review Magic Can Be Murder ò PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB

characters Magic Can Be Murder

review Magic Can Be Murder ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB è Nola isn't much of a witch She can work only a few useless spells like the one that lets her spy on people by enchanting a bucket of water But there's no spell for keeping her mother who hears voices and is a magnet for witch hunters out of trouble The two of them evade F water But there's no spell for keeping her mother who hears voices and is a magnet for witch hunters out of trouble The two of th. 45 starsThe plot was not uite what I thought it was going to be but I liked it Interesting characters especially the mother witch I was partially right when I tried to figure out who the murderer was and what the motive wasMy favorite scene is the ending hahaha That one phrase repeated which gives the detective a lightbulb moment That was enjoyable I wish there was SPOILERSNola gets herself into uite a pickle by pretending to be Brinna with magic especially when she could return to the house at any moment And then the predicament she's in just keeps getting difficult like she's digging a hole deeper I liked Galvin Lord Pendaran's agent He was an intriguing fellow and a good detective

characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Vivian Vande Velde

Nola isn't much of a witch She can work only a few useless spells like the one that lets her spy on people by enchanting a bucket o. This was okay The story was a little blah to me at times although there were moments that intrigued me I liked the ending and how everything wrapped up nicely I was kind of shocked by a certain character's action

Vivian Vande Velde ☆ 6 review

Magic Can Be MurderEm evade the authorities by traveling from town to town taking odd jobs and moving on until the day Nola magically witnesses a murd. Nola must be one of the most hapless and inept heroines out there Her mother told her to be careful about using their magical abilities where others might see them This is a time intolerant of witches and the threats of imprisonment and death are very realBut Nola can’t help herself She constantly collects and uses human hairs essential in her magic to spy on others to be privy to their speech and actions This causes her to make a dangerous mistake—leaving an enchanted bucket where it might be found by ordinary humans Then she makes a worse oneThe book certainly celebrates her hardiness fortitude and uick thinking But as the mishaps collect and escalate from blundering into the middle of a murder investigation to tumbling down a flight of stairs—I wondered if Nola wasn’t perhaps her own worst enemy Add to that an unlikely romance that blooms within a few days and this story suffers from both a slapstick tone and a decided lack of credibilityI normally like Ms Vande Velde’s tales of enchantment and adventure But this one was just too silly to merit any real praise