Sarah's Stars

Chris Wooding.  Poison
Orchard Books  $21.99  ISBN 0-439-75570-0  273 pg.
Reviewed by Veronica, Age 12

 ”Once upon a time there was a young lady who lived in a marsh, and her name was Poison.”

Poison is a very interesting and captivating book, and I enjoyed reading it. This story is about an odd girl named Poison who went on a journey to find her little sister, and who was kidnapped by the Fairy Lord. During her search, she learned more then she had bargained for, including some mind-blowing concepts. I recommend that Poison be read by people ages 13 and up because there are some words that are hard to read and may be misunderstood by younger audiences.

This book was a great read, and it had a very unusual plot, which made it even better because you don’t know what to expect. The cover is interesting, and the title is eye-catching. The story is well laid-out, and the characters are clearly distinguished. So if you like adventure stories, this would be a good book for you.

I really liked this story, so I give it four stars.

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