Bistro Book Club

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Glimmerglass by Jenna Black




Glimmerglass
Jenna Black




Hope P., 14
Describe the most compelling aspect of the book:
The fact that Dana takes her own fate in her hands
Should this be nominated for Teens' Top Ten? Why?
No
Rating?
4 Better than most

Dana Hathaway's mother is a severe alcoholic;leaving Dana to manage the bills, get herself where she needs to be, and pretty much take care of everything.After she ruins Dana's singing recital, Dana's had enough. She packs her bags and heads to Avalon, where magic and technology can co-exist. Dana's father is a high-ranking member of the Fae; that much she knows. But it isn't until she arrives she realizes how high-up he really is. Swept up in a struggle for power, Dana uncovers a secret about herself and her entire family heritage. She is a Faeriewalker, able to travel to the land of mortals, or to the land of Faerie. As if that wasn't enough on it's own, everyone is out to use her power for thier own gain. This is a fairly good book and I will definitely read the next in the series.

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