Bite-Sized Magic: A Bliss Novel

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A few weeks ago, Rosemary Bliss won a baking contest and was now very famous. Her family bakes with magic, but one morning they get a notice that the government is closing down their bakery. Then Rose gets kidnapped and taken to a factory where there are five recipes she has to perfect before she can go home. The cakes are made to be addictive, so people have to eat more and more and nothing else. They are also made so people will want to do things such as want to kill for the cakes. The Rolling Pin Society is making Mr. Butter, the person holding Rose captive, perfect these cakes so they taste as good as they look. Rose has to find a way to keep Mr. Butter thinking she is doing what he wants as well find a way to stop the Rolling Pin Society from winning.

I think this book is kind of boring around the middle and the start. Toward the end it got quite a bit better and there was a lot more excitement. I like Rose’s and both of her brothers’ characters, and I like how the plot was set up, too. It was a good story, even if it started a little slowly. I liked the way that they temporarily at least shut down the Rolling Pin Society.

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Author Kathryn Littlewood, Erin McGuire, Illustrator
Star Count 3/5
Format Hard
Page Count 256 pages
Publisher Katherine Tegen Books
Publish Date 2/11/2014
ISBN 9780062084262
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Issue March 2014
Category Tweens


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