A Most Magical Girl is a book about thirteen-year-old Annabel Grey. Annabel is raised as every other London girl, not knowing about magic or the under parts of London. This all changes when her mother has to leave abroad and Annabel is sent to her aunt's house in what Annabel considers the “wrong” side of London.
Annabel comes face to face with magic at her aunt's shop, including an evil man who calls himself Mr. Angel. What is the Black Wand this man speaks to her about, and what is the White Wand in which her aunt sends her on a quest to find? On this quest Annabel is forced to face who she truly is and help keep good magic alive.
A Most Magical Girl was an engaging story that kept me reading. I especially liked the part where Annabel first encountered Under London at the Singing Gate, as it was when she first did magic. It made me feel as if I were experiencing it, too. The author described things with strong details and in a way that I could easily imagine what was happening.
I would recommend this book to other magic-loving girls like me, however, it was a bit scary when Annabel faced Mr. Angel and his dark magic. Overall, this book was a great read!