A Pocket Full of Murder (Uncommon Magic, #1)



A Pocket Full of Murder (Uncommon Magic, #1) In the spell powered city of Tarreton, the wealthy have all the magic they desire while the working class can barely afford a simple spell to heat their homes Twelve year old Isaveth is poor, but she s also brave, loyal, and zealous in the pursuit of justice which is lucky, because her father has just been wrongfully arrested for murder Isaveth is determined to prove her innocence Quiz, the eccentric eyepatch wearing street boy who befriends her, swears he can t resist a good mystery Together they set out to solve the magical murder of one of Tarreton s most influential citizens and save Isaveth s beloved Papa from execution.But each clue is perplexing than the next Was the victim truly killed by Common Magic the kind of crude, cheap spell that only an unschooled magician would use or was his death merely arranged to appear that way And is Quiz truly helping her out of friendship, or does he have hidden motives of his own Isaveth must figure out who she can trust if she s to have any hope of proving her Papa s innocence in time. Best Read [ A Pocket Full of Murder (Uncommon Magic, #1) ] by [ R.J. Anderson ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • A Pocket Full of Murder (Uncommon Magic, #1)
  • R.J. Anderson
  • 02 May 2017
  • 1481437712

10 thoughts on “A Pocket Full of Murder (Uncommon Magic, #1)

  1. R.J. says:

    Just finished reading the ARC aloud to my youngest son, to whom the book is dedicated I dearly wish I d recorded his reaction when we got to a certain part of the story, but it was classic YOU PLOT TWISTER HOW CAN YOU WHY DID YOU HOW DID YOU EVEN DO THAT So I think it s safe to say he didn t see it coming, and that made me very happy indeed.We also had to read the last six chapters all in one sitting tonight, since he was wringing his hands in despair that my characters could eve Just finished reading the ARC aloud to my youngest son, to whom the book is dedicated I dearly wish I d recorded his reaction when we got to a certain part of the story, but it was classic YOU PLOT TWISTER HOW CAN YOU WHY DID YOU HOW DID YOU EVEN DO THAT So I think it s safe to say he didn t see it coming, and that made me very happy indeed.We also had to read the last six chapters all in one sitting tonight, since he was wringing his hands in despair that my characters could ever possibly get out of the sticky situation I d put them in, and accusing me of being The Meanest Author Ever.When we were done, my middle son said thoughtfully, You know, Mom, I think that s my favourite of all the books you ve...

  2. Susana says:

    Arc provided by Atheneum Books through Edelweiss Book Status Released September 8th There was a time in which I had to write a review immediately after I had finished whatever book I was reading now I kind of dread this moment, because I haven t felt all that much love for the arcs I ve been reading lately.This story unfortunately follows the same pattern sigh I have to admit that practically after page one I had to force myself to keep reading this Never a good sign.My main problem w Arc provided by Atheneum Books through Edelweiss Book Status Released September 8th There was a time in which I had to write a review immediately after I had finished whatever book I was reading now I kind of dread this moment, because I haven t felt all that much love for the arcs I ve been reading lately.This story unfortunately follows the same pattern sigh I have to admit that practically after page one I had to force myself to keep reading this Never a good sign.My main problem with this story is that I found it preachy, and that is something that I hate in books.With a Charles Dickens tone to itwoe is on us and aren t we so poor and everything bad ha...

  3. Short Reviews says:

    Wow, that was just fantastic I wish I had finished it sooner but part of me kept stalling simply because I didn t WANT the novel to end This novel can be best described as fantasy, with a dash dystopian.I freaked when the novel started off on that typical POOR vs RICH dystopian route, with the angry common folk trying to start a revolution thang going on in fact, I was tsk tsking and pursing my lips in disappointment and then as I continued reading, R.J s excellent writing skills ensured Wow, that was just fantastic I wish I had finished it sooner but part of me kept stalling simply because I didn t WANT the novel to end This novel can be best described as fantasy, with a dash dystopian.I freaked when the novel started off on that typical POOR vs RICH dystopian route, with the angry common folk trying to start a revolution thang going on in fact, I was tsk tsking and pursing my lips in disappointment and then as I continued reading, R.J s excellent writing skills ensured the book quickly picked up its pace and goddammit I LOVE THIS BOOK 12 year old...

  4. Beth says:

    This is MG in the vein of Sarah Prineas s The Magic Thiefdelightful stuff Good worldbuilding, good characterization, a great plot There s some French Revolution esque dissidence, some politicking, quite a few spies, and a brief examination of poverty and persecution, all wrapped into a really warm story about friendship The story is possible because the adults are kept out of the way so the kids can solve crimes, but at least there are good reasons for that And if there s the fantasy that This is MG in the vein of Sarah Prineas s The Magic Thiefde...

  5. Intisar Khanani says:

    Oh, I enjoyed this MG fantasy mystery story I wish the ability to do magic was investigated a bityou just bake and if you have magic, it works out and you have a spell tablet Surely there s some effort involved...

  6. Jasmine says:

    I bought this one on impulse and good grief was it a good impulse An amazing mystery Excellent characters Families which feel real, from the younger siblings to the parents FANTASTIC world building a depression era world fuelled by spell craft my WORD just f...

  7. Mauoijenn says:

    What a wonderful book full of magic Again, I normally don t read these tween kind of books, but the title I admit grabbed my attention This is an action packed book that had me flipping the pages as fast as I could This book ser...

  8. Brandy Painter says:

    Originally posted here at Random Musings of a Bibliophile.R.J Anderson is one of my favorite authors Being a voracious reader, I have a lot of authors I really like, but she is included in a special group of authors whose books I would scoop up in my arms if I was escaping my house in a disaster They are all excellent and stand up to multiple rereads Anderson has written books about awesome faerys and amazing girls in a mind boggling sci fi duology Her latest book, A Pocket Full of Murder Originally posted here at Random Musings of a Bibliophile.R.J Anderson is one of my favorite authors Being a voracious reader, I have a lot of authors I really like, but she is included in a special group of authors whose books I would scoop up in my arms if I was escaping my house in a disaster They are all excellent and stand up to multiple rereads Anderson has written books about awesome faerys and amazing girls in a mind boggling sci fi duology Her latest book, A Pocket Full of Murder, is a MG magical murder mystery and it is a perfect book for me in every way possible.Isaveth s family has fallen on hard times since her mother s recent death Her father, a b...

  9. E.K. Johnston says:

    I love this book so very much.The things I love about it are, but by no means limited to 1 Fanfiction as a coping mechanism2 Food vs new clothes vs new shoes3 MAGIC COOKIES.4 Murder5 Sissssssssssters6 Politics7 Toronto 8 Isaveth, just, oh, my heart.9 The Moshites are oppressed do badly that the Unifying church struck an entire day from the week, just to be jerks to them.10 DID I MENTION THE MAGIC COOKIES AND ALSO THE POLITICS 11 Also crime.Like the best Middle Grade, Anderso I love this book so very much.The things I love about it are, but by no means limited to 1 Fanfiction as a coping mechanism2 Food vs new clothes vs new shoes3 MAGIC COOKIES.4 Murder5 Sissssssssssters6 Politics7 Toronto 8 Isaveth, just, oh, my heart.9 The Moshites are oppressed do badly that the Unifying church struck an entire day from the we...

  10. Katie says:

    We just didn t click, me and this book.The tinge of romance made me wonder if I d like itas a YA.I might still read the next one.

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