Thursday, March 16, 2017

Book review by Kristy Cambron called The Illusionist's Apprentice.

I will start off by saying how much I hated this book. I could not get into no matter how hard I tried. It is about a girl named Wren who is an apprentice to a master illusionist Harry Houdini. After his death, she continues her career. But after a rival performers ct goes tragically wrong, FBI goes to her to get the truth about what happened. This book started out slow and continues that way for way over 100 pages. I could not get into the book. I thought this book would be about a magician and his acts and how they do their tricks but it was not like that at all. Which stinks because I was eagerly excited to read this book and was waiting on pins and needles to get it making me disappointed. This is my first time reading a book from this author Kristy Cambron and I probably will not read another book by this author. I am having trouble writing this review because it has to be a certain length and I only read the first 100 pages of the book and will now throw the book in the trash. I thought if I kept on reading the book would get better but that was not true. Why did this book have to disappoint me so much. I have even told family members like my dad how bad this book was because I did not want him wasting money on this book at all.

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