Wicked in Rhyme (Wicked Unearth Series)
J. L. Smith
Published February 20, 2019
About Wicked in Rhyme
Inez Finley is just like most ten-year-olds. Her life is filled with love from her family. Mainly from Grandma Esther.
Her parents love her, too, but Grandma is the only one Inez can truly talk to about the dreams she has.
Especially after one of them comes true on the schoolyard. She is the only one who understands what Inez can see and what the woman in the old photo in Dad’s office has to do with it.
It’s not often that I review serial or short fiction, but in this case, I wanted to help out a fellow book blogger and share something about her book.
“Wicked in Rhyme” is four chapters introducing Inez Finley, a bright, empathetic girl with vivid dreams. Even in these first few chapters, Inez’s special relationship with her grandmother comes through. There’s also a really fun element of mystery and intrigue as Inez realizes her dreams aren’t just dreams. But unlocking their secrets won’t be easy.
I found myself drawn in and deeply interested in Inez’s story and her dreams. I would definitely read more of her story.
Recommended for Ages 8 to 12.
Inez is Black.
Profanity/Crude Language Content
Inez has a dream that something bad happens to someone, and then it does.
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