Thursday, July 30, 2015

Review: Camp Cauldron by Juli Alexander

Camp Cauldron
Title: Camp Cauldron

Series: Stirring Up Trouble

Books in this same world: Stirring Up Trouble (#1) | Trouble's Brewing (#2)

Author: Juli Alexander

Publication date: December 2013

Published by: Juli Alexander

Source: Own e-book

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Forced to spend Spring Break as a counselor at a camp for troublesome young witches instead of drooling over hotties at the beach, Emma relinquishes her hopes for romance. Could the perfect guy be waiting in the midst of poison ivy, s'mores, elephant trunks, and kangaroo feet?

My rating: ★★★★★

So this short little story actually takes place in Juli Alexander’s Stirring Up Trouble world, one which witch I love! See what I did there? Because they’re witches? Eh? Yeah, yeah… lame, I know. Lol. Anyway, the main character from that series, Zoe, and her witchy best friend Milo were actually mentioned! Eeeep! That was exciting! I just love Juli’s work! Everything I’ve read so for is just so much fun and so very funny!

Camp Cauldron is basically a camp for kids who misuse magic. You see, in this world, when you use magic for personal gain (yep, words straight out of Charmed—loved that show!), well, there are certain side effects. Giraffe necks, fish lips, elephant trunk… yikes! But boy are they hilarious! Zoe herself actually gets into some trouble, too. (Make sure you check out Stirring Up Trouble!)

Camp Cauldron was pretty great for being such a short story. But I guess it helped that I was already in love with this world ;) Witches and magic are one of my favorite things to read about! I highly recommend this novella (and series!) whether you’ve read Stirring Up Trouble or not! It was a lot of fun, hilarious, plus there is a bit of romance thrown in which I quite enjoyed. If you have not read any of Juli’s work, you definitely need to!

Have you read this book? If so, what did you think about it? If not, what do you think? Does it sound like something you might want to read? Leave me a link to your review or comment below! :)


  1. Sounds like a really fun short story! That's awesome you love this world so much. :)


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