Journey’s End is a beautiful book by author Rachel Hawkins.
New York Times bestseller. Rachel Hawkins brings us a gripping high school fantasy adventure, perfect for Lisa Graff fans.
Spending the summer with her scientist father in a small Scottish village wasn’t a great idea for Nolie, but she soon found a friend: Native Journey’s Ender Bel McKissick.
When Nolie’s father travels to Journey’s End to research the Boundary – a mysterious foggy strip off the coast – the Bel family cannot see it as a threat. The McKissick family’s livelihood depends on tourists drawn to the legend of the curse. Whether you believe in magic or science, going into the Boundary means you will never come back.
Unless you do. Albert Etheridge, a boy who disappeared into the Boundary in 1914, suddenly returned – not a day older and with no memory of the past 100 years. The boundary begins to draw closer to the town, threatening to destroy everyone inside.
I really enjoyed this story, and the characters are pretty cool. Although I didn’t completely love this book, I was really glad I read it. Because the mystery is interesting and I like the setting of it. A small village in Scotland, our time. Interesting. There’s a bit of magic, it’s amazing. And such an interesting story.
I don’t know how much I’m going to write about this book, because it’s pretty short, and I don’t want to talk about all the things that happened, because there isn’t much. But I will still write about it, and try to share why I liked this book and why I didn’t like it. However, one thing I love is the beautiful cover. Yes.
I found the writing style in this book quite good, which I am very satisfied with. And like I said, I enjoyed the story. This book is about a mysterious fog just outside this village. If people go into the fog, they will never come back.
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