Like my boss Kristen said when she recommended Savvy to me, the book came as a sort of surprise. It seemed, at the start, like it was going to be a four-star-er, good but not great. The more I read, though, the more I really got into it! The narrator’s voice is unique and vibrant, and I love the particular dialect that the Beaumont family uses. Sometimes I don’t like it when novels introduce all these new words that the reader is just supposed to catch on to, but you have a subtle hand with it, which I greatly appreciated. The story was funky, and very up-to-date while still having that great timelessness that fantasy should have, and I loved it from start to finish–so it gets five stars!