REVIEW by A.M. Day
Cast inside a world (literally) that she never knew existed, eighteen-year-old Colleen Underhill must quickly adapt to and learn how to survive her new, magical life and her new, magical college, SPRU. And she has to do it without her family around for support. Colleen, values intact, offers up her aversion to casting spells of any sort the very first day of classes. She navigates inside more of the unknown after seeing power shoot from her fingers with the realization that her old life is just that. Her new life is filled with secrets, hot guys, Work Study, brewing romances and magic. All of this because she stumbled upon a mysterious book at the library.
Kate Policani captures some of the slightest details that one could easily miss. Even those tiny human habits we have. Don’t Judge a Book By Its Magic was written in delightful prose. Kate’s wit was spot on. A definite, entertaining read that leaves you wanting more.
~ A.M. Day