Dear Holly Black and Ted Naifeh,

The Good Neighbors: KinI wasn’t sure that I was going to like The Good Neighbors Book 1: Kin, because I’m often picky about stories involving fairies, but you definitely got it right with this one.  It’s a classic girl-discovers-she’s-part-fae story, told with a modern perspective and with moody, emotive art that made me want to grow wings and climb in trees.  That is, more than I  usually want to do those things.  A nice mix between the urban feel of Charles de Lint and more classic fairy lore, and a five-star beginning to a series I hope to continue enjoying!



Wanna check out this title for yourself?  Try the Indie Bound or ABC bookstore finders!


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