Gil Kopel Kopel itibaren Rudzie, Polonya
I made my bookclub read this senior year high school. It is pretty fabulous. There's a lot of theater and fable involved.
An enjoyable YA, this is set in a London that is entirely not like London, where everything that is unwanted goes to live including broken umbrellas, unwritten books, bits of rubbish, milk cartons, etc. It follows the quest setup with various characters gathered along the way and a fairly unlikely heroine. In some ways this could be considered along the lines of Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. A similar fairytale concept but with a modern feel and modern language.
If you are a fan of this series, you might like to revisit the books on audio. Narrator Barbara Rosenblat does an excellent job in bringing the characters to life with her various dialects. In this story, Goldy and her son Arch are staying in the home of a wealthy couple while Goldy serves as their live-in chef. Thinking that this will protect them from her ex-husband “The Jerk,” what Goldy doesn’t know is that she has put them in even more danger. A solid mystery, this audio version lacks the recipes that are printed in the book.