Daughters of the Sea #1: Hannah
Publish date: 2009-09-01
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
Hannah was a whole lot of not much. From the get go Hannah knows she's not normal. When she's sent on an orphan train to Kansas that suspicion pans out as she gets horribly sick. There's something attaching her to the sea and when she's away from it her body gives out. To try to stay by the ocean s...
Meh. The MC is so freaking whimsical. That's great and all, but there isn't anything that exciting or climactic in this novel compared to other mermaid books I've read (Mermaid's Mirror)
This review was completed by Camille Morales, staff reviewer with the YA Fantasy Guide.This Book is about a girl named Hannah, who is an orphan. She spent all of her life in an orphanage up until she turns 14—or 15, I think. Anyway, she starts working as a scullery maid in the house of this really r...
Since I have May, the second book in The Daughters of the Sea series, sitting on my TBR pile I decided to check out the first book in the series from my library. While I found Hannah to be a really quick and solid read, but not necessarily one that I would add to my (ever growing) list of all-time f...
Living in 1899, fifteen-year-old Hannah is a strong, smart, hardworking girl, who is both self-aware and at the same time, completely naive and innocent. Even though she tries very hard to fit in, deep down she knows that she is different. From the strange sickness that she develops whenever she i...
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