Fall of the Sparrow by Kristen D. Bratton

I was gifted this book, the Fall of the Sparrow by Kristen D. Bratton, by inkspand in exchange for an honest review.
Ok. first the mistakes:
p. 55 “must nicer” should be much nicer?
p. 56 “slides the try” should be slides the tray?

Now that that is out of the way, I love it! Sara has been watched for years by this mysterious man who first shows up tapping on her window when she is nine years old he is in her room trying to get her to jump into a picture. Years later he shows up to rescue her from the shadows that have been haunting her for years. The shadows have decided it’s time for her to die. NOW! The window-tapping stranger, Aidan, shows up to save her. She finds out she is not the only person who can see the shadows, but she may be the most important!

The shadows have announced that it ts time for her to die. Aidan is back. He, once again, gets her to jump into a copy of Starry Night and the fun REALLY begins. Sara is told the Great Story about the Great Storyteller, his wife the Great Wind and their son the Meaning and the events leading up to the end of the world. Everything about this story is amazing and full of adventure! I love Clair, the non-talking Pixie, that tells her stories through others and her expressions.

I love this book and recommend it to anyone looking for an adventure! An easy five stars!

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