by Bryn on September 8, 2012The best books are those that make the reader feel as if they are the character, no matter how different they may actually be. Jenny Moss’s Shadow does just that. The dark-haired, wild-eyed Shadow - a girl who doesn’t know what her real name or purpose at the queen’s side is - became me as she tried to discern friend from foe. The betrayal and accusations she faced became my burdens, and I became indignant with her as she was forced to make a life-changing decision. Literature is a work of art, and it is only a successful masterpiece when it has achieved what this book has.
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