Thursday, October 24, 2013

STUDENT REVIEW - Deep Wizardry by Diane Duane

Deep Wizardry
By Diane Duane
Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2001
384 pages (hardcover)

Coming to the aid of a wounded whale, Kit and Nita are plunged into deep wizardry. The whale is a wizard, and she enlists Kit and Nita in battle against the sinister Lone Power. Becoming whales themselves, Nita and Kit join in an ancient ritual performed by whales, dolphins, and a single fearsome shark. But which poses more of a danger: the Lone Power, or ed'Rashtekaresket, the enormous shark as old as the sea? (from

Something that was good about this book is that it was full of adventure and magic. I loved that this book didn’t just have fantasy in it, but it also has a little bit of science in it. Something that could be improved in this book is that this book could mix genres so it can be more exciting. Yes, I would recommend this book to a middle schooler because I know that middle schoolers LOVE fantasy books filled with adventure.
--Justin C.

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