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Sophie Stone doesn't want to leave the bright lights of LA for the dreary little burg of Mythic, Massachusetts. So why, then, does she feel eerily drawn to the place? And why, after she crosses the county line, does she begin having headaches, accompanied by strange and frightening visions? At least school is a bright spot—Sophie is immediately accepted by the coolest, mos Sophie Stone doesn't want to leave the bright lights of LA for the dreary little burg of Mythic, Massachusetts. So why, then, does she feel eerily drawn to the place? And why, after she crosses the county line, does she begin having headaches, accompanied by strange and frightening visions? At least school is a bright spot—Sophie is immediately accepted by the coolest, most popular, best-dressed girls at Mythic High. But what she doesn't know is that her new friends don't buy their couture—they conjure it! They're a coven of witches, formed to save the town from an evil that is rising, an evil that was foretold decades ago. And Sophie is their leader! Will Sophie embrace her powers and save the town? Or is Mythic totally hexed?


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Sophie Stone doesn't want to leave the bright lights of LA for the dreary little burg of Mythic, Massachusetts. So why, then, does she feel eerily drawn to the place? And why, after she crosses the county line, does she begin having headaches, accompanied by strange and frightening visions? At least school is a bright spot—Sophie is immediately accepted by the coolest, mos Sophie Stone doesn't want to leave the bright lights of LA for the dreary little burg of Mythic, Massachusetts. So why, then, does she feel eerily drawn to the place? And why, after she crosses the county line, does she begin having headaches, accompanied by strange and frightening visions? At least school is a bright spot—Sophie is immediately accepted by the coolest, most popular, best-dressed girls at Mythic High. But what she doesn't know is that her new friends don't buy their couture—they conjure it! They're a coven of witches, formed to save the town from an evil that is rising, an evil that was foretold decades ago. And Sophie is their leader! Will Sophie embrace her powers and save the town? Or is Mythic totally hexed?

30 review for Hex Education

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Proffitt

    An intriguing cover, pun title, and 25¢ book sale at Marissa's Books today had me give this a shot. And I was engaged for a while. Unfortunately, by the halfway point it becomes clear that the authors are not interested in being at all original and the heroine is still in denial about magic even as she's has clearly cast spells and encountered a magic book. Magic Book, people! How do you not examine a magic book?!? When I stopped Ye Olde Magyk Booke had been relegated to under her bed for three w An intriguing cover, pun title, and 25¢ book sale at Marissa's Books today had me give this a shot. And I was engaged for a while. Unfortunately, by the halfway point it becomes clear that the authors are not interested in being at all original and the heroine is still in denial about magic even as she's has clearly cast spells and encountered a magic book. Magic Book, people! How do you not examine a magic book?!? When I stopped Ye Olde Magyk Booke had been relegated to under her bed for three weeks and she was still too much a coward to open it again (it had not done anything more threatening than answering a perfectly normal question). So yeah, no thanks. And to be clear, there's some originality here. I liked the parental setup and there was potential in the town. And someone closer to the intended audience would probably have lots more patience than I did. It's not awful, is all I'm saying. So two stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie

    2019 me: This book is far from perfect. Does it deserve 4 stars? I don’t know but I have such nostalgia in how I bought it so maybe that bro ha something to the rating. Some parts I rolled my eyes (I mean main character is 14...) and I only remembered the ending closer to the end, even after reading this for a 4th time. Book 1 of my 2017 Re-reads To be honest going into this I didn't remember the plot whatsoever. I remember buying this based on the clever title in some random bookstore. I know I l 2019 me: This book is far from perfect. Does it deserve 4 stars? I don’t know but I have such nostalgia in how I bought it so maybe that bro ha something to the rating. Some parts I rolled my eyes (I mean main character is 14...) and I only remembered the ending closer to the end, even after reading this for a 4th time. Book 1 of my 2017 Re-reads To be honest going into this I didn't remember the plot whatsoever. I remember buying this based on the clever title in some random bookstore. I know I loved this back then but it's no longer five stars for me. It's still just as fluffy as I remember (the only thing about this book I do remember) and the magic/ witch aspect still makes me happy, also all those shop titles get me too.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    I really liked this book even though it is a teen book. That is a key point to remember. They act and are teens. Who try to bully, talk about each other, think they are better than others. Sophie was mad about the move to her dad's hometown to save it. But she had a an just to join a minor click and ride it out. She wasn't prepared to find out she was a witch and would actually be apart of saving the town. This book did have some fun parts. I enjoyed it.o I really liked this book even though it is a teen book. That is a key point to remember. They act and are teens. Who try to bully, talk about each other, think they are better than others. Sophie was mad about the move to her dad's hometown to save it. But she had a an just to join a minor click and ride it out. She wasn't prepared to find out she was a witch and would actually be apart of saving the town. This book did have some fun parts. I enjoyed it.o

  4. 5 out of 5

    Miss Ryoko

    UGH!!!!!!!!! This book had a decent start... but then... This little novel had a good start that held promise. The writing wasn't too horrible, however the plotline itself was kind of blah. Still, it was entertaining and held my attention. But then about the middle, the rockiness started. It wasn't too bad. The girls finding out they were witches, I felt, was just poorly written out. They were a little freaked out at first but then suddenly it was alright, no worries. While of course I believe tha UGH!!!!!!!!! This book had a decent start... but then... This little novel had a good start that held promise. The writing wasn't too horrible, however the plotline itself was kind of blah. Still, it was entertaining and held my attention. But then about the middle, the rockiness started. It wasn't too bad. The girls finding out they were witches, I felt, was just poorly written out. They were a little freaked out at first but then suddenly it was alright, no worries. While of course I believe that could happen, it just seemed so quick. In addition to that, Sophie was becoming increasingly more annoying. I was finding it really hard to feel sorry for her or be on her side because she was so whiny and slightly bitchy. She is a very, very BLAH main character. Oh, and speaking of things that were happening too fast... um... that ending? This is where the book didn't just go down hill... oh no, it fell off a cliff. It was, quite possibly, one of the worst endings I've ever read. There was seriously NOTHING good about that ending. How did Emily Gould and Zareen Jaffery think that that god awful ending was a good idea? It baffles my mind. (view spoiler)[So Paul is the "evil witch"... which, I'll give them that. I was dead set on it being Linc. But his motive for it is entirely stupid. "I just wanted you to love me Sophie but you wouldn't so now I have to destroy you unless you decide to be with me." Oh please, not only is that the most OVER DONE "bad guy" reason for anything, it is completely stupid. Beyond that, Paul claims that he is stronger than Sophie's coven, and we're told that the evil witch will have pretty formidable powers in earlier chapters... yet all it takes is the girls to chant the spell a few times and they win? How insanely easy and stupid!! Why were they even worried about it when all they had to do was say some words?!? And then after that!? "Oh, hey cool guys look we defeated the evil witch. Let's go back to the dance and have a good time!! No need to deal with this guy. We'll just make Ms. Lerner who has literally just magically appeared take care of him. We don't need to worry about this situation anymore." And really.... "Your mother is going to hear about this?" Oh... okay, so now it's suddenly cool to let other people know that witches/warlocks exist. WTF? It's almost as if the authors just got so bored writing this book they were like "Okay... so who can be the evil witch? How about Paul? Okay great, well since Sophie has been kind of turning him down, let's make that the reason why he's evil and then the other girls will come and they'll say some words, then he'll be defeated, and then they'll just go back to their party like it's no big deal because OMG is this book becoming a chore to write." (hide spoiler)] That is exactly what that ending felt like. As they say these days "I can't even." A shame really. It was mildly entertaining, and I felt that a 3 star rating would be dished out. But not after that horrendous excuse for an ending. I'd actually like to give this book a lower rating, but because I didn't mind it for the most part, I'll give it a tiny bit of leeway. But really, that's probably more than this book deserves.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    Seriously. Why do authors (first time novelists or not) continue to use the name-tag introduction? I’m so over that, but it seems like authors have this weird idea that beginning your story with, “Hi! My Name is ________” is a good way to capture your reader’s attention. Fact: it’s not. A story like that—according to me, anyway—will start my review with negative thoughts. And with an introduction like that, I never expect the books to be great. And surprise, surprise, not a great book. Just okay Seriously. Why do authors (first time novelists or not) continue to use the name-tag introduction? I’m so over that, but it seems like authors have this weird idea that beginning your story with, “Hi! My Name is ________” is a good way to capture your reader’s attention. Fact: it’s not. A story like that—according to me, anyway—will start my review with negative thoughts. And with an introduction like that, I never expect the books to be great. And surprise, surprise, not a great book. Just okay. It reminds me of Kelly McClymer’s witch series about Prudence Steward: basic girl finds out she’s a witch. Except in this case, it comes with the predictable “I must save the world!” storyline. Wow! Not. Flat characters, boring male protagonist-turned-antagonist. All Paul does is mope with his droopy eyes and tries to save Sophie Stone heroically. In fact, there are a lot of heroes’ references, which further weakens the plot. Mentioning Superman while you’re trying to write your own “heroine saves the world” story doesn’t help. In fact, it will just encourage readers to make comparisons, most of which will be bad. I love stories about witches and magic, but weak storylines and annoying protagonists like Sophie Stone (and what kind of name is this? I like alliterations, but Sophie Stone is not appealing) just doesn’t do the topic justice. But let’s get back to Paul. Not much of a shocker when it’s revealed that he’s the “evil witch” they’re looking for all this time. But I can’t stop groaning about the reason behind it. He’s this loser who’s tired to being picked on and when he suddenly gets his magical powers, he’s up to no good. And when he meets Sophie, he falls in love with her, but Sophie treats him as a friend and likes “bad-boy” Linc instead. This makes him wield his power more negatively. When Paul gets discovered—brace yourself for my comments now—he gives Sophie two choices: she can either go against him or become his lover. Oh. My. God. Can this be any more—I don’t know—STUPID? That’s for television drama, and there’s a reason why I’m not watching soap operas, but instead chose to read a book. If I take his age into account (14 years old and a freshmen) then I call it major teenage stupidity. You expect Paul’s lines to be from a psycho, not someone like him. I just about tossed the book aside right then, but I continued, and it gets worse. When Paul gets stopped by Sophie and her coven, he starts bawling like a baby. It’s like one of those dumb, doesn’t-make-sense-logically cartoon shows where the villain is practically the stupidest person ever written. And I know that’s not true. Psychos/maniacs/villains are often smart and scheming. If you’re interested in better written stories about witchcraft, try Sweep by Cate Tiernan. Now that’s an author who’s shown tremendous research, creativity, and talent for writing. Not like these two authors. But then again, first-timers hardly make an impression. Especially when you make your debut with something like this.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Allegra

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Sophie Stone is living happily in L.A. when suddenly her parents decide to move her to Mythic, a place known for its witches, and all spooky things. At first Sophie is a loner, having only a geeky boy as her friend, until she gets accepted into an exclusive clique. As the clique becomes better friends they all learn that they are witches and together they have to fight the dark magic that is rising in Mythic I can connect this book to another series I have read called "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" Sophie Stone is living happily in L.A. when suddenly her parents decide to move her to Mythic, a place known for its witches, and all spooky things. At first Sophie is a loner, having only a geeky boy as her friend, until she gets accepted into an exclusive clique. As the clique becomes better friends they all learn that they are witches and together they have to fight the dark magic that is rising in Mythic I can connect this book to another series I have read called "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" Both books are similar because they deal with young teens who happen to be witches. Both of the books show the struggles that come with being a witch (having to hide it from humans, not being able to tell people) and even the perks that come with it too (being able to magically get the coolest clothes, and embaress the bullies). Overall I give this book 3 out of 5 stars. The reason I give this book only 3 stars is because the whole plot was very predictable and the ending seemed extremly rushed. However this book was cute, and a good read. I would reccomnd this book to people who like fantasy with a splash of wicca.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shira

    As a preteen I remember liking this book. Went back and reread it a little while ago and cringed at the fact that I had ever liked it. The book is very fluffy-- don't know how else to describe it. What I mean is the problems it deals with are quite superficial and the writing is a tad juvenile. Of course, it is written for preteens and I am no longer one, so, perhaps, I am being overly judgmental. It's definitely not one of those YA (I hesitate in calling it YA because I would say the target demo As a preteen I remember liking this book. Went back and reread it a little while ago and cringed at the fact that I had ever liked it. The book is very fluffy-- don't know how else to describe it. What I mean is the problems it deals with are quite superficial and the writing is a tad juvenile. Of course, it is written for preteens and I am no longer one, so, perhaps, I am being overly judgmental. It's definitely not one of those YA (I hesitate in calling it YA because I would say the target demographic is a bit younger than that, but I wouldn't call it a children's book either) books that you can go back and read when you're older. I suppose it is good for a certain age group (11 or 12, maybe). It's a cute book and I did enjoy it when I was younger, so I hate to be too critical. Ultimately, though, I think that you can probably find something more substantial to read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kate (VerbVixen)

    Hex Education: Not as Riveting as It Sounds Hex Education- Emily Gould and Zareen Jaffrey With a suggestive title like Hex Education and such an adorable cover, I expected so much more from this book. I found the plot predictable and the overall reading too juvenile for my liking. I thought the idea of the home-coming, the movie background, the family goth sensibilities were all good ideas, but it was really the coven members with all their charm that redeemed this book a bit. They reminded me of Hex Education: Not as Riveting as It Sounds Hex Education- Emily Gould and Zareen Jaffrey With a suggestive title like Hex Education and such an adorable cover, I expected so much more from this book. I found the plot predictable and the overall reading too juvenile for my liking. I thought the idea of the home-coming, the movie background, the family goth sensibilities were all good ideas, but it was really the coven members with all their charm that redeemed this book a bit. They reminded me of a witch’s version of the Babysitter’s Club and that is precisely the age and reading level I’d recommend for Hex Education. On the question Linc or Paul: I think they both have their flaws and neither truly captivated me. In the end, I felt kind of bad for the villain, or at least understood the motives behind the actions. Overall: B-

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Crawford

    Sophie Stone is 14. Her mother and father have decided to move to Mythic, Massachusetts. Her father is a horror movie maker, and her mother is a costume designer. The town itself has a history of witchcraft and death. Sophie is very upset at being forced to relocate. As with other books of this type, she finds out she has powers of her own, and a group of girls at school also are budding witches. They would prefer to use their abilities to conjure new clothes, but the history of the town reveals Sophie Stone is 14. Her mother and father have decided to move to Mythic, Massachusetts. Her father is a horror movie maker, and her mother is a costume designer. The town itself has a history of witchcraft and death. Sophie is very upset at being forced to relocate. As with other books of this type, she finds out she has powers of her own, and a group of girls at school also are budding witches. They would prefer to use their abilities to conjure new clothes, but the history of the town reveals that every so often a dark force arises and basically destroys the town. It's going to be their job to find out who, or what, this dark force is, and to learn enough actual witchcraft to be able to have the power to face the darkness and save the town. There's nothing that really sets this book off from the many others of its kind. It's still a good book, but not really different.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo.com Sophie's in for a rough year. Not only have her parents decided to move across the country, but they're heading to the hometown of her father, Mythic, Massachusetts, a popular destination spot for horror fanatics. She has no desire to be away from Los Angeles and couldn't be less interested in her parents' and the town's horror obsession. However, she's about to change her mind. Sophie soon meets a group of girls who have the power to create anythi Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo.com Sophie's in for a rough year. Not only have her parents decided to move across the country, but they're heading to the hometown of her father, Mythic, Massachusetts, a popular destination spot for horror fanatics. She has no desire to be away from Los Angeles and couldn't be less interested in her parents' and the town's horror obsession. However, she's about to change her mind. Sophie soon meets a group of girls who have the power to create anything their hearts desire. And they recognize the same characteristics in Sophie. Before long, they realize they must combat the evil witch who's creating the freak storms in town. If you're interested in witchcraft, don't miss this one!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Linda Katzman

    What would you do if your parents moved all the way across the country just before you started high school? That is exactly what Sophie Stone’s parents did. As if it isn’t bad enough that her father is the renowned horror director Spooky Stone. He has dragged her back to his gothic hometown founded by witches running from persecution. Sophie luckily falls in with a group of fashionable girls at school. When weird things start happening around her, Sophie finds out that she is a direct descendant What would you do if your parents moved all the way across the country just before you started high school? That is exactly what Sophie Stone’s parents did. As if it isn’t bad enough that her father is the renowned horror director Spooky Stone. He has dragged her back to his gothic hometown founded by witches running from persecution. Sophie luckily falls in with a group of fashionable girls at school. When weird things start happening around her, Sophie finds out that she is a direct descendant of one of those founding witches. She has to decide whether to accept her newfound powers or let the town be destroyed by the evil that has come back to terrorize the town.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Hex Education By: Emily Gould & Zareen Jaffery Hex Education was a very enjoyable read from the first page to the end. I didn't want this story to end. The plot of this story kept my interest the whole time while reading this book. This story has a little bit of everything. Good witches, bad witch, spells, good friends and wonderful characters you will not forget. I would love to read more books by these two authors. This was my first Young Adult read and it won't be my last. Emily Gould & Zareen Ja Hex Education By: Emily Gould & Zareen Jaffery Hex Education was a very enjoyable read from the first page to the end. I didn't want this story to end. The plot of this story kept my interest the whole time while reading this book. This story has a little bit of everything. Good witches, bad witch, spells, good friends and wonderful characters you will not forget. I would love to read more books by these two authors. This was my first Young Adult read and it won't be my last. Emily Gould & Zareen Jaffery got me wanting to read more YA and more books by them. I look forward to more books by these authors.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    My take: Read another paranormal YA book. This one is seriously boring. The writing is of the "tell, not show" school of thought. The lone item I liked--the main character is the daughter of a horror movie director and his muse. I could imagine if Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter moved to New England and how their kid (who, in this case, is far more interested in shopping than paranormal activity) would fare. This book was a "Did not finish" for me. It wasn't bad, it just wasn't very good eit My take: Read another paranormal YA book. This one is seriously boring. The writing is of the "tell, not show" school of thought. The lone item I liked--the main character is the daughter of a horror movie director and his muse. I could imagine if Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter moved to New England and how their kid (who, in this case, is far more interested in shopping than paranormal activity) would fare. This book was a "Did not finish" for me. It wasn't bad, it just wasn't very good either. Keep reading? I'm not sure if this is a series or not but either way, no. notalwaysthebutler.blogspot.com

  14. 5 out of 5

    Caleigh G.

    I like some other reviewers thought this book looked like a fun cute book that would take me into a fun world but rather it was so Mary Sue that I struggled just to finish the book. They did not portray teenagers like they should have, instead they portrayed them as parents think us teenagers act....we dont act like that. Especially the girly scenes with hugs all around! And how they treat the boys in the books. They did the typical hot, sweet, adorable boy and then the nerdy, awkward, evil boy. I like some other reviewers thought this book looked like a fun cute book that would take me into a fun world but rather it was so Mary Sue that I struggled just to finish the book. They did not portray teenagers like they should have, instead they portrayed them as parents think us teenagers act....we dont act like that. Especially the girly scenes with hugs all around! And how they treat the boys in the books. They did the typical hot, sweet, adorable boy and then the nerdy, awkward, evil boy... The title, good. The parents, funny. The story...... yeah I wouldn't read it again, it would just make me annoyed. I would never read this book again.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Margarita

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A good read. Three star rating for normal. I felt like there should have been more to the story and the characters. The whole story went by so fast and we didn't learn much about any of the characters. Maybe a cliche on the whole nice girl meets bad boy story but hey, that's what makes a book sell right?It was good none-the-less.Good laughs and likeable characters.I would recommend it to girls who have nothing to do during the summer and who have spent all of their allowance ordering anime of of A good read. Three star rating for normal. I felt like there should have been more to the story and the characters. The whole story went by so fast and we didn't learn much about any of the characters. Maybe a cliche on the whole nice girl meets bad boy story but hey, that's what makes a book sell right?It was good none-the-less.Good laughs and likeable characters.I would recommend it to girls who have nothing to do during the summer and who have spent all of their allowance ordering anime of off Amazon.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Flisan Granberg

    Ugh... Read this in a afternoon, and really want to read something "well written" now. Searched my library's catalogue a few days ago, found this and thought it seemed interesting so filed a reservation and mum picked it up for me today. Shallow and very poorly written characters, boring and overused story and what's with Sophie's hatred for anything dark and mysterious (read - awesome)?! That alone wanted me to stop reading, but thought I should finish what I've started. Don't really recommend Ugh... Read this in a afternoon, and really want to read something "well written" now. Searched my library's catalogue a few days ago, found this and thought it seemed interesting so filed a reservation and mum picked it up for me today. Shallow and very poorly written characters, boring and overused story and what's with Sophie's hatred for anything dark and mysterious (read - awesome)?! That alone wanted me to stop reading, but thought I should finish what I've started. Don't really recommend it, unless you just want something simple and fluffy to read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    YA GOULD - witchcraft, girlfriends, high school, fashion, clean read Sophie Stone, LA-born and bred offspring of a horror movie director, is dragged to a tiny Massachusettes town for her freshman year. Mythic is her father's hometown and has quite a history of witchcraft. But when things start happening as she thinks of them, Sophie worries there's more to the myth in Mythic than she imagined. Sloppy writing, nothing very compelling here. For fans of the clique novels. 12+ YA GOULD - witchcraft, girlfriends, high school, fashion, clean read Sophie Stone, LA-born and bred offspring of a horror movie director, is dragged to a tiny Massachusettes town for her freshman year. Mythic is her father's hometown and has quite a history of witchcraft. But when things start happening as she thinks of them, Sophie worries there's more to the myth in Mythic than she imagined. Sloppy writing, nothing very compelling here. For fans of the clique novels. 12+

  18. 5 out of 5

    Meg Williams

    I've read some of the other reviews for this book, and I have to agree with the recurring theme-this book's pretty shallow. With predictable endings, a whole lot of suspending belief and the "save the world" crap, it's definitely a filler book-great for when you just need to read something dumb, or are between books (as in, ACTUAL books). Definitely not a book worth rereading or buying-but it's not the worst trashy novel to emerge. I've read some of the other reviews for this book, and I have to agree with the recurring theme-this book's pretty shallow. With predictable endings, a whole lot of suspending belief and the "save the world" crap, it's definitely a filler book-great for when you just need to read something dumb, or are between books (as in, ACTUAL books). Definitely not a book worth rereading or buying-but it's not the worst trashy novel to emerge.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    one of the best books i have ever read when i was in high school and i would love to own it I've been wanting to own this book sense i read it all those years ago My aunt ordered it for me off of amazon for my birthday and i can't wait to get it I read it again still grate as when i read it the first time too bad they couldn't turn it into a movie now that is a Halloween i would most definitely WATCH one of the best books i have ever read when i was in high school and i would love to own it I've been wanting to own this book sense i read it all those years ago My aunt ordered it for me off of amazon for my birthday and i can't wait to get it I read it again still grate as when i read it the first time too bad they couldn't turn it into a movie now that is a Halloween i would most definitely WATCH

  20. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Spoiler Alert. I can't like a book where the only guy who treats the female main character with respect is suddenly revealed to be the evil plotting wizard, and the guy who acts like a total jerk gets the girl in the end. Plus it was too close to the Wicca side of magic for my tastes. If the book hadn't been such a short piece, I wouldn't have even finished it. Spoiler Alert. I can't like a book where the only guy who treats the female main character with respect is suddenly revealed to be the evil plotting wizard, and the guy who acts like a total jerk gets the girl in the end. Plus it was too close to the Wicca side of magic for my tastes. If the book hadn't been such a short piece, I wouldn't have even finished it.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kristib

    i loved almost everything about this book but the ending was a little disappointing. i was expecting something much bigger than what was delivered. the book, as a whole, reminded me of one of those cheesy 30 minute specials shown on ABC family around halloween. i would have loved another chapter or two, or for the ending to be a little more drawn out.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    This was a really cute book. While there were a lot of spelling and grammar errors I was able to disregard that since the story still flowed fairly well. I thought that the ending could have been a little bit more longer, I felt as though it ended a little quickly. But other than that I recommend this is a cute, quick read. I was able to read it in about 2 sittings!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cory

    This was interesting enough . . . decent teen fiction. I can see that girls who are interested in witchcraft and romance would like it. However, the ending was so anticlimactic as to boggle my mind.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jennie

    Nice book, I liked the main character. I thought the parents were amusing and I liked the rest of the coven. I also liked the introduction to magic. I think I was a tad old for this book, but I still enjoyed it and I'd read sequels if they existed. Nice book, I liked the main character. I thought the parents were amusing and I liked the rest of the coven. I also liked the introduction to magic. I think I was a tad old for this book, but I still enjoyed it and I'd read sequels if they existed.

  25. 5 out of 5

    April

    Pretty good, general teen magic but it has a twist to it. And it's a series which is always a plus for me because I read so fast. Definently worth a read if you like the whole fantasy genre with a teen outlook, which I happen to be a big fan of. Pretty good, general teen magic but it has a twist to it. And it's a series which is always a plus for me because I read so fast. Definently worth a read if you like the whole fantasy genre with a teen outlook, which I happen to be a big fan of.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Xyra

    Seemed to me like Mean Girls meets Sabrina, The Teenage Witch only with the numbers reversed. In this case the foursome are cool and good while there is one severely twisted girl and one evil warlock. The girls struggle with their new found powers, but in the end they do fulfill their destiny.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carmen Long

    I really wanted to like this book. From the blurb on the back cover, it sounded like it could be interesting. I think if it had been aimed at an older audience, I would have liked it more. While it wasn't horrible, it wasn't great either. It was just ok. I really wanted to like this book. From the blurb on the back cover, it sounded like it could be interesting. I think if it had been aimed at an older audience, I would have liked it more. While it wasn't horrible, it wasn't great either. It was just ok.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nikita

    I only picked up this book because the co-editor of my favorite website "Gawker" wrote it. I would have liked it better if I were a young adult...but I'm not. Thank God. I only picked up this book because the co-editor of my favorite website "Gawker" wrote it. I would have liked it better if I were a young adult...but I'm not. Thank God.

  29. 4 out of 5

    hiilovemarkhoppus

    It was really short and the ending was predictable and crappy.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Arrianna

    I probably wouldn't read "Hex Education" ,simply because it wasn't that interesting. I probably wouldn't read "Hex Education" ,simply because it wasn't that interesting.

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