Willa the Wisp (The Fabled Stables Book #1)
I think this book was okay. It didn’t keep my interest. The plot was sort of unfocused, and I had trouble keeping up with the amount of information the book was giving me. I felt kind of overwhelmed reading this. On the bright side, the illustrations were wonderful, and I felt like they added a depth to the story that we wouldn’t really have just reading the story. The characters were likable and not too overpowering. The idea of a bunch of mythical animals living in a stable is good, but I feel like the author could have added a few more things to make the story make sense. The idea for this book, that the wisps could only live for a day was great, but kind of sad.
In conclusion, there are some things that the author could fix, this is an ok book, but not my first choice off the shelf. If this is a series, I don’t think I would read the next book or beyond.
|Author||Jonathan Auxier, Illustrated by Olga Demidova|
|Page Count||96 pages|
|Publisher||Harry N. Abrams|
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