Wednesday, February 05, 2014

2014 book 30

Jaclyn Moriarty's A Corner of White: The Colors of Madeleine, Book I
Guys, lately I am kind of meh on YA fantasy trilogies--there are so many, and they're all so similar. But THIS one. This one. Like, wow. It's really good and really kind of sweet and funny, and also feels really DIFFERENT. It's basically about Madeleine, who, with her mother, has run away from her former life to live in Cambridge, and Elliot, who lives in a fantasy place called Cello, who is searching for his missing father. And then they find a crack between worlds and start writing letters. It's all really compelling and great and the story winds up in a place I didn't expect, and I can't wait to read the next one. A/A-.

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