Sonntag, 8. Mai 2016

Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley *****

Aza Ray isn't a normal teenage girl due to a lung disease no doctor nor medicine can heal. Nevertheless she's a regular guest at the hospital. She can hardly breath and it's getting worse each day. It's just a matter of time until she will die, but the doctors thought she would die as a child and still she lives. So her family and her best and only friend Jason try to live a normal life as far as it is possible. Aza and Jason always hang out together and he never questions Aza. They have more-than-frienldy feelings but don't talk about that. Shortly before her 16th birthday Aza sees a ship and the sky and she hears someone calling her name. Everyone thinks it's due to her medicine except Jason. He always tries to find explanations for everything, so he believes her and starts searching for clues in the internet.
When Aza breaks down and becomes unconscious due to her sickness no one can help her. She dies in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. While her family and Jason grieve her loss, she finds herself in another world, in Magonia. There she can breath without any problems for the first time and she seems to have immense power. But she doesn't have much time to recover before she finds out that a war is coming and both Earth and Magonia are at risk. It's up to Aza how everything will end. What will she do? Will she save Magonia or Earth?

To get the answer you have to read this book.

320 pages

I really enjoyed the book from the first to the last page. This book is special in a way I cannot put into words. It's also different to all the books I 've read so far and I've read lots of books in my life. I guess it's because of the writing style and the way it's printed. I can hardly explain it. You have to read and see it by yourself to know what I mean. It's different. Believe me.
 5 stars *****

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