The Thrilling Life of Pauline Lammermoor (17)

The Thrilling Life of Pauline Lammermoor
Edeet Ravel

This is a book for teens and adults would love to be the kind of conscientious teenager like Pauline who decided to write a book during her summer holidays. What a wonderful idea for a book!

Pauline is fourteen years old. She is not like every teen her age. Imagine if your teenager decided to write a book during her summer holidays!  Like wow!!!!  I would buy her the best laptop known to man!

Pauline has a lot to say. Some of the stuff is crazy and insane. You see, she is part of a strange family which includes a father who paints shoes and a mother who lives in a crooked house!

She loves writing about her life. It would seem that it helps her to cope with her life better. Sometimes the act of living her life though is really hard indeed. But writing about it is cathartic.

This is a unique novel in that it is written as a story with tidbits on how to write your vest novel just in case another teen reader may want to try her hand at writing her own life story.

In this book, Edeet is at her best. She writes in a poetic manner. The story has hilarious components which will make the reader laugh out loud. Edeet is a masterful award-winning writer. I recommend this book to all teens, tweens, and adults who would love to read a great story!

Rating: 5 Stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth



About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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