The country is at war, terrorists strike at random, widespread rationing is in effect, and the power grid is down. But thirteen-year-old Sky Brightman is remarkably untouched by it all. She lives off the grid on sixty acres of rural New Mexico ranch land with chores to do and horses to ride and no television or internet to bring disturbing news into her family's adobe house. Sky's schoolmates think she's a little weird.
Then a string of mysterious arrests begins, and her new friend, Kareem, becomes a target. Sky is finally forced to confront the world in all its complexity. Summoning her considerable courage and ingenuity, she takes a stand against injustice. With humor, hope, and fierce determination, she proves that even a child can change the world.
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This thought-provoking novel explores both the frightening power of mob mentality and fear tactics, along with hopeful possibilities offered when individuals take courageous stands for justice.Read Full Review of Saving Sky | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
I recommend Saving Sky by Diane Stanley to anyone interested in viewing current issues from the eyes of a child – because it is definitely inspiring.Read Full Review of Saving Sky
Saving Sky is very good and well worth reading. There's a lot to take away from it.Read Full Review of Saving Sky
This is a powerful and timely read that clearly shows how fear and paranoia can get out of control.Read Full Review of Saving Sky
This is a book that people are missing.Read Full Review of Saving Sky
I really liked Sky as a character.Read Full Review of Saving Sky
Like favorite The Giver and the recent bestseller The Hunger Games, readers will have much to discuss after finishing this beautifully written, disturbing book.Read Full Review of Saving Sky
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