Book Reviews- Aurora Fee (Guest review by Robyn)

My daughter Robyn read and enjoyed reading Aurora Fee by Megan Barnes and wanted to share her views with you.  

About your reviewer: Robyn is 12, going on 20 - her reading tastes run to science-fiction, action adventure and books with a good mysterious plot. 

Product Description:

Aurora FeeWith her pale white skin, long black hair, and unnaturally large eyes, sixteen-year-old Aurora Fee stands out in a crowd. But there s something different about this seemingly ordinary high school student. She s wise beyond her years. And she s keeping a centuries-old secret, one that threatens to hurt the people she loves: Aurora Fee may have been human once, but she's not anymore.

Robyn's Review: 
Aurora Fee is a girl that has a special ability.  She is half cat and that allows her to become one.  The downside to this is that she can also show parts of being a cat when strong emotions come.  She tries to hide this, but a boy at her new school notices.  He figures out what she is and they fall in love.  Aurora tries to run away to protect him and another boy, who followed her from his old school, because a long time ago, she and another boy were in love, but it ended badly leaving him wanting to kill her and anyone who stands in his way.  
Aurora Fee is full of action and fun.  The book is well written and I could possibly see a sequel.  The only change to this book I would make is to add a prequel, but that might give away to much.  I can't believe that this book was written by a high school senior.  I would recommend this book for anyone 11 and up.

About the Author

Megan Barnes is a high school senior who started writing at a young age. She's an avid reader, with the Twilight and Harry Potter series among her favorites. She is also interested in photography. After her upcoming high school graduation, Megan plans to attend college and study creative writing.

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Disclaimer: We received a copy of this book from the author for the purpose of completing this review.  All opinions expressed are that of the reviewer