“Carol Goodman’s Blythewood is reminiscent of both Harry Potter and The Diviners, but in a way that doesn’t distract from the entertaining story within.”*. Blythewood (Blythewood, book 1) by Carol Goodman – book cover, description, publication history. Welcome to Blythewood. At seventeen, Avaline Hall has already buried her mother, survived a horrific factory fire, and escaped from an insane.
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The factory catches fire one day, killing most of the girls who work there and lands Ava in an insane asylum. There is plenty of fresh and new in this one as well as some well loved old themes. Once upon a time, I acquired an ARC of an intriguing little book called Blythewood in a swap with another blogger. Suddenly, darol breaks out, and Ava and the rest of the girls try to scurry to safety.
Most of all, Blythewood made me eager to discuss the story with someone and desperate for the next yoodman in the series.
Blythewood (Blythewood, book 1) by Carol Goodman
Angels, faeries, and demons are all terms thrown haphazardly throughout the story and it’s hard to tell which are benign and which are bad since there is rampant prejudice against non-humans. Hunted Huntedbook 1 Meagan Spooner. Newer Post Older Post Home.
Goodman does a terrific job of diverting you from the real culprit. Lists with This Book.
I have been a fan of Carol Goodman for years, Lake of Dead Languages was my first read when it came out and I have eagerly awaited every book since. Historical fiction, fantasy, YA Find: View all 10 comments.
There b,ythewood a lot of things I liked about this story.
Wendy Darling November 11, at 7: Amazon Rapids Blythrwood stories for kids on the go. And she suspects the answers she seeks lie at Blythewood.
Blythewood (Blythewood, #1) by Carol Goodman
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Who is her real father? My mouth was really, truly gaping and I made a few history-nerd squeals. Her life is filled with questions to which she has no answers. Product details Age Range: It languished on my TBR for over a year and caril half, but I fully intended to read it someday. View all 8 comments.
You can give this book to your younger reader with confidence as there is no sex, drugs, alcohol or profane language. I actually thought that was the bk you were reading wen we talked about it last week. This is, of course, my opinion.
I absolutely bought this book for two reasons; the absolutely gorgeous craol, and the fact that it is a book about a boarding school with secrets. I actually posted my review for this book yesterday and I agree with your review. Ava climbs to safety on a ladder but then she falls, remembering nothing more.
I saw this at BN and almost bought it because I thought I remembered you tweeting about loving it, but I couldn’t remember for sure! Slow Marks November 8, at 6: Ava is finally released from the mental institution thanks to her grandmother, a woman she didn’t even know existed and she sends her to Blythewood, a private blythewood that Ava’s mother also attended. Blythewood Academy is a mysterious school where young women of distinction are sent to be educated. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
Once at Blythewood, Ava learns that things are not as they seem. For the most part, the vocabulary is fitting, and sometimes challenging. I gpodman that this reached a satisfying conclusion.