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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
When the new headmistress of Pergoria sends Evie Everyday a letter inviting her to undertake a series of trials in her old school of magic, the young witch does not imagine it will be just the beginning of a great adventure. She finally has the opportunity to show the value of experimental magic in a school where only traditional magic is allowed. However, shortly after receiving the letter, Evie discovers that Pergoria's old headmaster, Mario Marzipan, has kidnapped her friend Izzy. A supporter of traditional magic, he will free Izzy only if Evie fails the trials on purpose. What will Evie choose to do? Follow her and find out more in Elena Paige's Moon Magic (Evie Everyday Witch Book 4).
Moon Magic is a lively book with a charming and brilliant protagonist. I am happy this is just one of the books in a series because Evie is an unusual witch who amazed me from page one. In fact, she loves experimental magic more than traditional magic, but perhaps she loves math even more than magic (she admits it!). Considering Evie's character, the story told by Elena Paige and wonderfully illustrated by Stephanie Parcus could only be as pleasant and original as Evie herself. In addition to her flowing style, Paige amused me with the witty comments of her protagonist. In Moon Magic, Evie will find new friends and discover an important lesson about magic, but above all, her adventures will pleasantly entertain any reader who loves magic (more than math). This is why I highly recommend it to all of them.