Meanwhile, Aster's friend from the non-magical part of town, Charlie, is having problems of her own -- a curse has tried to attach itself to her. She runs to Aster and escapes it, but now the friends must find the source of the curse before more people -- normal and magical alike -- get hurt.
About the Author
"Ostertag's story is straightforward, acting as a parable for gender conformity that's pitched just right to middle-grade audiences. Her panels are clear, colorful, and friendly, and her worldbuilding flawless...With charming artwork, interesting supporting characters, natural-feeling diversity, and peeks of a richly developed world, this book leaves readers wishing for more." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"Thrilling. Ostertag is one of comics' brightest new voices." -- Hope Larson, author of Compass South
"Ostertag is creating worlds and witches for the modern young reader." -- Lucy Knisley, author of Something New and Relish
"Dazzling...a contemporary fantasy for anyone who's struggled with defining themselves." -- Marika McCoola, author of Baba Yaga's Assistant