Publish date: January 30th 2009
Publisher: Puffin Canada
Pages no: 233
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Book Club
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: Half World (#1)
99. HALF WORLD, BY HIROMI GOTO Recommended by Juliana. It was a breath of fresh air after Three Princes... A book that promises something different and actually delivers it! Synopsis: Melanie, an awkward, chubby, and socially inept teenager, arrives home from school to discover her mother has disapp...
To start with, I love the cover of this book, but I remain confused: I believe the character on the left is Melanie in her mother's coat, with Jade Rat on her shoulder, and I'm guessing that the character on the right is her mother, though I say that only from the scarf and the facial similarities....
I almost gave up on this during the very flat (despite hideous monsters and grossness) prologue which explains the three worlds: Life (our world), Spirit (a heaven-like realm where souls are healed before being reborn), and the Half World, which is supposed to be like Purgatory but isn't because by ...
It didn't take long into this book for me to start getting a very fairy tale vibe from it. and now that I've finished it, I feel like that's the intended direction, and I sort of love it for that reason.In Half-World, reality encompasses three realms. First there's the living world (don't have the b...
After signing up for the Worlds Without Ends Women of Genre Fiction year long reading challenge, I had to choose who I wanted to read and what I wanted to read by them. Conveniently, the website had a list of authors and their books. I tried to choose authors I hadn’t heard of or read before. Among ...