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SORCERY AND THE SINGLE GIRL
by Mindy Klasky

Genre: Mainstream, Chick lit

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The entire cast of this book comes to life, making it almost painful to witness Jane's misplaced trust and inherent naivete. Klasky, who first wrote about witch Jane in Girl's Guide to Witchcraft, keeps you entranced from start to finish. While this would be a fine stand-alone, you'll enjoy it more if you've read the first book.

Jane Madison must perform an act of worthiness to be accepted into the local coven. Desperate to be with the popular crowd, she struggles to balance her best friend, her awkward relationship with her mother, a new, mysterious boyfriend and her job, all while learning the magic that her act of worthiness will require. It
all leads up to Halloween, when the few remaining aspects of her life that haven't already crashed down around her quickly follow suit. (Red Dress Ink, Oct., 400 pp., $13.95)

Reviewed By: Jennifer Madsen

Publisher: Red Dress Ink

Published: October 2007

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