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Heretic by Sarah Singleton
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Sep 12, 11

Read in August, 2011

Book review.

Heretic is a very descriptive book by Sarah Singleton. It is set mostly in the Elizabethan era. It explores the lives of two girls, Isabella and Elizabeth. The story starts when young, lonely Catholic Elizabeth finds a strange green girl near a sacred religious sight while she’s cleaning it. She befriends this green girl and her name is Isabella. Little does Elizabeth know but she’s in danger. Isabella isn’t from this era or world. She’s from the Farey world. She’s escaping from the crow people. Her little brother in another world’s father is a crow person.

Not for young children because it’s a little confusing at times because of the flashbacks and it’s hard to tell when the story is set in the Elizabethan or Medieval era at times, so it’s more for a teenage audience.

Pro’s Con’s
Well written Confusing at times
Descriptive Hard to tell which story it’s in sometimes.

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