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  • A unique premise

    Chloe Rose and the Enchanted Maze is middle-grade fantasy novel geared more towards girls, but both genders can read and enjoy this story. The story follows Chloe, a young girl who lives with her parents in the town of Wilmoton. But when her dad passes away during a war and her mom remarries the King, Chloe is thrust into a life she doesn't want. Add in a mean stepsister, and Chloe goes from happy to miserable and forlorn. After leaving to live with her grandmother, she learns about an enchanted maze that will grant her whatever her heart desires. Intrigued, Chloe and her friend Thyra head to the maze for an adventure they won't forget. I have to admit, I did struggle a bit with this book. I didn't really connect with any of the characters, nor did I particularly care about any of them. While I did feel bad for Chloe, she didn't really resonate with me in any way. I suppose the character I came closest to caring about was Edith. I was glad she was able to get a bit of closure and a somewhat happy ending. I did notice there were a lot of grammatical errors. Sometimes punctuation was missing. And the wording and dialogue was a bit strange at times. That made it hard for me to get through. There was quite a bit of telling rather than showing going on. While the story itself is unique and has an interesting premise, it fell a bit flat for me. I would have liked more likable characters, more fleshed out world-building, etc. I know I'm not the target audience for a book like this, but I do believe young readers might struggle a bit with this book. 3 stars from me.

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  • Cute story

    This was a very cute story about two characters on a path to finding closure. One about the death of a parent. The other about finding their parents. The writing could have been a little bit better, but overall a very lovely story with lovely pictures. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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