Publish date: October 29th 2013
Publisher: Arthur A. Levine Books
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Middle Grade
, Young Adult Fantasy
87. SORROW’S KNOT, BY ERIN BOWRecommended by my coach, which was very unexpected. Frankly, the fact that I enjoyed it as much as I did was even more unexpected...Synopsis: Otter has the power to be a binder, and has always assumed she would be one after her mother. Binders are vitally important, bei...
Um. I didn't quite get this book. Writing prose was pretty good, the characters were decent, the pacing was hell, and the story really lost me. Despite speed reading the last 140 pages at 2 am, I got that we needed to not bind the dead, but I had so many questions left over from throughout the book....
See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got in a swap. For years, a copy of Plain Kate sat patiently on the shelf in my high school library and yet I never checked it out. The rave reviews were nearly everywhere in the blogosphere, but it took me until my last year and a half...
After enjoying Plain Kate by Erin Bow, I was looking forward to Sorrow's Knot. I'm so happy to say that I enjoyed it every bit as much as I did her first novel, if not a bit more! Usually when I read novels I end up guessing how the story will go after a certain point, but in this one, the story kep...
Occasionally, in the middle of all of the books that you like, or mostly like, or really don’t like but wish you did, or love but only with half your heart, there’s a book that changes you a little bit as you read it. It holds you close and when you’ve closed the covers it stays with you. For me, th...