The Magic Misfits (Magic Misfits, #1)
From beloved award-winning actor, Neil Patrick Harris, comes the magical first book in a new series with plenty of tricks up its sleeve.When street magician Carter runs away, he never expects to find friends and magic in a sleepy New England town. But like any good trick, things change instantly as greedy B.B. Bosso and his crew of crooked carnies arrive to steal anything and everything they can get their sticky fingers on.After a fateful encounter with the local purveyor of illusion, Dante Vernon, Carter teams up with five other like-minded kids. Together, using both teamwork and magic, they'll set out to save the town of Mineral Wells from Bosso's villainous clutches. These six Magic Misfits will soon discover adventure, friendship, and their own self-worth in this delightful new series.

The Magic Misfits (Magic Misfits, #1) Details

TitleThe Magic Misfits (Magic Misfits, #1)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 21st, 2017
PublisherLittle, Brown Books for Young Readers
Rating
GenreChildrens, Middle Grade, Fantasy, Fiction

The Magic Misfits (Magic Misfits, #1) Review

  • Lola Reviewer
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 stars.Well this was cute.It’s about Carter, a little boy whose parents disappeared a while ago, leaving him with an arrogant and egocentric uncle who uses him to steal from people.Carter himself does not steal, because he believes in earning honest money even at his young age, but he is by association stealing nonetheless. At the same time, his uncle forces him to do his magic tricks that beguile people while he himself pickpockets the spectators.Until one day Carter has had enough and decid 3.5 stars.Well this was cute.It’s about Carter, a little boy whose parents disappeared a while ago, leaving him with an arrogant and egocentric uncle who uses him to steal from people.Carter himself does not steal, because he believes in earning honest money even at his young age, but he is by association stealing nonetheless. At the same time, his uncle forces him to do his magic tricks that beguile people while he himself pickpockets the spectators.Until one day Carter has had enough and decides to leave town. Where he goes, he meets young magicians who welcome him in their group. Together, they want to expose a villainous magician reminiscent of Carter’s uncle.Carter is a sweetheart. I have a soft spot for orphans, having lost a parent myself. He is a good hero for a middle grade series, because he is relatable, courageous and has a strong sense of what is right versus what is wrong.The story itself is fast-paced and contains adventure as well as quite a lot of magic, the characters having different magical abilities, or so it would seem. While there is no ‘‘real’’ magic, it often feels that way, because of how much Carter’s new friends believe in it. Unfortunately, most of the characters are one-dimensional. While they are ‘’nice,’’ and pleasant to read about, they are not unique. Not much sets them apart from other characters I have read about, except for their magical abilities and almost all of their voices sound similar. Even Carter’s voice is not very loud, seeing that the narrator’s presence is felt at all times. Maybe some will like that, given that it *is* Neil Patrick Harris’ voice heard through the narration, but personally I find that when the narrator’s presence is more important than the one of the hero/heroine, there is a problem.Would still recommend for *young* readers. It’s a very entertaining story that I had no trouble finishing in a single day. It’s short and fast-paced, and while it’s true the characters need more depth and a stronger voice, at least they are relatable and a positive influence on middle grade readers. Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google+ | Bloglovin’
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  • Marianne W
    January 1, 1970
    Sooo, this is Six of Crows for children?? Told by Count Olaf?? GIMME.
  • Cesar
    January 1, 1970
    Six magical misfits going on an adventure.So Six of Crows but in a middle-grade book.Which is also by Neil Patrick Harris.Badass kids kicking butt like the Dregs.
  • Jake Goldberg
    January 1, 1970
    Alas! Earwax! The stuffing with thanksgiving dinner tasted disgusting. I hope my Gran never sees this post. Sorry Gran but Yuk! So I spent the day at my Grans for thanksgiving yesterday and read this. Yes the whole book, it was either that or listen to mom and my aunt talk about when they were at school or listen to my Gran go on about me being a Vegetarian. I won't mention my cousins!!!!The Magic Misfits: This is a story with a happy ending, but some pretty rough spots before you get there. Our Alas! Earwax! The stuffing with thanksgiving dinner tasted disgusting. I hope my Gran never sees this post. Sorry Gran but Yuk! So I spent the day at my Grans for thanksgiving yesterday and read this. Yes the whole book, it was either that or listen to mom and my aunt talk about when they were at school or listen to my Gran go on about me being a Vegetarian. I won't mention my cousins!!!!The Magic Misfits: This is a story with a happy ending, but some pretty rough spots before you get there. Our main character, Carter, is an orphan - Oh come on an Orphan? How many books do we have to have an Orphan? Harry Potter, Alex Rider, Tom Sawyer, Annie, James Bond, Escape to Witch Mountain, The Secret Garden, The Jungle Book, David Copperfield, The Book Thief, the list goes on and on and on.Anyway back to the book; After his parents vanish mysteriously, Carter’s life takes a turn for the worse. Forced to live with a distant relative known as Sly Mike who is a magician and a con artist, he is taught wonderful magic tricks but is forced to employ them to aid and abet his “uncle’s” criminal activities. When his uncle goes too far, Carter flees to the town of Mineral Wells, where he meets Mr. Vernon and the Other Mr. Vernon—two men with an adopted daughter—(YES she is another orphan) and a crew of teenage magicians who are misfits like himself and who teach him to believe in the redemptive powers of magic and family. (The Weaslsy's from Harry Potter).It’s difficult to feel invested in a story if I do not feel emotion or like the characters. And really, I don’t care about them. Well not enough to want to read the sequelI'd recommend it for 2nd grade and up! but there are better books out there. My Gran said the author is a famous actor!! But could not name a movie only that he was in a TV show playing a kid doctor.Jake 13
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  • Lucy Ghost
    January 1, 1970
    Ladies and gentlemen, the very first Six of Crows middle grade-children retelling ever!
  • ✨ jamieson ✨
    January 1, 1970
    this sounds so cute and fun oh my gosh !!!!!!
  • Sunny's Books
    January 1, 1970
    Holy hell! I sense Six of Crows vibes, AND TOLD BY NEIL PATRICK HARRIS?!?!This is something I didn’t know I needed until now. I don’t think I can wait a month...
  • Stacy Fetters
    January 1, 1970
    "Each of you has a long road ahead. It will be hard at times, but if you work together and stay true to one another, nothing will bar you. Alone you are weak. Together you are strong. So says the universe." I'm so disappointed in myself that I talked myself out of meeting Neil Patrick Harris at Bea this year. He was signing copies of this and I didn't want to wait. Now I'm kicking myself because this book was so good and magical. Everything about this grabbed my attention and didn't let up. 🙃🙃C "Each of you has a long road ahead. It will be hard at times, but if you work together and stay true to one another, nothing will bar you. Alone you are weak. Together you are strong. So says the universe." I'm so disappointed in myself that I talked myself out of meeting Neil Patrick Harris at Bea this year. He was signing copies of this and I didn't want to wait. Now I'm kicking myself because this book was so good and magical. Everything about this grabbed my attention and didn't let up. 🙃🙃Carter is a runaway. After escaping the clutches of his evil "Uncle" Sly Mike who is nothing but a no good pick pocket. That's not the life Carter has set for himself. After his parents disappeared, he has been finding a place to belong. And now he is riding the rails to his new forever home. He gets off in a small town of Mineral Wells and runs right into the show of B.B. Bosso's. Which Carter comes to find out is nothing but tricks and thievery. Carter meets a colorful cast of Magicians who bond together and help people get back what truly belongs to them before one of the biggest heists happens in that very small town. From the start, this reminds you of The Series of Unfortunate Events. The way the words flow even down to his mannerisms, this is NPH trying to be his counterpart L.S. It took some of its character away from the final overall review. Besides that, I thought this was a well thought out magical mystery that will razzle dazzle you. Opens your eyes to the middle-grade world and show you that you can be an adult and still enjoy some wacky humor and intrigue. Now! Now! Anyone want to see a trick???
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  • Mike (the Paladin)
    January 1, 1970
    You'll note no rating and no other shelves on this one. That's because I have decided not to rate it...Look I picked this book up on the strength of the enthusiasm that surrounded it and the announcement of it's eminent publication and arrival. A NEW BOOK BY NEIL PATRICK HARRIS!!!!! WHOOPEE!!!! THE WORLD WILL NEVER BE THE SAME!!!!Hummm...well maybe for, you know, real young kids. This is a very young book. I'd say parents read it to be sure it's for your kids and maybe read (or listen to the aud You'll note no rating and no other shelves on this one. That's because I have decided not to rate it...Look I picked this book up on the strength of the enthusiasm that surrounded it and the announcement of it's eminent publication and arrival. A NEW BOOK BY NEIL PATRICK HARRIS!!!!! WHOOPEE!!!! THE WORLD WILL NEVER BE THE SAME!!!!Hummm...well maybe for, you know, real young kids. This is a very young book. I'd say parents read it to be sure it's for your kids and maybe read (or listen to the audio book) with them.The book opens with young Harry (yeah that seems to be come kind of "go to" name in magical communities). As I said before...or started to...the book opens with young Harry, whose father was a stage magician running to catch a train. At first I wondered if maybe this was a young Harry Dresden running for the Hogworts Express...or whatever the American counter part might be.But nope no dice. I No this is a new Harry off for adventures with Peculiar I mean other misfit children.It is as I said very young and I quickly became bored with it trying to stay interested in the excessive cuteness (really I've been trying to avoid diabetes for years and the sweetness here made the Coke I was sipping seem healthy). So if you're up for a very young book give it a shot.It's really....cute. Oh and full of magic tricks. There magic instruction included with the book. If it's for you enjoy.
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  • Nicole Hewitt
    January 1, 1970
    This review and many more can be found on my blog: Feed Your Fiction AddictionThis book is really cute—it definitely veers toward the younger MG audience, but that’s great—we need fun books for that age range. The story centers around a young boy who has seen the seedy side of magic—his father used it to con people, and Carter is rather disillusioned because of that. When another group of crooked illusionists comes to town, Carter decides something must be done. He teams up with a diverse group This review and many more can be found on my blog: Feed Your Fiction AddictionThis book is really cute—it definitely veers toward the younger MG audience, but that’s great—we need fun books for that age range. The story centers around a young boy who has seen the seedy side of magic—his father used it to con people, and Carter is rather disillusioned because of that. When another group of crooked illusionists comes to town, Carter decides something must be done. He teams up with a diverse group of kids (and a couple of worthy mentors) who help him defeat the bad guys.One thing to note is that the magic in the book is of the realistic variety, not the fantasy variety. I don’t really have a judgment about that either way, but I was curious going in which it would be.The narration feels a little odd at times—big words are explained throughout in a way that I found took me out of the story. I also feel like sometimes the book was … trying too hard? I’m not sure how else to describe it. Some elements of the story felt a little forced to me. But the story is fun and it’s sure to be a hit with the target age group. I also loved the magic tricks sprinkled throughout the book.I give this book a solid 3/5 stars or 3.25, if that was a thing?***Disclosure: I received this book from the publisher via ALA Annual in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given and all opinions are my own.***
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  • BookHugger
    January 1, 1970
    The Magic Misfits is a middle-grade novel coming out November 21st that I was lucky enough to get an ARC of at Yallwest! When I picked it up, I certainly wasn't expecting to recognize the name of the author--the famous Neil Patrick Harris. Usually, I'm hesitant when celebrities write novels because a part of me believes their fame assists them in the publishing process, but I also remember that I love Chris Colfer's books, so I shouldn't be this judgmental.In all honesty, this was rather cliché The Magic Misfits is a middle-grade novel coming out November 21st that I was lucky enough to get an ARC of at Yallwest! When I picked it up, I certainly wasn't expecting to recognize the name of the author--the famous Neil Patrick Harris. Usually, I'm hesitant when celebrities write novels because a part of me believes their fame assists them in the publishing process, but I also remember that I love Chris Colfer's books, so I shouldn't be this judgmental.In all honesty, this was rather cliché and repeated so many popular tropes, which dropped the rating. Plus, I'm not exactly in the targeted audience, as this is a middle-grade novel and I am an 11th grader, so a lot of it felt far too immature for me. However, so much of it was adorable and heartwarming that I couldn't help but enjoy it. Keep in mind, that anyone under the age of ten would probably love this. Harris wrote a diverse cast of characters (and there's even one in a wheelchair!) with individual personalities that stand out on page. Carter, is absolutely adorable, and I would take a million of him. Not to mention, he deserves all the hugs. I'm excited to see where Harris'll go with the characters in the future, especially because there are a few with very vague backstories that I cannot wait to explore.In the end, this was so cute and funny, but didn't have the depth I needed in a book at the moment. But, that's really nothing on this book, and more on me being to mature and old (whoops, my bad). -Book Huggerhttp://www.bookhuggerreviews.com
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  • Rita Mariani
    January 1, 1970
    [3.5 Stars] "It will be hard at times, but if you work together and stay true to one another, nothing will bar you. Alone you are weak. Together you are strong. So say the Gatekeepers of Destiny."
  • Shae McDaniel
    January 1, 1970
    Very cute! One of those books that made me aware that I was not the target audience, but that's okay, and I think the Shae-who-used-to-be-the-target-audience would have enjoyed it. Gave me a bit of a Pseudonymous Bosch feel.
  • Roz
    January 1, 1970
    This cover is just way too pretty.
  • Brenda Ayala
    January 1, 1970
    I may be slightly biased. I used to watch Doogie Howser reruns with my mom. I just recently finished binge watching How I Met Your Mother (for like the fifth time) two nights ago. I have a signed copy of NPH's autobiography, which I stills tote as the best autobiography I have read so far. I enjoyed it when he hosted the Oscars, I think the Harold and Kumar movies are hilarious, I love looking up the family costumes he and his husband come up with for Halloween, and I am very proud to say I have I may be slightly biased. I used to watch Doogie Howser reruns with my mom. I just recently finished binge watching How I Met Your Mother (for like the fifth time) two nights ago. I have a signed copy of NPH's autobiography, which I stills tote as the best autobiography I have read so far. I enjoyed it when he hosted the Oscars, I think the Harold and Kumar movies are hilarious, I love looking up the family costumes he and his husband come up with for Halloween, and I am very proud to say I have been to the Magic Castle in LA three times (a serious feat! Maybe NPH can get me in again to find all the secrets I missed last time...)In short: when I saw that he had written a middle grade novel, I got very handsy at Comic Con and practically jumped on it. Predictably, it is a tale of magic. Magic that makes things levitate, yes, but also the kind of magic that makes a little boy feel loved. The book has sort of a classic carnie feel; our main characters are facing off against Bosso the clown and his henchmen, and they use ingenuity and teamwork to make it happen. I loved it. I hope others love it. I'll proudly whore it out to everyone just like I did with the autobiography.
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  • Nauka N.
    January 1, 1970
    most of people read this book because of the childrens-six-of-crows vibes that is carried by this. honestly, I read this book since it written by Neil Patrick Harris (and his magical tricks lmao) and the interesting blurbs. I'm not really into this but still, it was fun and entertaining and full of diversity. I'm pretty sure I'll read the next one!
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  • Mandy
    January 1, 1970
    Cute and heartwarming. It may just be that I've needed something lighthearted and entertaining for awhile, and this was exactly what I wanted. It is similar in style to the Series of Unfortunate Events in some aspects. I enjoyed the secret messages throughout and would have been super in to that as a kid. I look forward to reading the rest in the series as they come out.
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  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    The first of a fun new magical series.Plot is broken up with a variety of magic tricks, fun way of exploring the story.
  • Becky Ginther
    January 1, 1970
    I am generally a fan of Neil Patrick Harris. But I was unfortunately not really impressed with his foray into the world of children's literature. There are so many great middle grade novels that are so well written they are appealing to adults as well. This is not one of them. It may very well be popular with children, whom it is obviously aimed towards. It's a decent book and a cute little story, but didn't stand out as anything special to me.A lot of the plot ended up feeling cliche or overdon I am generally a fan of Neil Patrick Harris. But I was unfortunately not really impressed with his foray into the world of children's literature. There are so many great middle grade novels that are so well written they are appealing to adults as well. This is not one of them. It may very well be popular with children, whom it is obviously aimed towards. It's a decent book and a cute little story, but didn't stand out as anything special to me.A lot of the plot ended up feeling cliche or overdone. It was a really quick read and yet took forever for me to get through because I just never felt invested in the story or what was going on. It was predictable and just didn't interest me. The characters were probably the highlight of the story, as it's a diverse cast. I also liked that the focus was on magic in the sense of magic tricks and magicians, and not magic in a fantasy "Harry Potter" sense. So in that way it was rather unique.Kids may enjoy this one and Neil Patrick Harris fans might pick it up just because, but otherwise I don't see a real reason to read this one.
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  • Kim McGee
    January 1, 1970
    Carter is being taught magic so he can help his Uncle rob people which doesn't sit well with him so he hops a train and runs away. He likes the little town the train stops at but is soon thinking of leaving again after a crooked magician wants Carter to join their band. Fearful of trusting anyone or believing that there is anyone good in the world, he meets a group of magic loving kids and the owner of a magic shop. With the help of his new friends, Carter and the Magic Misfits will use their ma Carter is being taught magic so he can help his Uncle rob people which doesn't sit well with him so he hops a train and runs away. He likes the little town the train stops at but is soon thinking of leaving again after a crooked magician wants Carter to join their band. Fearful of trusting anyone or believing that there is anyone good in the world, he meets a group of magic loving kids and the owner of a magic shop. With the help of his new friends, Carter and the Magic Misfits will use their magic know how to foil the evil Bosso's plan of robbing the town of a priceless diamond and whatever else they can get. Carter learns to trust and find a family in the band of misfits like himself. Wise cracks and magic tips are all through this book and soon you will be practicing your sleight of hand and wishing you could make the next installment appear. Bravo Mr. Harris - take a bow. My thanks to the publisher for the advance copy.
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  • Katie Lawrence
    January 1, 1970
    ARC received from Hachette Books. This was a quick, delightful read about a band of kids with various magical/performing talents. I loved the diversity in the characters, the inclusion of actual magic trick tutorials, and the sordid carnival concept. I think I would have appreciated about 20 more pages developing the characters a bit more, but that might have detracted from the speedy read. I found the inclusion of definitions throughout to be a bit annoying and reminiscent of Series of Unfortun ARC received from Hachette Books. This was a quick, delightful read about a band of kids with various magical/performing talents. I loved the diversity in the characters, the inclusion of actual magic trick tutorials, and the sordid carnival concept. I think I would have appreciated about 20 more pages developing the characters a bit more, but that might have detracted from the speedy read. I found the inclusion of definitions throughout to be a bit annoying and reminiscent of Series of Unfortunate Events. I would definitely read more about these "misfits" and their adventures. Loved Leila, such a spitfire! I also am dying to know more about Ridley and the twins too.
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  • Krysta
    January 1, 1970
    Source: ARCI don't doubt this series will be very popular. However, though it possesses all the ingredients of what should be a successful middle grade, it just doesn't come alive. The characters feel flat and under-developed. The narration seems largely to be a description of events that happen, one after the other. The prose tries very hard to be clever and funny. Sometimes it almost is. But the author is famous and the premise is sound so I'm sure the series will sell very well.
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  • Brandon
    January 1, 1970
    A fun book that kids will love. The main character Carter is quickly endeared to the reader and his adventures are interesting to follow. There is good suspense built up throughout the book, and the misfits, with their diverse personalities and magical skills, are a likeable lot and a good team.
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  • Trianna
    January 1, 1970
    Cute & fun writing
  • alis
    January 1, 1970
    *liat nama penulisnya *SHOOK* COUNT OLAF!!!**scroll review**six of crows versi middle grade???**oh.**baca blurb**OH**KENAPA TANGGAL 21 MASIH LAMA YA??!!!!*
  • Julie Garner
    January 1, 1970
    I received an advanced reading copy of this book.OMG! This book was so much fun. It all started on the contents page. I am not going to ruin the fun of the exploration of this book, except to say that there are secret messages throughout, as well as lots of things to keep your eyes open for. Harris has made this book more than just a tale about how the Magic Misfits come to be, there are tips for magical tricks as well some cute illustrations. Carter has some tricks up his sleeve but he doesn't I received an advanced reading copy of this book.OMG! This book was so much fun. It all started on the contents page. I am not going to ruin the fun of the exploration of this book, except to say that there are secret messages throughout, as well as lots of things to keep your eyes open for. Harris has made this book more than just a tale about how the Magic Misfits come to be, there are tips for magical tricks as well some cute illustrations. Carter has some tricks up his sleeve but he doesn't believe in magic. He runs away and finds himself in a town where there are quite a few people claiming to be magicians and he has to use his skills to decide what is real, what isn't and what is magical.Neil Patrick Harris has delivered a great book for kids (as well as adults) about a group of kids who don't really fit in with anyone else, so they band together. There is action, magic and a lot of fun. I highly recommend this book for kids aged 9+ to read alone or 6+ if reading with parents.
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  • J'aime
    January 1, 1970
    I read a lot of young adult fiction, even though I am *ahem* well above the target age group. When I saw that Neil Patrick Harris had written a “middle grade” novel about a group of misfit child magicians I quickly requested the ARC. This book is sure to be a hit!There are several things that stand out in the book. First, the author breaks the fourth wall (not unlike Lemony Snicket) and talks directly to the reader. This happens in the introduction, but also in special magic sections, under the I read a lot of young adult fiction, even though I am *ahem* well above the target age group. When I saw that Neil Patrick Harris had written a “middle grade” novel about a group of misfit child magicians I quickly requested the ARC. This book is sure to be a hit!There are several things that stand out in the book. First, the author breaks the fourth wall (not unlike Lemony Snicket) and talks directly to the reader. This happens in the introduction, but also in special magic sections, under the chapter titles and occasionally within the story. It creates a relationship between the reader and the book that helps create a foundation for future reading. And, NPH is very funny. Second, the book has something I’ve never seen used like this before: learning magic. Not only do the protagonists explain how some magic is done within the story (sleight of hand, etc.), but NPH literally provides instructions for the reader to do a bit of magic! The tricks are simple, with the caveat to “practice, practice, practice,” but it truly draws the reader in. One thing that frustrated me as an adult, but is spot on PERFECT for children, is the explanation of vocabulary terms. Whenever a character uses a term that would likely be new to kids, it’s quickly and concisely defined in the moment of use. For example, something is “old hat” (familiar) or the misfits need to do “reconnaissance” (look around). There’s a lot of learning subtly woven into this book.Last, the book is heartwarming. Magic is real because it is found in love and friendship. Carter’s story reminded me a bit of Oliver Twist – an orphan raised by a thief, who eventually finds a home among friends – but also has a mystery for the protagonists to solve. I also liked that the main adult characters do not condescend to Carter & friends. This advanced reading copy mentions that the final book will have illustrations throughout and some “surprises” not yet included. I will say that the book doesn’t have as much to offer to adults as teen-targeted YA. However, this would be a great book to read with a child. I intend to buy copies for my niece and nephew. Overall, this is a fantastic book for middle-grade readers!
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  • Alannah
    January 1, 1970
    This book is one of the best children's books I've read in a while. It is well written, is a cute story, and has a very diverse cast. The writing style is a lot like the TV show of a series of unfortunate events in that it will pause the story at times to explain the lingo, so if you don't like that it's probably not for you.I am 15, so I probably wouldn't be the best person for a review if you want a review given by the target audience my 10-year-old sister said: "I love it so much! It's amazin This book is one of the best children's books I've read in a while. It is well written, is a cute story, and has a very diverse cast. The writing style is a lot like the TV show of a series of unfortunate events in that it will pause the story at times to explain the lingo, so if you don't like that it's probably not for you.I am 15, so I probably wouldn't be the best person for a review if you want a review given by the target audience my 10-year-old sister said: "I love it so much! It's amazing!!!" and then went on a rant about all the characters and such, witch was very spoilery so I won't include it here
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  • MM Finck
    January 1, 1970
    My son - who is adamant that he "doesn't like reading" - left school early to finish this book. I have no words. As a writer/reader, I've put a hundred incredible books in front of him. Nothing. THIS book. Neil (or publicist who reads this!), please hear me. *This* is my first readerly connection with my son. I got your ARC from a children's bookstore I'm affiliated with. I have four kids, three schools, two counties, one city, and a pretty big reach. You got my son to read! I offer you my micro My son - who is adamant that he "doesn't like reading" - left school early to finish this book. I have no words. As a writer/reader, I've put a hundred incredible books in front of him. Nothing. THIS book. Neil (or publicist who reads this!), please hear me. *This* is my first readerly connection with my son. I got your ARC from a children's bookstore I'm affiliated with. I have four kids, three schools, two counties, one city, and a pretty big reach. You got my son to read! I offer you my microphone.
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  • Acota Tsuki
    January 1, 1970
    i got this book as a ARC that i picked up at yallwest.I don't usually leave reviews but i thought i would just write something small since i got a ARC and i did really enjoy this book it was a very cute fun read, i really enjoyed the characters and the plot of the book ( i'm a big fan of anything with magicians and circus or carnivals in it so that could have helped to), it was funny and interesting and i would definitely recommend it to parents with young children ( its middle grade).
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