The Girl Who Came Back To Life: A Fairytale by Craig Staufenberg

The Girl Who Came Back To Life: A Fairytale
Author: Craig Staufenberg
Genre: YA/ Fantasy
180 pages
Publisher: Create Space, 2014
Book Source: Author in exchange for an honest review

Twelve year old Sophie is self-possessed, mature orphan who lives with her grandmother. When the weather gets warmer they make their way to the North and The City of the Dead where people go to tell their loved ones Goodbye so they can move on to the next world. But Sophie has other plans- she wants to bring her parents back to life. Along the way Sophie is resourceful and finds out things about her grandmother she never knew.

This was a quick, entertaining read. I found the storyline to be original and the characters interesting. I wished Sophie had acted a little more like a kid, though. But she was a very good heroine and she ended up learning a valuable lesson in the City of the Dead. My main quibble is with the cover. I think a more descriptive cover would have represented the story better. I'm giving it...

1/2 teacups
About the Author:
Craig Staufenberg is a writer and filmmaker living in New York City.

 This review is part of a tour hosted by:
Virtual Author Book Tours

Add it on Goodreads

Buy it here:
Amazon / B&N



  1. Thanks for taking part in the tour. I'm glad you enjoyed 'The Girl Who Came Back To Life'.


Post a Comment

Please leave a comment, it strokes my ego. Except from the spammers. Spammers bad.

Popular posts from this blog

Book Review: Of Spice and Men by Sarah Fox

Paxil and Prayer

A Review of Barbra Streisand on the Couch by Alma Bond, Ph.D.