A Little Taste of Poison (Uncommon Magic, #2)



A Little Taste of Poison (Uncommon Magic, #2) Twelve year old Isaveth tries to take down the man who framed her father for murder in this lively follow up to A Pocket Full of Murder, which Kirkus Reviews called thoroughly entertaining The city of Tarreton is powered by magic, from simple tablets that light lamps to advanced Sagery that can murder a man from afar Isaveth has a talent for spell making, but as a girl from a poor neighborhood she never dreamed she could study at the most exclusive magical school in the city So when she s offered a chance to attend, she eagerly accepts.The school is wonderful, but old and new enemies confront Isaveth at every turn, and she begins to suspect her scholarship might be a trap than a gift Even her secret meetings with Esmond, her best friend and partner in crime solving, prove risky especially once he hatches a plan to sneak her into the biggest society event of the season It s their last chance to catch the corrupt politician who once framed her father for murder How can Isaveth refuse New Download Kindle ePUB A Little Taste of Poison (Uncommon Magic, #2) Author R.J. Anderson – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • A Little Taste of Poison (Uncommon Magic, #2)
  • R.J. Anderson
  • 14 November 2018
  • 1481437747

10 thoughts on “A Little Taste of Poison (Uncommon Magic, #2)

  1. Short Reviews says:

    Edit 9th of July 2017 UPDATE I loved this bookso the second time reading it Isaveth and Esmond s friendship was such a joy to read about I still felt he thrill of discovering who did what, even though I knew what would happen and to me, that is a sign of an excellent story This book will always be special to me, and I hope R.J Anderson writesbooks based on these two characters Eryx didn t turn to watch her go His gaze was on Esmond, dark with reproach This is unacceptable. Edit 9th of July 2017 UPDATE I loved this bookso the second time reading it Isaveth and Esmond s friendship was such a joy to read about I still felt he thrill of discovering who did what, even though I knew what would happen and to me, that is a sign of an excellent story This book will always be special to me, and I hope R.J Anderson writesbooks based on these two characters Er...

  2. Beth says:

    What a delightfully compelling series this is shaping up to be This is, above all else, incredibly well plotted which means it s exciting and smart and fast paced I really like the characters, though they re almost se...

  3. Stephanie says:

    This MG fantasy novel includes fantastic world building, a great heroine, complex family dynamics, an intriguing mystery, fascinating magic and a ridiculously fun masked ball In other words, it is utterly delicious and EXACTLY my kind of book H...

  4. Anais919 says:

    Wonderful sequel to A Pocket Full of Murder Isaveth Breck is still longing to clear her father s name for murder She has made a profit for the sale of her invention of magic resistant paper She is doubly rewarded when she not only profits for her family but is offered a chance at a scholarship to a prestigious school As luck would have it, Esmond Quiz attends this school They must secretly meet to scheme how to find the proof needed to clear her father Beautifully written with a lavish b Wonderful sequel to A Pocket Full of Murder Isaveth Breck is still longing to clear her father s name for murder She ha...

  5. Ryley (Ryley Reads) says:

    Thanks so much to Simon and Schuster Canada for sending me a copy of this book for an honest review As always, all opinions are my own.After reading the first book in this series last year, A Pocket Full of Magic, I was excited to pick up the sequel Luckily, it didn t disappoint The story picks up pretty much where it left off in the first book, Isaveth has sold her tablet wrappers and has now been offered a scholarship to the elite college by the company After clearing her father s name, she Thanks so much to Simon and Schuster Canada for sending me a copy of this book for an honest review As always, all opinions are my own.After reading the first book in this series last year, A Pocket Full of Magic, I was excited to pick up the sequel Luckily, it didn t disappoint The story picks up pretty much where it left off in the first book, Isaveth has sold her tablet wrappers and has now been offered a scholarship to the elite college by the company After clearing her father s name, she decides she can t turn down such a prestigous offer and begins her schooling.While her one saviour is Esmond, she doesn t end up seeing him much, because he is a year older than she However, she finds a fast friend in a girl, Eulalie, who helps her navigate the new world of the college I don t really want to say too much about the plot itself, because it is a sequel, and it might end up spoiling the first book.One thing that I really enjoyed was the girl power that was going ...

  6. Lindsay says:

    The city of Tarreton is powered by magic, from simple tablets that light lamps to advanced Sagery that can murder a man from afar Isaveth has a talent for spell making, but as a girl from a poor neighborhood she never dreamed she could study at the most exclusive magical school in the city So when she s offered a chance to attend, she eagerly accepts The school is wonderful, but old and new enemies confront Isaveth at every turn, and she begins to suspect her scholarship might bea trap The city of Tarreton is powered by magic, from simple tablets that light lamps to advanced Sagery that can murder a man from afar Isaveth has a talent for spell making, but as a girl from a poor neighborhood she never dreamed she could study at the most exclusive magical school in the city So when she s offered a chance to attend, she eagerly accepts The school is wonderful, but old and new enemies confront Isaveth at every turn, and she begins to suspect her scholarship might bea trap than a gift Even her secret meetings with Esmond, her best friend and partner in crime solving, prove risky especially once he hatches a p...

  7. Brandy Painter says:

    Originally posted here at Random Musings of a Bibliophile.R.J Anderson is an auto buy author for me and also a friend , but her Uncommon Magic books may be absolute favorite A Little Taste of Poison is the follow up to last year s A Pocket Full of Murder It is the perfect follow up and surpassed all the expectations I had.Isaveth has an amazing opportunity to attend Tarreton College on a scholarship and be trained in Sage Magic This is not something any commoner, never mind a Moshite, has e Originally posted here at Random Musings of a Bibliophile.R.J Anderson is an auto buy author for me and also a friend , but her Uncommon Magic books may be absolu...

  8. Mikayla says:

    I enjoyed this book just as much as its predecessor The pacing was phenomenal this was the first story in a while that kept me reading an hour after I told myself Just onechapter The story elaborated on the concept of sagery, which was intriguing in itself The storyline was quite unpredictable I could see the general idea of what would happen, but I d...

  9. Diabolica says:

    It super cute.

  10. Sophie Hancock says:

    its a really good book that i think every kid should read, but don t forget to read the first one before

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