March 09, 2012

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  2. Anonymous7:06 PM

    This takes “granny magic” to a whole new level. Names have meanings, the phases of the moon affect everything and your birth date can affect everything in your life. There is young love, curses, lost love, motocross racing, backwoods clans, black magic, lost heirs, true love, betrayal and many of the travails of modern teenagers. There is kind of a Romeo and Juliet theme going on here, not sure if Charlotte started out intending to do this, hopefully this will have a happier ending than the original. One thing to keep in mind on reading this, different cultures (even in America) have different standards in living and in raising children. This is definitely aimed toward the young teenage girl crowd, but as such is well written and manages to be respectful of different cultures. Well thought out and considered, not just a piece of fluff.

    Just providing this as a courtesy. If you would like me to review more of your work, I can be contacted at:

    You can also check out more of my reviews on Amazon

    Thanks for an enjoyable tale.
    A.M. Donovan