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01 June 2010

Book Review: Lynn Visible

Lynn VisibleLynn Visible by Julia DeVillers

Publication Date: 4 March 2010

I purchased this book.

Lynn Vincent knows all the latest trends and isn't afraid to flaunt her funky style. The problem is, in small-town Pennsylvania, being fashion forward makes Lynn socially backward. And the queen bees at her high school won't let her forget it, especially when her dream of making the IT panel for GlITter Girl‚”the coolest fashion magazine in teendom‚”is crushed. But when one of Lynn's unique creations makes it into the hands of a famous designer and onto the runway, it seems that Lynn might finally get her moment in the spotlight.

My Review
Once I started to read Lynn Visible, I couldn't put it down. Lynn's character was easy to relate to and I loved that she wasn't ashamed to express herself through fashion, even when it usually led to teasing by her fellow classmates. Her antics had me laughing aloud throughout the whole book.

Author Julia DeVillers had the right amount of tween/teen angst, comedy (and a love interest too!) to capture her audience and keep them turning pages. Even though this story is written for middle grade readers, DeVillers has written a story that will appeal to a much wider audience.

My Rating is 3.5 stars

Book description and picture curtesy of Goodreads.


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