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|Genre/forme :||Fantasy fiction|
|Type d’ouvrage :||Fiction, École secondaire|
|Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs :||
Michael K Bialys
|ISBN :||1424133653 9781424133659|
|Numéro OCLC :||188000296|
|Description :||115 pages ; 22 cm.|
|Titre de collection :||Chronicles of the Virago, Book I.|
|Responsabilité :||Michael K. Bialys.|
Courtesy of Teens Read Too, March 8, 2007 Makenna Gold is a normal, average twelve-year-old girl living in Southern California. So why on earth would fairies appear in her room in the middle of the night, with flaming swords no less? Well, it turns out that Makenna has been chosen as the Protector, the Defender, the Warrior of Warriors, the Virago. Her brand new twin brother and sister are a gift of pure Goodness to the world, and it is now Makenna's job to protect them from the pure Evil. Unfortunately, no one can tell her exactly who or what it is that she should be looking out for. Pure Evil has friends everywhere, but so does Goodness, and none of them wear name tags or signs. Between helping with the babies, protecting them, trying to at least appear to be a normal kid, and figuring out who is an enemy and who is a friend, Makenna more than has her hands full. While the flow of the book is somewhat stilted at times, it also has some pretty funny moments. Evil's minions are Miss Creante and Miss Chevious, for example. Parts of it were particularly fun for me because it takes place right by where I live. And, I can say with certainty that anyone who has ever driven around here wouldn't be remotely surprised at the location of the Highway to Hell. It may be a little rough going to begin with, but once the story/author hits their stride, the book is off and running. It's a quick and entertaining read, and looks to be a fun series. Reviewed by: Carrie Spellman
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