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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Amanda M. Thrasher’s Spider Web Scramble is an interesting third entry in the Mischief Series, a blend of fantasy and sci-fi for young readers. The Spider Web Scramble is held at the Mushroom Patch, located deep in the forest, an event that takes place on the fifth full moon of every third year. But on this particular occasion, the excitement of the fairies becomes even more powerful as they are informed that the stars will be coming down and that whoever could beat the clock and locate the star with their name on it will have their wishes granted. Only, there is a magic trap that no one knows about; the scene is set for a game that is as exciting as it can be dangerous.
Although Spider Web Scramble is written for young readers, it has lessons for adult readers as well. Readers will be introduced to the art of teamwork as the force that beats the odds. The story is beautiful and although it features fairies and an unusual magical setting, the dialogue, and the emotions it evokes are so real that readers will easily relate. Lilly, Boris, and Jack are very likeable characters and readers immediately are curious as to whether their wishes will be granted by the stars — or if their hearts are pure enough for them to locate their stars in the first place. Amanda M. Thrasher’s writing is beautiful and imaginative. I loved how she creates a task and then puts an obstacle in the way of the characters. Mademoiselle Francesca and the other cast of characters are compelling. Yes, this installment in the series offers a whole new world of magic for young readers to revel in.