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“Magic and the Modern Girl ”

Written on: 28/08/2008 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Magic and the Modern Girl

Mindy Klasky

Red Dress Ink, Oct 2008, $13.95

ISBN 9780373895779

In Washington, D.C. reference librarian Jane Madison left the coven because she was unhappy with the attitudes of many of her witch peers. She also decides to take a hiatus from spell-casting.

Six months later, Jane tries her bewitching power only to be shocked as she has none. Adding to her dismay is someone destroyed her witching accouterments. Jane questions her feline familiar openly gay Neko and her best friend Melissa White, but learns nothing new except she is under a witch assault. Desperate she turns to David Montrose, her protector and astral bodyguard before summoning Ariel to restore her magical powers. Instead nothing goes right with the enchantment as Ariel has become an artsy celebrity with a little more than fifteen of almost famous. Soon Jane, her grandma and Neko are in trouble by an unknown assailant who wants her magically deboned while she goes out with archtiect Will Becker but wants instead her astral defender.

The sequel to 'Sorcery And The Single Girl' continues the misadventures of the chick lit witch librarian as this time she loses her power. The storyline is lighthearted fun as readers, her familiar, her grandma and her astral bodygaurd wonder what happened to Jane. Although the plot is thin, fans and Jane will want to know the answer to that key magical question.

Harriet Klausner

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