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Cora Catlin is a misfit at best, and an outcast at worst. She feels out of place, as if everything is backward and something is missing from her life.And then, on her first day of middle school, everything changes.When Cora encounters an elfin stranger who speaks of the magical world Clouden, an entire kingdom hidden up in the sky, she can’t wait to leave her boring, humdrum life behind. As Cora travels to her new home, where children sprout from the ground and rivers flow with chocolate, she finds herself transformed—and if that weren’t enough, she has to adjust to royal parents, talking Pegasuses, a raging war, and an alluring love interest as well.Exploring this new land, Cora unearths wonders and secrets beyond her wildest imaginings, discovering the meaning of true friendship, love, and what it means to feel whole.

"*I received a copy of this book for free to review, this in no way influenced my review, all opinions are 100% honest and my own."


The thing I liked most about Whole in the Clouds was its fantasy elements. Everything was written so well and I loved all the descriptions. The characters, especially Cora, were all written believably. I really enjoyed Cora's character and how she is able to find a place where she feels she belongs. This is an excellent middle grade novel and it will definitely be good for middle grade students.
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