Bland and Boring | Review of ‘Riverkeep’
By Cynthia Ayala
The Danék is a wild river and Wull’s family has spent generations caring for it, breaking up the ice, keeping out the weeds, and fishing out the bodies of those unlucky enough to fall in. It is a legacy Wull does not want to be a part of. But when his father falls in and comes out possessed, Wull must embark on a journey to save his father and uncover the courage deep inside himself.
Published on July 26, 2016, by Viking, Riverkeep by Martin Stewart is a young adult coming-of-age fantasy that is, unfortunately, incredibly boring to read.
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