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Summary

As summer draws to a close before junior year, Rowyn Black is tired of seeing the Tower card stare up at her from the table.

On their 16th birthday, Rowyn's kind is gifted with awesome powers. But this is not Narnia or Hogwarts; this is Elizabethtown, Illinois, and much to the chagrin of the local chapter of Susie-Homemakers, witches live here.

All witches understand that the universe is a scary sort of powerful. Rowyn hopes that the only thing the Tower foretells is the sight of the school parking lot on the first day, full of more jacked-up trucks and cut-off shorts than a Luke Bryan video.

But the universe has other plans, and when the Tower comes crashing down, will they all fall with it?

©2017 Nicole Campbell (P)2020 Nicole Campbell

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  • 15-01-20

Clever, Emotional, FAVORITE!!!

I was not ready for the emotional turmoil this book put me through. I loved the character development in the beginning. They were my best friends and I could relate on so many levels it was eery, like Campbell was in my head while she was writing the book. Then tragedy struck and I found myself crying uncontrollably, in public, on more than one occasion. I have not cried this much reading a book since The Fault in Our Stars. I was so invested and emotionally involved with the characters. This book is truly one of my favorites, and I cannot wait to see it on the big screen! I am recommending it to all of my friends. It was one that I couldn't put down once I started. Blown away!