I wish my job as a magical librarian was just about shuffling books and shushing people from behind a desk. Alas, the magic I wrangle requires a bit more than shuffling and shushing. And to make things worse, I have a frog and a cat, and I have no idea how to use them!
Sure, I understand, we all have bills to pay. Personally, I could use a bit of extra cash too. But I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t kill for it. At least…not without dark magic influence. And that’s exactly the problem.
Dark. Magic. Influence.
My first challenge for the day is finding that artifact and putting it under lock and key before it kills anybody else.
My second challenge is figuring out how to deal with a bossy frog and a pushy cat.
Which of the two do you suppose will give me the bigger headache?
Yeah. That’s what I think too. The frog and cat are going to be the death of my sanity.
Maybe I should put them under lock and key too.
A great escape to a magical world with a beautifully described protagonist. Her friends and foes are equally entertaining. I also appreciate the sense of place in the descriptions of the archive, the town and other places that appear and sometimes disappear.
I love this series. As each book is written, the story becomes better and more intriguing. I loved the first book too though. The characters are wonderful and so well-developed. I am looking forward to the next book in the series.
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