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This was a good book. The story is imaginative
on December 28, 2016
This was a good book. The story is imaginative, the characters - though young - are not portrayed as helpless or weak, and it - amazingly - features East Liverpool, OH. Born and raised in ELO, this is the first non-fiction novel I've ever heard of to feature the old hometown. And, while it's not even close to its former glory when it was Pottery Capital of the World, the author was respectful of the town and its history. I respect that. All in all, I found it to be an interesting and engaging story. I would recommend this - especially to the tween/teen crowd.