Series: Stork

Book Review: Flock

Book Review: Flock

Reviews: Stork / Frost * Review and Summary may contain spoilers from previous books of the series. Read at your own risk * While Reading: Here we are, the final installment of the Stork trilogy. Stork, the first book in the series, was amazing! Captivating. Original. I ate that one up. Frost, the second book, while entertaining was a huge deviation from what I thought to be the main plot line of the series. Instead of continuing with the plot threads from the first book, Frost seemed to drift off into fairy-tale retelling mode. To say I was disappointed with Frost […]

Posted August 31, 2012
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Book Review: Frost

Book Review: Frost

Review: Stork   My husband's family is from Iceland, so I am very familar with many of the Norse and Icelandic folktale and customs. It was great to actually see something completely different in the YA genre. Plus, I ADORED Stork. When I saw that the sequel was coming out, I knew I had to read it.   Frost picks up a little bit after Stork finished. Kat is getting use to her Stork abilities. Her mom and Stanley are excited about the baby. And her and Jack are going strong as a couple… well… maybe. If you have read […]

Posted September 30, 2011
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Book View: Stork

Book View: Stork

Short & Sweet: Our main character, Katla (aka Kat), has been forced to move from California to Minnesota. A move that she is none to pleased with. Here in this chilly town, she uncovers a long lost secret and a secret society that she could have never dreamed existed. While reading Stork, I was completely captivated by the uniqueness of the tale. Storks… vessels… Ravens. The elements came together to make Stork a tale like nothing I have ever read. Sure, it did have a few problems. But since this is the first book in a trilogy, they have been […]

Posted August 23, 2011
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Book Review: Stork

Book Review: Stork

The plot of Stork was unique – a society of Storks initiates young Katla into their society because she has the mark – an irritated spot on her head that starts itching when they needed to meet. Katla is soon to place her first soul and it comes to her in a dream and slowly, over the course of the book, shows Katla the potential mothers for this child. Along with the main plot, there is Katla adjusting to life in Minnesota, where fashion really doesn't exist and she seems to be an outcast from the start. She gains some […]

Posted June 22, 2010
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