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Have you ever felt like your whole life was planned out for you? In "The Wizard of Dark Street, by Shawn Thomas Odyssey, this is exactly how Oona Crate feels.

Have you ever felt like your whole life was planned out for you? In "The Wizard of Dark Street, by Shawn Thomas Odyssey, this is exactly how Oona Crate feels. Oona was born with Natural Magic, the rarest kind of magic there is. Sadly, Oona has vowed to never use magic again, due to an unfortunate accident that killed her mother and sister. Instead, Oona wants to be a detective. The only problem is, no one will take her seriously.

 

Oona's uncle, the wizard of Dark Street, has always counted on her being his apprentice, but when she flatly refuses, he holds auditions. During the auditions, her uncle is mysteriously stabbed in the back with a magical knife-a knife that has a twin. One knife kills, the other transports its victim to a tower, where they are imprisoned. With no way of knowing if her uncle is alive, Oona starts out on the case, determined to prove herself a good detective. On the case, Oona faces many hardships and finds new friends. Oona must question her judgment. Was she right o forbid herself from using magic? Will she decide to be the next Wizard of Dark Street? Read "The Wizard of Dark Street," by Shawn Thomas Odyssey, to find out.

 

"The Wizard of Dark Street" was an okay read for me. It was slow in some parts, but most of the time it was fast paced and action packed. It was a very unusual book, and was kind of hard to follow at some parts, because it was so weird. I would recommend this novel to anyone who is looking for a book that's nothing like what they've ever read before. I would recommend "The Wizard of Dark Street" to kids 9 to 12, for scary events.