Inside the Shadow City
There's a secret part of New York City that no one knows about. It's protected by a mysterious group of girls known as the Irregulars, led by the alluring Kiki Strike. Inside the Shadow City introduces us to Ananka Fishbein, a regular girl whose life becomes anything but after venturing... show more
There's a secret part of New York City that no one knows about. It's protected by a mysterious group of girls known as the Irregulars, led by the alluring Kiki Strike. Inside the Shadow City introduces us to Ananka Fishbein, a regular girl whose life becomes anything but after venturing underground to join Kiki Strike and her friends, the Irregulars. From the New York Times bestselling author of The Eternal Ones comes this brand-new package for her first two Kiki Strike novels in anticipation of the third-The Darkness Dwellers, hitting shelves in Winter 2013!
Publish date: December 11th 2012
Pages no: 400
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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