Review by Book Lover7 -- Twinkle Twinkle Little Starr

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Review by Book Lover7 -- Twinkle Twinkle Little Starr

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[Following is a volunteer review of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Starr" by H M Irwing.]
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3 out of 4 stars
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Twinkle Twinkle Little Starr by H. M. Irwing.This book revolves around Lucy Little who's birth father is a great singer in Los Angeles. But Lucy brought up and living in Australia with her mother,father and two step sisters. Even though she has a singing talent she follows her passion and studies law.

Lucy leaves to America in search of her twin brother Blaise Starr who was kidnapped years ago when he was a child. Finally Lucy met her brother in an unexpected situation. After solving the problems between her father Knyte Starr and her brother Blaise. When Lucy returns to Australia with her twin brother Blaze she have to convince her boyfriend Jace Neil who is angry on Lucy. Finally when she convinces Jace and life returning to normal her life takes an unexpected turn and compelling her to sing. Will Lucy use her god gifted talent?

This book show the twin bonding between Lucy and Blaise very well. Jace character portrays the perfect boyfriend image. Through Lucy character author explains the problems facing by a teenage girl.

This book has a slow beginning. Even though it describes Lucy's character well it fails to describe Blaise character.

I didn't find any grammatical mistakes but there are some spelling mistakes. So this is not edited professionally. I rate it 3 out of 4. I reduced one star for its slow beginning. I prefer this book for readers who prefer family drama, young adult.

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