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Strange things happen on Nortica; people disappear and voices call from the ocean. For Stella Shaw, things are about to get even more weird.
Welcome to Nortica. Population: ten.
After her latest run-in with the police, Stella’s mom takes her back to her childhood home, the island Nortica. But they find it much different than the stories Mom told. Most of the people have disappeared and the ones left are really weird.
When her mom turns out to be the next victim of the island, Stella is forced into a dangerous race to find her while learning the secrets that the ocean holds
"A different kind of ending for sure, Nice story! I knew I had it figured out, til I read the next page! Hopefully the sequel comes out soon!" ~ MPR1
"I felt compelled to keep reading, desperate to find out what happened next." ~ R. Kight
"The story ended so perfect. I kept waiting for another twist." ~ Jess
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Amy Richie was born in a small northern Ohio town where she grew up and lives there still with her three children. She comes from a large family with an even larger extended family. In 2012, Amy joined up with Anchor Group Publishing and now has two series started. The Immortal Love Series and The Blood Vine Series, a new YA. Amy writes things that are not of this world; either paranormal or fantasy. Vampires, werewolves, mermaids, time travel, ghosts, and even garden gnomes. To find out more about Amy Richie or her books visit her at amyrichie.weebly.com .
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So, I was able to have a chance to sit down and finish reading once all of our household goods got shipped, we traveled for 4 days and we got set up, and now finally I am able to put up my review.
This book was phenomenal. What else is there to say? The writing was fantastic. The story was great, and it kept my interest.
When you are looking for a book that has a fresh take on something that we all love, mermaids, you wonder how its going to be incorporated in a way you haven't thought of before. I wasn't sure what to expect with Sapphire City, but I knew from looking at the cover, that it was about a mermaid. I don't spoil myself with the excerpts or blurbs before I read, it spoils it for me.
I really think that Stella did a Stellar job with dealing with the challenges that she faced, and that in the end, she came out a great girl. Now, I don't really like to post a ton of spoilers with my reviews, or re-write the book, so I keep it short and simple.
This is a great book for a young adult reader. The language was clean and you weren't reading alot of smut. I would recommend this book for a 9-12th grader.