Defining “Evil” | “Half Bad” Review (Half Life Trilogy, #1) | Emertainment Monthly


By: Cynthia Ayala ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer

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This is a riveting breakthrough novel by Sally Green, published March 4 2014 by Viking Juvenile, Half Bad, the first book in the Half Life series, will captivate readers interested in the fantasy genre.  The novel follows the character Nathan, setting up the plot, the character, and the situation he’s in.  After that, it goes through the motion to explain the world that this novel is set in.  Green does an amazing job of creating sympathy for the main character and delving into the psychology of paranoia.  All the white witches in this novel, or at least, those that are part of the council let their fear and paranoia control their actions and torment the li[…]

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http://emertainmentmonthly.com/2014/03/08/defining-evil-half-bad-review-half-life-trilogy-1/

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