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A female Harry Potter wannabe has adventures beyond belief!
July 25, 2018
I advise anyone planning to read this book to start with the first in the series, and read sequentially from there. That's what I did after I got hooked on the first book in the series.
Clarissa has many interesting adventures, first as a high-school student as a mortal, not fully realizing she is a witch, but hoping to get accepted to a school like Hogwarts. It turns out she has such powerful potential skills that she doesn't realize she has, and cannot control, that she is too dangerous to be accepted into Womby's School for Wayward Witches. However, her powers are such that she eventually has to be taken into Womby's for her own safety, the safety of the mortal world, and to keep her powers from the Raven Court, other fae, and even other witches. But not as a student; she is drafted as a teacher, despite having fewer witchly capabilities than any of the students she is supposed to be teaching.
While trying to find out the truth about her mother (who seems to be the wickedest witch in history) she has many adventures, each one more fantastic. Several are almost x-rated, so the pure of heart and prudes best not read. Some of them will tingle your...toes (and maybe other parts-be warned!).
Her interactions include the Raven Queen, the Crab King of the Pacific, The Singing Stallions (actually unicorns, whose leader looks like Rainbow Dash and adopts her as "his virgin"), and her students and teacher colleagues (most of whom seem to hate her). That's just a partial list!
The series is an enjoyable romp, with many memorable characters, and frequent references to Star Trek, Harry Potter, My Little Pony, art and music. Best "binge" read.