Wendy Wu is just an average student trying to get through college. Her parents are loving and caring; they pass their wisdom and understanding on to her. Wendy couldn’t ask for a better life. However, when tragedy hits, Wendy’s life is changed forever. Will she rise to her calling or fail under the pressure?
When I opened this book, one of the first things I noticed was how short it was. However, as I began reading, I was pleasantly surprised by how quickly it grabbed my attention. The main character, Wendy, was extremely likable throughout the book. I felt that she made good, well-thought-out decisions. It was difficult to connect with some of the other characters.
At times, the action seemed to lag and the dialogue seemed a bit childish for the characters’ ages.
Overall, this book had a great plot and good character development. I would recommend it to anyone ages 12 and above who enjoys action.