Wednesday, 2 September 2009

I, Coriander by Sally Gardner

I loved this book.

From the beautiful front cover to the delicious story within.
The gorgeous, courageous Coriander is a friend from page one.

The historical setting of London during the troubled reign of King Charles the First mixes seamlessly with the fantasy parallel world that Coriander escapes into.
However Coriander soon discovers that running away creates its own issues with new troubles.
For good younger readers 8+

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