Friday, September 11, 2015

Feature and Follow ~8~

Feature and Follow ~8~

Hey all! 
Welcome to a new FF! 
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Question:  Undiscovered Talent: tell us about a book you loved but no one else seems to have heard of.  It can be new, old, or any genre. Spread the book love! 

For this, I’m going to go with Siberia, by Ann Halam. This book came out in 2004, I read it when I was in 6th grade, and still love the story to this day. It’s totally unique and amazing. Here’s the blurb from the back of the book; 

When Rosita was tiny, her papa disappeared. 
She and her mama had to go and live in an ugly place, outside the warm city in the frozen wilderness. Rosita didn’t know the ugly place was a prison camp, and she didn’t understand her mama’s magic. She only knew she had to keep the secret until Mama said it was time to start on the great journey through the forest and across the sea of ice, to safety. But once Rosita grew up to be a tough, cynical girl called Sloe, hardened by grim years in the prison school, Mama was gone. Sloe had to make the journey alone, pursued by a mysterious and all-powerful enemy, and carrying the living treasure that she knew was the hope of the world. Sloe becomes a heroine, equal to       anything, in this dazzling blend of science, adventure and fairy tale.



What book do you love that not a lot of people have heard of? Let me know in the comments!! 

12 comments:

  1. That book sounds good for middle school readers.

    I'm a new G+ and bloglovin follower. Follow me back via zirev.com

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    1. It’s perfect for Middle School, but I think it’s also nice for high school :) Thanks for the follows! C:

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  2. This sounds like one my daughter would love!

    My FF post.

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    1. It’s really great! :D Hopefully she’ll like it, it was one of my favorites for a while :)

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  3. That book sounds really good. I'll have to check it out!
    New follower!

    Here's my FF

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    1. Make sure to try it, its short and sweet and crazy unique! :D
      Thanks for the follow! :)

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  4. I've never heard for this one I will check it.Thanks for sharing.
    New follower,
    Silvy @Books are my life

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    1. You’re welcome Silvy! :) It’s really nice.
      Thanks for the follow!

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  5. Great genre mix. Thanks for recommending it. My FF

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    1. No worries! Thanks for stopping by and commenting! :D

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  6. Siberia looks pretty interesting! Here's my FF:

    http://rabbitearsbookblog.blogspot.com/2015/09/feature-and-follow-friday-15-labor-day.html

    Following you through Bloglovin!

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    1. It’s really interesting, with one plot idea that gets a tiny bit of a while to get used to, but that all makes sense in the end :)

      Thanks for the follow! :D

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