It's always a tad humiliating for me to spend time in the Young Adult section of the library. Nothing screams, "I am not looking for depth, I am looking for entertainment" like the walk of shame through the archway into the room where the 13-year-old girls chat on MSN messenger on their purple lap-tops and Robert Patinson
Anyway, Enna Burning by Shannon Hale is the sequel to The Goose Girl and it was good for being YA fantasy. Something about that genre, guys.
|Completely unrelated, but nevertheless beautiful photo of the beach in NC. That is Steven down there with Gage and a cousin or two.|
If you read The Goose Girl, then Enna Burning is a good follow-up and I felt like I didn't need to continue with the series since all the loose ends seem to get tied up with this one (even though apparently the series goes on for a while).
I WANT to like fantasy and I WANT to like Young Adult Lit... but I just can't seem to find anything that is both well-written and captivating. I miss Harry Potter.
If you've read a good fantasy and/or Young Adult book recently, would you let me know about it? I can't delve into anything too deep at the moment, so keep that in mind.