Title: The Sisterhood
Author: Alison Clarke
Published Date: March 4th 2015
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL FROM THE PUBLISHER IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
When Oppie and Aurie are faced with a terrible battle between good and evil, they discover that friendship and sisterhood are the most precious things in the world. In a realm where magic and legend still exist, it’s easy to think that when you’re just an ordinary girl, you’ll never get the chance to be written into the history books. But when Oppie, and her dragon friend Aurie, find themselves on a mission to defeat the evil, oppressive forces of darkness, in the form of the dragon, Royzendeus, they discover that history is never made alone. As they travel, their army of light grows, and Aurie discovers that as a girl, she is blessed with an entire sisterhood she never realised existed.
This book encompasses everything that a young girl should learn about themselves growing up. It’s not just a tale of myths, legends and creatures. It’s a lesson of love, friendship and companionship.
Alison Clarke has taken her main character, Oppie, through a journey with her dragon friend, Aurie, fighting an evil dragon named, Royzendeus. Along the way their army has grown and so does their friendship. Their sisterhood.
Her writing is simplistic but beautiful non the less. It build a world of magic and myth but doesn’t stray from lessons embedded deep in the character’s development. I await more from Alison!!
I tip my Nerd Girl hat to you!! 5 stars
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