Book Review: Dust Girl by Sarah Zettel ( book one of the Dust Girl trilogy )

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Fiction

Age Recommended: 12 and up

Dust Girl was a great book and I look forward to reviewing the next book in the series: Golden Girl!

This book was a birthday gift, courtesy of my parents     🙂

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Dust-Girl

 

Callie Le Roux lives in the dust city. She finds out she’s half fairy just as a huge dust storm comes to town and sweeps her mother away. Callie faints and later finds out that her fairy family is trying to find her. There’s only one problem: Callie doesn’t know who to trust anymore.

She discovers that there are two types of fairies: the Seelies and the Unseelies. Seelies are the pretty, supposedly good fairies and Unseelies are the bad, ugly fairies. Callie accepts some not-so-good help and finds herself in the midst of a full blown fairy quarrel.

She also frees a kid, named Jack, from jail. He was part of a bootlegging scheme but is out of it now. He promises to help her.

Callie finds out that her parents are being held hostage by the fairies but she doesn’t quite yet know which ones. Jack finds out that the same fairies that are keeping Callie’s parents hostage have also captured the spirit of his dead sister.

Will Callie and Jack be able to free the hostages before it’s too late?

If you would like to read this book, you can buy it here: Dust Girl: The American Fairy Trilogy Book 1

 

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