Strolling in Storyland

Welcome to a world where imagination runs free

“Wander Dust” by Michelle Warren

on May 15, 2013

ImageSynopsis:

“Ever since her sixteenth birthday, strange things keep happening to Seraphina Parrish.

The Lady in Black… burns Sera’s memories.

Unexplainable Premonitions… catapult her to other cities.

The Grungy Gang… wants to kill her.

And a beautiful, mysterious boy… stalks her.

But when Sera moves to Chicago, and her aunt reveals their family connection to a centuries old, secret society, she is immediately thrust into an unbelievable fantasy world, leading her on a quest to unravel the mysteries that plague her. In the end, their meanings crash into an epic struggle of loyalty and betrayal, and she’ll be forced to choose between the boy who has stolen her heart and the thing she desires most.”

Review:

I thought this book was a very entertaining read. Seraphina is a strong and smart heroine one can easily get attached to. Her love interest, Max Bishop, is absolutely perfect except for one blatant flaw: his choice in women.Yes, he’s in a relationship with Perpetua. Why, you ask? I absolutely don’t know! She’s not that nice, and she’s definitely nothing compared to Sera.

Although the beginning was a little slow, the moment Sera’s shoes hit the Chicago pavements, you’re in for an adventurous ride. Between the Washington Square Academy, the Wandering mythology the author wonderfully develops, and the enemies Sera encounters, by the end of the book the reader is left breathless and wanting more.

Which is why I gave this book:

3, 5 stars

 

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