What if all your wishes could come true? Blink your eyes, drink a fizzing pink potion, and poof! Life is perfect. That’s Rachel’s situation. Except she’s not the one. Although its premise is not altogether original, Mlynowski’s (Milkrun) novel starring a teenage witch, told from the point of view of her. From the New York Times bestselling author of the Whatever After series, the first book in the hilariously bewitching Magic in Manhattan series!.

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Ova knjiga mi je jedna od prvih knjiga koje sam ubacila u want to read i posle tolikog vremena provedenog po beogradskim knjizaramanapokon sam je nasla. Mar 05, Regitze rated it liked wnd Shelves: It’s funny, it’s light and realistic. Typical book involving bdoomsticks being told not to do something, doing it anyway, and not caring about the consequences. I’ve read this series a dozen of times at least the first three ones.

Bras & Broomsticks : Sarah Mlynowski :

Looking for beautiful books? This book has been done so many times, with so many variations of the one simple plot structure: This book is an insult to every witch series involving teenagers that has ever existed.

This was an extremely fun and super broometicks read or, listen, because I audiobook-ed itand just an all around good time. All too soon, however, the girls discover that messing with fate can have dire consequences, especially when they attempt to put a halt to their father’s broomsgicks wedding.


Overall, a decent young adult novel, but not great and no especially interesting narrative voice or plot twists.

Rachel and Miri also conspire to stop their father from remarrying. She was acting like a mother, which I guess the girls are not used to because their actual mother is too lax.

I loved this first book in a new series by Sarah Mlynowski.

The fun begins when narrator Rachel learns that her “vegetarian, socially inept” year-old sister, Miri, has suddenly developed magical powers. Oct 07, Emily rated it really liked it. I read this book back to back with the sequel. Okay maybe this isn’t exactly “childrens” but maybe more middle grade than YA. I did think that Rachel was quite immature because she was supposed to be the older one, but maybe I’m just a little jaded because I’m getting to be that much older and see brxs so mature students all day long.

Bras & Broomsticks (Magic in Manhattan, #1) by Sarah Mlynowski

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Oddly enough, she apparently has inherited them from the girls’ divorced, rather mundane mother, who admits she “excommunicated [herself] from the witchcraft community” a long time ago. The only twist on this old story was the magical aspect, and even that didn’t really make it all that much more interesting. Jun 11, Jessica rated it really liked it. Their behaviour does not make sense from an adult point of view, but I can easily see any kid disliking their soon-to-be stepmother on pure principal alone and finding any excuse to demonize her.


The fact that these girls are quite young and navigating this new world although Rachel is doing it though Miri made it even more funny because the problems they saw as so big were not nearly so big. She has no sense of rhythm, and can almost be called attractive when her unmanageable wavy hair behaves itself.

Bras & Broomsticks

You could say I enjoyed it quite a lot. See all books by Sarah Mlynowski. Since I read the last beas in this series, I do know some spoilers, but honestly not much because I barely remember anything from all my re-reads those many years ago. Her mind is nowhere I ever want to be again. Description From the New York Times bestselling author of the Whatever After series, the first book in the hilariously bewitching Magic in Manhattan series!

I weep for the state of teen fiction that this not only got published, it’s the first of a multi-book series. Her mother explains that it could be because Miri is more mature than her older sister. Rachel Weinstein needs your help!