All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater

All the Crooked Saints is a heartwarming tale of family and friendship. The whole book is filled with magic and miracles, darkness and redemption, Saints and Pilgrims, romance and friendship- and of course the odd illegal radio station. As you read you will find complex and unique characters, Beatriz (The Girl with No Feelings), Daniel (The Saint), Joaquin (The rogue radio DJ Diablo Diablo), Peter (the boy with a hole in his heart), Marisita (the girl who blames herself) and a whole bevy of others. In this amazing novel, Steifvater explores the complicated relationship between science and religion in some of the most beautiful and profound words possible: “By relegating the things we fear and don’t understand to religion, and the things we do understand and control to science, we rob science of its artistry and religion of its mutability.” It is a powerful and timely novel for young adults at the moment, and many teens could benefit from reading it.

Maggie Stiefvater is coming to bookshop Thursday, Oct. 12 at 7 pm.

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About Claire Chandler

My name is Claire, and I am a freshman in high school. My favorite genres are fantasy, sci-fi, and historical fiction. Some of my favorites include Six of Crows, the Grisha Trilogy, the Scorpion Rules, the Lie Tree, Invictus, and the Raven Cycle. Outside of reading I like to unicycle and bake.