Thanks so much Rosie and especially Liz for this fantastic review of Tales From Null City! I particularly loved “This is a great read for excitement, tension, romance and a twist in the tail.”
Today’s book review comes from team member Liz, she blogs at http://lizannelloyd.wordpress.com/
Liz chose to read Tales from Null City by Barb Taub
Tales from Null City by Barb Taub
This book contains two stories; the first and longest is Payback is a Witch.
I would not usually pick up a fantasy book as my first choice, but I have found that those written for YA are by far the best. Fantasy requires an inventive mind, creative ideas and preferably, a sense of humour. Luckily Barb Taub has all three, in spades.
As far as I am concerned, you are on to a winner if you live with an enormous Norwegian Forest cat, called Bygul, especially if she is also a goddess who can vanish. But the real heroine of this story is Claire Danielsen, a young witch struggling to continue the work her mother and grandmother did before her…
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