Friday, May 24, 2013

The Julius Romeros Extravaganza Part 1 The Bearded Girl by Hayley Lawson-Smith (REVIEW)

The Julius Romeros Extravaganza
Part 1 The Bearded Girl

Author: Hayley Lawson-Smith
Category: Fiction
Suitable for: Pre-Teens and up
My Rating: 5 Stars
Format Read for Review: Kindle
Pages: 422

Description: This is a whimsical tale of a precious little girl born with a beard. The story covers interesting periods of her life from her birth through her childhood and into adulthood. This book gives you a fresh perspective of “side show freaks” and a new definition for the word family.

In short: This is a humorous story filled with a unique cast of bizarre characters. I especially loved the animals in this book and I thought the chimpanzee Maestro was really funny. If you are looking for a very different story and a feel-good book look no farther!

Pros: Even though this book has a sad theme of a girl with a beard who is rejected by almost everyone it is written in such a beautiful way that doesn’t sadden you but instead gives you hope and joy. This book is also very humorous and has a lot of creative details. The characters in this book are truly imaginative! I have never read about a more eccentric group of people.

I was sent a free copy of this book by the author for an honest review.

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