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Spell Check (English Edition) par [Wright, Julie]
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Présentation de l'éditeur

"Spell Check is an impossible-to-put-down, topsy-turvy adventure with fun, romance, and fabulous characters.”
--Heather B. Moore, USA Today bestselling author

It is a little known fact that witches are alive and well in Salem, Massachusetts. They call themselves cheerleaders.

Allyson Peterson believes that being hanged by the
Salem High Witches is the absolute worst thing that
can happen. But when her powers, wrested from the
trolls of ancient Sweden, manifest themselves, she
realizes that a prank hanging by vindictive cheerleaders
is the least of her worries.

Ally accidentally sends her parents to the jungle to fight
anacondas, turns her brother into a mute, and curses the
entire cheerleading team with an illness that has no cure,
proving that her spells need a little checking. Her Swedish
grandmother shows up to help her through the worst part
of all—surviving the Troll Trials and saving the guy of
her dreams from a vengeance that has festered through-
out generations.

The power is in her, if she can just get the magic right.

Biographie de l'auteur

Julie Wright started her first book when she was fifteen. She’s written Nineteen novels since then: including the Hazzardous Universe Series and the Newport Ladies Book Club series. She won the Whitney Award for best romance for the novel Cross My Heart and the Crown Heart and Swoony awards for The Fortune Cafe. She is represented by agent Sara Crowe with Harvey Klinger Inc. in New York. She enjoys speaking to writing groups, youth groups, and schools. She loves reading, eating, writing, hiking, and playing on the beach with her kids and husband. Julie’s favorite thing to do is watch her husband make dinner. Visit her at her website:

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1407 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 217 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1941849008
  • Editeur : Heart Stone Press; Édition : 2 (30 juin 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00LF449GG
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HASH(0x8d7a403c) étoiles sur 5 It's a story with a good blend of fantasy, friendship, family and fun with a little romance mixed in. 9 août 2014
Par Kathy Habel - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Spell Check is a fun book appropriate for almost any age. I enjoyed it reading it as an adult, it would work as a read aloud to my 8 year old or I could give it to my 12 year old to read on his own.

Set is Salem, Spell Check weaves a tale with a new spin on witches based on Scandinavian folklore. While somewhat predictable this story has lot of unique elements that made it an enjoyable ready.

If you enjoy fantasy and are looking for an original, entertaining story that is squeaky clean give Spell Check a try. It's a story with a good blend of fantasy, friendship, family and fun with a little romance mixed in.

Rating: 4.5 Stars - Highly Recommend

Content: Squeaky Clean

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HASH(0x8d7a4288) étoiles sur 5 If you like books about magic combined with great humor, you and your teens will love Spell Check! 27 octobre 2014
Par S.Staley - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Spell Check is a fun story of a young woman, Ally from Salem Massachusetts, whose life is turned upside down in just a few days. Not only does she find out that her thoughtless wishes are coming true, but also that she is a witch. Turning 16 is the key that unlocks her powers and boy does this cause havoc in her and her family's life, her friends and her "frenemies" lives. I really liked how her magical powers came from the four elements of earth, air, water and fire. The best part of the book is the humor and the dialogue that will keep you laughing page after page; even when Ally is in very scary predicaments like trying to save her parents in the Amazon and during the Troll Trials.

Julie has written some of the best side characters, in Ally's 10 year old brother Robison, and her Swedish Grandmother, Farmor, who is also a witch or a Troll Kvinna. The banter between Ally and her brother and Ally and her grandmother is sarcastic and funny. There is the sweetness and uncertainty of first young love between Ally and Jake, which is all clean, but so realistic for what teens go through.

This YA Paranormal novel has so much to offer readers: mean girls that are chastised after they've bullied Ally for years, magical trolls with trials that can kill, and a rouge troll whose deception puts Jake's life at risk. This story is one of coming of age where Ally finally learns to love herself and be proud of who she truly is. This was a great message for anyone, especially teens to read.

I'm ending the review by listing some of the clever chapter titles that kept me smiling. If you like books about magic combined with great humor, you and your tweens and teens will love Spell Check.

-Note to Self: A Troll is a Lame Birthday Gift.
-Note to Self: Sleep is awesome. I should try it sometime.
-Note to Self: Just because a tiny man shows up at your door with an elk in tow doesn't prove anything about Santa Claus.
-Note to Self: Dragon Boats are sarcastic, unhelpful, and deserve to sink.
-Note to Self: No matter what can be worse. At least I'm not married to a troll.
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HASH(0x8d7a44c8) étoiles sur 5 Magical story! 23 octobre 2014
Par Rhonda - Publié sur
Format: Broché

Spell Check is full of drama, action, teenage drama, magic gone wild, humor and characters that you like. Also it is a clean read. it grabs your attention right off.
It is almost Halloween and Ally has agreed to help the cheerleaders film a skit. She is going to be hanged as a witch. When Ally is hanging from a tree things go wrong fast. Ally starts wishing bad things to happen to them. It comes true.

Ally has just turned 16. Her parents are divorced for two years now. They still fight when ever they get together. So when Ally realizes her wishes are coming true. She tries to wish her parents to stop fighting with each other and get back together. They then disappear.

How many times do you say you wish something to happen when your mad or frustrated? Ally says it a lot but her wishes are coming true. She tells her brother she wished he would stop talking and he goes mute. She really did not want that to happen.

Her grandmother from Sweden comes to help Ally to find her parents and undo the trouble she caused from her wishes. She also needs to be prepared to be tested by the Troll King on Halloween. Time is running out.

I did not put the book down last night till I had finished the book.

The suspense of what was happening to Ally and why was good. Ally's crush and first date was cute. The action when she ended up rescuing her parents from the Amazon was good and funny. It was fun to read.

I would say that any age could enjoy this story. Probably start in middle school.

I was given Spell Check to read by Author so I could honestly review it.
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HASH(0x8d7a481c) étoiles sur 5 Funny, Witty, and Riveting! 6 juillet 2014
Par Shiemton - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I read this book yesterday and absolutely loved it. I found myself giggling quite often and there were times when i just couldn't help but laugh right out loud. The moments I had to put it down I couldn't wait to pick it back up and finally finished it at 3 am.
This book is a keeper. I need to have it in paperback form too.
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HASH(0x8d7a45d0) étoiles sur 5 I loved this story 25 juillet 2014
Par Book Mom Reviews - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I loved this story! Yes, it’s the typical “I-just-found-out-I’m-special” type YA paranormal story—but this one is funny and clever. It incorporates some of the Swedish mythology, which was new for me and fun.

It starts with a group of cheerleaders “hanging” Allyson on her birthday, which just happens to be a few days before Halloween. Allyson, being a typical teenager and clueless about her powers, wreaks havoc upon them. It’s awesome!

Trying to wrap her brain around the fact that she’s a witch, learning to control her wishes, and then the Troll Trials… every time you think it can’t get any worse for poor Allyson, it does!

One of the things that I really liked is that it’s Allyson’s character, and not her witch powers, that get her through the worst of it. Like any teen (or adult) under pressure, she thinks about being mean but she rarely acts on it. She rises to the occasion rather than sinking to the level of those around her.

This is a fun, clean read. I’d recommend it to any teens and above who like YA fantasy/paranormal. And I hope there’s going to be a sequel!
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