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Book Review: Twin Reflections by Elizabeth R. Joseph


Synopsis:
The maze of mirrors has been accumulating energy for ages. When Vera and Mark unwittingly find themselves trapped in the maze, its passages prove to be the least of their problems. Its magic can be a great tool or weapon, as Queen Missena is learning, and they are at its mercy. As they travel through, the illusions created by the maze takes them to places unexpected and dangers unforeseen.


But Vera has magic of her own. Will her magic help her and Mark escape the maze? Or will they be trapped inside forever?



My Review:
I was asked to review this book by the 14-year-old author....Yes, she is 14 and already an author! I said no because my schedule is ridiculously busy and has been for a while. However, she was persistent so I gave in. The book is not that long so it made for a fast read. I was impressed by Elizabeth's writing skills. The best part of the book for me were the well-developed characters. The characters drove the story for me because I was a little lost with the plot. I thought overall the book was good, but I had to read it couple times to understand what happened during the arch of the book.
It was a good read and I think a lot of people will enjoy it and be impressed by the writing skills of this 14-year-old.

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About the Author:
Elizabeth Joseph is a 14-year-old 9th-grade student at a Kansas City, US high school. She has written several short stories, poems, and plays during her elementary and middle school years. She started writing Twin Reflections in the 5th grade and completed it 3 years later in 2015. She hopes that her example of publishing at such a young age will inspire new and upcoming authors.

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