Seven Sorcerers by Caro King
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Nin normally hates Wednesdays, but the Wednesday her little brother disappears—along with all of his things—is the worst Wednesday by far. When Nin realizes that their mother doesn’t remember that Toby ever existed, she knows something is very wrong.
Nin soon learns that her brother didn’t just disappear; he was kidnapped by a Boogeyman and taken to The Drift, an alternate world where magic and strange creatures exist…along with Mr. Strood, the immortal man behind all of the kidnapping cases like Toby’s. Determined to get Toby back (along with her mother’s memories of him), Nin sets off through The Drift with the help of Jonas, a boy who has been living in both the Drift and the regular world ever since he escaped from one on Mr. Strood’s Boogeymen.
This is an action-packed story filled with fantasy and adventure that both girls and boys will surely enjoy. One of my favorite characters was Jik, a mudman Nin created—who can only say nonsense words rhyming with his own name. Watch for a planned sequel to this book!
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