Zoraida Córdova is the author of 9 dream books, including her latest one, Wayward Witch, which follows Rose and her daddy who are pulled through a website to the land of Adas, a fairy world hidden in the Caribbean Sea, where they need to find a technique to save Adas in order to return house.
What Zoraida suggests: Lobizona by Romina Garber
I began checking out Lobizona by Romina Garber, which is the first book in the Wolves of No World series It follows Manuela Azul who is an undocumented immigrant on the run from her papa’s Argentine-crime family. In Garber’s world, motivated by Argentine folklore, the seventh successive kid is born a bruja and the seventh successive young boy is a lobizón, a monster. Manu should not even exist, according to her family legends. I like the way Romina Garber makes up truthfully about a lady going through the best trials of her life. The search for identity and home are styles that everybody can recognize, no matter where you are from.