It’s summer, and all the wizard wants to do is relax now that school is out. But, of course, that doesn’t happen. With princesses to rescue, dragons to chase, and ghosts to hunt down, a wizard’s work is never done.
Told in a collection of short stories Wizard at Work is a quick read and a lot of fun. With its familiar fairy tale-style setting, somewhat apathetic hero, and convoluted storytelling style, I found it impossible to set this one down.
Reminiscent of Fractured Fairy Tales blended up with a hint of Terry Pratchett, this would make a great bedtime story or read-aloud option.
⬢ ⬢ ⬢ THREE STARS
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