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Homeward Bound Paperback – July 17, 2012
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About the Author
Ms. Jenelle makes her home in the beautiful state of Texas. She shares her home with her little four legged comfort companion, Emma, a very hyper little 6 year old tailless rat terrier. Ms. Jenelle's hobbies are drawing, painting, writing, poetry, calligraphy, glass and metal engraving, glass etching and painting, wood burning, origami, three dimensional folded paper forms and pop-up art creations. She creates her designs both in the 'real world' and on her computer, using a mouse. A victim of bi-polar/schizo-effective disorder, ADHD, and severe agoraphobia, Ms. Jenelle shares her stories and artwork as a way of showing the world that those who suffer mental, emotional or physical handicaps or disabilities can still have something of worth to offer the world at large. Her message to the world is that they should remember that even a misshapen seed can still produce a beautiful bloom.
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This book has a good flow. The characters are very believable, and I enjoyed the twists that she put in to make the "aliens on earth" scenario all her own. The end was very refreshing. I read it over the course of two days with my children to maximize our enjoyment, though they would have been very happy to have me read it all in one go.
I look forward to watching her career and her writing grow, and will be happy to support her wherever she releases her works through.
The writer really makes you feel attached to the main character Sharon.
The story line is good and easy to follow and unusual, it was not what I expected.
I was gripped throughout though always wanting to know what happens next.
I was left wondering why the writer chose Sharon's 16th birthday and not any other but it does not ruin the story line.
"Homeward Bound" is well worth and read and I'd definitely recommend it.