Friday, August 22, 2014

Guest Review of The Childe by C.A. Kunz

Review of 
The Childe by C.A. Kunz 
by Grace McPherson

Grace McPherson is a 10 year old 5th grader who enjoys the outdoors, games, and reading.  She is also a brown belt in Hapkido (combined Martial Arts).  Some of her favorite games are Skylanders, Animal Jam, and Tomodachi Life. Some of her favorite books include Monster High, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and Dork Diaries. She also loves watching movies, playing with her little sister, and hanging  with her BFFS.  

Cat Colvin
Average Teenager?
Or Something Else Entirely?

Cat Colvin is pretty much your typical run-of-the-mill teenager. Sure, she’s taller than most girls, has a mane of fiery red hair that’s impossible to tame, is left-handed, and her eyes are two different colors, but that’s where the differences end... unless you include the minor detail of her slow transformation into a Childe. 

High school can definitely be challenging, and for Cat it’s no different. This is especially true when she’s faced with the daunting task of trying to hide her budding Childe traits as they begin to reveal themselves at the most inopportune times. To make matters worse, her family is oddly dead set against Ryan, the boy she grows to like. But everyone has their secrets: is Ryan really what he seems to be, and what is Cat’s family not telling her?

The Childe is the first book in this coming-of-age fantasy series which follows Cat's life through the twists and turns toward finding out whom and what she really is. Come and take the plunge with Cat into a world filled with mystery, biting humor, and the paranormal.

Grace's Review       
Catherine Colvin is a teenager just starting public school with her friends and her parents have been keeping big secrets from Cat.  I liked Cat because she was just a very adventurous character. She was just like me in some ways. I also like Ryan because he noticed a connection between him and Cat and he quit his group with Amelia and Isaac because they were the biggest bullies in school.  This was a very good book because it was an adventure and the name just pulls you in and once you start reading it you don't want to stop. 

Buy The Childe 

Add The Childe

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Grace for your Wonderful Review. Adam and I are so happy you enjoyed The Childe. :) <3 <3 <3 <3 HUGS