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By Justine Larbalestier

Fifteen-year-old cause Cansino has discovered the painful fact that she— like her mom, grandmother, and new neighbors Tom and Jay-Tee—must make a selection: to exploit the magic that lives in her blood and die younger, or refuse to take advantage of the magic and lose her brain. Now a brand new danger leaves cause stranded by myself in ny urban, suffering to manage an influence she slightly is familiar with. yet may perhaps the risk she faces additionally carry the main to saving her existence? Magic classes is the beautiful follow-up to Larbalestier’s lavishly praised debut novel, Magic or insanity, known as a "radiant gem" and a "fierce, hypnotic novel" in starred stories.

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Reason wiped at her nose as if to brush the smell away. Tom inhaled deeply, smelling the sugary-sweet spilled Coke and the musk of flying fox and rotten figs from the backyard. Reason moved closer to the door. “Don’t touch it,” Tom and Jay-Tee said in unison. “The door moved before,” Jay-Tee said. ” Reason nodded, covering her nostrils. ” “Like . . ” “Ewww,” Tom said. She walked away from the back door, sniffing as she went, like a tracking dog. It should have been silly, but it wasn’t. Tom and Jay-Tee followed her out into the hall.

Reason and Tom shook their heads at the same time. Everything was still wrong. Tom touched the bricks, and for a moment they felt like paper. He pulled his hand away. ” asked Reason and Jay-Tee at the same time. “It feels weird. ” Tom looked down at his feet, wondering if the wooden boards of the balcony might suddenly change into jelly, and they’d all go sliding through. Jay-Tee shivered, though it was hot and the three of them were covered in a light sheen of sweat. ” They looked around. He couldn’t see anything weird in his backyard—the passionfruit vine on the far fence and his dad’s vegetable garden were intact, tomato plants tied to stakes, half-grown lettuces.

She was catching the bus to go into town, she said. But we’d been a long way from any buses or towns. Magic Lessons 41 Even so, I still didn’t trust Esmeralda. There were still the letters she’d taken back before I could read them, the feathers under my pillow. And worst of all, the dried-up body of Sarafina’s cat, Le Roi, buried in the cellar, its head almost hacked off. I stole a glance at Jay-Tee, who, like me, stood frozen in the doorway. What was she thinking? She’d been doing magic all her life.

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