The Up-and-Under, Book 2
Synopsis: After climbing Over the Woodward Wall and making their way across the forest, Avery and Zib found themselves acquiring some extraordinary friends in their journey through the Up-and-Under.
After staying the night, uninvited, at a pirate queen’s cottage in the woods, the companions find themselves accountable to its owner, and reluctantly agree to work off their debt as her ship sets sail, bound for lands unknown. But the queen and her crew are not the only ones on board, and the monsters at sea aren’t all underwater.
The friends will need to navigate the stormy seas of obligation and honor on their continuing journey along the improbable road
Review: These little novels are like the tales we used to read as children. They are poetic, full of wonders and above all delicate. The story takes us to a world full of magic that can only make us travel.
We find our two heroes, Avery and Zib for the continuation of their adventures which are not easy. This time, they will face the seas while working on a pirate ship. On this ship, they will discover a new facet of the world they live in and it was a pleasure to discover it with them.
I had a great time with this novel that allowed me to escape. I am curious to see what our heroes will do in the next volume which I will read with pleasure!