Dragon in the RV shed,
former friend denying nose surgery,
homework in spellcasting and algebra…
Camellia has never been happy living with her “aunt” who keeps insisting that the teen can learn to cast spells. The weird ingredients that Cam must acquire are annoying and embarrassing, too.
Now the whole town is in danger because of the demon summoned by the witch!
Happy book birthday to this Tor Teen title – misunderstood teens of the world, unite!
Any strange relative stories to share?
My book talk: When her aunt summons a demon for political purposes, Camellia defies the witch’s demands for help until the demon takes over a classmate’s body and threatens their town.
If Sarmine would just accept that Cam isn’t a witch and doesn’t need to learn spells, the sophomore might have a social life, but mucking out the dragon’s barn and not flunking algebra get priority right now.
The auras that best friend Jenah claims to see aren’t as dazzling as the idea of hanging out with new guy Devon and his boy-band music – much better than going to the Halloween dance with robotic Kelvin (the favors she trades to get rare ingredients for the witch… ugh)
A slight error in summoning Estahoth allows the demon to inhabit Devon’s body; without full demon-power, the witch cannot control the upcoming rebirth of the phoenix hidden in their town!
Can Cam locate the phoenix before it arises?
Why won’t Sarmine just let her be a teenager?
What will the devious demon do while Devon is trapped in his own mind?
Power, goat’s blood, and root beer – Camellia’s October just got even weirder than usual as her Seriously Wicked witch aunt sends spells flying. (One of 6,000 books recommended on www.abookandahug.com)