Sunday, May 30, 2010

Enna Burning by Shannon Hale

After Enna comes home from the Capitol of Bayern to the forest she loves only to have her mother pass away, she finds herself lost. Should she continue to stay and keep house for her borther who continues to grow more distant and sketchy by the day or head back to the Capitol to be with Isi and Geric. When Enna's brother becomes worse, she decides she must save him from himself. Will she be able to save her brother? Will she be able to help Isi and Geric as Tiran attacks Bayern city by city? What will Enna's part be in all of this? She has to find a way to be helpful.To learn more about the books of Bayern, click here.

1 comment:

  1. In Enna Burning as well as The Goose Girl you see interesting pictures of girls growing into women. Both Isi and Enna are trying to find their place in the world. Enna is looking for some way to help others. She wants to understand and to grow as a person. She wants to help her friends, her brother, and her country. In this desire she puts herself at risk. Enna learns the dangers of meddling in things that you don't understand, and also the beauty of life and the horror of war.