Reviewed by Lotte:
Book number 4 in the Magic 2.0 series sees our now well loved and rather disastrous characters decide that since everything keeps going wrong for them, they should create some dragons and practice fighting and defending themselves against each other. I mean, what could possibly go wrong?
Again, this book contained wit and light-hearted entertainment, being easy to read like its predecessors. However, it was my least favourite so far. It was all a bit ‘done already’, we knew they were probably going to goof it all up and then must make it better in the same haphazard way that has become their modus operandum. Unfortunately, they also broke some of their magical rules/logic which was a little disappointing. This book is largely based on fantasy but does have elements of sci-fi that usually make sense within the context of the story. Not so much in this one, but once again, it was easy to overlook those things and still enjoy the book due to the narrative talents of Luke Daniels.