What We Found in the Corn Maze and How It Saved a Dragon by Henry Clark
Release date: May 20, 2020
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A fun & magical adventure.
When two boys find a girl from their school performing real magic, they work with her to figure out how and why it works, and how a magic spell book ended up in her locker. When they try opening a long locked safe with a spell, but end up with a door leading to another world, the trio learn of the source of their magic, and a dastardly plan in motion that puts the magical world in grave danger. Cal, Modesty, & Drew must work together with Pre, a boy from the magical world, to try to help out however they can.
The magic spells available were limited to funny, but mostly useless purposes. Still, even useless spells can be turned into important ones when used right. The characters were pretty smart with figuring out the limits they could work with, and in using them to their most practical applications. They also made a great team, and it was fun and funny read.
There was a great mix of magic, brainwork, and friendship. The plot was fun and moved quickly. I really liked this book. It’s a great middle grade (and older) read.
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.
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6 thoughts on “What We Found in the Corn Maze & How It Saved a Dragon”
This is on my TBR but I haven’t gotten this far yet. Thanks for the overview!
I like magical books, worldbuilding and great characters. Sounds like a good read!
Ooh, this one sounds like a fun fantasy. I’ll check it out when it’s released. Thanks!
What a great title! As someone who recently got to experience a corn maze, this seems like it’d be a fun read. 🙂
I don’t read much fantasy, but this sounds cute. Thanks for telling me about it.
I like books with magic and friendships. Thanks for your review!