Kith (Good Neighbors Series #2)
From the amazing imagination of bestselling author Holly Black, a mysterious and wonderful teen graphic novel masterpiece.Rue Silver's life is not what it appears to be. Her mother is a faerie, and has been taken back to the faerie realm. As Rue goes to bring her back, she must travel deep into... show more
From the amazing imagination of bestselling author Holly Black, a mysterious and wonderful teen graphic novel masterpiece.Rue Silver's life is not what it appears to be. Her mother is a faerie, and has been taken back to the faerie realm. As Rue goes to bring her back, she must travel deep into an inhuman world. At the same time, the faerie realm is venturing into our world too, and taking its toll on those Rue loves. When her grandfather's plans threaten Rue's city, she realizes that she's the only one who can stop him. But is Rue a human or a faerie? Where does she fit? How does she know the difference between love and enchantment?
Publish date: October 1st 2010
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
Series: The Good Neighbors (#2)
Rue wrestles with her newfound identity as a half-fairy, while trying to keep her friends safe from the fairy world's depredations. There's a plan to transform the human city into the fairies' playground, and only Rue has the power to see it--and possibly to stop it.I have two problems with this. F...
Like volume one, volume two has a good story (yay for urban fantasy!) and good art, and ends on a great cliffhanger. What can I say that I didn't say in the review for volume one? Oh, the cover is better, and more representative of the interior art.
Rue is half faerie and learning where she belongs in the world -- especially since it has been rocked by the affair her father had, which cost the return of her mother to the faerie world.I am trying to remember what happened in this book. I mean, yeah, her friends and boyfriend are becoming sparse ...
I was kind of hoping for a little more depth and explanation...
If you have never thought about reading a graphic novel, think again. The story is very captivating, although I do recommend that you start with Kin, the first book in the series. I never realized how much detail you can get from a picture as well as the printed word. This is a very adult comic book...