writer. Yes, you read it right. Catherine Torres is a Filipino and she
wrote this wonderful book which I enjoyed reading so much. No wonder it
is one of the finalist in the Asian Book Awards.
The story of the book is simple but really interesting. The twists and turns of the story is breathtaking. I like how the story goes from smooth to a bit confusing then exciting. To some readers, they might find the story easy to predict but I think that’s where the fun comes in. You’ll need to have the proof somewhere in the book. The characters are lovely but my favorite? Sula, Pablo and James [SPOILER ALERT!!!! There’s a love triangle]
Sula and James’ story are the cute one. Typical teenage classroom story, while Sula and Pablo’s is the childhood type of love story. I won’t continue writing about them because I maybe spoiling every one already. It is hard to control because I really want my readers to know more about them. But to make this short, the story’s focus is Sula. Who is she? That’s what the readers should find out. She isn’t the ordinary teenager that you think of. Sula is a special girl. Her parents kept things from her and tried to hide her true identity but things changed so much. Sula’s curiosity can’t take the secret anymore. She knows she’s different, but she needs the proof, the truth.
Bookworms should read this wonderful story of a girl who’s attached in to the ocean. The downfall of the book is… the thing I won’t tell you. Just kidding. SULA’S VOYAGE is really a great and light read.
Before I end this I want to thank the author Catherine Torres for giving me the opportunity to review her work and to Scholastic publishing, thank you so much for the copy.
PS. Readers, book is worth it! 🙂