Review: FORGE by Laurie Halse Anderson

Savvy Verse & Wit recently read and reviewed Forge by Laurie Halse Anderson for the American Revolution Reading Challenge in 2013.  Here’s an excerpt:

Forge has a dual meaning in that the army’s mettle, as well as Curzon and Isabel’s, are tested, and these characters must forge ahead and overcome the challenges they face.  In a literal sense, Curzon tries to create a counterfeit of himself and pass himself off as a free man to become a soldier, as well as a key’s likeness to turn the lock on freedom.

Read the full review.

 

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