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The ghouls of Monster High are at it again, with another spooktacular endeavor; the school’s very first prom! But designing a prom becomes a monstermentous challenge, when the planning committee can't agree on a theme that represents unity, diversity, and inclusion. Discouraged by the widening divide among her friends, Draculaura unknowingly turns to dark magic to reignite The ghouls of Monster High are at it again, with another spooktacular endeavor; the school’s very first prom! But designing a prom becomes a monstermentous challenge, when the planning committee can't agree on a theme that represents unity, diversity, and inclusion. Discouraged by the widening divide among her friends, Draculaura unknowingly turns to dark magic to reignite her fellow ghouls’ flame for fierceness. When the entire school is rocked by a curse she unleashed on accident, Draculaura's only hope at reversing her mistake is a secret in her past. She has to find the missing daughter of the Grand High Witch, a monster who mysteriously disappeared while living undercover with her adopted, royal family. Draculaura and her friends embark on a journey to learn the current identity of the last existing creature of her kind. The ghouls face the dangers of traveling to the hidden city of Las Vengeance, where all the comforts of monster living have been buried six feet under. In the crime-ridden city, they discover a story of persecution, untapped powers, and the scorn for a fatal history that plagued all monsters.


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The ghouls of Monster High are at it again, with another spooktacular endeavor; the school’s very first prom! But designing a prom becomes a monstermentous challenge, when the planning committee can't agree on a theme that represents unity, diversity, and inclusion. Discouraged by the widening divide among her friends, Draculaura unknowingly turns to dark magic to reignite The ghouls of Monster High are at it again, with another spooktacular endeavor; the school’s very first prom! But designing a prom becomes a monstermentous challenge, when the planning committee can't agree on a theme that represents unity, diversity, and inclusion. Discouraged by the widening divide among her friends, Draculaura unknowingly turns to dark magic to reignite her fellow ghouls’ flame for fierceness. When the entire school is rocked by a curse she unleashed on accident, Draculaura's only hope at reversing her mistake is a secret in her past. She has to find the missing daughter of the Grand High Witch, a monster who mysteriously disappeared while living undercover with her adopted, royal family. Draculaura and her friends embark on a journey to learn the current identity of the last existing creature of her kind. The ghouls face the dangers of traveling to the hidden city of Las Vengeance, where all the comforts of monster living have been buried six feet under. In the crime-ridden city, they discover a story of persecution, untapped powers, and the scorn for a fatal history that plagued all monsters.

42 review for Memories of the Lost Witch: A Monster High Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Glen

    I won this book in a goodreads drawing. Teen monsters try to come up with a theme for the prom that is properly inclusive...and I started to zone out.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Geric

    Great For Kids Thank you to Goodreads for a Kindle copy of this book in exchange for a fair review of this book. I won it in a Goodreads giveaway. I'm grateful! I signed up for this giveaway to have my daughter read this book, but she wasn't interested. I ended up reading it. With zero knowledge of the Monster High series, I tried my best to understand the story. The characters have the cutest names, some of which are normal terminology and nouns that were changed to be ghoulish sounding. The story Great For Kids Thank you to Goodreads for a Kindle copy of this book in exchange for a fair review of this book. I won it in a Goodreads giveaway. I'm grateful! I signed up for this giveaway to have my daughter read this book, but she wasn't interested. I ended up reading it. With zero knowledge of the Monster High series, I tried my best to understand the story. The characters have the cutest names, some of which are normal terminology and nouns that were changed to be ghoulish sounding. The story was hard to read without a background but it's a short read (53 pages) which wasn't bad.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Traci

    I received a free copy of this this book for an honest review and any opinions expressed are my own. This is a cute book for someone around the middle school age. It has a good example of diversity in the book through the struggle of finding an inclusive theme for the prom. In this story Draculaura makes a mistake and uses magic to try to heal her friendships; however, everything goes very wrong. Through this it shows the actions of true friends. This is a cute book for someone into the Monster I received a free copy of this this book for an honest review and any opinions expressed are my own. This is a cute book for someone around the middle school age. It has a good example of diversity in the book through the struggle of finding an inclusive theme for the prom. In this story Draculaura makes a mistake and uses magic to try to heal her friendships; however, everything goes very wrong. Through this it shows the actions of true friends. This is a cute book for someone into the Monster High series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Deirdre Lohrmann

    Its a very cute and short book that I won on Goodreads Giveaways. There were some typos I caught while reading but other than that it's cute for kids who still like Monster High and the monsters that go there. Its a very cute and short book that I won on Goodreads Giveaways. There were some typos I caught while reading but other than that it's cute for kids who still like Monster High and the monsters that go there.

  5. 4 out of 5

    DonnaMoltoBella

    Goodreads Giveaway, which I could not complete as I was frustrated by the terminology. This writting style, diction, etc. was, unfortunately, not my cup of tea despite my excitement about the topic. I felt the terminology lacked originality.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Hodgen

    Thank you goodreads for sending me a copy via kindle. I thought it was very cute, good for middle school reading. The names, and script for monsters were nice.

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    Angela Laidlaw

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    Kara Lauren

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    Nick Neagle

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    Ann Ellis

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    lou brown

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    Brandi O'Berry

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    Katie Mccarthy

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    Tj Needham

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    Scott

  42. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

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