The Broken Circle: Yarns of the Knitting Witches by Cheryl Potter. Book 1 in the Potluck Yarn Trilogy.
Publication Date: June 2013
List Price: $15.99
Review: The Broken Circle by Cheryl Potter is book one of the Potluck Yarn Trilogy.
The Broken Circle takes place in the "Middlelands," a place full of war and fear. The Potluck Witches, who put their magic into their yarn and the clothes they make from it, are persecuted, but a growing darkness motivates them to join together to summon their magic to fight evil and save their world.
Although I sometimes felt like some deeper explaining was needed, there were times in this book where I was partially interested. Even though I didn't enjoy The Broken Circle, I'm sure that a girl would be interested in reading it. Like I said before, I found The Broken Circle confusing at times. Such as the beginning, I didn't know who any of the characters were and why they were significant to the plot, in fact, at times I didn't really understand the plot. The author didn't explain these two very well. However, as the book progressed, I began to slowly understand. I would defiantly not recommend this book to any of my friends, because the style is more for teen girls. However, when the crystals were thrown in the air, I almost felt as if I was there. So in the end, The Broken Circle wasn't the perfect book for me, but would most likely be enjoyed by other audiences.
Review written by Josh (6th grade student).
We would like to thank Strategies for providing a copy of The Broken Circle: Yarns of the Knitting Witches for this review.
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