Thursday, May 29, 2014

Review: Hanna, Hanna, One-and-Two by Myndi Shafer

Hanna, Hanna, One-and-Two by Myndi Shafer

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Story Rating: 4 out of 5


Hanna, Hanna, One and Two, is a book that has been written in a way a story is supposed to be written and has a lot going for it. Myndi Shafer did an excellent job on this one, even if she did want to quit. Thanks to her husband, she made this book a winner.

It starts off kind off slow, but once you keep at it, oh baby!! Its hard to put down. It's a love story, action packed, suspence driven, dystopian novel everyone is crazy about reading these days. You will come to not understanding Hanna, hate her for what she decides to do, then just love her for why she sacraficed herself to save a corrupt and messed up world that you will read about and hate. You'll stay awake at night thinking, what's going to happen next until you get to the end.

I do hope there will be a second and/or third books to this in the works because I would love to know what happens in this next life of Hanna's and her old/new guy, Nat, she loved/will love. All in all, a book you don't want to sleep on or put down once you get into it.

Great work Mrs. Shafer!

Reviewed by Detra Warfield


  1. great book, one of my favorites!

  2. I absolutely loved it, and I'm not usually a dystopian fic reader. :)