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  • By: M. K. Wiseman
  • Narrated by: Alyson Grauer
  • Length: 10 hrs and 34 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Magical Intelligence (M. I.)

By: M. K. Wiseman
Narrated by: Alyson Grauer
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Summary

When you are a member of Britain’s first team of wizard spies, every mission might be your last. But as the dawning of the 20th century draws ever nearer, magic grows weak. Violectric Dampening, the clash of man-made electricity with the gifts of magekind, threatens M.I.’s existence. And if that isn’t enough, they’ve now been discharged from their own government. Obsolete. Distrusted.

And now hunted by one of their own.

Myra Wetherby has always feared her so-called fits, strange visions of people, and places she cannot explain. It is the emotional manipulation, however, a strange empathic connection to those around her, which threatens her very sanity. A danger to her family, Myra runs away, falling straight into the hands of the newly ousted Magical Intelligence team. Who just so happen to need an ability like hers.

Which makes Myra one of them...whether she likes it or not.

©2020 M. K. Wiseman (P)2021 M. K. Wiseman

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  • 09-08-21

Not what I was expecting

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
The book was first hard to get in too but I decided to carry on listening and was not disappointed.

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Excellent

First class story. Loved these characters. Would love more of them. Great pace, Twists and turns good and did I mention great characters!

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Interesting

This was a new author for me and what a pleasant surprise this book was. It’s another take on witches and wizards and unique in its own way. I loved all the characters and was disappointed when one of them was killed off I would have loved to see more of this character. But sometimes it’s what’s needed for a story to move on. That being said I am now curious about what’s going to happen next with a few of the characters. I also enjoyed the narrator they did an amazing job.

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  • CuteAsADaisy
  • 26-08-22

Super Fun Magic & Spies Combo

This was a ton of fun! What's better then a good magic story? Well mash it up with an M.I.(spy organization) and throw it back in the late 1800's and you get a truly awesome book. I have really loved this author's other books as well due to his fantastic story and character development, he just brings them all to life!

Parents: Really best for middle school and up
Language: PG
Violence: PG13- wizard duels, necormancy, sacrifice murder but none of it is very graphic
Sexual content: PG13- LGBT, no bedroom scenes, mostly kissing and light romance

Narrator was fun and easy to listen too, had great character differentiation, and fun accents.

—I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Anthony
  • 12-08-22

Not for me.

I liked the premise, but it lost me when the character has a super magical ability and doesn't have to get very much training to use it. I like stories where the characters have to put some effort into the training of abilities and doesn't have it easy. Narration was really good.
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  • Jay Rose
  • 31-07-22

Magical Intelligence

I really enjoy the premise of this book, and I think it was well executed. I particularly like the magic system used, along with the diverse types of powers and how they affected the other characters. I had some trouble getting into it, but once I did, the plot easily engaged me. The narration is pretty good, although there were several spots in the recording where the audio became oddly muted for 5-10 words. Not enough to completely pull me out, but distracting nonetheless.
I received a free Audible copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Py
  • 05-06-22

MI meets MI2

I loved this book. I enjoyed my journey with 8 year old Myra as she struggled to understand her special gift. Now that she's 14 years and meets up with James James of the Magical Intelligence, the adventure begins. This is just another special story that can introduce young boys and girls into the magical world of books and their own MI2 adventure.

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  • Raelyn Houston
  • 08-09-21

Enjoyable!

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was a great twist on the magic genre. I can’t wait to listen to more books in this series. I love that the action started right at the beginning and I didn’t have to wade through several introductory chapters before we got to the good stuff. The narrator was fantastic. She did a great job with the different voices and accents. I would definitely listen to more books narrated by Alyson Grauer!

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  • Ann
  • 04-08-21

Victorian era magical spies

This story is a good start to a series about mages who are also spies. The characters are interesting and the storyline is good. The end of the book was a great jumping-off spot to start a second book. The narration was very good, and each character had a distinct voice. While I do think this is a really good book, I had a hard time getting into it because I am not a fan of steampunk or the overly wordy Victorianesque speech. If you are a fan of this type of story I would highly recommend this book.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Ink on my wings
  • 27-07-21

Magic, action, Spy’s and young love

The story takes place at the end of the 19th century in Britain under the rule of queen Victoria. The main protagonist is 14 year old Myra. After she starts getting visions at age 8 she runs away from home (to protect her family) and ends up in an orphanage. One night there is a fire in a near by warehouse, and as that connects to her visions, young Myra ends up inside. Not knowing how she got there, she tries to help as well as she can, and this becomes her introduction into a world of magic. Here she starts to learn the her way around her own powers, and the price for using them. The group she ends up entangled with, is a group of magical spy’s.
The world build in this story is very good. You get all of the Victorian times,with its ups and down, for the poor and the rich. It has a lot of action, and a little love too when Myra develops a crush toward one of their new colleagues.
I really liked the details of the world build and how the characters developed. It was hard to imagine how a 14 year old can have a crush like this, but in the Victorian times, girls did marry a lot younger than they do now, and there were no inappropriate behavior in the book.
There is a lot of details in this story, which was hard to keep track of in the audio version of the book. When that happened, I was grateful that I also bought the ebook version of the book, since it enabled me to go back and look up those details. It will be interesting to see where this story goes nexts.
The narrator was very good, which brought be great joy when listening to the story. All in all I loved the book. I got the audio version of this book for free, and bought the ebook version. Since I loved the story, I am leaving a voluntary review.