These library-oriented titles have been reviewed by one or more major periodicals, such as The New York Times, Library Journal, and Publishers Weekly.
"[A] gripping second installment...Ford completely banishes all thoughts of middle-book sag. This is heroic fantasy far above the usual hack-and-slash, raising compelling questions about morality and belief in a tale full of excitement and high-stakes action."
Read the **starred review** in Publishers Weekly.
"Well-plotted [...] Working through an imposing pile of difficulties, Jackman emerges as an engaging as well as competent detective in a story that holds the reader’s interest."
Read the full review in Publishers Weekly.
"An honest portrayal of love, loss, and friendship in the face of a life-changing journey; hand to those who appreciated Katherine Paterson’s Bridge to Terabithia or Jordan Sonnenblick’s Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie."
Read the full review in School Library Journal.