Winterling by Sarah Prineas

May 1, 2012 at 10:19 am Leave a comment

Summary:
Spirited young Fer travels through the Way to a magical world in which beings part human and part animal serve an evil ruler known as the Lady, and where she hopes to learn about her long-lost parents and her own identitiy.

 

Reviews:
I think the book Winterling was kind of a good book. In some parts of the book it was a little scary and in other parts I just couldn’t put the book down. In the book there is a girl named Jennifer also known as Fer and an unusual boy named Rook. One day Fer goes through a perfectly round lake called the way. “The Way” is a passage to another world. It’s a magical world. While Fer stayed there she met the Lady. Fer thinks something is wrong in that world, like something bad has happened before. I think the book both should and shouldn’t get the award. I think the book shouldn’t get the award because it doesn’t have much humor in it. It’s not funny. It’s a very serious book. I think the book should get the award because it is very interesting. There are very unusual things happening in the magical world that are affecting the real world.
-Ania

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