I bought this book ten years ago. I have no idea whether the author really meant it all or not, but the book made sense to me, and the wanding actually worked – sometimes in a rather spectacular fashion.
You wouldn’t think “common sense” and “psychic attack” would find themselves together in such a book, but that’s exactly the case.
I had no idea I needed this book until I read it.
This is the first book in my favorite witchcraft fiction series:
The characters are delightful, and the magical workings feel real.