Blue Riley has wrestled with her own demons ever since the loss of
her mother to cancer. But when she encounters a beautiful devil at
her town crossroads, it's her runaway sister's soul she fights to
save. The devil steals Blue's voice-inherited from her musically
gifted mother-in exchange for a single shot at finding Cass. Armed
with her mother's guitar, a knapsack of cherished mementos, and a
pair of magical boots, Blue journeys west in search of her sister.
When the devil changes the terms of their deal, Blue must
reevaluate her understanding of good and evil and open herself up
to finding family in unexpected places. In Devil and the Bluebird,
Jennifer Mason-Black delivers a captivating depiction of loss and
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A charming, but menacing book
Fri, 18 Mar 2016 | Review
by: Sue @ Crushingcinders
Drifting through this charming, but menacing book I got to know the easy-to-love Blue and watched as she discovered herself, slowly, bit by bit.
The vague, dreamy plot threading the story together was fun to read, but I was torn by the easy, contrived coincidences. Happy for the glimpses they showed of possible happy conclusions, but disappointed in their predictability which was more and more evident as the story panned out.
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