Book Review: The Choice by Lynne Ewing

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Daughters of the Moon 9: The Choice by Lynne Ewing
(Started: July 06, 2010; Finished: July 10, 2010)


Summary/Description:
In a reckless attempt to change the future, Catty drops Jimena into her troubled past-and into dangerous territory for the ex-gang member. As Jimena runs for her life, she is caught by the police and put in jail. There she is further threatened by a new type of Follower with a shape-changing power she is unable to resist. Her only choice is to break out of jail and hide out with a most unlikely ally-her old gang rival, Payasa. Together they have to save the other Daughters of the Moon before Jimena's most terrifying premonition comes true. (From Shelfari)
Review: 4 stars
Source: Purcahsed at National Bookstore ($ 9.99 US / $13.99 CAN)
Available at: Amazon
It was a matter of choice. Jimena will have to decide on what she wants on her 17th birthday. But before she can even choose what she wants, she have to save her friends from the Atrox's wrath. It was good though there were parts that I got bored with it. I'm not really a fan of Jimena's character. Haha.


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