Saving Mim Charlie Kadabra Last of the Magicians

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Author Nan McAdam did a wonderful job writing this adventure. Narrator Joel Froomakin did fantastic in bringing ‘Saving Mim’ to live on audio. Charlie Kadabra once thought he was just another abandon baby not worth keeping. Hiding from bullies, he comes across his science teacher in the process of going to kill a little rabbit in an alley. As he tries to stop him, Charlie inadvertently blows his teacher up, who turns out not to be human at all but a robot. The bullies come running and they also start to change into horrendous monsters bent on killing him. His friend, Emily, saves Charlie by opening a portal in to the magic world of Mim. There Charlie finds out that he is the last of the magicians who are the guardians of the world of Mim. Mim is a wonderful magical world filled with fairies, large talking rabbits, dragons, merpeople, gnomes and other fairy folk. However Mim is in desperate need of help. Dr. Pi, maker of the robots and other horrendous creatures, is in the mist of destroying the magic in Mim which will decimate Mim. If Mim falls the rest of the worlds will follow. Charlie must overcome his self doubt and find the courage to go on a quest to locate the four jewels of power to heal his father’s staff and save Mim. Can a boy of twelve be able to withstand the evil trying to destroy everything? Nan McAdam shows children that no matter what circumstance they find their selves they can overcome it digging down deep within oneself for the courage to do it with help of peers. The child is not alone. There is help. They just need the courage to look for it.

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3 thoughts on “Saving Mim Charlie Kadabra Last of the Magicians

    elissalynch said:
    December 9, 2015 at 3:26 am

    I like your review style, Dasray. Very authentic :). Would love to feature your reviews in our weekly curated email digest that goes out to thousands of people.

      dasray responded:
      December 10, 2015 at 5:51 am

      Elissa Lynch please email me at authorsueraymond@gmail.com and we can discuss this better. Thank you Sue Raymond

        elissalynch said:
        December 11, 2015 at 4:14 am

        Sure thing! Someone should be reaching out to you shortly if they haven’t already. Let me know 🙂

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