Wet Magic

E. Nesbit H.R. Millar

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  • Title: Wet Magic
  • Author: E. Nesbit H.R. Millar
  • ISBN: 9781587170553
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
  • When four siblings journey to the seashore for a holiday, one of them unwittingly summons the sister ofa mermaid who is captured by a circus, and the children set out to save the imprisoned being After a daring midnight rescue, the children s reward is an incredible journey beneath the waves and into the hidden kingdom of the mermaids But they soon find themselves in a rWhen four siblings journey to the seashore for a holiday, one of them unwittingly summons the sister ofa mermaid who is captured by a circus, and the children set out to save the imprisoned being After a daring midnight rescue, the children s reward is an incredible journey beneath the waves and into the hidden kingdom of the mermaids But they soon find themselves in a race against time as they struggle to prevent a war and save their new underwater companions Here is a triumphant tale by one of the finest storytellers to ever write for children, and a pioneer of fantasy literature for this age group.

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    1. Kirsty on said:

      Wet Magic is a Nesbit book which I didn't read as a child. They are rather twee, but I do (still) enjoy her work. Unsurprisingly, perhaps, Wet Magic follows a similar pattern to many of her other books, in that a group of rather well-to-do siblings discover something otherworldly or unusual - in this case, a mermaid - and are put in a situation of mild peril before the happy-for-all outcome, in which said children put things right with their unwavering courage and determination. I definitely pre [...]

    2. Manny on said:

      I must have read this book when I was about 6 E. Nesbit was the first "real" author I discovered. I think it was the first time I had ever come across a metaphysical problem in a work of literature. The children have been captured by the cruel Sea-People, and the Queen offers them a deal. Anyone who wants can take a little pill, and they will immediately forget who they are, and that they were ever the Sea-People's enemies. They will be welcome as free citizens. But if they don't take the pill, [...]

    3. Kathryn on said:

      Wet Magic* follows the general pattern of Nesbit books: a family of very English children, two boys and two girls in this case, finds themselves embroiled in a magical adventure. In this case, they rescue a mermaid from a circus that had captured her. She takes them back to her own country, and hijinks ensue.It's pretty typical Nesbit: a simple, fun adventure for kids. It doesn't stand out among the rest of her books in either a good or a bad way; I'd recommend it for someone who's already read [...]

    4. Janelle on said:

      I think this is the weakest of the Nesbit books that I've read. I've given it three stars, but I probably would have given two stars to a different author. Of course, the fault may not be with Nesbit but with me. This is the second undersea book I have given a low rating. Perhaps I just don't like that setting.

    5. Janet on said:

      Not one of Nesbit's best. She shines when depicting believable children in the real world, one into which magic intrudes. The fun comes in seeing how the children cope with the many disruptions it causes. But in Wet Magic, much of the story takes place in a magical undersea kingdom, and it is only mildly entertaining.

    6. Joy on said:

      One of my least favorite Nesbits. It's more dated and has less substance.

    7. Cynthia Egbert on said:

      WellMs. Nesbit hits it out of the park again for me with this one, with an especially wonderful thrill at her literary references. It was rather fun to pick up a sense of her political leanings with those literary characters that she chose to identify as evil. I would dearly love to see a battle fought with Boadicea, Jeanne, and Torfrida leading a group of s against the "bad guys" in literature. This was so much fun! Oh, and there are a family of delightfully real children and mermaids involved [...]

    8. Mark Dewey on said:

      This book deserves another review.Anyway, as far as my personal preferences go, I loved the first half of the book. It had pretty much everything I like in this genre of children's book. I liked how things built mysteriously with the fantasy elements. I liked the characters, and the things they went through.The second half was entirely different, and comparing it to the first half isn't exactly fair. I didn't like it in the same ways at all. Those of this book are completely different halves. Al [...]

    9. Leah A. A. on said:

      Four young siblings on a seaside holiday rescue a captive mermaid and get caught up in a war in her underwater domain. Told in E. Nesbit's delightfully conversational style, this is a fantasy to appeal to children of all ages. Nesbit's magical adventures were the early 20th century's answer to the Harry Potter series, and I highly recommend her books to anyone who enjoys J.K. Rowling, Daniel Pinkwater or Edward Eager. Even Lemony Snicket fans may find Nesbit to their liking, though she's not nea [...]

    10. Jessa on said:

      It's sweet. The length and speed I think prevent it from joining my list of truly epic children's stories, but I enjoyed it and am glad to have it as part of my collection. If nothing else, it's incredibly imaginative. I LOVED the parts on literature, though it did feel odd to have this satire pop out of nowhere, rather than have threads of satire laced throughout the story. If you're a fan of children's literature, or literature in general, it's worth the read.

    11. J. Boo on said:

      Relatively weak Nesbit offering. A mermaid is rescued, and takes a group of children on an underwater adventure.It felt unreal? It's an odd criticism to make of one of the most fantastical authors of children's fantasy, but the book just didn't seem to ring true. 2.5/5, rounded up. May have more thoughts later.

    12. Z Cat on said:

      Rescuing princesses. Or mermaids. Or both. Removable fish's tails. And don't forget the underfolk! The only downside is that the children forget all about their adventure. Well, you can't have everything.

    13. Dinah on said:

      I personally have always been transfixed by mermaids so of course I loved this book. however, I would definitely recommend this book even if you hate mermaids. the writing is just beautiful and will pull you in so you will not be able to put the book down.

    14. Jennifer Heise on said:

      Charming if fluffy story about children, a mermaid, and the sea kingdom. An easier read than, say, Four Children and It or The Magic City.

    15. Mommalibrarian on said:

      forgottenfutures/game/-Four nice British children have a magical adventure by and in the ocean. Published in 1913 but timeless.

    16. Ottergirl on said:

      I don't like this book a lot because it is one of the ones where the characters have great adventures then have to take memory drugs to forget it all. Otherwise it's a great book.

    17. Yvonne on said:

      A nice throw back, had some really great themes, and wasn't written for idiots, because children aren't idiots.

    18. Nicola on said:

      What a glorious read - I had forgotten how wonderful Edith Nesbit was at telling fabulous children's stories

    19. astried on said:

      clunky & awkward, unlike other nesbit's I've read. A tad preachy as well. Maybe it's juet because I haven't read children book for some time and not used to it anymore.

    20. Anya Behn on said:

      Marvelously written in the perspective of children. I am glad E. Nesbit has written many others.

    21. Zora on said:

      Another in my week of middle-grade books. I liked the first half very well, but once they go to the undersea kingdom, I was a bit bored.

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