Four more books from Justi.
Two more books from Everworld, Understand the Unknown and Mystify the Magician. Only one more book to go in that series, so I'm excited. I've got no clue how it's going to end, so I'll try not to spoil anything when I get to that post!
'I'll Get There; It Better be Worth the Trip' is a book about a young boy. It's easy to relate with him; however, pitying him makes it hard to see any faults he may have. Warning to all: do not read this book lightly. Please don't. I made that mistake, and I almost ruined a touching story. Don't put it down when you realize what's happening--just keep on reading. I'm sure you'll understand the title when you get to the end.
The Beast of Noor was a 500 page book about a fantasy world in which a wolf-like beast haunts a family. Pure adventure, no mystery or other edges to give this book a proper sendoff. Hanna and her brother, Miles, must fend for each other as they try to survive in a magical world. If you love fantasy, this would be good; as it were, a lot is left hanging. However, I have a feeling there's a series to this, so I'll be looking that up.
More than 80 spelling variations are recorded for Shakespeare's name, from “Shappere” to “Shaxberd.
Love from Justi! Elizabeth, are you still reading?