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Stormi's Review: The Mirror In My Dorm Room (A Time Travel Story) by Lashonda Beauregard


APC PUBLISHER: Lashonda Beauregard RELEASED: October 1, 2016 GENRE: short story, time travel LENGTH: 44 pages FORMAT: ebook

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Set in the fictional town of Summersville, Louisiana, Justina Oceans is just a regular college student about to start her second year of college at the University of Summersville in Louisiana. Justina's ordinary college life takes a turn one night after she walks through an old mirror in her dorm room and goes back in time to 1932.

While Justina is back in 1932 everyone believes that she's Laurice Haywoods, a famous star of the 1920's and 30's who's boyfriend is Braston Brawns, a talented musician who's career is taking off as well.

During Justina's time travels she learns why the past keeps pulling her back into Laurice Haywoods' world back in 1932. TWO BOUNDLESS STARS

Justina is just a normal college student when a strange mirror in her dorm room brings her to the past. Using her past self and knowledge, she helps save a woman from a worrying fate. I took this book because it was a short story and it was time travel. I love reading both so it was right up my alley. This book had a good story to tell, but the writing itself lacked. The problems in Grammar, punctuation, and repetitiveness all really hurt this story. It seemed like most of the story was just repeating phrases so as to fill space. It probably would have been half the length if all the extra things were taken out. Honestly, the story of time travel was a good tale, I just wished the story was written better.


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