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by Stephanie Burgis
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Saturdays in Books
Saturdays in Books rated it 7 years ago
I could have sworn I had already written a review for this, but apparently I didn't. This is brilliant fun with a layer of terror I'm not sure younger readers will get. There's action and adventure as Kat learns new magic powers and her sister enacts the worst plot ever. And at the same time, t...
Jessica (HDB)
Jessica (HDB) rated it 8 years ago
Oh, Kat Stephenson! To say this girl is incorrigible is spot on and, quite honestly, the reason I fell in love with her character the first time around. She's back in a big way in Renegade Magic. Kat's sister is finally marrying the man she loves and Kat herself finally has a slight hold over her po...
A Sea of Stars
A Sea of Stars rated it 8 years ago
A terribly cute sequel that garners almost as much enjoyment as the first one, [b:Kat, Incorrigible|6609744|Kat, Incorrigible (Kat Incorrigible, #1)|Stephanie Burgis|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1348200525s/6609744.jpg|6629179].
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it 9 years ago
I love this series! Middle-grade historical fantasy, set in Regency England. Third book soon!
Bibliophilic Monologues
Bibliophilic Monologues rated it 9 years ago
The second installment in the delightfully frothy series packs a punch. While I did not like it as much as I did its predecessor, I still found the novel effervescent and full of riotous happenings. Kat shows a bit more maturity in the sophomore novel which is always a welcome indication that she is...
kathymartin9237
kathymartin9237 rated it 9 years ago
The second adventure of Kat Stephenson was a marvelous and magical as the first. The story begins at her oldest sister Elissa's wedding which is interrupted by Mrs. Carlyle, Frederick's mother, who is determined that her son not marry into the disreputable Stephenson family. Unfortunately, she is mi...
debzbookshelf
debzbookshelf rated it 9 years ago
Such a wonderful sequel to the fully original Kat, Incorrigible. After the fiasco that happens at sister Elissa’s wedding, Kat and her family take a trip to Bath. There Kat discovers that the Roman Baths are more than what they seem, with a magical and dangerous secret waiting to be uncovered.While ...
Hall of Records
Hall of Records rated it 9 years ago
Now that I knew what to really expect from Burgis’ novels, A Tangle of Magicks was a much more enjoyable reading experience than A Most Improper Magick. Things still happen too quickly and a number of issues are left unexplained, but it’s fun to see Kat save the day and (almost) every one of the nov...
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