Review: Kith (The Good Neighbors #2) by Holly Black and Ted Naifeh


Kith (The Good Neighbors #2) by Holly Black

Hardcover, 128 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by GRAPHIX
Source: Library
Rue Silver’s life is not what it appears to be. Her mother is a faerie, and has been taken back to the faerie realm. As Rue goes to bring her back, she must travel deep into an inhuman world. At the same time, the faerie realm is venturing into our world too, and taking its toll on those Rue loves. When her grandfather’s plans threaten Rue’s city, she realizes that she’s the only one who can stop him. But is Rue a human or a faerie? Where does she fit? How does she know the difference between love and enchantment?  – Goodreads
My Opinion: This was an interesting read. The illustrations are interesting because of the type of art they are. The story was a continuation of the first graphic novel in the series, Kin and you can read my review HERE and just as I said on that review, the contrast between the black and the white help create the freaky factor to the story that helps scare you.
Overall: 3.5 out of 5

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