This Full House Reviews
"Starred Review. Despite the book's oversimplification of religion and a conclusion that would seem pat if it were not so emotionally right, this portrayal of the dignity of poverty is quite the tearjerker. The audacity of hope, indeed. Ages 13-15." - Kirkus Reviews.
"Starred Review. The steady, sympathetic characterizations more than compensate for the unlikely plot twist ... and the trilogy closes warmly, sagely and, yes, even triumphantly. Ages 14up." - Publishers Weekly.
"Readers who have come to care about the characters will find a fitting and optimistic end to the trilogy." - VOYA.
"The secret that anchors the plot is heavily contrived ... and an authorial tone occasionally intrudes [but] LaVaughns ferocious determination and intelligence will wholly captivate readers ..." - Booklist.
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