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User Review  - kraaivrouw - LibraryThing

I'm primed to like any book that begins with an author essay about the magic she sees in the world around her and the little synchronicities that inspire connections that might not otherwise be made ... Read full review

Review: Ship of Souls

User Review  - Ari - Goodreads

I wish some of the fantasy elements had been developed a bit further, such as Nuru's role, his dialogue also came across sounding a little ridiculous and heavy on the 'wise mentor' scale. The ... Read full review

Review: Ship of Souls

User Review  - Julia - Goodreads

D, Keem and Nyla, all Brooklyn African- American teens, D is eleven, who end up going on a magical journey in lower Manhattan to help the ghosts who died on slave ships get to where they belong. I ... Read full review

Review: Ship of Souls

User Review  - Greenjasminetea - Goodreads

I'm surprised by the low score of Ms Elliot's "Ship of Souls". I enjoyed D's historical adventure in Brooklyn. Elliot's strength is her characterizations of D (for Dmitri), his new friends, Keem and ... Read full review

Review: Ship of Souls

User Review  - Caitlin - Goodreads

I'm primed to like any book that begins with an author essay about the magic she sees in the world around her and the little synchronicities that inspire connections that might not otherwise be made ... Read full review

Review: Ship of Souls

User Review  - Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews - Goodreads

Originally posted at: http://aurorareviews.blogspot.com/201... Dmitri's entire world is turned on its ear when, at eleven, his mother loses her battle with breast cancer. Because he's being shuffled ... Read full review

Review: Ship of Souls

User Review  - Sheila - Goodreads

The fact that the protagonist, D, is a math whiz caught my mathematical eye and drew me to this intriguing children's book. But no, you don't need to be a mathematician to enjoy it. Having some small ... Read full review

Review: Ship of Souls

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

D became a ward of the state, when his mother died from cancer. Lucky for D, he is taken in by Mrs. Ward, a nice white lady. Things are going great for D until Mrs. Ward cares for Mercy, a crack baby ... Read full review

Review: Ship of Souls

User Review  - Laurel-Rain - Goodreads

In New York City, a pre-teen boy named Dmitri loses his mother to cancer, and without any other family, finds himself in foster care. His foster mother seems caring, but she is also parenting a crack ... Read full review


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