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Book By Author:  P.A. Clark

The Lin Wu Chronicles: Senior Year
 
 The Lin Wu Chronicles: Senior Year
 
 Thriller
 
 0741477033 978-0741477033
 
 

It's cram time at Brampton Academy and Lin Wu is a high school senior just trying to make the grade. But getting through school has never been this difficult, as ghost, villains, and monsters continually pop up in her life. She'll have to stay on her toes and block out all the horror as she struggles to survive. Mystery and suspense await her. Can you survive a journey with Lin as she navigates her way through, The Lin Wu Chronicles: Senior Year?

 
Date Reviewed:   

27-11-2012

 
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A young adult prequel that does not disappoint. Lin Wus adventures shine again!

 
 

 P.A. Clark keeps us entertained again with courageous short stories about Lin Wu.  The stories this time are about her adventures in senior year high school.  When I say adventures, it has everything: robots; vampires; a rat woman; fight scenes and screaming ghosts.  Lin Wu, the main character, is a practical intelligent girl with a huge heart and even more courage.  However, trouble seems to find her wherever she goes.  My two favourite stories in The Lin Wu Chronicles: Senior Year were The Chinatown Vampires and Sook-Joo vs. the Phantom Squad.  The clever way that Lin Wu pieces together these mysteries using logic is what makes this book a hit.  Can you guess the ending before she does?

I had previously read The Lin Wu Chronicles by Clark and am already a fan.  The one thing that had me pausing for a moment in this novel was the overuse of the word I throughout because all the stories are written from Lin Wu’s perspective.  The book is easy to read and I would recommend it to any young adult.  Its short story format is engaging for a younger audience and you can put the book down and pick it up again to read the next story without missing a beat.  Lin Wu is an excellent role model and I am looking forward to reading her adventures as she matures and experiences more of life.

 

 
 



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Author:  P.A. Clark