Inside the Shadow City
Publish date: May 30th 2006
Pages no: 387
Edition language: English
Series: Kiki Strike (#1)
I don't understand why this isn't insanely popular. An elite team is assembled from the ranks of NYC girl scouts: a master of disguise, a chemistry (explosives) experimenter, a forger, a researcher, a builder-of-useful-devices. Because the thing is: no one suspects an eleven-year-old girl. There's a...
I know, I am so late to the game! But after Brandy recently read this and loved it, it convinced me that I really, really needed to just read it already, instead of letting it languish on my TBR list. And, yes, fine, everyone was right. Kiki Strike is a glorious book, funny and touching by turns, wi...
Inside the Shadow City was a book I picked up just because of the cover. I didn't know what to expect, but it turned out to be a well crafted story mystery involving a group of girls and the mysterious Kiki Strike. I mean, wow! This was a bunch of fun to read and totally made me want to go out there...
Ananka Fishbein sees a mysterious figure emerging from a sinkhole in a nearby Manhattan park. When she finally connects with the mysterious Kiki Strike - a team of 12 year old girls with talents beyond the usual starts exploring underground tunnels in New York. It's fun, but slick - more action th...
Picked this up purely based on the cover (I am a big Tara McPherson fan) and was really pleasantly surprised by it. I haven't read too many books like this with characters this quirky. Kiki is a really interesting character and I love her eclectic band of friends. I also really liked that NYC played...
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