So You Want to Be a Wizard

↠ So You Want to Be a Wizard Ù Diane Duane ↠ So You Want to Be a Wizard Ù Diane Duane - So You Want to Be a Wizard, So You Want to Be a Wizard Nita Callahan is at the end of her rope because of the bullies who ve been hounding her at school until she discovers a mysterious library book that promises her the chance to become a wizard But she

  • Title: So You Want to Be a Wizard
  • Author: Diane Duane
  • ISBN: 9780152047382
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Hardcover

↠ So You Want to Be a Wizard Ù Diane Duane, So You Want to Be a Wizard, Diane Duane, So You Want to Be a Wizard Nita Callahan is at the end of her rope because of the bullies who ve been hounding her at school until she discovers a mysterious library book that promises her the chance to become a wizard But she has no idea of the difference that taking the Wizard s Oath is going to make in her life Shortly in company with fellow beginner wizard Kit Rodriguez Nita s catapultedNita

So You Want to Be a Wizard

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  1. So you want to stop being bullied, you just want some time to yourself, to read, to do what you want to do, to even make a friend maybe You find a book and it tells you how Your book will take you places Dealing with bullies after reading this book becomes such a small thing Being the person you want to be and doing the things you want to do is so much important So you want to learn how to do wizardly things, talk to trees and suchlike, make things happen, meet new beings, maybe find that lost [...]

  2. Why yes, yes I do.Based on the title, I expected something rather light and possibly silly What I got was something substantial, an old middle grade book YA book that suddenly had me recalling A Wrinkle in Time and A Swiftly Tilting Planet Somehow I missed this one when I was younger, which is too bad An enthusiastic review from a friend thanks, Allie alerted me to this deficiency and I decided to rectify it She strolled between shelves, looking at titles, smiling as she met old friends books s [...]

  3. This is sort of an American, dark and urban version of Harry Potter While browsing shelves at the library, Nita discovers a book with the title So You Want to Be a Wizard She takes it as a joke, but it turns out to be the real deal The spells work and she actually is learning to be a wizard.It turns out that this is the way wizards are trained Their textbooks seek out those with the talent Nita soon finds another wizard named Kit and they go on a really twisted and somewhat scary adventure to a [...]

  4. The perfect fantasy novel there you are in the library, and you pick up one particular book I love Kit and Nita as they struggle with being sloppy and working around their parents as young wizards

  5. Dear Artificer, I ve blown my quanta and gone to the Good Place I m so glad that I decided to re read So You Want to Be a Wizard as part of my self imposed book challenge for this year I d almost forgotten how much I love this book In fact, I love it so much that I almost couldn t read it again At first, I would read a couple of pages and have to put the book down because I d get all teary and junk Not because it s sad although it does have its moments , but because I would remember how much the [...]

  6. The magic and wizardry content in this book was just too strange It s totally possible to write about things that are different from what we experience in this world, but to write them in a way that you understand what s going on In this book, though she uses analogies that don t help make things any clearer When I stopped reading, for example, the 2 young wizards are creating a thing to plug a hole in a thing to keep out a grey cloud that they somehow know wants to eat them clearly I couldn t t [...]

  7. When the young readers in my acquaintance complain that there aren t Harry Potter books to read, I like to suggest this series.I usually start the campaign with a few questions to get them interested What if kid wizards couldn t tell their families about their powers What if they had to risk their lives in secret to keep the world safe I find the pre teen and teen characters in this series to be much engaging and realistic than the self centered, clueless and common sense lacking characters fo [...]

  8. Reading this book, I wished I could time travel I would hand this book to my younger self, when I was Nita s age Because much as I liked this book as an adult, I know that if I d first read this in middle school, I would have loved it.It is a good book, a very good book I take nothing away from Duane, because I think she hit every mark nearly perfectly And I did enjoy reading it, even if I m not hooked Her system of magic is interesting, basically talking the world into doing what you want it to [...]

  9. I started reading this book for the first time when I was grade 8 and I couldn t really get into it I ve finally figured out why.I m reading it again because it was in my house and I needed something to read, and the dialogue feels forced and VERY dated It s almost a condescending mockery of how kids talk The ideas in it are really interesting, but they re described by thirteen year olds who talk like little kids, instead of adults, so the magic is being sucked out of well the magic And then jus [...]

  10. GODDAMMIT DIANE DUANE STOP PUNCHING ME IN THE HEART It s a children s book, they said It s like Harry Potter but in America, they said.You ll have a good time, they saidEY ALL LIED I M NOT CRYING YOU RE CRYING There was a time when this book was about a girl, Nita, getting bullied at school and having her pen stolen and this was the happy fun times This book becomes so much when she hides in a library and finds a book about wizardry A book that materialized there just for her to discover She so [...]

  11. Reading one book is like eating one potato chip This was honestly one of the best middle grade fantasy books, I have ever read It was whimsical, magical and so fun MORE OF THE REVIEW HERE

  12. I must ve been too busy reading Diana Wynne Jones and Madeleine L Engle, because I d never heard of this series growing up It was only in the past couple of years that it came to my attention I have to say, I m not all that impressed Part of the problem is the fact that the book feels dated Usually when that happens, the story is able to carry me along so that I don t notice things like Dictaphones and typewriters non self correcting ones, at that Not with this book I blame most of that on the m [...]

  13. I ve been told to try these so often that I or less assumed the recommendation would be apt, and got a bundle of the whole series in one of Diane Duane s website sales Unfortunately, something about this doesn t work for me I guess it feels too random and immature Stuff like Fred , the white hole , who is the opposite of a black hole, and some of the logic of how magic worked just I didn t feel hooked by it Once I got to the white hole burping up whole cars, I was or less done I just skimmed t [...]

  14. I read this series countless times when I was a teenager, but this was always my least favorite of the lot almost too creepy for me I was never excited to roam around in this particular world the way I was excited to return to High Wizardry or A Wizard Abroad though that last one may have something to do with the love interest sue me.

  15. Conveniently, the very first book chosen for me in my new regular posting series, Sadie Hawkins Sunday, just happened to be a book I already had in my personal collection This series first came onto my radar when I was looking for readalikes for Harry Potter I did enjoy this one thanks Alexa and I m glad I got a chance to dig into my massive collection of unread books.The first thing that you should probably know is that this book was first published in 1983, long before Harry Potter The book de [...]

  16. Everyone one has seen the books like So you wanna be a fill in the blank Nita gets lucky enough to find one that is to help her along her way to become a wizard This is the dream of half the children in America Nita decides she wants to use this book to help her fend off the bullies who constantly beat her up and leave her nursing her wounds and her pride on a daily basis One day as she is learning about her new found magical abilities, she runs into Kit, also a new wizard They put their heads t [...]

  17. Long before Harry Potter, there was Diane Duane s Young Wizards series, about two lonely tweens who become wizards and best friends in a quest to save the world s I devoured these books in middle school, although I didn t fully understand all of the scientific concepts that the author weaves into the storycluding entropy, black holes, string theory, and the lifespan of stars I just remember being fascinated by the exciting adventures of Kit and Nita Re reading this book as an adult, I m even im [...]

  18. I remember reading this book for the first time and finding an entire new world opened up to me I was ten then, in search, as the main character here was, for something deeper something fantastic in everyday life I read this book, the second, and the third in the series in such quick succession that I couldn t believe I d actually managed to make my brain process the words that fast, and I was hooked forever on fantasy Years later I came back to this book and opened it up, and the magic was stil [...]

  19. I think this is the worst book I ever read Only reason I finished it is because it was so short and even then it took me a while to slog through it Didn t even realize it was part of a series when I was reading it, as I had forgotten the reason I had checked it out was because the 6th book in the series made the ALA Teen Top Ten List Very surprised there was enough interest to create a series after this terrible first book Some highlights p 10 A wizard s business is to conserve energy to keep it [...]

  20. Part of what makes great fantasy is a great setting, i.e an original other world that feels real even though it s so different from the world we inhabit I found this book totally lacking in that department Nita and Kit whose names and personalities are too similar I kept getting them mixed up as I read start in the real world as normal kids They meet when they realize they re both aspiring wizards and then they go looking for Nita s lost pen and end up in this horrible, dark alternate universe w [...]

  21. I wanted to like this I really did The beginning was super promising, a totally unique form of magic and how the wizard came across it I was here for Nita, totally dug the fact that it was a male female best friendship and they were both PoC I was here for pretty much everything about this book.Except for the fact that it is socrediblyring I quit at about 60% in when my brain was just screaming ENOOUGH ENOUGH ALREADY every time I thought about picking it up Scenes were dragging, there was no rea [...]

  22. Oh man, it s a good thing a certain someone who talked me into reading Harry Potter this year didn t show these to me until long after I d done with Hogwarts, because Potter co would have suffered even by comparison with these than they already did with the Greats.As I found myself explaining to a work colleague who is trying to get her 13 year old son to read , among the many reasons Duane s Young Wizards books look to be better than Potter is that their would be wizards are teaching themselve [...]

  23. This book is so easy and fast to read but it took me FOREVER to actually read it I kept picking it up, reading twenty pages, and then putting it down in favor of something else Nita is our main character She s a twelve year old girl living in New York She s a bit nerdy her favorite possession is a space pen her uncle gave to her that can write on anything and she s having trouble with a bully in her class at school When she s hiding from said bully in the library after school, she happens across [...]

  24. For years I ve had a few friends tell me that I should try the Young Wizards books by Diane Duane This is based on the fact that I love Diana Wynne Jones books about magic and wizards, and of course I love Harry Potter too So when I spied So You Want To Be a Wizard on the shelves at the library I decided to read it and find out what it was all about.It all starts with Nita running away from bullies She needs a hideout, so she runs into the library and discovers a book in the children s section S [...]

  25. I m pretty sure I should not have had as much trouble getting started in So You Want to be A Wizard by Diane Duane as I did This novel just did not catch me in the beginning, and I m not sure why I suspect I found this novel too late in life If I had read it as a tween young teen it might have resonated than reading it as a middle age woman I guess one thing that threw me off was the bantering amount of physic terminology that I found distracting in preteen kids Once I got past that, I did enjo [...]

  26. At first glance, it seems like something a Harry Potter fan like myself would adore.I loved the opening scene, where the main character goes into a library and is thinking about how much she loves books libraries My god, the author captured that feeling perfectly True readers will understand the beautiful of that part But after that It just falls flat The writing style is awkward, and bland It turned magic into something dull confusing Maybe it could be excused because of the fact that we were r [...]

  27. I honestly picked this book up by accident Which, if you ve read the series, is quite ironic.I really fell in love with Duane s world It seems almost realistic, as if people actually live in an underground world of wizardry Her adolescent characters most definitely refleft how we all feel at one point insecure, confused Nothing like, as someone has previously mentioned, the cookie cutter, courageous, hero of most epic tales It is most definitely worth the read, as is the rest of the Young Wizard [...]

  28. This was such a great book I loved the mix of Fantasy and Science Fiction something I haven t seen in Middle Grade at all , and the characters were just so fantastic I highly recommend it to anyone who likes middle grade books and is who enjoys their Fantasy to have a bit of Science Fiction.

  29. Well, that was quite an enjoyable and harrowing ride, and I am quite unprepared for the next book Bring it on

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