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Bright Is Her Sight

The School Of Necessary Magic, Book 2
Narrated by: Kate Rudd
Length: 5 hrs and 48 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (39 ratings)

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The School of Necessary Magic is back in session. 

Alison, the young Drow princess has returned to Charlottesville for her second semester, along with the other elves, witches, and wizards and more.

And her powers are growing.

But dark forces have planted a bad seed in the student body. They want to use their hidden asset to close the doors before the year is over. They didn’t count on Alison and her unique gifts.

Botany class, school dances, underground cities, and the occasional werewolf howling at night - It's just your average freshman year in a government-run high school to create a special force.

Just wait till school’s out for summer....

©2018 Judith Berens, Martha Carr, Michael Anderle (P)2018 LMBPN Publishign

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Love Allison and Izzie

I really enjoyed listening to this audio version of this story and found that the narrator does a lovely job of bringing the characters to life.

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Fantastic!!

I have throughly enjoyed this book! Can't wait to listen to the third one. Keep them coming!! I am looking forward to the 2 main characters magic development.

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cute, but where’s the rest?

Nice YA story of Alison’s second semester at school that talks about her growing powers and those of Izzie. Add in a Valentines dance, an April Fools prank, and kittens and a horse foaling. The prank was cute.
There is some kicking of dark power butt; again, not well developed. Did they follow through on the quarantine to search for balls of dark magic in students?
Rudd does a decent job of narration.