The following is an honest review of Spells for Lost Things by Jenna Evans Welch and my suggested age rating.
Synopsis of Spells for Lost Things
I’m going to be giving a very vague synopsis as I recommend you go into this blind. For a more in-depth synopsis, I recommend you head over to Goodreads.
Willow dreams to travel the world, her relationship with her mom is hard and she longs to escape. Mason is searching for his mom, and longing to escape foster care. Willow and Mason meet each other in Salem, Massachusetts where Willow’s mom has to handle the estate of her sister and Mason is adjusting to his new foster home. Everyone has secrets and as Mason and Willow’s friendship is born, they solve the mysteries of her family and suspicion that her family is cursed.
Review of Spells for Lost Things
First off thank you to Netgalley and Simon and Schuster for Young Readers for giving me a digital arc of Spells for Lost Things by Jenna Evans Welch
*Expected release date is September 27th*
I devoured this book. I have read Love and Gelato and for the atmosphere alone, gave it five stars. Spells for Lost Things was no different. The subtle witchy atmosphere was fluffy and absolutely perfect. I loved all the aunts along with all their names, you’ll understand if you read it
There was so much going on in this book and it was never boring or lacking in depth. I loved the characters, Willow and Mason, I thought their relationship in a romantic and friendship aspect was super sweet. AND the dual pov is ADORABLE I love seeing the guy’s perspective
I don’t want to give much away as I went into this book mostly blind and highly recommend you do the same. This was a beautiful coming-of-age story focusing on relationships of all kinds and their struggles. I recommend you read this beginning of October for a fluffy yet emotional witchy read. This one took me by surprise in all the best ways
Age Rating of Spells for Lost Things
I’m giving Spells for Lost Things an Age Rating of 14 and up, this book includes some harder topics such as drug and alcohol addiction, foster care, anxiety, parent relationships, etc. Also there is some language and romance
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