The Outcasts Reviews
"The hand of the author can be felt at every turn, with thinly veiled messages about the importance of teamwork and not prejudging others. " - Publishers Weekly
"Responsibility is a key theme throughout, as the adult characters pontificate regularly in a heavy-handed manner. Lacking a well-formed plot, this book leaves readers feeling like outcasts themselves." - School Library Journal
This uneven but enjoyable magical tale brings its outcast characters together: a magical version of The Breakfast Club in the English countryside.
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