Sunday, February 3, 2013

Pegasus by Robin McKinley

Pegasus (Pegasus, #1)About the book: I rarely read YA fiction and decided to read some this year. At the Library I browsed and was attracted initally to the cover of this book, then decided to read it after the blurb sounded interesting. I enjoyed this book and the author's imagning of the pegasi and their world. However I did not realize this was only the beginning. After reading the last pages of the book and realizing that the story ended, well, mid-story I went online to search for the sequal only to find there wasn't one.

First line: Because she was a princess she had a pegasus.

My thoughts: I rarely read YA fiction and decided to read some this year. At the Library I browsed and was attracted initally to the cover of this book, then decided to read it after the blurb sounded interesting. I enjoyed this book and the author's imagning of the pegasi and their world. However I did not realize this was only the beginning. After reading the last pages of the book and realizing that the story ended, well, mid-story I went online to search for the sequal only to find there wasn't one. I sincerly hope there will be one but this was out in 2010......

3 comments:

Jo, a retired teacher said...

I've loved most of Robin McKinley's books--from The Hero and the Crown many years ago. I haven't seen this one. Interesting.

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