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Viola Doyle Or An Unconventional Gift by Amy Lynn Spitzley Review

20 May

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

Viola Doyle Or An Unconventional Gift

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Riding her bicycle at a speed no proper young woman would attempt, letting her hair fly free, conversing with statues of long-dead heroines—these are all par for the course for Viola Doyle, much to her mother’s chagrin.

Keeping her newfound magical pin safe from those who would use it to unsavory ends and dealing with a handsome young historian takes quite a bit more effort.

And then, of course, there is the dragon…

To save herself and those she loves, it is up to Viola to become her own heroine, or suffer a terrible fate…

My Review:

Great book. I really enjoyed reading it. Viola is a great character. Viola is given a pin that she finds out is not just any ordinary pin. She sets out to find out everything she can about it. Her hunt leads to some very interesting twists and turns in the book. The world that Amy has built for the characters to live in is great as well. I love that it involves dragons too. Dragons are one of my favorite creatures. I highly recommend it to others. I look forward to reading more of Amy’s books.

Author Bio

Amy Lynn Spitzley lives, writes, daydreams, and walks by the shores of a Great Lake in Traverse City, Michigan. She has two goofy children and one British husband. She finds writing for teens is where it’s at because they tend to be informal, character-driven, and casual. (Plus the dialogue is really fun!)
When not writing she can be found creating collages or making faces at formality until it gives up and hides under the kitchen table.

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2 Comments

Posted by on 05/20/2014 in Reviews

 

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2 responses to “Viola Doyle Or An Unconventional Gift by Amy Lynn Spitzley Review

  1. Alex J. Cavanaugh

    05/20/2014 at 4:08 pm

    Cool looking dragon.

     
    • sjledge2

      05/20/2014 at 4:33 pm

      It is. The dragon in the book was cool.

       

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