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Heroes aren’t born; they’re made. But so are villains. Grab the entire School of Necessary Magic Raine Campbell series at a great price! Raine Campbell never knew she was special until her dormant magic unleashed to protect her friends. But it couldn’t be contained or controlled. Enter the School of Necessary Magic, where magical teens are taught to master their abiliti Heroes aren’t born; they’re made. But so are villains. Grab the entire School of Necessary Magic Raine Campbell series at a great price! Raine Campbell never knew she was special until her dormant magic unleashed to protect her friends. But it couldn’t be contained or controlled. Enter the School of Necessary Magic, where magical teens are taught to master their abilities and maybe learn some math. During a forbidden trip into the massive underground city beneath the school –– off limits to freshman –– Raine discovers druids are disappearing. And no one seems to care. Refusing to stand by and ignore it like everyone else, she dives into an increasingly dangerous plot to rescue them before the balance the druids maintain tips into chaos. But doing so requires breaking rules that could lead to her expulsion and threatens to end her dream of working as a witch for the FBI, following in the footsteps of her father and uncle. Join Raine on an action-packed adventure of magic and mayhem. After all rules are just guidelines, right? Say hello to old friends and meet the new freshmen class at the School of Necessary Magic. This boxed set includes all nine books in the series: Ward Of The FBI, Orphan Witch, Special Witch Of The FBI, Oath Of The Witch, Cold Case of the Witch, Witch Fugitive, Untouchable Witch, Probationary Agent, and A Necessary Witch. NOTE: While the series continues in the same world with some returning characters, it does stand alone. No prior experience necessary.


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Heroes aren’t born; they’re made. But so are villains. Grab the entire School of Necessary Magic Raine Campbell series at a great price! Raine Campbell never knew she was special until her dormant magic unleashed to protect her friends. But it couldn’t be contained or controlled. Enter the School of Necessary Magic, where magical teens are taught to master their abiliti Heroes aren’t born; they’re made. But so are villains. Grab the entire School of Necessary Magic Raine Campbell series at a great price! Raine Campbell never knew she was special until her dormant magic unleashed to protect her friends. But it couldn’t be contained or controlled. Enter the School of Necessary Magic, where magical teens are taught to master their abilities and maybe learn some math. During a forbidden trip into the massive underground city beneath the school –– off limits to freshman –– Raine discovers druids are disappearing. And no one seems to care. Refusing to stand by and ignore it like everyone else, she dives into an increasingly dangerous plot to rescue them before the balance the druids maintain tips into chaos. But doing so requires breaking rules that could lead to her expulsion and threatens to end her dream of working as a witch for the FBI, following in the footsteps of her father and uncle. Join Raine on an action-packed adventure of magic and mayhem. After all rules are just guidelines, right? Say hello to old friends and meet the new freshmen class at the School of Necessary Magic. This boxed set includes all nine books in the series: Ward Of The FBI, Orphan Witch, Special Witch Of The FBI, Oath Of The Witch, Cold Case of the Witch, Witch Fugitive, Untouchable Witch, Probationary Agent, and A Necessary Witch. NOTE: While the series continues in the same world with some returning characters, it does stand alone. No prior experience necessary.

30 review for School of Necessary Magic Raine Campbell Complete Omnibus: Books 1 - 9

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kimmarie Pozar

    Summer read or fun read any time. I keep searching for more series about the Oriceran/earth universe and loving every one of them. Also sad when I finish them. All have been great. The author notes too.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dallass

    Solid YA urban fantasy series. I binged this omnibus over two days, and I don’t regret a minute of it. This was a delightful series full of wonderful friendships and mysteries that helped our core group grow and find themselves. Loved the interaction with the teachers, especially Xander, and the Head Librarian - and his poppy - were adorable and so sweet and supportive to Raine. Would definitely add this to my shelves if only the onmibus was available in paperback. If you’re curious, there was noth Solid YA urban fantasy series. I binged this omnibus over two days, and I don’t regret a minute of it. This was a delightful series full of wonderful friendships and mysteries that helped our core group grow and find themselves. Loved the interaction with the teachers, especially Xander, and the Head Librarian - and his poppy - were adorable and so sweet and supportive to Raine. Would definitely add this to my shelves if only the onmibus was available in paperback. If you’re curious, there was nothing I would consider a trigger warning. No explicit language, no graphic violence. Only sweet teenage romance (hugging, kissing and holding hands) and the usual teenage worries, but with a paranormal twist. 4.5 stars ⭐️

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Jane

    Disappointing after the previous box set This is clearly YA fiction.. yet it's not listed as such. Annoying. I would have chosen something else, I kept hoping it would grow up and bloom but it didn't. It's difficult to trace the correct reading order for these multiple series which all interlock and yes that's despite checking the website.. the miniscule images, and unclear titles, the box sets that are not clearly named. The frustration is very real. It's annoying that the author says they don't n Disappointing after the previous box set This is clearly YA fiction.. yet it's not listed as such. Annoying. I would have chosen something else, I kept hoping it would grow up and bloom but it didn't. It's difficult to trace the correct reading order for these multiple series which all interlock and yes that's despite checking the website.. the miniscule images, and unclear titles, the box sets that are not clearly named. The frustration is very real. It's annoying that the author says they don't need to be read in order to make sense.. it's clear that they do because references are continually made to events that presumably are in those books.. from some I am going to guess that reading a later book first will mean that you know who survives. Irritating. This is written in a very simplistic way. The language is lacking dynamics.. it's almost like it's been dumbed down.. Raine is too perfect, too FBI, too much.. everyone loves her even though she's a know-it-all and seems to believe that she's the only one who can fix everything. Perfect student, perfect friend, perfect girlfriend.. there's no reality because she never faces a row with a friend, a disagreement, a failure.. everything glides perfectly in all her relationships.. and don't quote Madelyn because by then it's really too late and even that turns into another perfect friendship.. they are teenagers and yet there is really no angst.. each of her friends has a tiny bit but it is all cleared away without any real emotions.. The staff were wooden, stereotypical clichés or hammy.. it just didn't flow.. I struggled to maintain interest whereas the previous series I read was really gripping and full of energy.. we spent a large part of one episode droning on about film reviews.. please not mid novel.. if I wanted opinions about directors I would not be reading fiction. It's more a 2.5 than a 3 but I can't leave that score..

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Hare

    Enjoyed unusual magical school Rainie Cambell began a magical adventure after being enrolled in as a junior in a magical boarding school. Raiane's adventure began after finding out she was magical during a bullying incident which resulted into being admitted in the School of necessary magic. She makes friends each as unique as she. The four years they are in school renites them as the FBI Trouble Sqaud and protectors of the students as well as others. Good high school story with a magical touch Enjoyed unusual magical school Rainie Cambell began a magical adventure after being enrolled in as a junior in a magical boarding school. Raiane's adventure began after finding out she was magical during a bullying incident which resulted into being admitted in the School of necessary magic. She makes friends each as unique as she. The four years they are in school renites them as the FBI Trouble Sqaud and protectors of the students as well as others. Good high school story with a magical touch

  5. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Giegler

    Big universes need anthologies. I love anthologies. Especially when the universe holds several series. Less clutter in my library and less chance I read the wrong book next without looking at a list. This is my first series in the universe. It refers to events and characters from other books but I'm not sure what ones. Hints more than spoilers except to know certain teachers can't die because they are in here. I'm moving on to a previous series thinking it might be the one that contains the battl Big universes need anthologies. I love anthologies. Especially when the universe holds several series. Less clutter in my library and less chance I read the wrong book next without looking at a list. This is my first series in the universe. It refers to events and characters from other books but I'm not sure what ones. Hints more than spoilers except to know certain teachers can't die because they are in here. I'm moving on to a previous series thinking it might be the one that contains the battle.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    Again, I came at this series after reading some books that took place in the Florida school, so not sure where these fit in the grand scheme of things. Despite that, I liked the books collected into this volume, and I still fully intend to read more in this world, (going back to the Florida gang if I can find more), because I read those first, and I like those characters better, though I'm finding I did like this whole collection, so perhaps I can figure it all out after reading more in other se Again, I came at this series after reading some books that took place in the Florida school, so not sure where these fit in the grand scheme of things. Despite that, I liked the books collected into this volume, and I still fully intend to read more in this world, (going back to the Florida gang if I can find more), because I read those first, and I like those characters better, though I'm finding I did like this whole collection, so perhaps I can figure it all out after reading more in other series that are part of this world.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kera

    It was OK Raine just isn't my favorite character. Normally I fly through books. I felt like I had to trudge through this series. The whole FBI obsession was weird. She seemed self-righteous and just boring, but was written to be the darling of the group and school. I just didn't find her likeable. There were also too many needless add-ons. The movie night started fun but became weird and felt contrived and thrown in. The Madelyn story wasn't good - she went form obsessed and evil to a best friend It was OK Raine just isn't my favorite character. Normally I fly through books. I felt like I had to trudge through this series. The whole FBI obsession was weird. She seemed self-righteous and just boring, but was written to be the darling of the group and school. I just didn't find her likeable. There were also too many needless add-ons. The movie night started fun but became weird and felt contrived and thrown in. The Madelyn story wasn't good - she went form obsessed and evil to a best friend? It just didn't work for me.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Robin Alford

    Greatest Parallel Ever!!! If you’re like me, you were super bummed when the Harry Potter series ended....BUT fret not, Raine Campbell is here to renew those good vibes. Awesome series with enough paranormal parallels to Harry Potter and more than enough distinctions to endear itself to a new reader. Great flowing storyline, amazing characterization and just about every quirk needed to stay engaged to the last page.

  9. 5 out of 5

    eileenhardy

    Epic tale of magic and mystery I have just binge read the whole 9 books in the series. Although a little wordy at times it was an enjoyable and absorbing read. The characters were all well developed and I was keen to find out how it all ended. I gave the series an excellent rating because I was hooked on the battle between good and evil magic and the different facets of each book. I rather hope that in the future the author revisits the characters so that the saga continues.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Irene O'Brien

    Just be yourself and everything will work out. Rains is horrified to discover she is a witch, she never endeavour her family's magical history. Going to the School of Necessary Magic enabled her to find herself. Battling with dark witches and other creatures who wished her and friends out of the way Rains nd her mismatched friends fight their way through fours years of school. A must read for all lovers of the supernatural and beings from other worlds. Just be yourself and everything will work out. Rains is horrified to discover she is a witch, she never endeavour her family's magical history. Going to the School of Necessary Magic enabled her to find herself. Battling with dark witches and other creatures who wished her and friends out of the way Rains nd her mismatched friends fight their way through fours years of school. A must read for all lovers of the supernatural and beings from other worlds.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Christy deSade

    Cotton candy writing This book was obviously written for preteens. Everything was very sanitized, very cotton candy like. The dialogue was very stilted and overly formal given the ages and backgrounds of the characters. For all of the superfluous descriptions of things and places, the world building was lacking. There was very little character development either. I might've enjoyed it at age 11 or 12, but as an adult, I was bored. Cotton candy writing This book was obviously written for preteens. Everything was very sanitized, very cotton candy like. The dialogue was very stilted and overly formal given the ages and backgrounds of the characters. For all of the superfluous descriptions of things and places, the world building was lacking. There was very little character development either. I might've enjoyed it at age 11 or 12, but as an adult, I was bored.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Gee

    One of the best reads of the year!!! At first, I got the feeling that this series was more for jr. high kids. As I comfy to read, I just got absorbed into the series. You watch these characters grow and blossom, until you find the feeling of family. I recommend this series whole-heartedly, to readers of ALL ages. Bravo, author, and please write more on the continued adventures of these characters!!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jenae (Jeni)

    So many books! So, reading so many books in a row can kind of mess up what happened when. But that's only important for reviews with spoilers! Since I have no intention of spoiling this for you, I will simply state a couple points. First, this series does not start at the end of high school, like most of the "School of" books I've read. Second, these are YA books and read as such. And lastly, I personally loved the entire series. Enjoy! So many books! So, reading so many books in a row can kind of mess up what happened when. But that's only important for reviews with spoilers! Since I have no intention of spoiling this for you, I will simply state a couple points. First, this series does not start at the end of high school, like most of the "School of" books I've read. Second, these are YA books and read as such. And lastly, I personally loved the entire series. Enjoy!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Angie

    What FUN! The first book was certainly not ordinary, but definitely pleasant. I know that sounds rather mundane, but it set the tone for the entire series. Good, clean fun wrapped in a TON of magic and action. I am looking forward to the pleasure of reading many more books by all the authors. THANK YOU!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dwayne Tranbarger

    School of necessary magic This was a fun read I think for all ages it shows a growth of a teenager and a group of teams that worked together the help others I was really proud of rain cam I was really proud of Adrian who became the looper captain all of them with all their problems Evi Sarah Philip They overcame them

  16. 5 out of 5

    Z'ev

    Binge reading I read all nine books straight through. Clean, no scatology. Believable good characters with varied enough plots to keep me interested. My only beef is that sometimes I thought the characters too good. I recommend the series. Note that I have not yet read the first 'School . . .' series. Binge reading I read all nine books straight through. Clean, no scatology. Believable good characters with varied enough plots to keep me interested. My only beef is that sometimes I thought the characters too good. I recommend the series. Note that I have not yet read the first 'School . . .' series.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mona Cashman

    Books 1 to 9 school of unnecessary msgic I really enjoyed these books. Well written, and very well paced. I look forward to reading more from these authors as they work well together. I would recommend these books to those who are young at heart as well as those joining adulthood in the near future

  18. 5 out of 5

    Carol Darling

    New magic Magic is new in this world again, after portals to another world of dimension reopened the few magical people who's families survived the closing untold years ago are starting to come out in public. Now an orphan girl finds she is magical. She wants to become the first witch FBI agent. These are her story and hard to put down. New magic Magic is new in this world again, after portals to another world of dimension reopened the few magical people who's families survived the closing untold years ago are starting to come out in public. Now an orphan girl finds she is magical. She wants to become the first witch FBI agent. These are her story and hard to put down.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    A interesting ride The one thing I can say, is the author of this series, and all the books by Martha Carr, Michael Anderle, and there are others. They write such strong charismatic characters, the kind to stay with you long after the end. That's what I love about this series, if you do too. Give them the chance to come alive in your minds eye. A interesting ride The one thing I can say, is the author of this series, and all the books by Martha Carr, Michael Anderle, and there are others. They write such strong charismatic characters, the kind to stay with you long after the end. That's what I love about this series, if you do too. Give them the chance to come alive in your minds eye.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Silas

    Excellent adventure in reading. I read all nine books in the series. Each was enjoyable and the development of the characters was amazing. The strong emphasis on loyalty, caring for others and searching for solutions was very much a "recess" from the current negativity surrounding me during my "stay home" months. Excellent adventure in reading. I read all nine books in the series. Each was enjoyable and the development of the characters was amazing. The strong emphasis on loyalty, caring for others and searching for solutions was very much a "recess" from the current negativity surrounding me during my "stay home" months.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jessika Sadell

    Great read for young readers. Deals with topics applicable to highschoolers but reads at a lower level. Emotional content enough to be enjoyable as light reading for adults. Who doesn't love a good escapism novel or 2. Interesting characters and now I have to read the other series based in the same world. Great read for young readers. Deals with topics applicable to highschoolers but reads at a lower level. Emotional content enough to be enjoyable as light reading for adults. Who doesn't love a good escapism novel or 2. Interesting characters and now I have to read the other series based in the same world.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Arlene J. Reardon

    I can't say I loved it. So much redundancy with what the students are thinking / feeling / doing. Totally didn't like "movie nights", which I found totally unnecessary to the story line. Not much happens in each book, though I did finish them all. I do give all authors credit for having the talent to think up story lines, but Ms. Berens' books are not what I would continue to read. I can't say I loved it. So much redundancy with what the students are thinking / feeling / doing. Totally didn't like "movie nights", which I found totally unnecessary to the story line. Not much happens in each book, though I did finish them all. I do give all authors credit for having the talent to think up story lines, but Ms. Berens' books are not what I would continue to read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Donna McCaw

    I read the entire series. There were just a few times when I fast forwarded through a couple of pages. Mostly in the later books when some of the text was predictable and moved rather slow. Having said that, I really liked the series. The characters were very interesting and the plots were different from others that I have read. I look forward to following Raine's career as an FBI agent:) I read the entire series. There were just a few times when I fast forwarded through a couple of pages. Mostly in the later books when some of the text was predictable and moved rather slow. Having said that, I really liked the series. The characters were very interesting and the plots were different from others that I have read. I look forward to following Raine's career as an FBI agent:)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Merhlynne

    Recess for the mind! I read a lot of this genre of books. A LOT. While I enjoyed this series I felt like something was missing, which created a little bit of a disconnect for me. Not enough to make me want to stop reading... Just enough that I couldn't give it a five star rating. Still, a good read with enjoyable, fleshed out characters. Enjoy! M Recess for the mind! I read a lot of this genre of books. A LOT. While I enjoyed this series I felt like something was missing, which created a little bit of a disconnect for me. Not enough to make me want to stop reading... Just enough that I couldn't give it a five star rating. Still, a good read with enjoyable, fleshed out characters. Enjoy! M

  25. 4 out of 5

    Todd

    Considering how much I loved the first series I was very disappointed in this one. The first series had me laughing out loud at least once during each of the installments. This series is much more for a younger audience I guess

  26. 5 out of 5

    Paula Hanlon

    Great series and most unexpected A series about a magical school, friendship, and growing up while finding trouble and helping others in the process. A great series about unexpected events leading to deep ties with others completely different from themselves.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Myla Aguilar

    Good Read I like the series, that had good characters, more for a younger generation but still a good read. Some I found repetitive or unneeded and could have been more. Either way still a good read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amos

    Great story Some seemed familiar. I read a lot and my memory is faulty. I know I've read many of these books when they first came out. But having them in proper sequence is so much better. Michael you have another treasure here thanks for sharing. Great story Some seemed familiar. I read a lot and my memory is faulty. I know I've read many of these books when they first came out. But having them in proper sequence is so much better. Michael you have another treasure here thanks for sharing.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Rolen

    The School of Necessary Magic for the young I liked the simplicity and happy spirit of the series. I think young adults would enjoy more than older ones. Raine is always the sweetest and kindest and the favorite. That got too repetitive but I loved the characters.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Greg Engelhart

    An enjoyable way to relax. The best part of this collection of books is that you can easily enjoy the experience of the story. The writing is really good and the flow of books is truly easy to relax and enjoy.

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