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The best Ebook The Wizard's Dilemma release Not everything can be fixed with magic young wizards Kit and Nita are having such a tough time coping with adolescence, they go their separate ways But then Nita gets some bad news Her mother has cancer, and it may be incurable by medical or magical means.. A viral Kindle The Wizard's Dilemma Nita's having some problems.First, she's started high school, and while she's still considered brainy, her subjects aren't coming as easily to her as they used to. She's starting to feel kinda inadequate next to Kit, who, though a year younger, is still breezing through everything.Going along with that, she's not quite sure what to do about Kit. Their partnership is hitting some rough water, and she can't understand how he can insist on being so...wrong! It's affecting their friendship and their wizardry, and she's not quite sure which is worse.Finally, there's her mom. She's sick. Real sick. Sick enough that the doctors aren't too hopeful. But Nita knows things doctors don't, and can do things they can't. Most of all, Nita knows exactly Who's fault this is.Now it's personal.But with so much doubt in herself, Kit being uncooperative, and her mom's life at stake, can Nita find a cure in time? Or might she have to make a deal with that One she's devoted her life to fighting?I cried a LOT in this book. When Nita's mom first gets sick. When they first visit the hospital. When Dairine breaks down. When Nita breaks down. And more. Just the thought of losing my own mom...like that... I'm warning you, there is a lot of realistic emotional distress here, for realistic reasons, and if your family or friends have experienced anything similar, it might hit even harder.I found this book a lot more engaging than the last. Nita and Kit are back in the forefront of things. In fact, Kit gets his own share of narration, like Dairine did in High Wizardry. Though Nita is still in charge of the main plot, having Kit's side of things helps not only soften the blow of Nita's despair but also provides more insight into our co-main character which we have been so sorely lacking before now.It's been really easy for me to forget how young these characters really are. I think in book one Nita was 12 and Kit was 11; here, Nita is 14 and Kit is 13. This is the first time I found them acting their ages consistently throughout the book. Yes, they're both dealing with magical responsibilities and situations well above a 'normal' teenager, but their internal and personal struggles finally feel real. Not to say the other books lacked for it, but it definitely set this one apart in a good way.As far as complexity goes, this installment has its fair share of advanced content. Nita's attempt to help her mom requires experience and practice in a field she hasn't yet acquired, so she's sent to train in 'practice universes', where the natural or physical laws aren't quite as solid as in our universe. Tom and Carl get into some technobabble when trying to explain these, but Nita manages to translate things well enough for the reader. It's complex, but engaging at the same time.If you managed to make it through book 4, this one is definitely worth the struggle. It's longer, and you might have to take a couple breaks to dry your eyes (luckily, I had the audiobook going through the tears), but you're compelled through it, even from the first page where Nita and her mom are engaged in a completely relatable conversation. If you care about the characters, which by this point it's practically impossible not to be, you'll read this book with a fervor.Approximate Reading Time: 5.5 Hours
The Wizard s Dilemma by Diane Duane Jun , Not everything can be fixed with magic young wizards Kit and Nita are having such a tough time coping with adolescence, they go their separate ways But then Nita gets some bad news Her mother has cancer, and it may be incurable by medical or magical means. The Wizard s Dilemma Young Wizard s Series Aug , So, Nita faces the ultimate dilemma in the book with her mom s illness She and Kit also face challenges in their relationship as friends and wizard partners, and Ponch, yes, the dog has some surprises of his own But the way the story is laid outthe science behind the wizardry The Wizard s Dilemma Young Wizard Series The Wizard s Dilemma is the fifth title in Diane Duane s New York Times best selling Wizardry series Christina Moore vividly conveys Nita s teenage angst, fear, and courage in these wonderful tales of magic and mischief that have delighted readers for almost years Before there was Harry, there was Nita The Wizard s Dilemma The Wizard s Dilemma by Diane Duane NOOK Book eBook Aug , The Wizards Dilemma by Diane Duane is a wonderfully written fantasy book Nita and Kit are usually in modern day New York This book exceeded my expectations by an enormous amount It will send you on an emotional roller coaster and it is impossible to put down. The Wizard s Dilemma Young Wizards Series Aug , Impressive in its scope, The Wizard s Dilemma, like all the titles in Duane s series, is packed with an intriguing combination of technology and magic that fans of fantasy, science fiction, technology, and even Christian literature will find absolutely gripping Nita is a complex character, as befits her status as a teenager, not to mention a wizard.