May Bird, Warrior Princess: Book Three

May Bird, Warrior Princess: Book Three by Jodi Lynn Anderson
Jodi Lynn Anderson
Simon and Schuster
Release Date:
Sep-18-2007

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9

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9 - 12

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Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer  KMeng
May Bird has been living on Earth for three years since coming back from the Ever After. No one, not even her loving mother, believes her wild stories about her ghostly friends. When she goes on her house's Widow's Walk, May and Somber Kitty fall to their deaths. They appear right away, in the Spectroplex in the Ever After. May decides to go back to where her friends Arista and Pumpkin would be, no one is there. In fact, no one is anywhere to be seen. Finally, after roaming around to different cities, May finally meets up with Pumpkin. She learns that her other friends such as Beatrice, Fabbio, and Lucious were captured by the Dark Spirits. May also learns that the Evil Bo Cleevil is even closer to taking over the Ever After, and then is going to try to capture Earth as well. May and Pumpkin set off to rescue her friends and then they form a group called the Free Spirits that are determined to beat Bo Cleevil. The Book of the Dead, the book with every answer in it, says that May won't defeat Bo Cleevil. Is the book wrong? Or will someone else step up to the plate and finally bring peace and happiness back to the Ever After?

This is the final book in the May Bird series and I thought it was wonderful. It had so much action and humor in it that I could not put it down. The characters had emotion and personalities that were extremely wonderful for a book. Compared to the two other stories in this series, May Bird: Warrior Princess, captures the reader with an even more excellent plot that will surely keep their interest. This book was different than any I have read before because of its combination of the world of the living and the world of the dead. I recomend this book to anyone interested in a book with action and fantasy.

Reviewer Age:14

Reviewer City, State and Country: Carlisle, Pennsylvania United States of America

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