The Faceless Princess

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Princess Camryn is a kind, humble girl who is taught to believe she is a horrendous creature. AGES(7+) More
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About Acton Cooper

Emmie Acton Cooper is a writer, an entrepreneur and a Community Health Worker who enjoys the challenges creativity offers when writing a story. Ancient mythology has always being a source of wonder for her as well as paranormal and Gothic themes. Hellenic, Greek culture and The Romantic Age inspire her. These elements are the wheel and source of her fascination with writing, and the ones sparking her research to deepen her knowledge and understanding of the vast and unique collection of literary works of these times.

She is the author of The Shoemaker’s Raincoat (YA Mystery), An Enchanted Seahorse (YA Fantasy) and The Case of the Missing Cupcakes (YA Mystery) The Faceless Princess and Aonghus. She has begun a YA series of mystery novelettes and YA Paranormal- Romance novel. A romance- suspense novel is her current work in progress. She writes under her noms de plume Acton Cooper and Emmie Acton Cooper.

Her professional career includes years in the private and public sector. She is an eclectic reader of paranormal-romance, mystery, thrillers and a lover of music and dancing. She maintains a blog about her journey as a writer as well as about the craft and profession of writing and a Facebook page to network with readers and friends


Review by: Leftey Romeo on April 28, 2012 :
yes, it could use a little "polishing" but If you focus on the message of the story you can learn valuable lessons about inner beauty. it made me think about how often we are quick to see things just on the surface level. keep up the good work acton cooper! practice makes...
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Review by: Donna Karr on April 21, 2012 : (no rating)
I agree with the review done by Dorthy Darrow. The beautiful cover is what drew me to the book. The story itself was " flat" & lacked dimension for me as well. Perhaps this was written for a younger reader in mind ( 10 to 11 year old).
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Review by: Ciara Garner on April 13, 2012 :
Acton Cooper beautifully portrayed the struggles of a kind but ugly princess. She brilliantly describes the setting and villains. Although it has a very few typos, the story of inner beauty is captivating.
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Review by: Dorothy Darrow on April 12, 2012 :
This is a nice tale about beauty being in the eye of the beholder, but it is a written in flat, one-dimensional prose and lacks the layers that would make the lesson--and the story--shine. I suspect this is a first draft of the story. I don't know how else to explain the vast array of typos, such as the main character's name being mispelled, and the jumbled narration. Beautiful cover, though.
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