Since the death of her parents, the fate of the world is in the hands of a college aged girl named Samantha Hathaway. Instead of having a normal freshman year, her parents's foe, Alexander Nero, decides to contine the fight between magic and non-magic people by accusing Samantha of stealing multiple magical artifacts that he actually stole. One of these magical artifacts was used to bring people from the dead back to life. To clear her name and save the world, Samantha and her friends have to find the witch-hunter's gauntlet from the clues her parents left her.
I thought it was a great book because it contained a good balance of humor, suspense, unpredictability, and a little bit of romance. I liked the dialogue between Samantha and her friends. I especially liked the comical character Natch, who added humor along the adventure. The battle with the magic people provided the plot for adventure and suspense. Overall, it was a page turner that ended differently than how I expected it would-- that was cool.