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Sil's Story

Sil s Story How did Sil Violet s new mentor in The White Rose find her hidden home Read about her journey through the Farm to discover what led her to the White Rose A short story from The Jewel series was post

  • Title: Sil's Story
  • Author: Amy Ewing
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 133
  • Format: ebook
  • How did Sil, Violet s new mentor in The White Rose, find her hidden home Read about her journey through the Farm to discover what led her to the White Rose.A short story from The Jewel series was posted on Epic Reads

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    1. Amy Ewing

      Amy Ewing is the young adult author of The Jewel, the first in a trilogy from HarperTeen, coming out September 2014.She grew up in a small town outside Boston, where her librarian mother instilled a deep love of reading at a young age Amy moved to New York City in 2000 to study theater at New York University Unfortunately, her acting career didn t quite pan out She worked in restaurants, as an administrative assistant, a nanny, and a sales representative for a wine distributor before the lack of creativity in her life drove her to begin writing.Amy received her MFA in Creative Writing for Children from The New School, where she was lucky enough to meet a fabulous community of YA writers who keep her sane on a daily basis She lives in Harlem, where she spends her days writing, eating cheese, and occasionally binge watching The Vampire Diaries.

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    1. "Maybe this forest wants me here.Maybe I’ve finally found the place where I belong."I’m going to be perfectly honest here and say that I don’t really remember a lot of Sil from the second book. So it took a while to determine what exactly was going on. However, the book does a pretty good job of catching you up on all the previous events.Sil is Violet’s mentor throughout the second book, but who was she before Violet met her. In this extremely (and I mean that literally) short story, we [...]



    2. This novella wasn't as good as the Wishing Well. I guess I don't really like Sil as a character and a lot of what happened was already mentioned in passing in the White Rose. :/


    3. Sil’s StoryForty-four years before the start of The JewelL, age 16My head pounds as I shove everything I own—everything I’ve stolen—onto the flat threadbare piece of canvas.The wind rattles the corrugated roof over my latest refuge, a shed behind a tool-and-seed store in a tiny village in the Farm. I hold my breath and shut my eyes, begging the wind to leave me alone.In the darkness behind my lids, all I can see is the shutter, pulling loose from the green and yellow house. Plummeting do [...]


    4. This was an extremely short story, and one that didn't make much sense to me. For it to be listed as a prequel or #0.1, I wanted it to actually lead into something! Instead, all we get is a picture of a frightened young woman who finds a crumbling farm deep in the woods. Perhaps if I read the rest of this series, it will make more sense, but for now, it's more confusing than anything else.


    5. It was nice to see Sil's story! She is so gruff and hardcore and tough when we are reading Violet's story, that I never would have imagined she was a scared 16 year old girl. I would have thought she was like her older self the whole time!And for her to not know what is going on? That would be very scary. Violet had a lot of people helping her through this process, but Sil was all alone and had to feel all of those new feelings without anyone to guide her. Sil is a very strong character and I am [...]


    6. A short story about Sil, Violet's new mentor, who we see in The White Rose. In the second book, Sil recalls how she found her home, the White Rose - hence the title of the book.In this novella, we see how Sil escaped and made her way - going through the same path Violet took - and found the White Rose.Nothing really important, just additional info and background on Sil. Quite a nice novella with wonderful descriptions.


    7. Blah.After reading 'The White Rose" you basically already knew everything that was written here - it's just slightly more detailed. Glad it was free from epicreads or I would have been very disappointed and let down.


    8. I really enjoyed this short story about Sil. It was interesting to see what she was thinking and feeling, and how she found the White Rose.


    9. First Sentence:"My head pounds as I shove everything I own-everything I stolen-onto the flat threadbare piece of canvas."This gives us a peek into what Sil went through when she was all alone.



    10. Interesting helps that I have read all of the author's other work in this series. It "feels" like this was a short story for a writing class - something the author used to establish an internal picture for the series. I would not recommend reading this before the other books and short story.


    11. This wasn't long enough to be worth the read. I'm interested in her story but this was the shortest scene of her running through the forest and passing out. There was nothing new here, no cool little side adventure. Nothing. It was just pointless.


    12. This is a novella and is expected to be short, but it was too short. It didn't represent the true character of Sil that we see in The White Rose. I feel that it could have given a deeper insight into her turmoil and experiences as she escaped the Jewel.


    13. I really enjoyed learning more about Sil and how she found her home in the forest. BUT this was pretty short






    14. Like it. Nice to see the struggle of Sil but a bit short wasn't it?But I still don't like her very much she is so grumpy in the white rose.Meh anyway it was nice to read








    15. Un historia corta relacionada con la trilogía espero que escuchemos más de este personaje en el segundo y/o tercer libro parece muy interesante!!


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