From Frights to Flaws….A magical book for Tweens

Age group: middle school

Twelve-year-old Alyssa McCarthy can no longer stand the toughness of her uncle and wants a better life. But one day she discovers not only the existence of magic, but also a villain hunting her down. The villain uses magic and magical technology to kidnap Alyssa to the Fiji Islands. As much as she wants to go home, she has to face some dangerous challenges first. Not only that, the villain himself must also be defeated. Can Alyssa succeed, even with the help of her mentors?

REVIEW:From Frights to Flaws: A Magical Book for Tweens

Review: From Frights to Flaws: A Magical Book for Tweens
From frights to flaws is a great book for the tween in your life. I read this awesome tale with my 9 and 12 year olds. They really enjoyed it, especially my 9 year old. She really enjoys magical and mystical stories. This one left her wanting more!
The author wrote From Frights to Flaws well for the age group. I believe that young teens would even enjoy the story. Younger children wouldn’t understand the story line very well but you could try. It’s amazing the author is barely past this age group! She is only in college!
Right from the beginning you feel for poor Alyssia, her parents died in a car accident. She is living a life similar to Cinderella. There are a lot of details that kids can relate too. She wears skinny jeans and likes Panera bread!
I loved the end, don’t worry I am not going to say! Hopefully book 2 comes out soon! I suggest you read this with your children!

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Sunayna Prasad has been writing stories for over thirteen years, starting at the age of six. Now nineteen, she will start her junior year of college this fall, and will study accessory design as well as continue to write for children. Aside from that, Sunayna also likes to cook, watch movies, and draw. She lives on Long Island, New York, with her family.

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