Some Very Messy Medieval Magic review by 007
Some Very Messy Medieval Magic
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Juvenile Fiction
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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - South Riding, VA, United States
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Some Very Messy Medieval Magic is the third book in The Adventures of Pete and Weasel series by C. Lee McKenzie. The book starts out in a very relatable classroom, but something is wrong. Pete keeps hearing Fanon, his alligator familiar, talking to him in his mind.

Pete is a wizard who made a mistake during his last adventure. Now, he and his friend Weasel need to sneak out of class and try to fix the mistake. If they don't, history could be changed forever.

Opinion: 

The characters in this book were great. Pete is so likeable. He's a wizard-in-training who really wants to be helpful, but somehow keeps messing things up! Weasel is an equally zany and memorable character who makes the reader want to follow right along on the adventure.
 
Middle school readers who enjoy magic, time travel, history, and a heavy dose of humor will enjoy this book. If you haven't read the first two books in the series, the author does a good job of getting you up to speed so you can sit back and enjoy the story.
 
 
Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive
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