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The Serpent’s Secret, by Sayantani Dasgupta — April 13, 2018

The Serpent’s Secret, by Sayantani Dasgupta

download (1)Up until her twelfth birthday, Kiranmala considered herself an ordinary sixth-grader in Parsippany, New Jersey, but then her parents disappear and a drooling rakkhosh demon shows up in her kitchen, and soon she is swept into another dimension, full of magic, winged horses, talking birds (very annoying), and cute princes–and somehow Kiranmala needs to sort it all out, find her parents, and basically save the world.

This book was pretty good. The characters were very detailed and relatable. The plot was intense and kept me hooked. The mythology was, well, I have never read mythology like that before. But there were a few problems that I get into later in the review. 

The characters were really funny. Kiranmala, Kiran for short, was really sassy and funny and was just a really loveable character. Neel and Lal were okay but I think that Lal could have been more developed. Everyone had a backstory and it was awesome because you never knew everything about anyone. It kept you hooked. The characters developed very well and sometimes they didn’t develop for the better. I’m trying to write this without spoiling it and I didn’t realize how hard it was. 

My favorite character was Neel. He is the classic broody bad boy. My one weakness. His flying horse, Night, is also pretty cool. And the fact that he is a demon pacifist is amazing. Honestly, how many people do you know who are demon pacifists? None, probably. Everyone you know would just kill the demons. Neel also wasn’t one of those people who is always forgiving people when they ask for it, yet he will help them they need it. I would love a book just from his perspective. 

The plot was very intense and it kept you engaged. The mythology was very interesting and it prompted me to research further about the Bengal cultures. In the beginning, it was very fast and then it slowed down a bit. Then it sped up again. That was very annoying. It was a classic debut author mistake. The author did a very good job describing the worlds and the creatures. It was very impressive. In the beginning, I didn’t know anything about Bengal folktales, by the end I knew a bit and it prompted me to research more. There were a lot of plot twists and it made you wonder what was going to happen in the next book.

The setting was really well done. The author described everything really well and you understood what the mythology was. I felt like I was in the story, going on an adventure with the characters. The author did very well describing the various worlds. I felt like I could be in them all by myself, without the characters there, so that I would have more time to explore. It was enthralling and I will definitely read the next book.

 As you can probably see I really enjoyed reading this book and I will definitely be picking up the sequel. I highly recommend it to everyone. Please remember to fill out my survey!!!! You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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Counting by 7s, by Holly Goldberg Sloan — April 10, 2018

Counting by 7s, by Holly Goldberg Sloan

download (1)Twelve-year-old genius and outsider Willow Chance must figure out how to connect with other people and find a surrogate family for herself after her parents are killed in a car accident.

This book was amazing!!! It was also really sad but beautiful at the same time. To say I loved is not enough. Let’s just say, if my bookshelf was on fire this book would be one of the first I would try to save. Sloan created relatable characters that I couldn’t help but love with all of my heart and she talked about topics that aren’t often talked about in MG or YA novels. These were topics like gifted children, grief over both parents dying, foster parents, and foster care. I loved it. If you want to learn more than read on.

The characters were very relatable and I loved them all to pieces. They were diverse and beautiful and so human. They had flaws and talents which they used a lot. Sometimes, you find characters that don’t have flaws and are perfect. It is very annoying. But not with these characters!!!! They have flaws and everyone recognizes it. I loved it. The characters were my favorite part of this book.

My two favorite characters were Pattie and Mai. They were so determined and could get what needed to be done, done. But they also followed their hearts and helped people when they needed it. It was amazing and if I ever get to meet them in real life I would ask them for their autographs. I’m not sure how that would go but I would try. They are the perfect role models for young girls. They don’t listen to anyone and do what they think is right. It is amazing. But they both had their flaws. If you want to know what they are then read the book.

The plot was very interesting. You don’t get many books about foster care and grief, at least, not in MG and YA. This book also taught the meaning of family and that it isn’t always defined by blood. Of course, sometimes it is but sometimes you forge deeper bonds with others and they become like your second family. It is amazing how it works. I hope that I someday have a second family like that. There are also a lot of character arcs. The characters learned to be better people and that they could help each other out of their dark places.

The setting was just a suburban dwelling and then an apartment. I think that it was done well but I wouldn’t know because I have never lived in an apartment and I never really want to. But I know people that do and the description seems pretty accurate to me. I think that the garden settings were the best settings out of them all. They were really realistic and I learned something while reading about them. It was awesome and I loved it. 

As you can probably see this book was amazing and you should all pick it up. I promise you will love it. Please remember to fill out my survey!!! You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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Book Rating: th (14)

Brown Girl Dreaming, by Jacqueline Woodson — April 4, 2018

Brown Girl Dreaming, by Jacqueline Woodson

download (1)Raised in South Carolina and New York, Woodson always felt halfway home in each place. In vivid poems, she shares what it was like to grow up as an African American in the 1960s and 1970s, living with the remnants of Jim Crow and her growing awareness of the Civil Rights movement. Touching and powerful, each poem is both accessible and emotionally charged, each line a glimpse into a child’s soul as she searches for her place in the world. Woodson’s eloquent poetry also reflects the joy of finding her voice through writing stories, despite the fact that she struggled with reading as a child. Her love of stories inspired her and stayed with her, creating the first sparks of the gifted writer she was to become. 

This book was SO BEAUTIFUL!!!! *goes and cries because of the beauty* We got to know Jacqueline on a personal level and when the book was over I felt like I was losing a friend. There was not really a plot but for this book that was okay. Honestly, just read further and then read the book so that you can get a piece of this beauty.

The characters were AMAZING!!! I loved how every character had a backstory and a story to tell and it talked about real life things that happen to actual families. It was so interesting to see how the Woodsons reacted to each and every trial. I also liked how everyone in that family was different. This book teaches a lot of important life lessons to children and it is so beautiful and pure and I’m in love.

My favorite character was Odella, or Dell for short. She was always reading and the smartest in her class. I liked seeing that and I liked seeing how relatable she was, even though she wasn’t talked about much. The times that she was mentioned I knew that she would have been my favorite. Mainly because of the books she read. She would have made a great book blogger. Except for the fact that her mother would have never let her blog. 

The plot was… virtually nonexistent. Which was good for this book because it was a memoir. There were life events that happened to the family but they weren’t the plot. They were maybe 3 to 5 poems. Oh, that’s another thing to talk about. The poems. They were a writing style that I don’t normally read. But, in my opinion, the poems were beautiful. They conveyed what Jacqueline was feeling at the moment while keeping you informed on what was happening. And did I mention that most of these poems were only a page or two wrong? It was amazing!! Just another reason for you to read this book. 

The setting was always changing with the poem that was being read. Yet, you always knew where you were. I was enthralled. I could envision myself in the setting. Not playing with the characters because I never envision myself in memoirs and biographies. And that is pretty much all I can probably put into coherent speech that will convince you to read this book. Except for this: READ THE BOOK!!! I PROMISE YOU WILL LOVE IT!!!!

As you can probably see from the above paragraph, I really really loved this book. I highly recommend it to everyone reading this post. And then to your friends and family. Just read the book. By the way, this book fills out my “written in prose or poetry” for my 208 Book Bingo challenge.  Please remember to fill out my survey!! You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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Restart, by Gordon Korman — March 17, 2018

Restart, by Gordon Korman

download (1)Chase does not remember falling off the roof, in fact he does not remember anything about himself, and when he gets back to middle school he begins to learn who he was through the reactions of the other kids–trouble is, he really is not sure he likes the Chase that is being revealed, but can he take the opportunity amnesia has provided and restart his life?

This book was really interesting. I know I say that a lot that is just the only way to describe this book. The bullying aspect was my favorite part of this yet I think that it was the least well done. Otherwise, the characters were well done and the plot was very interesting. Want to know more? Then read on.

I hoped that we would get a diverse group of middle school kids and they’d be awesome but that didn’t happen. Instead we got, I think because the author never went into any detail about this, a bunch of white kids being mean to each other. Wonderful. There were also some of the popular kids are always bullies trope that I hated. But I think that I’m focusing on the negative aspect of this. The video kids were awesome. They were super supportive of each other, including Chase(sort of). They were what I want the world to be like. Even if standing up to the bullies was really hard(and they didn’t really do it) they also didn’t stop. I’m pretty sure I would’ve.

My favorite character in this was Soshanna. She was really strong and the only one willing to stand up to the bullies. I loved how interesting she was. In the beginning she hated Chase for what he and his friends did to her brother, Joel, but then she realized that he wasn’t the same person after falling off that roof. It was really impressive to read about her character arc. I am very proud of her and was always like “You go girl!!!”. Just that last sentence sums up what I thought about her.

The plot was different from what I have been reading. Well, considering that I’ve read the classics anything would be different from that. Except maybe a contemporary novel. Set in the 1800s. But now I’m getting off topic and I need to talk about the plot and why I didn’t like the bullying aspect of this book. Let’s get on that. The plot was, for the most part, very unique and I was invested in it. But 15% of the time I would have to put down the book and think about some things like the bullying aspect. 

The bullying aspect was the part where the football team generally acts like they’re kings of the school and entitled to push everyone else around. Especially the “nerds” (aka kids just doing what they’re passionate about). What I didn’t get was why this was just the football team? Why is everyone on that team a bully? Aren’t there other bullies in that school who aren’t on the football team? It was confusing and it annoyed me. I’m glad that I got that out of my head. Now I’m going to do something calming and write about the setting.

The setting was basically a school, a nursing home, and a house. That’s not bad, that’s just where the main character spent most of his time. The school was a typical middle school. Lockers, classrooms, and kids running around. Yay!!! It was very descriptive and I really enjoyed it. I could compare it to my middle school experience. Now, I haven’t been in many nursing homes but I am fairly certain that this was descriptive. And a house. I know that this house was realistic because most of us live in houses. Sorry for that. I couldn’t help it. Maybe I should just continue onto the end of this post now.

As you can see this was a bundle of thoughts on Restart. I know that my Goodreads rating said 4 stars but that isn’t happening. Please remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons


Book Rating: th (52)

Checked, by Cynthia Kadohata — January 17, 2018

Checked, by Cynthia Kadohata

downloadFrom Newbery Medalist Cynthia Kadohata comes a brilliantly realized sports novel about a hockey player who must discover who he is without the sport that defines him.

Hockey is Conor’s life. His whole life. He’ll say it himself, he’s a hockey beast. It’s his dad’s whole life too—and Conor is sure that’s why his stepmom, Jenny, left. There are very few things Conor and his dad love more than the game, and one of those things is their Doberman, Sinbad. When Sinbad is diagnosed with cancer, Conor chooses to put his hockey lessons and practices on hold so they can pay for Sinbad’s chemotherapy.

But without hockey to distract him, Conor begins to notice more. Like his dad’s crying bouts, and his friend’s difficult family life. And then Conor notices one more thing: Without hockey, the one thing that makes him feel special, is he really special at all?

This book will be published on February 6, 2018.

Thank you Edelweiss and Atheneum/Caitlyn Doughty Books for sending this book to me. So before I read this I didn’t know anything about hockey, but let’s be honest, I still don’t know anything about hockey, and that was okay. This book focuses on hockey but it also focuses on family, friends, and spending time with the people that you care about. So this book had a lot of important messages that kids need to learn. So, I really enjoyed this book but I didn’t like it as much as I think I could’ve read on to find out why.

The characters in this book were very deep and realistic. They acted like normal 5th or 6th grade boys. I could understand their train of thought and how they interacted with each other. There was lots of character development which I loved because I always love character development. The main character needed to learn more about himself and how he reacted to the world. I loved it quite a bit.

Sinbad, the dog, was awesome. I was impressed with how strong and brave he was. He didn’t have to be that strong and brave yet he chose to be. If I was going through chemotherapy I would have been way more depressed then that dog. And the way that Sinbad was treated by his family was top notch. Everyone cared about that dog and even though I like cats better then dogs I still liked Sinbad. I loved this dog quite a lot. 

The plot sort of confused me because it talked about hockey and I don’t really understand hockey. I have never played and I never want to play. The plot didn’t just talk about hockey though, it also talked about family, cancer, and friends. I loved how deep this story went. This book will teach kids that it’s okay to be different. Sometimes I couldn’t connect to the characters and events in this book. It may be because of my lifestyle and how I was raised, but it might also mean that some events were not as realistic as they could’ve been. Who knows? Well, what I’m trying to say is that the plot could have been better, in my eyes.

The setting was okay. It could have been worse. That might be the theme of this review. Everything could’ve been worse except for the characters. But that means that everything could have been better as well. I enjoyed reading this book quite a lot. It gave a different perspective on life. The setting was pretty descriptive and realistic. I enjoyed listening to Conor’s life and thoughts. It was satisfying in a way. I know I rambled a lot in this review but I did really enjoy this book. 

Once again, sorry for rambling. I really enjoyed this book, I just think that it could have been way better. Please remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!!! Have a Great Day!!!! -Annalee and Buttons

Book Rating: th (52)

The Tournament at Gorlan, by John Flanagan — January 14, 2018

The Tournament at Gorlan, by John Flanagan

download (1)In this prequel to the to the Ranger’s Apprentice series, Halt and Crowly travel north seeking Prince Duncan’s royal warrant to stop Morgarath from corrupting the Corps, but if they are to prevent a coup that is nearing success, the young Rangers will have to tread a dangerous path toward the annual tournament at Gorlan.

This book is set way in the past. 15 years in the past to be exact (FYI: I’m doing this off of the first book in the series). I loved this book just as much as I loved the rest of the series. Maybe better. If you read more you’ll find out.

The characters were awesome. I loved them all. I liked how we got see some of the characters way younger, and making mistakes. It was really cool. I loved how funny some of the characters were. Because they were really funny. We also got to know more about some side characters that we meet earlier in the series. 

Crowly was a side character in the Ranger’s Apprentice series. He was a main character in this book. I really enjoyed hearing his quicksilver tongue at work. He was a great leader. I loved how funny he was. It was really satisfying to hear him get at Halt. I wrote down some great insults from Crowly. My eternal gratitude.

So, as you can probably see, I really loved the characters in this book. They were so strong and were always looking out for each other. But, they seemed a little too perfect to be real. That was my only problem with them, otherwise they were awesome, like their skills at insulting people. Those were really satisfying. I admire them for their skills and their courage. 

The plot was very well written. There was lots of suspense and stalking and plotting but there was also a lot of action and running and climbing. This book also had a lot of fun little scenes that made the book way better. The book would not have been the same without those. There was lots of suspense and tension in the little group as well. I loved it so much!!!!!! Sometimes, books just need a fun scene to lighten the mood in a book. I know that I do. There was more action at the end of this book, then in the front of the book. I loved it that way, because it wouldn’t have made sense for it to be in the front of the book. What I’m trying to say is that I loved the plot a lot.

The setting was awesome. I loved how detailed it is. I felt like I was in the book, no surprise there. I think that the book couldn’t have been better. I trusted John Flanagan and he did not let me down. I loved Morgarath’s castle so much. It was so beautiful and I wish I lived there. It sounds like a castle that I saw in Canada, Castle Luna. Or Casa Luna. I loved how in the book the setting was always able to grab my attention and hold it there. It made me want to be there and that is what makes a good setting in my eyes.

I loved this book so much and I highly recommend it and the series. It doesn’t matter if you read this book first. Please remember to fill out my survey!!!!! You can find a link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!!! Have a Great Day!!!! -Annalee and Buttons

Book Rating: th (14)

The Royal Ranger, by John Flanagan — January 13, 2018

The Royal Ranger, by John Flanagan

download (1)Will Treaty is a shell of his former self, and his apprentice may be the only one who can save him.

First, this book is at least 15 years in the future. Just a warning. This book was really really good. I think that it was the best book in the series. I loved it and all of it’s action scenes. I also liked the first ever girl Ranger. After this book started I was thinking: Finally. This book is paced perfectly and everything at just the right time. There were also some interesting events that happened before the book started that I won’t tell you about. Want to know more? Read on.

The characters were once again very fleshed out. I didn’t know what to think in the beginning of this book because everyone was so different. I mean, everyone has changed big time. There is lots of character development in this book because of that, I think that was awesome because everyone needed to change. Like, my favorite character Maddie who I will talk about in the next paragraph.

Maddie was awesome. I loved how tough she was. She was so relatable as a rebellious teenager. You know, my parents don’t understand me sort of thing. Sometimes she was to whiny though. I loved how she was so ready to learn and go on adventures. And how she was sassier then Will. Especially the last one. 

The plot was really intense and deep. There was a lot of action and suspense in this one. There was also a murder mystery aspect in this book so if you don’t like that sort of book then you should not read this one. There was also some stalking and hiding in this book to. This book talks about how hard it is for Maddie, the first girl Ranger, to train and gain acceptance. It was really cool to read about. And then there was the last half of the book. It was full of action and loyalty and revenge. Basically, everything that I look for in a fantasy novel. Honestly, I really loved the plot.

The setting was just as good as the rest of the book. Which means that the setting was really close to perfect. We got way more details about the Redmount Ranger Cabin and Redmount in general. It was really cool. If I could imagine myself there before, I could describe the setting in immense detail now. John Flanagan is a master of settings. I think that it could not have been better. I hope that all of the books that I read in the future are this book. 

I loved this book and series and I highly recommend it everyone. Regardless of age, gender, and genre reading this book will make any reluctant reader excited about books. Please remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!!!! Have a Great Day!!!! -Annalee and Buttons

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The Lost Stories, by John Flanagan — January 12, 2018

The Lost Stories, by John Flanagan

download (1)In 1896, an archaeological dig unearths an ancient trunk containing manuscripts that confirm the existence of Araluen Rangers Will and Halt and tell of their first meeting and some of their previously unknown exploits.

This book was awesome. There were 10, I think, short stories in this book. All of them were really funny and had excellent. I believe that there were 2 weddings in that book. There were also lots of adventure stories and crime stopping cliffhangers. I loved the characters once again. As in, the characters were once again awesome. Just like the rest book. Do you want to know more? Then read on.

The characters were maybe the my favorite characters in the series. They were all the same but we got to see more of them. There was more backstory and character development in this book. I felt like I understood the characters on a deeper level. They were more realistic and funny in this book then they were in other books. 

My favorite character was Tug. He was such a loyal horse through and through. I loved the special bond between him and Will. It made me want a horse all over again just so that I could bond with it and we could go on awesome adventures like Will and Tug did. Hearing about these creatures makes you want one for yourself a lot.

As you can see, I love these characters so much. Even the side characters were fleshed out and realistic and I feel like these characters have a special place in my heart. I loved how they felt actual emotions and cared for each other. That always makes me happy. From those three paragraphs you should know what I like in characters in a book. Maybe all of my ratings will be in arrows now. They’ll just be based off of these books.

The plot(s) were intense and there was a fair share of action in each story. There were always battles to be fought or ambushes to be laid. I loved it. That doesn’t mean that there wasn’t down time or relaxation in the book. There was. There just wasn’t as much of that as there was action. There were also a lot of cliffhangers and mysteries. There were quite a few mysteries in these short stories. I wasn’t that good at them but that doesn’t really matter. What I am trying to say, and probably failing to, is that the plot is excellent and you should really read the book.

The setting(s) in these short stories were very descriptive. I could imagine myself being there, in whatever adventure Will and Co. were on. I loved that. I think that the setting could have been a little more descriptive though, but that can be easily remedied. So basically, this book was really really close to perfect. I loved it so much and I highly recommend it. 

Please read this book. It’s awesome. Please also remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

Book Rating: th (14)

The Emperor of Nihon-Ja, by John Flanagan — January 10, 2018

The Emperor of Nihon-Ja, by John Flanagan

download (1)In a faraway land, a young warrior must protect an emperor from an uprising and train an inexperienced army, with help from his Ranger friends.

This book was as close to perfect as it could get. I loved it to pieces. I hope that the rest of the books are this good. The characters were as funny as ever. Even when the characters were under pressure they still made an effort to be funny. I enjoyed that. There was lots of character building in this book, which impressed me. The plot was full of twists and turns and there was a fair bit of action. Read on to know more about why I love this book so much.

The characters were as I said earlier, very funny. They were always cracking jokes and laughing at one another. The characters also got cool nicknames like Will was, Choco. Apparently that’s a term of great respect. The side characters in this book were really different. The people talk like they’re from China. They people on the cover remind me of the Terra Cotta Warriors from China. 

The Kikori were amazing as well. They were so brave and loyal to their Emperor even when they didn’t have to be. I was amazed at how poorly they were treated by the upper class though. I mean they are important too. The Kikori were amazing and I think that they should’ve been treated better. 

Shigeru was my favorite character in this book. He was at peace with himself and the world. This made him a great leader. He also believed in the equality of all people, this is important to me because of certain events happening in my country, America. And the fact that he acted like a father to Horace made me happy as well. Horace needs that.

The plot was very intense. There was a fair amount of action although there was also a lot of planning that needed to happen to make those scenes happen. John Flanagan showed us those planning scenes as well. That made me very happy. Sometimes in books they just show you the action scenes and you get sort of annoyed by it. Those books normally get low ratings. Anyway, there was quite a bit of suspense in this book. I loved that. Honestly I think that all of these books have had some kind of suspense element. The writing style was also very good. All in all, the plot was very good.

The setting was also awesome. I loved how descriptive it was. I think that it is meant to be set in China? Not really sure about that. I think that the setting and the philosophy that Horace and Shigeru took about the setting was amazing. I wish that there were more people in the world like them. I loved the fortress. Even though it was not what everyone thought that it was, it was still really cool. I enjoyed how everyone thought about the setting, more than I loved the setting itself.

So as you can probably tell I loved this book a lot and I highly recommend it. Please remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!! Have a Great Day!!! -Annalee and Buttons

Book Rating: th (14)

Blog Tour: The Phantom of New York, by A. L. Janney — January 9, 2018

Blog Tour: The Phantom of New York, by A. L. Janney

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ebook CoverThis is a story about a vilgilantes and magic.                  About prophecy and hope.                                                    About a boy and his hotel.

When twelve – year – old Peter Constantine wakes up in the Crown Hotel with a new identity, life is over as he knows it. But perhaps that’s not such a bad thing…

A dangerous man Peter knows only as “the Client” is after his family, so they’ve relocated to New York City. With help from unlikely friends at the glamorous hotel, including the ghost on the tenth floor, Peter’s new life begins. Soon, however, he learns of a plot to destroy of his new home, a plot only the Phantom can foil. 

That summary was a little bit long, don’t you think? I do. Well, this is my third blog tour ever so I hope that I don’t mess this one up. I really enjoyed this book. It is a very well written MG adventure story. The characters were realistic. I loved how the hero was a twelve – year – old kid. Normally, when reading MG adventures the hero is 13 to 15. It infuriates me (except in the case of Ranger’s Apprentice) because anyone can be a hero. Now let’s stop listening to me rant about this and instead get on with the review.

The characters were very in depth and real. I loved them. There was lots of diversity in this book which made me really happy because we don’t see much of that in MG novels. In the other MG series I am reading there is no diversity. That upsets me from time to time. I really liked Caroline Crawford. She could have turned out to be really mean and snobby to Peter but instead she chose to be really nice. I always love the could be mean but they aren’t characters. They make me feel like the world could be good after all. 

The way the characters developed made me very happy. They grew as people and learned that they should help the less fortunate. Some characters in MG books stay the same and that makes me upset. I love how the side characters were quite funny and odd. They always made me laugh. 

The plot was very interesting as well. I mean, it is a MG adventure novel. Why wouldn’t the plot be interesting? Well, now that I think about it, if the book was poorly written then of course the plot would probably not be very interesting. I loved the writing style. It interested me. The plot twist was totally unpredicted. I was really shocked at what happened. The chapters were named brilliantly. I loved this book so much. How do I say that I loved this book to pieces. 

The setting was very well done. It may have also helped that I had a map in the front of the book. I could envision myself in some places. Not in others though. That was my only problem in this book. I felt like the setting could have been better. But even that is not a major issue. I loved this book and I hope that you do as well. 

Sorry for the really short (actually it seems really short but it is like 600 words, a new record for me) review. I am writing this ahead of time and scheduling it so that I don’t have to do it the night before. Please remember to fill out my survey. You can find the link on my about page. Thanks for Reading!!!! Have a Great Day!!!! -Annalee and Buttons

Book Rating: th (14)