The Thinking Woman's Guide to Real Magic

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
August 2013
26 hours 27 minutes
Emily Croy Barker's riveting debut is a must-read for fans of Lev Grossman and Deborah Harkness. The Thinking Woman's Guide to Real Magic follows grad student Nora Fischer as she stumbles through a portal into a magical world. Having been transformed from drab to beautiful, Nora finds herself surrounded by glamorous friends. Life seems perfect. But then things take a terrible turn, and Nora must learn magic from a reclusive ally if she's any hope of survival.
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Teighe Thorsen

This book is terrible. The love interest is so terrible to the main character that when they finally get together, you just want to throw your iPhone at the wall. He's the worst misogynist love interest I've read so far. Worse than Barrons from the Fever series.

I loved the fantasy world. It was a long book yet I wanted to hear more.

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Elizabeth R.

This book is a cliff hanger. She goes back to her own life and time at the end and you wonder if she will change her mind and go back to him . The guy just makes me irritated. I liked the story. I just wished for a different ending. If there ends up being a 2nd book, I will be buying it.

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A rambling but enjoyable novel. I could probably listen to it again, and will definitely try out the sequel.

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Corey Waters

not for me

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