During this time, Kestral aka Susan, causes a lot of grief for her parents. Her dad especially. Her dad doesn't understand her. Instead of understand...
Jessica (HDB)
Jessica (HDB) rated it 9 years ago
Going into this book I knew that Kestrel (a.k.a Susan) would be one of those characters that tends to see the negative side of things, and therefore ends up sounding whiny. The synopsis showed me this before I even had a chance to open the book. Let it be known that this generally puts me off a book...
Reading Angel
Reading Angel rated it 9 years ago
Majix is the engaging journey of a teen girl. She's being forced out of her home and into the home of an aunt she never met before. She's angry and frustrated, and tries to use her magic to get revenge. But through-out her journey in this new city, she will soon discover that the universe has ano...
Parajunkee
Parajunkee rated it 9 years ago
Delightfully entertaining young adult novel that tackles some touchy subjects, while still maintaining a light and creatively spun vibe. Majix is perfect for young teens, trying to find themselves, in what can usually be a very tough universe. Witty, snarky and playfully touching, Majix: Notes from...
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