The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig
Greenwillow Books, February 2016. Hardcover | Kindle | 443 pages
"It was the kind of August day that hinted at monsoons, and the year was 1774, though not for very much longer. I was in the crowded bazaar of a nearly historical version of Calcutta, where my father had abandoned me.
He hadn't abandoned me for good - not yet. He'd only gone back to the ship to make ready for the next leg of the journey: twentieth-century New York City. It was at our final destination, however, where he hoped to unmake the mistakes of his past."
I just started this book a few days ago, so I'm not too far in, but so far I am loving this book! I'd had my eye on this one for a while and had only a basic idea of what it was about, but I was still very on the fence about it. I'm really glad I picked it up because it's so unique and I am loving the entire premise!
What do you think? Would you keep reading? (And feel free to join in and make your own post!)
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