The Night City

The Night City The night the Bloody Mother took over all the children in the City woke at the same instant Since her soldier parents went to fight in the war Janira Pangborn s life has changed again and again Firs

The night the Bloody Mother took over, all the children in the City woke at the same instant Since her soldier parents went to fight in the war, Janira Pangborn s life has changed again and again First she went to live with her grandfather in the city where her father grew up Then her mother was killed.When she finds the piece of quartz knocked off the Dutchman s statThe night the Bloody Mother took over, all the children in the City woke at the same instant Since her soldier parents went to fight in the war, Janira Pangborn s life has changed again and again First she went to live with her grandfather in the city where her father grew up Then her mother was killed.When she finds the piece of quartz knocked off the Dutchman s statue on City Hall, her life changes again Her grandfather is injured, and Janira goes to live with foster children and the mysterious Ms Wise.That s not all Carrying the quartz stone, Janira can hear ghosts and see people from the past Stained glass windows move And she s invisible But now she s caught in a struggle between the guardians from the past who protect the City and the followers of the Bloody Mother who are trying to destroy it The bad guys want the Stone that Janira found so they can control the City forever.And they ll do anything to get it.Can Janira save herself and the people she cares about Can she help the guardians And will she ever get used to being followed by a pack of really friendly wolves

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  1. Having fallen in love with books as a child, Pat Pflieger earned a BA in literature, then an MA in children s literature, then a PhD in American Studies with an emphasis in children s literature She s published a reference book on works of fantasy for children and the first book length discussion of Beverly Cleary s books she s also the author of a picture book.Now she s writing and self publishing for children She also transcribes and edits interesting early American works for adults and children And she reads A lot.

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  1. I received The Night City free of charge This review is voluntarily given.When I received The Night City, I was expecting a quick, sweet, middle grade read No denying it, this book was all those things, but it was so much It was quick because I didn t want to put it down It was sweet, but also bittersweet, and at time heartbreaking It was a middle grade read, but with some very mature themes, and some scary incidents that rival those in so called horror novels Though written on a 5th or 6th gra [...]



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