SaintsBook - 2013
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green_owl_22 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 10
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The book that I read was "Saints". The reason why I picked this book was because the cover of the book seemed very cool and it caught my attention. When I scammed through the book I realized it was a comic book. Personally, comic books seem really interesting to me because of its style. Going back to the cover, I realized that the main character would be from China. The first chapters, I personally think that readers could relate because the little girl was going through family problems.
Four Girl is unwanted and unloved by her family. Seen as a demon-child, her family practically gives her up as a lost cause. Four girl, searching for acceptance discovers catholic missionaries near her small Chinese village.
After one exceptionally harsh experience with her grandfather, Four runs into the forest and sees a vision of Jeanne D'Arc. As Four distances herself from her family, and grows closer to the missionaries visions of Jeanne come more often, offering peace and guidance.
When her family discovers that Four plans to convert to Catholicism, the beat her, and Four, now christened Vibiana, runs away to work at the Catholic orphanage. Mostly lost in a sea of tales and saints, Vibiana doesn't understand most of her new faith, but she understands the acceptance she feels. Visions of the Maid of Orleans continue and Vibiana decides they are a sign she is supposed to be a woman warrior like Jeanne and convinces another convert, and former bandit to teach her the sword.
As the Boxer Rebellion rages in China, hunting down Christians and foreigners, Vibiana fears for the safety of her adopted family.
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