Review Mystic Invisible

Fifteen-year-old Monte moves to the mystically jeopardized Highlands of Scotland and discovers that life as a Celtic wizard is anything but easy.

Whisperings of abnormal enchantments and vicious cat siths grip the small town he now calls home.

Fear is at the helm and the instigator is unknown.

An indefinite moratorium on magic is enforced. In a race against darkness, Monte and his friends must choose who to trust before time runs out, even if it means breaking some rules and facing danger head on.

This one caught my eye pretty quickly it sounded so interesting.

It was super fun, poor Monte was living the dream and the nightmares all in one in thisnone, but he did find very cool allies in this drama.

It was sometimes a little bit difficult with the scottish brogue here and there, but I did learn some things so it was okay.

A thing that actually was super nice for me was the inclusion of other type of. mythology here, I was so eager to know more of this culture right away and since it was something I usually don’t hear about it was refreshing to hear about the nuckelavee.

I had a lot of fun with this one hope to read more of this later on too.


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