Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Book Review: Ada Legend of a Healer by R.A. McDonald

Ada Legend of a Healer by R.A. McDonald

I was completely enthralled with this book. I can't believe I waited so long to read it. 

Ada is a great protagonist - strong, fiesty and smart, plus she has the power of healing. She has grown up in foster homes not knowing who her parents are and just trying to survive the system. Her ability to see illness in people causes others to shy away from her, call her a freak. When she finally is put with her "aunt", she learns their's and her mother's fate- a life on the run from people wanting to take advantage of their gift.

There is a lot to like about this book, the characters, and well thought out story line, the beautiful artwork thats peppered throughout the book. I look forward to reading more especially since this ended with a bit of a cliffhanger.

Source: from author for review

For more info on the book and author visit adaslegend.com.

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  1. So glad you enjoyed the book. Thanks for putting up the link so that I could check out the art, because once you mentioned that my first question was, "where can I see it?".

    Hope you enjoy the rest of your R.I.P. reads as much.

  2. Thanks. The site has quite a bit of the artwork. Enjoy.

  3. I am going to add this to my list of books to read. This RIP is making my list longer and longer.

  4. This sounds really good. I enjoy books with artwork throughout. I will have to look into it!


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