Publish date: May 12th 2009
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
I thought this book was just good, not bad, not great but good. It looks like the author was hoping to get a multiple book deal that never manifested. I thought that the young protagonist, Annie was plucky and resourceful, but the ending left me with too many unanswered questions. It felt like Ms Br...
Thirteen year old Annie lives in Howland with her Aunt and Uncle. While it is not her ideal home, it is the only family she has left. But when Annie finds out what her Uncle is planning for her, she makes a run for it.And this begins her journey on finding out more about her family and who she reall...
The dark is all encompassing. Children are being taken. Kinderstalk roam the woods. Page has been missing for years. Annie is going to be sold. When Annie runs away and finds herself in a work camp forcing children to work on the cliffs, she resolves to do something about it. She runs away from ther...
Not bad, but not good, either. Oh, Molly.
A very well written fantasy. Good characterization. I liked the fact that in this day of vampires and werewolves and fairies all repeating each other ad nauseum, it actually felt original. I do wish that the big reveal had been given a little more time–that someone had asked the questions I wanted t...