Scattered throughout the books are nuggets of wisdom –about life, love, pain, struggles, belief and unbelief. Some of them may sound funny and yet profound in the truer sense. Some of them are compelling. Shusterman wrote an intricate story about how our choices make a difference. Over all, he didn’t wrote how death might be, but of how life should be. A really wonderful trilogy.
I did like Breadcrumbs, but I can’t say that the story is something that will stay with me for a long time. But, if you like reading fairy tales, adventures, and coming-of-age books, give this one a try.
Author: Anne Ursu
Publisher: Walden Pond Press
Published: September 27, 2011
Genre: Children’s Books
The Page Walker: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
I recommend this novel because I truly believe that stories of Hope are important, especially for the youth. They should be thought not to give into despair, not to stop moving, and believe that change do happen if we work for it.
The Page Walker: A Tangle of Knots by Lisa Graff
A Tangle of Knots was able to punch the right set of buttons for me. It has a certain amount of mystery, fantasy and charm that appealed to my taste buds. And I also meant that literally. The book is dotted by Cady’s cake recipes that are worthy of trying. This story is perfect for those who want a fast-paced, heartwarming tale of coincidences… Or were they?