The Tombs of Atuan

From John, Teen Book Reviewer
author: Le Guin, Ursula K.
 The Tombs of Atuan
At a young age, Tenar is taken away from her mother, her possessions and her home. She is raised by the high priestesses of the Godking to become the priestess of the Tombs of Atuan. While in her domain, a wizard tries to steal the tomb’s greatest treasure, the ring of Erreth-Akbe. The wizard teaches Tenar about a world she never entered and gives her the choice to escape her current life or be locked in her domain forever. The Earthsea Cycle: The Tombs of Atuan by Ursula K. Le Guin is a masterpiece that will pull you in and won’t let go until you have read the entire series. Don’t delay, check out your copy today at the Half Hollow Hills library!

The Farthest Shore

From Robert, Teen Book Reviewer
author: Le Guin, Ursula K.
The Farthest Shore
In the fantasy book, The Earthsea Cycle, The Farthest Shore, by Ursula K. Le Guin, an Archmage and his companion must stop a mysterious magic from causing all of wizardry to disappear. In the book, certain chapters were difficult to understand until the next was read. Although the book is meant to be read in a series, it was enjoyable to read on its own. The book also required a knowledge of fantasy to be fully understood. I recommend this book to those who have read a fantasy book before, as this would be a challenging read otherwise.

Grave Sight

From Robin McCracken,
author: Harris, Charlaine
Grave Sight
Interesting easy read on a new character, Harper Connelly, who has a gift to find dead people and how they died. Charlaine Harris has a gift also, in my opinion, to keep you wanting to read her stories. Her character “Harper” like “Sookie” gets into circumstances beyond her control, with lots of enemies along the way.