Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Literary Loom Tour and Review

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The Big Debate (Literary Loom #1) A bizarre corpse . . . A strange girl . . . A creepy teacher . . . A cool invention . . . Combine these with an old school and a new student anxious to fit in—and the adventure begins. Fifteen-year-old Josh’s big mouth gets him in trouble at first. But after walking in the shoes of great men of history in the Literary Loom, he uses that mouth to bring down the bad guy and ultimately solve the mystery behind the murder—and the strange girl.  

I have to say that this story is a bit off the normal for me.  Even with that I enjoyed the story.  I have to say that I was not expecting the religious aspect of this book, that was a big surprise to me.

Josh is a loud mouth! Obnoxious would be one word people would use to describe him.  Precocious would be another.  I prefer the later. I enjoyed the historical aspect of the book.  Reading about Joan of Arc and George Washington to name just a few made the book that much more enjoyable in my mind.

This is a mystery of sorts.  Josh needs to discover the truth behind the murder. I have to say I really enjoyed the characters in this book.  And the "strange girl" I loved her! The book does drag at a few points but I think that all in all the book was well written and it did keep me turning the pages to find out what happens next.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a fun mystery.  I give this book 4.5 stars for the storyline and character creation.

Details/Disclaimer: Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.
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Author Carolyn Twede Frank Carolyn has always liked to create. There were always gardens full of beautiful plants in her life, plenty of frilly, homemade dresses for her daughters—and don’t leave out the puppets. Ever since third grade, Carolyn also liked to write. She is the author of Promises, a teen historical fiction novel, and the author/illustrator of two children’s picture books. Carolyn lives in Utah with her husband and teenage daughter, where she runs her puppet-related business in between family time and writing time.

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