Epic Is Her Future

The School of Necessary Magic, Book 8
Narrated by: Kate Rudd
Length: 5 hrs and 55 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (32 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

No good deed goes unpunished, not when dark magic is involved.

Graduation is right around the corner, which means finals, long good-byes, and difficult decisions about the future. But Alison and friends have to make it to graduation first. Easier said than done, especially when the consequences of saving Christie’s mom come home to roost. Dead animals are discovered. Magic is stolen. And someone, or something, targets the local shifter pack.

Only an old thorn in her ass can help her save her friends.

Is that a redemption arc in the works, or is Alison being played? They say "keep your friends close but your enemies closer". Alison prefers it the other way around.

Make your enemy your friend.

After all, a girl can never have too many friends, especially in the final battle.

Don’t miss the stunning conclusion to the series the School of Necessary Magic. Listen to it today!

©2018 Judith Berens, Martha Carr, Michael Anderle (P)2019 Judith Berens, Martha Carr, Michael Anderle

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crying old man

60 year blubbering old man.....brilliant use of tear drops. it is always good when stories tweek your emotions.

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Well that was fun

It was a rather fun and interesting ride. I have to say Kathleen was probably the most annoying student for this run. But Grandma Berrens made some rather bone head moves. Proving that sometimes parents don't always know what's best.