Magic and Other Misdemeanors (The Sisters Grimm, Book 5)

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And here is the caveat: not spectacular writing. The youngest, especially, was distractingly young for the plot.

The Sisters Grimm #5: Magic and Other Misdemeanors

Every time Buckley reminded me of her pigtails and overalls I felt lost. Even Rowling waited until Harry was something like fifteen. Plus, I find the action and fight scenes which are prolific to be holey. It reminds me of the advice that when writing an action scene you pull your spouse and kids into the room and make them act it out.

The Grimm series is fond of creating these mental chasms in the otherwise fast-moving action scenes, and I as a reader slipped a gear in my interest-traction.

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Now, how could she hit HIM if she was just over there?!? Careful, there, writers. My only other negative thing to say: the series gets suddenly witchy in the last book. I mean, like flesh-eating and frog innards and covens and whatnot.

And these are the good guys. I would recommend these books, with the last caveat I gave above. Of course, for kids and preteens, especially girls, but also for adults who enjoy Middle Grades fiction and want an easy, enjoyable read. Like maybe for a trip, especially to the beach. Some of the characters do fill out more as the series continues. It grows up a little, becomes more complex. And what is at first slightly unimpressive becomes reader-candy, increasingly hard to put down.

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Jun 12, Justyn Rampa rated it it was amazing Shelves: childrens , fairy-tale , fantasy , m-u-l-e. I am beside myself. If there were a rating above 5 stars, I would give it, but alas being the hyperbolic, extreme rater that I am find myself giving 5s out like they are candy, so I will give out yet another to a series that has received nothing but 5 stars from me, which is a slight disservice. I say that because now in the wake of this incredibly awesome book I can only give it a 5 and there is nothing to differentiate it from the other books in the series.

So I will discuss what I can in my r I am beside myself. So I will discuss what I can in my review instead. Book 5 is called Magic and Other Misdemeanors which is not my favorite title, but I began it a full day or so after reading Book 4. I began applying my Harry Potter rule here in which I only begin books a full day after I read the last book. If this is the result, then I will keep that rule going. I don't want to spoil any detail of the book, so I will speak in vague sweeping terms.

I've come to love these characters deeply. These wonderfully complicated characters. I worry about them, I laugh with them, I cry with them, and I go through some major ish with them.

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This book mostly falls into the last category. While Book 3 is my favorite book in the series so far, Book 5 is a vying for that position. Book 3 Problem Child was an emotional book for me. It was the resolution of a "To Be Continued" plot and we just found out quite a bit about many of the characters. I don't remember the nuances of plot development as much as the emotional journey with the characters.

In some ways, this reminds me of "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" where all of a sudden the plot takes a dark turn and from here on out, everything has changed. This moment comes in HP with the death of a certain character at the end of Book 4 which I won't spoil here in case you have not read it. I thought that I would not have a lot to write in this review as I tried to avoid spoilers, but I was wrong.

Or long-winded. I can't decide. Michael Buckley has my esteem, respect, and heart. So much so that I believe I am going to write him an e-mail right now. You however, should stop what you are doing and begin this wonderful amazing series!!! Feb 19, Kim Dennis rated it really liked it Shelves: audio-books , zaudio. Of all the Sisters Grimm books, this is the one I have liked the most so far. For one thing, Ms. Smirt wasn't in it, so I didn't have to get offended on behalf of all hard-working social workers out there.

It had some twists that I really enjoyed. I was a little frustrated with the ending -- it was a cliffhanger ending. I much prefer to have books end with a real ending. It is possible to do. Buckley did it with the first book, so I wish he would h Of all the Sisters Grimm books, this is the one I have liked the most so far.

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Buckley did it with the first book, so I wish he would have continued the pattern. However, it wasn't enough for me to drop a star. It was a pretty fun read. I really have difficulties rating this book because, while it was better than the first three installments in the series I didn't like it as the fourth one - the mystery aspects is interesting, the plot is more twisted and there are more Everafter charachters involved -, it is full of plot holes, not so good writing and superficiality overall. For example, when it's time for a list of Everafters, after two or three names there's 'etc.

And then I can't believe such a small and boring town like Ferryport Landing really corny name, let's be honest is so full of facilities I really don't know North American towns, but in Italy when a town is so unknown and anonymous, you don't find an international famous radio in it, mostly not found out after four months - or maybe that is because the two little girls protagonists are young, I don't know. And the most important question of them all, because I really didn't found an answer: how is it possible for human fairy tale characters to be immortal?

I could understand that for fairies, talking animals, ogres and fantastical creatures, but let's say Cinderella, she is just a normal princess! If these characters were taken from books I could get their fabulous nature, but since the human Everafters are, indeed, only human European people mostly , how they manage to be immortal? How the Brothers Grimm and why do we see Wilhelm only? What makes a person an Everafter?! And why do many of them hate the Grimms in the modern time, but not at the town's origins, when they had plenty of time to experience their magic induced captivity?

I don't get it. And again, why do many of them hate the Grimms, but not all of them are part of the Scarlet Hand, or so it seems? I keep to struggle to find complete sense in this series, but surely I'm going to keep reading! Jun 02, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: sisters-grimm.

This book was absolutely hilarious i laughes for atleast a half hour straight when i read the 'my name is Sabrina Grimm this is my sister Daphne Grimm and my husband Puck' even though i saw it coming i just had to laugh and if youve read the others youll know what i mean What do you get when you have magical items disappearing and taxes on mortals that are coming straight from the Mayor the Queen of Hearts? You have Ferryport Landing children home of Sabrina Daphne and Relda Grimm desendants of t This book was absolutely hilarious i laughes for atleast a half hour straight when i read the 'my name is Sabrina Grimm this is my sister Daphne Grimm and my husband Puck' even though i saw it coming i just had to laugh and if youve read the others youll know what i mean What do you get when you have magical items disappearing and taxes on mortals that are coming straight from the Mayor the Queen of Hearts?

Sleeping parents are the least of their worries with thefts and time tears showing up everywhere. Time tears bring Sabrina and Daphne into 15 years in the future where the Scarlet Hand rules the world. And its their job to fix that and but a stop to it. But how can you do that when your grandmother is more worried about not being able to pay the taxes on humans and losig the house and place in Ferryport Landing for good?

But along the way they find out that love comes in many different forms and if you think you have a mice problem you probably have a mice problem. When I started to read this book I could never put it down.

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Every time I would get one mystery solved another one came in. IT was just an amazing experience of being able to read reading this book.

https://pl.esiqegetin.ml In this book, Sabrina and Daphne decide to take on this big quest of trying to figure out, who is stealing the mystical possessions of different Everafters. Instead of them going by themselves, Puck decides to go with Sabrina and Daphne. Only the three of them are going because Granny Relda is caught up in business with Mayor Heart about the high taxes on the humans. Canis is still trying to hold on to the other side of him.

This is the big bad wolf side. As Puck, Daphne, and Sabrina go deeper in their quest things start getting worst for the Grimm Family. Overall, this was a great read and I recommend this book to everyone. I absolutely adore this book. It's the perfect blend of mystery, suspense, action, and humor.

Not to mention the romance between Sabrina and Puck. In this book, Sabrina, Daphne, and long lost Prince Charming go through a tear in time. They are stuck 15 years into the future! Where Mr. Not to mention that Sabrina and Puck get married! Can they find a way back?

And will they I absolutely adore this book.