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Amethyst Eyes by Debbie Brown
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Feb 05, 2012

it was amazing

This is not a book that I “should” like considering who I am… But I liked it anyway. Somewhere along the line, I have almost lost my ability to read fiction. I am generally not interested in young people
or stories about young people. And I am no science fiction buff.

Without giving any of the surprises away, I really enjoyed this read and the story of this young man and the process he has to go through in losing his mom and adapting to a new life with a Dad he’s never
had before.

The writing style is comfortable, easy and direct. The
emotions of the characters are easy to track with and the
story and the details are imaginative. The characters are well
drawn and appealing, especially the main character in his
struggles adapting and going through changes in living
in literally a whole new world.

Most of all, I just enjoyed spending time in this book
which gave me a warm and comfortable feeling as it
carried me along. I had a sense of experiencing the
author’s personality coming through. In fact, it is very
obvious that this is a very personal story and work
and a labor of love poured full of caring energy.

Very satisfying.

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