More of my reviews at Secrets of Lost WordsYou can also read this review here*A review copy was provided by the author for reviewing purposes*The Box was a fairly okay read. I didn't hate it, I didn't love it, so I guess that puts me in the so-so zone. The setting was refreshing. It tells you about another world that exists beside ours. That's where the wizards, witches, and sorceress lives.Now it's time for Species 101. A sorceress can produce magic on her own and use it. A wizard has to drain a sorceress's magic and leave her in a state between life and death (I think). And a witch also has the ability to drain a sorceress but doesn't know how so they work for the wizards hoping to be rewarded with the secret.Lou is just a normal girl who turned out to be sorceress. Her magic had been locked away since she was little. Her Gran had hoped to protect her from being drained and kept her away from the magical world. I think she was brave and kick some ass when it was needed. I think she did well when she was just transitioning into using her magic.Cindy (or Sin) is Lou's sister. She is a witch and loves the other world. She likes using magic and is the more cunning and reckless of the sisters.And Al, the heartthrob, is a wizard. I LIKED HIM. The ending left me shocked. Oh, if you read this, you know what I mean.Overall, I think it was an okay read.