Secrets Behind Violet Eyes

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
When Carson agreed to take on the trio’s third summer mystery, he had no idea what dangerous adventures it would bring. Upon the trio’s arrival, they meet a thirteen year- old girl named Alina, who calls herself the guardian of Labora. Upon their entrance into a tree city, a number of inhabitants become ill. Their quest to save Alina and her people, presents them with only two option, do or die. More

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About Dawn Marie Clifton

Dawn Marie Clifton is a passionate writer, seeking to affect and entertain readers through descriptive writing. She spurs the imagination and transports the readers mind by cultivating a real world through sensory detail. Creating characters with unique traits and personalities, her valued readers can emotionally connect with the contemporary style portrayed. Dawn is bold with the art of creating and resolving conflict. She goes beyond simply painting a picture with words; the written painting comes alive, and readers are able to experience it.

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Review by: Cetaylor on May 18, 2016 :
Secrets Behind Violet eyes by Dawn Clifton is a great mystery with lots of adventure that immediately pulls you into another world with three young teens, Carson, Emma and Levi. This fiction is seasoned with humor and interesting characters making a fun and exciting journey as you embark on the path to solve the mystery and complete the mission of saving the lives of their new friend and her people. Even though this is the third book in the trilogy the plot stands alone. Once you read one book you will have to read them all! I like the fact that as these three heros travel together they learn valuable life lessons and that the decisions they make not only affect them but everyone involved in their lives. These books by Dawn are great for preteens, young teens and adults who like fun and adventure! A five star book!
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
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