Wet Magic

Wet Magic

by Edith Nesbit


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Adventures of curious kids continue. This time they encounter mysterious sea creatures while on holiday. They uncover underwater kingdoms of mermaids during their incredible journey beneath the waves.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789353445331
Publisher: Astral International Pvt. Ltd.
Publication date: 07/26/2019
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Edith Nesbit (London, August 15, 1858 - May 4, 1924) was an English writer and poet. Minor of six brothers, traveled by England, Spain and France. He married at age 21 with Hubert Bland, with whom he had five children. He founded the Fabian Society. She was one of the first women to smoke in public. He died of lung cancer. He wrote terror, romance, poetry, socialist propaganda, plays and reviews.
He is known mainly for his books for children full of humor and with an innovative style that, sometimes, it develops the adventures of the protagonists in an ordinary reality with magical elements.
Edith Nesbit's novels were often a source of inspiration for other children's writers such as C.S. Lewis, the writer of The Chronicles of Narnia; J. K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter saga; Diana Wynne Jones; P. L. Travers; And Edward Eager

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Wet Magic 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
nules on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This book deserves another review.Anyway, as far as my personal preferences go, I loved the first half of the book. It had pretty much everything I like in this genre of children's book. I liked how things built mysteriously with the fantasy elements. I liked the characters, and the things they went through.The second half was entirely different, and comparing it to the first half isn't exactly fair. I didn't like it in the same ways at all. Those of this book are completely different halves. All the mystery ends in the second half, and you're suddenly overcharged with the fantastical elements, which are thrown in here and there and everywhere. The undersea creatures don't exactly act believably or rather the fantastical elements are extremely fantastical and I think this affects the fantastical characters so that they act fantastically (though the mermaid when above ground certainly did seem more believable, if you can believe that of a seemingly part mad mermaid)¿that was one of the biggest let-downs for me. It was a weird transition. But, since it is a children's book, it might not matter to most.The transition was partly from a world that seemed mostly mundane (aside from the children imagining), with a little magic, to a planet where everything (mundane stuff and all) depended on magic.However, there are some interesting things here. As the other reviewer noted, that thing about the choice was interesting. I think the book got a little more interesting to me again around that point (once the descriptions of most of the new things ended). The character references from various books were also interesting.Anyway, it's still one of my favorite books, no matter how you look at it, but it was easier to take the first half seriously, for me¿not that fantasy has to be serious, mind you. It may have been an appropriate shift in realism, actually, but I was left entirely unprepared for it. There's a lot to appreciate about the latter half, too, but don't let the shift in how serious it seems distract you from it like it did for me (just be prepared and you'll probably do fine). Read it¿you'll be glad later, I think.
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