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Conjuring Zephyr by D. Lieber (2016-06-15)

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  • By Mel Shichtman on February 1, 2017

    A girl wants to study real magic. But women are not permitted. Only men can learn. She poses as a man and excels in her learning. Young hormones start to complicate her quest. How can she balance her attraction for a boy and still pose as one?

  • By customer on January 27, 2018

    This is a great book for fans of fantasy romance novels!! The story draws you in and and it's nice to see that they are of varying "economic status" yet they all came together to help Kai infiltrate an all boys school and challenge established theories. This feels like a great start to an interesting series and I look forward to the next installment!

  • By Johnaboutime on January 21, 2017

    So cold mankind has to excavate and live underground. A discovery of mind blowing proportions to advance science but spoilt by male dominance to pre-Pankhurst proportions. Enter Master Will's idea of dress up gender swap so that male only University attendance can stretch to the more capable female. Good fun! Read it.

  • By Nicki on January 26, 2017

    Great new concept. The story line flowed well and left many interesting ideas to explore. I would recommend this book for older teens and adults. I think a little more details of each characters life would have made the story more interesting.

  • By Kindle Customer on June 30, 2016

    Interesting story, but underdeveloped world, characters, intentions ... ugh, and simplistic plot. Abrupt actions without adequate explanation, everything was just too pat and easy.

  • By Nancy Allen (The Avid Reader) on March 17, 2017

    When the world becomes too cold for humans to live in they move underground to start a new world. In this underground world magic is discovered and is used in their survival but rules upon using it are set upon the humans.Girls are taught and trained in using magic for homely things like making clothes or cleaning; girls are no not capable of learning more advance magic. But one girl Kai Stephenson is determined to prove otherwise by enrolling into the all-male university.Kai disguises herself as a boy in order to attend the school. She doesn’t think that anyone will discover her secret with her boyish figure but she is sadly mistaken when a group of boys who become very good friends find out her secret.Everything seems to be going down the right trek until some of the boys become attractive to her but by this time they have found out her that she is not a boy but there is one guy who doesn’t know that she is a girl but is ok with her being a boy. Kai now has a group of boy vying for her hand while she is trying to keep her identity a secret. Can she hide who she truly is or will her secret be exposed?Come join Kai on her adventures of discovering magic and boys and herself as well. Conjuring Zephyr will take you on a magical ride one that you will enjoy tremendously. I would recommend Conjuring Zephyr to anyone who loves a great magical story that is filled with magic and adventures.

  • By Tom on September 13, 2016

    Great story. The characters were real and interesting, with the story going so far as to give them all a unique cadence to their speech. The magic system was interesting and unique, with elemental magic being geared toward an almost yoga, tai-chi style discipline. The story has a definitive feminist message that is expertly done, present but not overpowering. Finally, while the main character is definitely a prodigy, you don't have the cliche where they instantly master everything.There was just one thing that didn't really work for me. In the second and third act a love triangle (rectangleish later on) develops that doesn't really gel for me. The sexual scenes of her discovering self-pleasure and eventually getting with a guy, while well done and steamy enough to make you blush, seem to come out of left field at the beginning of them. Not to mention that such a love triangle would blow her cover and result in the end of everything she worked for.Yet, despite that one flaw, Conjuring Zephyr is an amazing, character driven story that draws you in and never lets you go. Highly recommended.

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