I never read this book in elementary school, and I really can’t tell you why. I think I was already experiencing the desire to not like what everyone else loved. While now I understand how stupid that idea is, I feel like that could be what stopped me from reading this sooner.
However, after seeing the gorgeous 30th anniversary edition of this book at the bookstore, I just had to pick it up. From the first page alone, I immediately became engrossed in the determination of B
~ Thank you to Edelweiss and Wednesday Books for the ARC in exchange for an honest review. ~
The hailstorm never left the earth unbruised even if it did bring water to a thirsty land.
This book was far from perfect, but the beautiful writing within saved it from being a complete mess. The story itself was somewhat basic, but the way the author fleshed out the characters and their values is what made it interesting. As someone who hates studying history, I was pleasantly su