Magic's Child Review

In the previous book in the Magic or Madness Trilogy, Magic Lessons, Reason Cansino acquired an extreme amount of magic as a gift from one of her ancestors. She can now do extraordinary things that no mere magical person can do. But her new magic is changing her. Reason no longer needs to eat, go to the bathroom, and doesn’t even feel the weather. Quickly, Reason is changing into what her ancestor was, which isn’t completely human. Is it worth it to live forever if you give up all the joys of life in the process?
Magic’s Child is the final book in the Magic or Madness Trilogy. Reason, along with her friends Jay- Tee and Tom must decide if having magic is worth dying young. Jay-Tee seems to think Reason will save everyone and has no worries even though she is on the brink of death. In the mean time, Reason’s grandfather Jason Blake is hunting her down. He is magic hungry and wants the Cansino Magic that Reason has acquired. He won’t stop until he gets what he wants, no matter who he hurts in the process.

Will Reason save her friends and family from magic and its madness or will Jason Blake get his claws on their magic and kill them? Can any magical people be trusted or is everything and everyone Reason has known a lie?

Magic’s Child is a bittersweet end to a beautiful, magical, enchanting trilogy that has captivated and amazed me like no other book has since the Harry Potter books. I have come to love the characters, both good and bad and had to read this book slowly, savoring every sentence, every last word. Magic’s Child was an amazing end to this trilogy. This final book answered all of my questions and ended with a very exciting twist that made me think of Voldemort and Harry Potter’s battles from the Harry Potter books. Magic is alive and vibrant on every page of this book. I will greatly treasure this trilogy and it will stay on my keeper shelf for a long time. If you haven’t yet read the Magic or Madness Trilogy, you must, must, must right away!!

1 comment:

  1. This sounds like a super creative book! Sometimes you really find the most interesting books, R!


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