Magical, but Not Fantasy: A Page Turners Review of Kate Milford’s “Green Glass House”

4 02 2015

61oAigRWnBL._AA160_By Maize

It was supposed to be a nice, relaxing break, getting snowed in while sitting near a fire place. Then tons of unexpected visitors come to Milo Pine’s family’s inn in Nagspeak. Milo, a kid adopted from China by the lovely couple Nora and Ben Pine, has his confidence due to change. A quiet break from school becomes a confusing mixup and his confidence slowly drops. When almost all the characters’ identities turn out to be a scam, Milo has to restore order to the inn before all becomes chaos.

I thought this book was fantastically written and I couldn’t stop reading it. The description of the inn’s amazing stained glass windows, the ride up to the inn and the whilfarber whirlwind are almost . I thought this book was incredibly descriptive and secretive. Overall I thought it was fabulous.

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