I have some catching up to do! I've been busy knitting and listening to audio books and they are starting to pile up in my mind so it's time to put them to blog page.
Tony DiTerlizzi at Hicklebee's for a book signing. He was promoting his new book A Hero for WondLa, which is the sequel to The Search for WondLa, which I read last year. I was so excited about this book that I bought one for the library, then I bought the ebook for my iPad, then I bought the audio book so I could knit while listening to it. The story picks up right where the previous book leaves off; Eva Nine and Rovee are on their way to New Attica to find a new home for Eva Nine. However, New Attica is not all it's cracked up to be and while in the city, Eva learns more about her past, the planet's past, and the terrible future plans of the city's leader. This felt very much like a bridge book. Some questions from book 1 were answered but more questions arose. The main conflict in the book is resolved however, the larger conflict of the story remains to be dealt with in the next book. I liked this book, but not quite as much as the first one. It was worth buying the ebook for the illustrations. Beautiful!
That's all for now. The library is closed for the rest of the year but you can still leave book reviews by logging in to the library catalog from home.