[KINDLE] ❀ Kin (The Good Neighbors, #1) By Holly Black – E-inbusiness.co.uk

Kin (The Good Neighbors, #1) Rue Silver S Mother Has Disappeared And Her Father Has Been Arrested, Suspected Of Killing Her But It S Not As Straightforward As That Because Rue Is A Faerie, Like Her Mother Was And Her Father Didn T Kill Her Mother Instead, He Broke A Promise To Rue S Faerie King Grandfather, Which Caused Rue S Mother To Be Flung Back To The Faerie World Now Rue Must Go To Save Her And Must Also Defeat A Dark Faerie That Threatens Our Very Mortal World.

About the Author: Holly Black

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Kin (The Good Neighbors, #1) book, this is one of the most wanted Holly Black author readers around the world.

10 thoughts on “Kin (The Good Neighbors, #1)

  1. says:

    Rue s mother has always been a little different She talks to plants, hangs out naked in the yard and seems ageless Rue knows her mother is not like other parent

  2. says:

    My experience with reading Holly Black has been mixed My first foray into her work was with the Modern Faerie Tale series I sadly wasn t terribly fond of them In grad s

  3. says:

    Was soll ich sagen Eigentlich stehe ich ja auf Feen und Geschichten um Feen herum AberDie Zeichnungen sind grauselig Sie gefallen mir gar nicht und sind nicht ansprechend Die P

  4. says:

    A teenage girl finds out she is part Faery Sound familiar That s because it has occurred in scores of YA fantasies, including earlier works by this same author As a story, this is fine

  5. says:

    Rue Silver s mother has just disappeared, her father has been arrested under suspicion of killing one of his graduate students Things get worse when Rue starts seeing things that shouldn t be

  6. says:

    This story is somewhat interesting though unoriginal, and it jumps around and tries to pack in WAY too much for a graphic novel Artwork was ugly and inconsistent to the point where the main character

  7. says:

    While this was interesting storyline, but this was just to short for my tastes I didn t care much for the artist either, his lines were to sharp and shading to dark It s one of the main reasons I don t hold w

  8. says:

    Ughhh I just adore Holly Black Not gonna lie though, I was a bit skeptical about this book before reading it since I m usually not a big graphic novel reader, but it turns out that Holly Black graphic novel super imm

  9. says:

    Pretty pictures, but too fast clunky and sometimes confusing of a plot.

  10. says:

    I don t know if it s my mood or my lack of interest in faeries that made me think this book is kind of meh.It only picked up speed at the very end Too slow.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *