Salt by Hannah Moskowitz review


Synopsis (as taken from GoodReads)

Even though their parents disappeared during a hunt three months ago, seventeen-year-old Indi and his siblings, Beleza, Oscar, and Zulu, continue to roam the Mediterranean on their sailboat and hunt down monsters–but Indi yearns for a more settled life for his family, and he hopes that his parents’ journal with its tantalizing hints of a treasure, will provide them all with the means of escape from their nomadic and dangerous life before it is too late.


So the best blurb i saw for this was Supernatual: Sea edition. ….

Okay that grabbed me hook, line, and sinker….(i am slightly obsessed with that show.)…This fun short little novel was everything it promised to be. You see the older siblings stepping up and caring for the younger siblings in light of the of the parents absence. You see family dynamics play out as each sibling learns to step up into their own role, fighting, making up, protecting, sacrifice, etc. Overall i give this short novel 4 stars.

I received an e-Arc from the publisher through NetGalley for an honest review.

Hardcover, 280 pages
Expected publication: October 30th 2018 by Chronicle Books

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