About the Book by Jonathan Fore
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Author Jonathan Fore / Reviewed by Felita Daniels
First off, I have to give a nod to the letter this father wrote to his daughter, it was precious. He’s quoted in an interview to say:
“This story, and the ones that follow and make up the entire Lexicon Chase series was written for her, and that magical twinkle of wonder she holds in her eyes.”
This work is really well written and entertaining. The author also educates and gives resources about the issues of bullying at his website. In the introductory chapters, I can see the realism in how Lexi feels she should just keep a low profile and that asking an authority figure could just make things worse. Then the adventure begins when she finds herself in Everhope. This is a wonderful story about how a young girl feels about herself, her world and how people should be treated. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to others and look forward to more in the series.
About the Author
After graduating Manalapan High School in 1987, Jon enlisted in the United States Navy, serving a combat role during Desert Storm. His first professional short story, “Mid Watch” sold in 2004 to The PowWow Paper. This was to precede a number of short stories, thesis, and even poetry publishing credits over the next two years with periodicals such as The Storyteller, Events Quarterly, Crime and Suspense Magazine and Dystopia Magazine. In 2006, his short story, “Undone”, was nominated for a PushCart Prize by Storyteller Magazine.