The Gray-Eyed Goddess
By: Mary Pope Osborne
Reviewed by: Cody W.
This book is about a king his wife and son. Men try to take his wife’s love and live stock. His son try’s to chase them off. They kill his live stock to tell his wife that she has to marry one of them. She knows he is not dead but they think he is dead. All the men think he is dead, because he has been gone for twenty years he’s dead. One of the gods secretly likes him and won’t let him leave the island. Her father tells her to let him go.
I like this book because it made ME feel like I was in it. It made me feel like I was locked on an island and no one could help me except the trees. I recommend this book for Middle students.