Book Review: Keeper of the Lost Cities by:Shannon Messenger

| October 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

By: E. Jackson

What if you grew up in a world you thought you belong in, but found out that you were there by mistake. Having to lose all you know and start over in world that still doesn’t except you.

This book is an example of raw imagination, Mrs. Messenger shows what it’s like to be Sophie Foster, an elf in a human world. Sophie can read minds, ever since she hit her head when she was five, she keeps it a secret from even her family. No one can understand what it’s like to be a 12 year old senior, in high school,til she meets Fitz. He takes her to the secret elf realm to meets his father, she has to leave but what comes next is unexpected. Follow Sophie throughout her adventure in this new world.

My opinion on this book is that it is for someone that doesn’t mind the outrageous ideas through out the book. It is a book to read anywhere, anytime, and anyplace. It’s amazing with ideas that you just want to eat up, they are so good. And that is why I think that this book is worth looking for.

Category: Book Reviews

About the Author ()

I'm a 8th grader at Bradley M.S., I'm a Churchill charger all the way! I have two younger sisters, one is my stepsister who's two months younger then me, but she's FOUR inches taller than me. My other sister is two years old and is already a ginormous drama queen. I have two dogs and three cats, all adorable and super annoying. My favorite colors are light purple/artic blue/sea foam green. I love all types of books/movies/songs and I'm told i have one very out-going personality. I also love drawing! I have always loved writing as long as I had it my way. Though most of my teachers, didn't like the way I wrote. They thought I needed more in-depth writing skills that's what drove me towards journalism class. It was a fun and new way to learn what I didn't know.

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