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Read ✓ The Rules of Magic By Alice Hoffman – Bogou.us

The Rules of Magic Find Your MagicFor The Owens Family, Love Is A Curse That Began In 1620, When Maria Owens Was Charged With Witchery For Loving The Wrong Man.Hundreds Of Years Later, In New York City At The Cusp Of The Sixties, When The Whole World Is About To Change, Susanna Owens Knows That Her Three Children Are Dangerously Unique Difficult Franny, With Skin As Pale As Milk And Blood Red Hair, Shy And Beautiful Jet, Who Can Read Other People S Thoughts, And Charismatic Vincent, Who Began Looking For Trouble On The Day He Could Walk.From The Start Susanna Sets Down Rules For Her Children No Walking In The Moonlight, No Red Shoes, No Wearing Black, No Cats, No Crows, No Candles, No Books About Magic And Most Importantly, Never, Ever, Fall In Love But When Her Children Visit Their Aunt Isabelle, In The Small Massachusetts Town Where The Owens Family Has Been Blamed For Everything That Has Ever Gone Wrong, They Uncover Family Secrets And Begin To Understand The Truth Of Who They Are Back In New York City Each Begins A Risky Journey As They Try To Escape The Family Curse.The Owens Children Cannot Escape Love Even If They Try, Just As They Cannot Escape The Pains Of The Human Heart The Two Beautiful Sisters Will Grow Up To Be The Revered, And Sometimes Feared, Aunts In Practical Magic, While Vincent, Their Beloved Brother, Will Leave An Unexpected Legacy.

Read ✓ The Rules of Magic  By Alice Hoffman – Bogou.us
  • Hardcover
  • 369 pages
  • The Rules of Magic
  • Alice Hoffman
  • English
  • 15 February 2019
  • 1501137476

    10 thoughts on “Read ✓ The Rules of Magic By Alice Hoffman – Bogou.us


  1. says:

    It s FANTASTIC The Rules of Magic , is such a wonderful world to visit Most people avoided the Owens family believing any entanglement with them would taint not only their present but their future as well It was said that some family members could place a single horse hair into a pan of water and turn it into a snake Yikes that might scare me away from them too Ha But oh how I loved this family who came from a long line of witches as far back as the year 1620 when Maria Owens wa It s FANTASTIC The Rules of Magic , is such a wonderful world to visit Most people avoided the Owens family believing any entanglement with them would taint not only their present but their future as well It was said that some family members could place a single horse hair into a pan of water and turn it into a snake Yikes that might scare me away from them too Ha But oh how I loved this family who came from a long line of witches as far back as the y...


  2. says:

    If you don t read this book because you don t believe in witches or in magic, you would truly be missing out on a wonderful story that is about so muchIf you don t read this book because you haven t read Practical Magic, the book to which this is a prequel, you d be missing out I haven t read Practical Magic although I intend to now , but yet I loved so much about this book It is not just a story of spells and potions and special powers It is a story of family, of love, a story that If you don t read this book because you don t believe in witches or in magic, you would truly be missing out on a wonderful story that is about so muchIf you don t read this book because you haven t read Practical Magic, the book to which this is a prequel, you d be missing out I haven t read Practical Magic although I intend to now , but yet I loved so much about this book It is not just a story of spells and potions and special powers It is a story of family, of love, a story that reflects so much about the times in the 1960 s There IS real magic in this story, though It was the spell that Alice Hoffman s writing cast over me that made me accept who these characters are in sp...


  3. says:

    How much did I love this book I cannot even count the ways.Franny, Bridget Jet , and Vincent Owens are siblings growing up in New York City in the late 1950s and early 1960s, raised by no nonsense parents who discourage their children from exploring their uniqueness Their mot...


  4. says:

    It was clear from the start that they were not like other children, therefore Susanna felt she had no choice but to set down rules No walking in the moonlight, no Ouija boards, no candles, no red shoes, no wearing black, no going shoeless, no amulets, no night blooming flowers, no reading novels about magic, no cats, no crows, and no venturing below Fourteenth Street Yet no matter how Susanna tried to enforce these rules, the children continued to thwart her Do you ever read a wonderful book It was clear from the start that they were not like other children...


  5. says:

    The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman is a 2017 is a Simon Schuster publication Those eccentric aunts fromPractical MagicJust what is their backstory anyway I was so excited when I heard this book was going to be a prequel to Practical Magic Finally, we learn the history behind the infamous curse that plagues the Owens women and discover the legacy behind the love potions and herbs, and the complicated emotions swirling around Frances and Jet I usually try to reserve my enthusiasm The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman is a 2017 is a Simon Schuster publication Those eccentric aunts fromPractical MagicJust what is their backstory anyway I was so excited when I heard this book was going to be a prequel to Practical Magic Finally, we learn the history behind the infamous curse that plagues the Owens women and discover the legacy behind the love potions and herbs, and the complicated emotions swirling around Frances and Jet I usually try to reserve my enthusiasm when a sequel or prequel is released for a popular book or movie, especially with such a lengthy time gap in between, but when one stellar revi...


  6. says:

    Woo woo here, woo woo there Here a witch, there a witch, everywhere a witch witch.Sadly, I couldn t finish this one I never should have requested it, knowing that magical realism isn t my thing Reading it has been torture, so I m stopping right now, a quarter of the way through Life is too short for me to spend hours reading something I hate Reading fiction must be fun or intriguing otherwise, what s the point My fault I let myself get seduced by re...


  7. says:

    Rating 4.5 Release date 10 10 17 Magical Enough said, end review Seriously, I loved this book I got an email one day asking if I was wanted to read this new book by Alice Hoffman I didn t even think, I just replied YES The Rules of Magic is the prequel to Hoffman s huge selling book and movie, Practical Magic Even though this is a prequel, I will say this..You DO NOT have to read Practical Magic before reading this one In Practical Magic, the main characters had two aunts that took c Rating 4.5 Release date 10 10 17 Magical Enough said, end review Seriously, I loved this book I got an email one day asking if I was wanted to read this new book by Alice Hoffman I didn t even think, I just replied YES The Rules of Magic is the prequel to Hoffman s huge selling book and movie, Practical Magic Even though this is a prequel, I will say this..You DO NOT have to read Practical Magic before reading this one In Practical Magic, the main characters had two aunts that took care of them for a bit They were really not in the book that much Fleeting in and out a few times In the Rules of Magic, you learn about the lives of those aunts, starting when they were children.The Rules of Magic is the story of Franny, Jet, and their brother Vincent They know they are different from others, but not sure why They know their mother rules them and keeps things from them, but they are not sure why She urges no walking in the moonlight, no red shoes, no wearing black, no cats, no crows, no candles, no bo...


  8. says:

    5 Crazy, Dazzling Reckless Stars The Rules of Magic is a Mystical, Whimsical, Fantastical and Heartbreaking Novel about the Owen family Siblings, Franny, Jet and Vincent, who are given simple, yet strange rules by their mother Susanna no walking in moonlight, no wearing black, no wearing red shoes, no cats or crows, no candles and no reading books about magic Oh. and the biggest rule No falling in love They are provided no explanation None They obey. though they don t know why 5 Crazy, Dazzling Reckless Stars The Rules of Magic is a Mystical, Whimsical, Fantastical and Heartbreaking Novel about the Owen family Siblings, Franny, Jet and Vincent, who are given simple, yet strange rules by their mother Susanna no walking in moonlight, no wearing black, no wearing red shoes, no cats or crows, no candles and no reading books about magic Oh. and the biggest rule No falling in love They are provided no explanation...


  9. says:

    The Rules of Magic was the October 2017 fiction group read in the goodreads group reading for pleasure After a two month delay, my library had the book for me, and I was all too happy to read it before the end of the year Last month, I read Isabel Allende s new book and it left a sour taste in my mouth because it was devoid of her magical realism which I love I had been searching for a book full of magical realism to read, and The Rules of Magic, whileabout actual magic than magical rea The Rules of Magic was the October 2017 fiction group read in the goodreads group reading for pleasure After a two month delay, my library had the book for me, and I was all too hap...


  10. says:

    It seems to be a hit and miss with me and Hoffman I loved The Dovekeepers and The Story Sisters but not so much with The Marriage of Opposites This one didn t grab me from under the table at the start I think it s the magic thing it s difficult for me to suspend belief, BUT, once I finally let go of that conception, the sto...

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