Of Mice and Magic

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Of Mice and Magic

Of Mice and Magic More than anything Benjamin Ravenspell wants a pet But when he buys a mouse named Amber he gets than he bargained for No sooner does Ben take her home than Amber turns him into a mouse too You see

  • Title: Of Mice and Magic
  • Author: David Farland Howard Lyon
  • ISBN: 9781577349181
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Hardcover
  • More than anything, Benjamin Ravenspell wants a pet But when he buys a mouse named Amber, he gets than he bargained for No sooner does Ben take her home, than Amber turns him into a mouse too You see, Amber has magical abilities, and it so happens that Ben is a familiar, a creature that stores magical energy Together they each form half of a powerful wizard AloneMore than anything, Benjamin Ravenspell wants a pet But when he buys a mouse named Amber, he gets than he bargained for No sooner does Ben take her home, than Amber turns him into a mouse too You see, Amber has magical abilities, and it so happens that Ben is a familiar, a creature that stores magical energy Together they each form half of a powerful wizard Alone, they re just vermin Soon Ben and Amber find themselves pitted in an epic battle against a magical enemy who is as crazed as he is evil, and the fate of the world will rest on them learning to work together.

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    1. Jeff on said:

      This was a fun story and a very light read. It is more of a children's fantasy but I still found it quite enjoyable and especially refreshing in light of the other heavy reading material that I am currently reading. A word of warning the ending is very open ended because this is part of a series so a lot of questions are not answered and you will have to get the next book to find out what happens. Two things that I really liked about this book is that the author is a current resident of St. Geor [...]

    2. Orion B 8 on said:

      Of mice and magic by David Farland is about a boy who wants a pet. He gets a mice named amber and is turned into a mice. They had to use magic to find the path to get Benjamin back. They had to use magic to find the path to get Benjamin back. I liked this book because it had a lot of adventure in it and suspense. I find that the some off the adventure. I wasn’t able to connect with the book that much but I think the story makes up what was missing a part from the fact that Some of the Adventur [...]

    3. Jessica on said:

      This was such a fun book, particularly for younger kids. Benjamin Ravenspell is anxious to prove that he is responsible enough to have a pet of his own, so he lizard-sits for a classmate's monitor lizard. When he buys a small mouse to feed the lizard, however, he is suddenly transformed into a mouse himself! Amber, the mouse, is wizard, and she enlists Ben's aid in a quest to free her fellow pet-shop inmates, never knowing that an evil bat-wizard is after her. Along the way, Farland gently teach [...]

    4. Sean on said:

      I loved of mice and majik 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679821480865132823066470938446095505822317253594081284811174502841027019385211055596446229489549303819644288109756659334461284756482337867831652712019091456485669234603486104543266482133936072602491412737245870066063155881748815209209628292540917153643678925903600113305305488204665213841469519415116094330572703657595919530921861173819326117931051185480744623799627495673518 [...]

    5. Jared on said:

      Ravenspell by David Farland is a series about a kid named Benjamin Ravenspell who magically gets turned into a mouse. Two books are currently published, "Of Mice and Magic" and "The Wizard of Ooze". Both were read by David Walker who did an amazing job with the voices and the singing (yes there is singing in the audio version).I was impressed by "Of Mice and Magic" where Amber turns Ben into a mouse together they save the world from an evil bat who may or may not be Edgar Allen Poe. The adventur [...]

    6. Jacob Andrew on said:

      Summary- first ben buys amber the mouse and takes her home and then realizes that he has to feed amber to a lizard. Then she changes him into a mouse and then they run away because ben’s parents try to kill them because they don’t know the mouse is ben. And they go to a burow full of voles and then amber promises if ben helps her save the pet shop mice . Meanwhile nightwing the bat finds out ben has loads of magical energy that he can use to do evil. Then ben and amber go to the pet shop and [...]

    7. Chris Pacheco on said:

      this is from my old account which i cant log into anymoreis book ROXXXOMAM gets Daddy's seal of approval and ima tell you why.#1: the story is righteous, original to me, easy to read, and gripping#2: Characters are great. Ben is a punk bitch but finally ends up digging his sitch, Amber's development is also pleasing. The remaining rag-tag bunch of crazy animals are plain hilarious. Seriously, Nightwing being YOU KNOW WHO is fantastic.3: David Farland aka Wolverton is the chiz, the chickens tits, [...]

    8. Mark Dewey on said:

      This book was a whole lot better than I expected, particularly the beginning, but not just that. True, much of the book may remind you of cartoon culture (mostly just that about mice being able to wield weapons in their hands and the way many of the enemy characters act), but it really does surpass that in many ways, and it does manage to be more intelligent than you might expect (although if you don't catch the spirit of what I mean here, you may be disappointed, as it's not a technical book at [...]

    9. Ty Briggs on said:

      Meh. Overall, it's not a bad read. The characters and storyline remained interesting enough throughout to keep my attention and finish the book in a day (rare for me), but there were several minor grievances that kept me from really enjoying it as I could have. First, each chapter begins with a quote from one of the characters, but in some cases it's very clear that these are simply restated quotes and sayings from common vernacular which kills immersion. Second, the book is littered with typos, [...]

    10. Vampiricelias on said:

      This book was incredible. The characters were well built and the plot was amazing. The only issue is that it appeared to be completely unedited so it caused a bit of confusion and annoyance in my mother and I while reading it.Moving on, the characters were so incredible and the character arch of Ben and Amber was amazing, for both of them. The antagonist was awesome, and while my mom was readnig one of the first scenes introducing him, I didn't even realize he was the villain, but I really liked [...]

    11. Allisa on said:

      Ah! This book is so cute! I've read it a couple of times already, and it still holds up! It's clever with excellent character building and storytelling.Ben has always wanted a pet. One day, his mom takes him to the pet shop where he buys himself a pretty little mouse. He names her Amber. What he doesn't know is that this little mouse will send him on the greatest adventure an 8-year-old could possibly imagine.Cats, bats, owls, and magic. Everything you could possibly hope for in an adventure nov [...]

    12. Cheryl Landmark on said:

      This was a fun, cute, well-written children's story--light-hearted but with a touch of seriousness and darkness as well. But, I don't think the dark parts are too scary or disturbing for young children to read.I loved the characterseven Nightwing, the villain, and his familiar, Darwin, the tick. The author did a great job of showing how big and scary the human world must be to small creatures like mice and voles.I'm anxious to follow Amber and Ben's further adventures, so I've already downloaded [...]

    13. Jaime Buckley on said:

      If you want a great story for your children--especially ones who have deep imaginations, then this is the series to hook them.David gave this to my children when Kathi (my wife) and I met him. We went home and started reading it to our younger kids (we have 11 children) and found ourselves reading into the night. The kids didn't get into bed until 11:43pm it was that good. The attention to detail which the younger children picked up was fantasticwhile the main villain, a bat, kept them on the ed [...]

    14. Allison on said:

      Love the cover illustration. I was actually a little disappointed in this. I did not like how the parents were portrayed, come on, the Mom takes a class on how to use the vaccuum? The house is never cleaned and there's no food unless Mom gets hungry? The mice were kind of cute but I had a hard time with the bat being Edgar Allen Poe. What was the point to that? Anyway, it was an Ok read but I probably won't read more in this series.

    15. Jana on said:

      I would actually give this 3-1/2. It was a fun, easy read. It's a good book about how friendships can grow. I am always amazed at how different others are able to portray magic in different ways, such as how its used, who can use it, why it's used. This is one of those books that have an interesting and different take on magic. It was fun, because it was about animals. I think its a great youth book.

    16. Christy on said:

      More than anything, Benjamin Ravenspell wants a pet. But when he buys a mouse named Amber, he gets more than he bargained for. No sooner does Ben take her home, than Amber turns him into a mouse too. You see, Amber has magical abilities, and it so happens that Ben is a familiar, a creature that stores magical energy. Together they each form half of a powerful wizard. Fun read for younger children.

    17. Bryan457 on said:

      Ben gets turned into a mouse by a mouse wizard and sets out on a quest to free the mice in the local petshop.An imaginative fastpaced fantasy novel written for the junior age group. I enjoyed the magic and the character growth of the young protagonists as they learn to put aside their egocentric view of life and learn what it means to be a friend. There seems to be a lot of potential for the sequel.

    18. Jacob on said:

      This book is about a boy and a magic mouse. She turns him into a mouse and together they are trying to get her back to the pet shop where she was born so she can free all the other mice.I like it when he almost gets eaten by the lizard that he was trying to feed her to. It wasn't too exciting but it was ok.

    19. Denise on said:

      This was a simply told but interesting story and I recommend it to anyone who loves children's books or books about magic. If you're into intellectual stuff, it may not be for you, but the rest of us should like it!

    20. Michele on said:

      Billed as a middle-grade fantasy, I read it quickly and was worried it would be too juvenile for Gus (10 years old). However, he loved it. He read both it and the second in the series in a matter of hours and was sad I hadn't brought home the third.

    21. Ben on said:

      This is probably the strangest book I've read in my life. It's not that I didn't like it, it's just that it was like a really long children's book. It was about a boy who turns into a mouse and has to do weird things to turn back into a boy.

    22. Jessica on said:

      I "read" this for Utah Book Month, since this author is local. Sadly, I did not enjoy this book. It was a little too weird for my tastes. It's about a boy who inadvertently gets turned into a mouse.

    23. Jared on said:

      This book was a little younger-adult than I am wont to read. The evil characters are irredeemably vile, and the "good" characters are a little less good than one usually sees in books written for this age group. It made the heroes a little more believable than normal, and the villain rather less.

    24. Audrey on said:

      about 3.5 starsThis is kind of an odd book -- quite creative. It has good pacing and good characters. Even now I feel bad for the hundreds of mice my cats have killed. The villain is downright creepy. This was actually the scariest book I've read in a while, even if it is for kids.

    25. Kristi on said:

      I enjoyed this book. Somethings were just a little bit too predictable for me, but on the whole a fun book to read, particularly for younger readers.

    26. Amy on said:

      I really LOVED this series. Magic and adventure, turning into a mouse! The two mice each have half of the power of a wizard, and need to work together to destroy evil.

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