The Girl of Ink and Stars by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

I have been quite quiet at the moment, but here is another book review for you:

A spellbinding tale of loss, friendship and adventure, this myth-inspired tale gives a clear understanding of what it was like at the time of when the book is set. It is written magically and wonderfully and Kiran writes an amazing story abut a young girl called Isabella. The plot is confusing but great, the setting is magical, and the characters are all different and all have a different type of personality that the author always describes in a really good way. The description completely sets the atmosphere for the reader and takes you to a whole different place!

I really enjoyed this book and completely recommend this to anyone who likes mythical adventure stories. This was Kiran’s fist children’s novel.27973757-_uy2409_ss2409_

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