The only thing about this book that is similar to Harry Potter is that there is a school where students go to learn magic. That is where the similarities begin and end.
I really enjoyed this book. The story is so unique that it pulls you in and makes you want to read more. This one is definitely a keeper for me. About 3/4 of the way through the book it gets a little confusing-- I had to re-read a couple sections, but it is wrapped up nicely at the end.
This book really captivated my attention right off the bat. And I agree with the previous reviewer, It really is nothing ilke Harry Potter, but in a good way.
cute, "Harry Potter" for girls. Would like to see more in the series.
This book is a lot like Harry Potter books. In this book all of the student possess equal 'magical talents'. Its a good book written with elegance. You will wish you could go to "Leslie Simonton School for the Magicaly Gifted".
At first I was afraid that this book might be too similar to Harry Potter, but that fear was quickly lost. It's definitely its own book and a very good book at that! Tria is a wonderful character and I enjoyed going on her adventure even though it was very difficult for her. I did think that the end (her second year) went a little too quickly - yes, I know that it wasn't as important as the first year, but there were still some things I would have liked to know a bit more about.
Entertaining, engaging and quickly paced!