Suee and the Shadow, Part 1

Suee and the Shadow, Part 1

Suee and the Shadow Part Suee who never did have many friends to begin with by choice she insists suddenly has to contend with a most unexpected companion her shadow who talks too much and has a mind of its own Suee s trou

  • Title: Suee and the Shadow, Part 1
  • Author: Ginger Ly Molly Kay Lee
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Suee, who never did have many friends to begin with by choice, she insists suddenly has to contend with a most unexpected companion her shadow, who talks too much and has a mind of its own Suee s troubles began when she passed out in the school exhibit room on her first day after hearing a strange voice speaking to her from the darkness.

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    "The sweeter the dream, the more bitter the reality is. I'd rather have nightmares."Suee Lee considers herself an average twelve-year-old girl, though in reality, she is precocious beyond belief. She's a very private person who does NOT like to talk about her missing mother.Forced to move to Outskirtsville, her first day of school doesn't go smoothly. After an awkward encounter with some popular girls, she hears a voice calling to her from a closet. Once she's inside, the voice tells her that it [...]

    I got this APP for free. I usually don't download books that are apps since I like reading in an eReader app. Also, they mostly feature books catering to small children.Not this one though. The app icon was what got me to download this. It was dark, it was goth and it looks like a strange story. I was right.I opened the app during lunch and was a bit surprised that I have it. I forgot that I downloaded it. What welcomed me as I started were the stunning graphics. I wouldn’t have cared if the s [...]

    I really enjoyed this! I just wish it explained a little bit more about why Suee is the way she is. And where her mother is. I wish it had been longer. Since this is Part 1, I'm assuming there will be more to come! I certainly hope so. Total cliffhanger!

    This is an interesting, slow burn horror comic about a young girl who transfers to a new grade school and hopes to just keep her head down until fifth grade ends, and she can move on to middle school. Instead, a strange encounter in an exhibit room filled with pots causes her shadow to talk. She also becomes interested in zero students - hollow-eyed children who the other children can tell are different, but adults see as just being sad, or gloomy. There's a lot here; moments of real uncertainty [...]

    It didn't seem to flow very well, and some of the writing was a bit formal. Having read a lot of writing by ESL students, this felt a bit like the writer's first language isn't English. The main character's voice didn't seem to match her age, even if she was supposed to be a mature character. It reminded me a bit of Anya's Ghost (young girl, ghost-like girl following her around, gaining power, a hole in the ground)I do like the art and cover design. I read an ARC, though, so I didn't get to expe [...]

    An odd and eerie tale about a girl whose shadow comes to life . Suee is precocious and sarcastic, without being caustic, and does admit she's wrong, once it becomes obvious. This makes for a humorous middle schooler dealing with her (slightly evil?) sassy shadow, and the struggle of being the new kid. The writing felt stilted at times, which brought the rating down. ~Emilee

    Lukas loved it another. Another book that was actually interesting to me so I enjoyed reading it with him. He continues to read it over and over again! Now how do we get the 2nd and 3rd??? Left us hanging!

    it was a bit juvenile for my taste, but it was a kids book, so that's to be expected. Other than that i really enjoyed it.

    I received a copy of this title from the author via Librarything Early Reviewers.Ten Second Synopsis:Precocious, friendless Suee moves to Outskirtsville and immediately becomes embroiled in strange goings-on related to a class full of "zero" kids.This was an engaging introduction to Suee and the nefarious happenings at her school in Outskirtsville. Suee is a bit like an Emily Strange sort of character in that she enjoys wearing black, doesn't go out of her way to make friends, and is drawn to in [...]

    I received a free copy of this book in return for a review, via the LibraryThing Early Reviewers program.Why did she go? I like people like her. Like Haeun.The class loser? What for?You're always so alone. It's no fun. And you have no friends.This school is just not on my level. I can't make friends with lame people.Twelve-year-old Suee Lee and her father have just moved house to Outskirtsville to be close to her father's new job, and it is Suee's first day at Outskirts Elementary School. Suee d [...]

    "Suee and the Shadow" is a short graphic novel that presents the precocious life of Suee, a 12 year old, recently transferred, student. Suee is very mature for her age and her family situation is quite complicated. Yet her cynic and sarcastic ways are justified because of the way she grew up. The story is about Suee discovering a mysterious shadow following her everywhere. This book doesn't give you a lot of background information on the main conflict and it actually ends with a big cliffhanger. [...]

    Suee sets out to find up what is up with the kids in her school that have no shadows. This is a great tool for parents who want to open up a discussion of bullying with their children. Kids will enjoy the cartoons and the short length of the book. Do not overlook Book Two and the future volumes. My thanks to the author for a complimentary copy.

    Ly's story and Molly's art combine to create a fun and creepy tale of a girl whose not-so-nice shadow comes to life. The cliffhanger at the end will make you eager to jump into Part 2.

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