Tori Sharp is having a hard time with school, friends, and siblings, and her parents’ divorce so she daydreams. Tori, who wants to be an author, dreams up a story about a sorceress and begins writing a story. Her parents’ divorce becomes difficult for Tori and her siblings. Sometimes Tori forgets whose house she wakes up in. Will her problems at home affect her relationship with her BFF, Taylor?
This is a great and interesting read! I can’t believe it was a true story. I feel bad that Tori had so many problems at home like when she had to go to her sister’s Emily dance lessons and she would be so tired she still had to finish all her homework. Divorce caused many problems for Tori, but she used it to daydream and write. In the end, her parents’ divorce led her to write a book. I really liked the simple but cute illustrations in this book. I recommend this book to kids who love graphic novels, especially personal autobiographical stories.
|Page Count||320 pages|
|Publisher||Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
|Amazon||Buy this Book|
|Category||Sequential Art - Kids|