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Book Review: The Hunting of Eagle creek middle school BY Tara Ellis



Book Review: The Hunting of Eagle creek middle school BY Tara Ellis






Hey parents, if your child likes a good mystery here is a book for them, I just finished the book today and I love it. 

Perfect for ages 9 and up that is what Amazon says, the author also says she gets 8 years olds that love her books as well. 

I love that there are three friends in the story that have different personalities and you will definitely fall in love with the characters 
The author Tara did an amazing job with this story .

Mystery books are a great way to keep you entertained, and it helps you not be bored because it allows you to be part of the great mystery. 


I have some cousins that would love this book so I will differently tell them about the book. 

This  book should be on every child’s bookshelf, and it would be a great gift for every child in your life. 

Reading a good mystery book is a great way to spark imagination in your child’s life and take them on many adventures, and this is a great book. 

This is a perfect fit for any mystery lover in your life. 



I will definitely recommend this book to everyone who likes a cozy mystery with a fun-filled story. 

I am so glad the author allowed me to review her book I loved it. 


I RECEIVED A COMPLIMENTARY COPY OF THE BOOKS FOR THE BOOK REVIEWS ON THIS BLOG BUT WAS NOT REQUIRED TO LEAVE A REVIEW. 

Enjoy Reading Angelika 





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