This book is about the ancient art of storytelling and centers around Mina and her rare powers. You will be taken on a journey of bravery, tragedy, dreams becoming reality, integrity and a little romance.
Smile is exactly what I did when I finished reading this book, because I knew that this was truly an accessible title and I found the story to be an insight into Mona Lisa and the possibilities of her life.
The Book of Dust, I am not sure what I was thinking when I picked this book up for the first time. I know it was not typical of what I read but in an instant I was captivated. It wasn’t for a couple of hours later that I put it down, but given its size I had barely made a dent in it. This did not matter to me as I wanted to know so much more and the mystery surrounding Lyra Belacqua intrigued me.
I don’t normally do this but I have to be honest with my readers, I just couldn’t read this book…Yep you heard me right, I tried and tried and I juggled my way through the first couple of chapters. I wanted to enjoy reading about those ghosts…
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I am delighted to introduce to you our guest teen reviewer Elizabeth. What I love is that she reads a variety of books and has been reading a series her grandma was reading as a child.