Book Review: Between Two Ends by David Ward

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ImageYeats was warned that his grandmother’s house held many secrets, but he didn’t see this coming. Stumbling upon two talking bookends in the library, Yeats is granted a wish to go into any book he wants. He chooses Arabian Nights, a book linked to his father’s depression. He discovers Shaharazad is actually Shari, a girl his father was friends with before she disappeared into the book when they were young. It’s Yeats’ duty to bring her back… but convincing her she is anything but royalty will be quite the task! Yeats battles a giant cat, prison guards, and a cook to get to Shari. But to bring her home, she must undo her own wish to be part of the story and want to return with him. Which will she choose?

Okay. This is one of those books that’s better in theory than practice. The gist of the plot reminded…

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