Author: M.P. Kozlowsky

Book Review: The Dyerville ..

Book Review: The Dyerville Tales

Vince has almost given up hope of ever finding his lost father, when he hears word of his grandfather’s death. The Dyerville Tales is the story of Vince, the boy and of his grandfather’s own stories, which he shared with an orderly at the home and who wrote them down. The stories are fantastical and Vince loves them, but wishes he knew the truth behind where his family really came from. There’s a sort of hope to the stories and as a reader, I wished hard they would seep more into Vince’s world. I love Vince’s character, a somewhat jaded […]

Posted May 10, 2014
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Book Review: Juniper Berry

Book Review: Juniper Berry

I had been eying this book since I had heard about it. The cover struck me first and then I just had to read it because it was a modern fairy tale, and I absolutely love fairy tales. It definitely looks a little frightening on the cover and was looking forward to an interesting read.   It's funny how something strikes you in a conversation. I remember a discussion about how authors write parents in MG and YA literature and how there's always an excuse to get them out of the way, whether they travel a lot, the child is […]

Posted September 2, 2011
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