Book: The Bewitched Family (Iman's Journal Book 2) by Emily Flowerscategories: Book, Wizards and Witches, Short Reads, Young Adults, Urban Fantasy, Fantasy Battle, Magic, Fantasy Romance
Emily Flowersabout this book: One interesting phenomenon that I have observed as a fantasy author is that gender stereotypes exist not only in reality, but also in the world of magic. In the Iman's Journal series, the female protagonist Iman is a wizard instead of a witch.
Ever wonder what is the difference between a witch and a wizard? No, it does not lie in the gender. Just as a nurse can be a man, a witch does not have to be a female. And just as a doctor can be a woman, a wizard does not have to be a male. Witches and wizards just practice different kinds of magic. In this exciting story, you will realize the subtle differences as the battle unfolds.
• "This book is a good quick read, more so short storytelling in book form. In this book, you get to see two worlds clash which was interesting to see the viewpoint they have towards each other." — Grace B, Goodreads Reviewer
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