That Seriously Obnoxious Time I Was Stuck at Witch Rimelda's One Hundredth Birthday Party

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That Seriously Obnoxious Time I Was Stuck at Witch Rimelda's One Hundredth Birthday Party

That Seriously Obnoxious Time I Was Stuck at Witch Rimelda s One Hundredth Birthday Party That Seriously Obnoxious Time I Was Stuck at Witch Rimelda s One Hundredth Birthday Party is a seriously funny story set in the world of Seriously Wicked a young adult fantasy novel by Tina Connolly

  • Title: That Seriously Obnoxious Time I Was Stuck at Witch Rimelda's One Hundredth Birthday Party
  • Author: Tina Connolly
  • ISBN: 9780765384515
  • Page: 165
  • Format: ebook
  • That Seriously Obnoxious Time I Was Stuck at Witch Rimelda s One Hundredth Birthday Party is a seriously funny story set in the world of Seriously Wicked, a young adult fantasy novel by Tina Connolly, the acclaimed author of Ironskin Get ready to embrace your angsty inner witch at a pool party teeming with krakens, hexes, and cursed banana bread.At the Publisher s reque That Seriously Obnoxious Time I Was Stuck at Witch Rimelda s One Hundredth Birthday Party is a seriously funny story set in the world of Seriously Wicked, a young adult fantasy novel by Tina Connolly, the acclaimed author of Ironskin Get ready to embrace your angsty inner witch at a pool party teeming with krakens, hexes, and cursed banana bread.At the Publisher s request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software DRM applied.

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    One thought on “That Seriously Obnoxious Time I Was Stuck at Witch Rimelda's One Hundredth Birthday Party

    1. Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell on said:

      Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestReal talk: I wanted to read this story because of the big, demonic bath toy-looking thing on the cover. As it turns out, the demonic bath toy-looking thing is actually a baby kraken. Apparently, witch kids are too cool for pinatas and Marco Polo; instead, they unleash a whole bunch of baby krakens in the pool and have a competition to see who can spell and then subdue them.Camellia, the only person at this party who isn't the witch, isn't in the b [...]

    2. Carol. on said:

      tor/2015/08/26/that-seAka: longest web address ever.Still, seriously cute without being cloying.

    3. Amy (Other Amy) on said:

      So, reason number 572 why living with a wicked witch sucks? Sometimes it’s a gorgeous summer Saturday, and instead of getting a well-deserved break from Sarmine’s weird witchy chores like dusting the dried newts, you end up as an unpaid babysitter for a party full of little witches.Cute story. Possibly I will have a look at Seriously Wicked.Available free from Tor: tor/2015/08/26/that-se

    4. Marco on said:

      I usually do not like to read short stories set in the universe of a longer book series without having read the book series before. This was an interesting exception. Silly, yet extremely entertaining urban fantasy novelette, set in a world with real witches.

    5. Zachariah Carlson on said:

      This was super cute, with some humor. I love stories about people for whom magic is the mundane, and I really liked the childish pettiness of the witches, old and young. It was somehow endearing rather than annoying. Maybe because I wasn't the babysitter?

    6. Maggie Gordon on said:

      This was an adorable story filled with young witches creating chaos at a birthday party. Short, simple, and delightfully silly!

    7. Badseedgirl on said:

      A cute story, but in the end it really was a piece of fluff. Still this series may have potential as a lite and fluffy 2017 summer read.

    8. Petite Clementine on said:

      Such a fluffy story! Absolutely perfect for when you need a stress reliever. (I might be saying this from experience)

    9. Mary Adeson on said:

      This is a simple light hearted story. Great read for any teens feeling like they don't belong.

    10. Jasper on said:

      Originally posted at; thebookplank/2015What caught my attention of this story was the title, I read some stories previously that had similar playful and funny titles that proved a whole lot of fun. Now I am not familiar with the series of Seriously Wicked but didn't let that stop me from reading this story. That Seriously Obnoxious Time tells how awful Camellia is experiencing the birthday of a friend of Sarmine. The Witch who is currently training her in the finer arts of witchcraft. She was al [...]

    11. April on said:

      Another Tor original short story that will most likely lead me to books by Tina Connolly, since - again - I haven't read anything by her before.Sassy and adorable. I'd also say that it's aimed a little younger than your typical YA, but that didn't detract from my enjoyment of it. Since I'm not familiar with the Seriously Wicked world, that may be true of the entire series and not just this story.Really liked the "you feel like it, and you'll look it" line. I also liked the ending. :D For those w [...]

    12. Katbyrdie on said:

      So freaking funny! Hilarious tale of witch-kids being awesome and witch-bitches getting their well-deserved punishments. Without knowing the prior stories or world, readers are able to follow easily and quickly care for the characters. Cheers all around. Definitely going to read more by the author.

    13. Yuliya on said:

      I have one word: cute. Cute little story for children. It's placed under YA section but I think it's more like young-young-young adult :) What I liked is the notion of "you look like you feel it", because it's true: if you can laugh and shine in your soul it doesn't matter what age are you.

    14. Kevin on said:

      The short story can be read here at Tor. I think I'd have enjoyed the story more if I'd read the novel but it isn't necessary.

    15. Ashlaya on said:

      I hesitated between 3 and 4 stars, but considering that it made me feel better I guess it deserves 4.It's a cute story about a non-witch having to babysit at a witch's party and the ending is really nice.

    16. M.T. DeSantis on said:

      Cute and fun. I haven't read the book it's set in the world of, but I very well may now.

    17. gremlin on said:

      This was cute and funny. I haven't read this author before, but it was easy to pick up the setup.

    18. Elizabeth Brenner on said:

      This story just didn't do anything for me. Good writing, but not for me.

    19. Deanna Dee on said:

      Saw this on Tor today so gave it a shot. Fun and sweet with just enough sass. Geek rating: 4/5

    20. Kylara Jensen on said:

      Just a cute short story about witches and stuff. Really fun.

    21. Kimikimi on said:

      I liked this one a lot, will probably pick up the book as well.

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