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What if all your wishes could come true? Blink your eyes, drink a fizzing pink potion, and poof! Life is perfect. That’s Rachel’s situation. Except she’s not the one. Although its premise is not altogether original, Mlynowski’s (Milkrun) novel starring a teenage witch, told from the point of view of her. From the New York Times bestselling author of the Whatever After series, the first book in the hilariously bewitching Magic in Manhattan series!.

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I even lov First off I have to start by saying that Sarah Mlynowski is a genious. Flash forward a lot of years to now. There were some funny moments, broimsticks all in all, it was unrealistic and kind of dull.

Rachel also figured out that her mom was a witch but never told anyone about it. Okay maybe this isn’t exactly “childrens” but maybe more middle grade than YA.

Bras and Broomsticks (Literature) – TV Tropes

I loved this first book in a new series by Sarah Mlynowski. Ova knjiga mi je jedna od prvih knjiga koje sam ubacila u want to read i posle tolikog vremena provedenog po beogradskim knjizaramanapokon sam je nasla.

This said, I can still see where the girls were coming from. Book ratings by Goodreads. The main character also wants to get rid of a STB and it works.

I did think t What a humorous book! Sep 20, Lisa rated it really liked it Shelves: If only they would. She’s often a girl who doesn’t overthink like I tend to do, who’s rather confident and very much broomstic,s a teenage girl stereotype. I read this book back to back with the sequel.


Her younger sister is. Also in Magic In Manhattan.

I was quite scandalized and wanted nothing to do with those titles. Interesting twist but this book wasn’t for me.

Bras & Broomsticks

Seems mom is a witch, too, her decided to live life without her powers, and Miri’s inherited her mom’s special gift. I don’t know broomstocks to say about this book. From aand New York Times bestselling author of the Whatever After series, t he first book in the hilariously bewitching Magic in Manhattan series! Things don’t work out exactly as planned, though, the way things tend to do when you mess with the powers that be.

This is honestly one of the funnier books I have read, granted I read it when I 13 or 14 but to this day I still use Rachel’s saying of “Yahoo to the power of two! Rachel must be, without any doubt, the most selfish girl ever – But she does indeed have some hilarious thoughts about her life, boys and her friends – Such a great book, can’t wait to read the rest the books!!

Did not finish this book.

Bras & Broomsticks (Magic in Manhattan, #1) by Sarah Mlynowski

Rachel and Miri tried to get STB Broomstlcks to say that she hates them and her dad with the truth brooksticks but it didn’t work. I’ve read this series a dozen of times at least the first three ones.

Despite my major criticisms, I am giving this book a two and not a one because it was fairly entertaining, and it gave me a new and different reading experience hating the main character. Oh, the horror, the unfairness, the indignity! I know that sharing is important, but This is pages of canned laughter. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.



Probably becau Sometimes I ask myself why I like Sarah mlynowskis books. You can visit her online at sarahm. Jun 13, Pages Young Adult. She’s got a major crush on the two most popular guys in school, Raf and Mick; she’s been dumped by her best friend since preschool, Jewel, and instead has hooked up with not-so-popular Tammy; she’s got the rhythm of a baboon and so didn’t get to audition for her school’s all-important fashion show; she’s a quasi B-lister instead of a coveted A-lister; her dad is getting ready to hroomsticks Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.

This was an extremely fun and super funny read or, listen, because I audiobook-ed itand just an all around good time. Flap copy What if all your wishes could come true? Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.

Yes, yes, of course world peace and cures for horrible diseases are important. And as Rachel would tell you, spellbooks are wasted on the young!