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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Spooky Magic is a work of children’s fiction in the paranormal/supernatural hi-jinks subgenre and was penned by author Elena Paige. Forming the second chapter book in the Evie Everyday Witch series, the work is intended for middle-grade readers from around seven to twelve years old. We continue to follow the adventures of Evie at her no-witches school where she is the only special one – until Veronica shows up and gives her real competition. As the Halloween contest looms, Evie has a chance to shine, if only she can keep her magic and her friends under control enough to produce the spookiest magic ever.
Author Elena Paige has created an utterly charming and really wholesome series that combines the delightful ups and downs of middle school drama with magical action and adventure. One of the things I really like about it is that central protagonist Evie Everyday still has a lot to learn about her magical abilities and her social skills, which comes through as she navigates these worlds with hard work and understanding. The plot construction delivers a lot in every chapter for immediate entertainment but also builds to a really great overall storyline that sets up future adventures well too. The cast of supporting characters have their moments to shine, and I secretly really liked Veronica and her snooty ways. Overall, Spooky Magic makes a fantastic addition to the series and is a highly enjoyable and highly recommended read for middle-grade children across the spectrum.