Kiki Strike: Inside the Shadow City review by TMic
Kiki Strike: Inside the Shadow City
by Kirsten Miller
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure
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Age at time of review - 21
Reviewer's Location - Durham, NC, United States
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Ananka Fishbein is a normal average girl, until she meets Kiki Strike and the rest of the Irregulars. Then her life changes dramatically. She sets out on a journey to map a city beneath New York, discovered by her mysterious friend Kiki. Only she and her friends know about this and they intend to keep it that way. Obviously this city once thrived, but now its only inhabitants are rats. Well, at least, they think that's right.

Opinion: 

Spying and history are some of my favorite topics to read about. Throw in some action thirsty girls and you've got yourself a story. I don't know how in the world Kristen Miller came up with such an amazing story. Once you start reading you are Kiki, Betty, or Oona and you can't stop reading about their adventures.

 

 

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive
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