Friday, July 25, 2008

Impossible by Nancy Werlin

Werlin, Nancy Impossible, 384 p. Dial (Penguin), September 2008. Lucy, 17, knows that her mother is a crazy woman who wanders the streets, but Lucy is well cared for by her loving foster parents. Also, Lucy’s best friend from childhood, Zach, has returned to town and Lucy has started to see him with new eyes. The night of prom however, something terrible happens to Lucy, and whether she wants to believe it or not, she is caught in an age old curse that may lead her down the same path as her mother. Only the love of her fosters and her man will save Lucy and her descendants from continuing the chain of enslavement. It doesn’t get much better than this. Werlin has crafted a finely tuned novel that will delight fantasy fans and romance readers alike. Kudos to her for this fine tale. MS, HS – ESSENTIAL. Cindy Mitchell – Library-Teacher

1 comment:

Nancy Werlin said...

I am thrilled that you enjoyed the book.

all best,
Nancy Werlin