Publish date: January 3rd 2011
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Books for Children
Pages no: 293
Edition language: English
Series: Raven Duet (#1)
Trickster's girl really impressed me. Despite a slow start Kelsa's journey to save the world was really interesting. In a future American the tree plague- a bio terrorists baby released into the Amazon- is wiping out the trees and rising cancer rates are wiping out humans, one of which is Kelsa's da...
I am loving all these mythological-based books now coming out and this one is no different. I love how Bell ties together all the different mythologies to incorporate it into the story she's made. It really works. The novel did have a few problems for me that I will go into later, but first let's ta...
I'm not going to bother trying to finish this book. I just couldn't get into it.
I'm sad to say that I really didn't connect with this book as much as I would have liked to. There were things about Trickster's Girl that I really liked, and then other things that took away from the reading experience for me. By the time that I reached the ending, I had to war with myself over how...
I liked this science fiction/magic story. I thought that Kelsa was a well-written character who dealt realistically with the death of her beloved father. I also like that she was not immediately enthralled with Raven even though he was beautiful. It took a lot of convincing to get Kelsa to join him ...
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