In the land of Story, kids go to school to learn to be the perfect character: a brave Hero, a trusty Sidekick, even the most dastardly Villain. They dream of the day when they will live out Tales written just for them.But when an ordinary girl named Una Fairchild finds herself Written In to... show more
In the land of Story, kids go to school to learn to be the perfect character: a brave Hero, a trusty Sidekick, even the most dastardly Villain. They dream of the day when they will live out Tales written just for them.But when an ordinary girl named Una Fairchild finds herself Written In to Story, she discovers that the magical land is threatened by a dark secret. As she digs deep into Story's shadowy past, Una realizes that she is tied to the world in ways she never could have imagined—and it may be up to her to save it.
Publish date: April 2nd 2013
Pages no: 406
Edition language: English
Series: Storybound (#1)
When Una Fairchild stumbles upon a mysterious book buried deep in the basement of her school library, she thinks nothing of opening the cover and diving in. But instead of paging through a regular novel, Una suddenly finds herself Written In to the land of Story -- a world filled with Heroes and Vil...
Una Fairchild is the quintessential outsider. At 12 she is invisible to everyone around her, including her foster mother who would rather talk to her cats than the child in her care. Una spends as much time as possible holed up in the library basement in the same spot. So when she finds a hooded fig...
exciting and fun little story... looking forward to reading the next!
3.5 stars.Favorite aspects: Heroics practical, Villainy practical, Snow, Professor Thornhill, atmosphere, friendships, WIs, etc.The atmosphere of the book, as stated above, was one of my favorite things. The fairytale world, the characters within, and the overlying storyline of the Muses and their b...
2.5 starsIt has a cool concept, pretty well executed. As it is the beginning of the series, I am being lenient with lack of character depth and world-building. Hopefully, both issues will be addressed and resolved in the next installment[s].Backstory as history. Write-ins as visitors from our world....
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