(Insert giddy dancing here)
In part, Kirkus said,
Chima navigates with graceful ease through multiple viewpoints and intricately realized settings united only by a subtle current of magic. Every character is both likable and flawed, written with such clear-eyed compassion that it impossible not to sympathize with all their competing goals.
Indispensible for those already committed to the series; those who aren’t should go back to the beginning and start.
Look for it in the July 15, 2011 Edition!
Or, read the full review here!