Monday, April 1, 2013

The Laura Line

The Laura Line
by Crystal Allen
Balzer + Bray (April 23, 2013)
review ARC provided by Cover to Cover

This book is about a girl named Laura Dyson who unfortunately, has to spend a few nights with her grandma, who likes nothing that Laura likes. Laura likes baseball, and her grandma never cared for it. But the worst part Laura can think of is that there’s a “slave” shack and a cemetry right on their property! But Laura realizes that she named it wrong. The “slave shack” is a historical monument holding “The Laura Line," which is 9 generations of women, all named Laura, which is bound to continue on. In the shack, there’s things that each Laura owned. To the family, each one is priceless. But when the latest Laura, Laura Dyson, makes the biggest mistake she has ever made, she promises that she’ll do everything she can to fix it.

I would definintly recommend this book for people who like historical fiction. But even if you’re not a big fan, I don’t prefer historical fiction and I loved this book. --Joh

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