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5.0 out of 5 stars WINNER OF 'BOOKS and AUTHORS' 2010 TEEN SY-FY FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR!!!September 25, 2010
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Patricia Bess (Tennessee, USA) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Don't Come Here, Julie (Paperback)
Pre-teens and teens alike will enjoy this well crafted tale of Sy-Fy intrigue. It exemplifies the love and bond between parent and child and offers a realistic look at the consequences of disobedience. Great teaching tool for lessons of life. The story is easy to follow and highly entertaining. I thoroughly enjoyed it. P. Joy Webster has done a wonderful job of putting this story together. It is a clean, touching and oh-so-sweet fun story. A MUST READ for the entire family! Well done, P.Joy Webster and CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR WIN! It was well deserved. 

Patricia Gayle (Bess) 
Author of Blow Dart: The Abduction 
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4.0 out of 5 stars An Intriguing Tale Of Action and AdventureAugust 28, 2010
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Apex Reviews (Durham, NC USA) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Don't Come Here, Julie (Paperback)
After a long, trying year at boarding school, young Julie can't wait to get away and visit her mom, whom she misses dearly; unfortunately, her mom has recently been named as Earth's Ambassador to the planet of Norandia, and she informs Julie that it isn't the best time for a visit. Ignoring her mom's warnings to stay away, Julie embarks on a journey to Norandia anyway - but she soon realizes that her impetuousness may have gotten her in way over her head... 

Brief yet compelling, Don't Come Here, Julie! is an enjoyable read. Skillfully combining various elements of fantasy and science fiction, author P. Joy Webster has penned an intriguing tale of action and adventure sure to hold the interest of readers young and old alike. In Julie, Webster has crafted a true-life protagonist to which the young adult crowd will surely relate - particularly as a presumptuous, self-assured know-it-all - and the general storyline of her tale expounds on such invaluable life lessons as obedience, respect, and learning to embrace rules that, while far from pleasant, are nonetheless designed to protect us - particularly from ourselves. 

Deftly edifying, Don't Come Here, Julie! is a poignant cautionary tale with strong adolescent appeal. An entertaining read. 


Rhonda Carver 
Apex Reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars Providing first rate entertainment and educationAugust 17, 2010
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This review is from: Don't Come Here, Julie (Paperback)
"Don't Come Here, Julie!" is a high interest science fiction/fantasy chapter book that is designed to appeal to reluctant readers or English as a second language readers of middle school ages. Fast moving chapters and story lines with adolescent appeal keep the pages of "Don't Come Here, Julie!" turning. Julie is a teenager whose mom is an ambassador to another planet, Norandia. When warned by her mother that "Now is not a good time to visit!" Julie decides to go anyway, and discovers that her mom has been kidnapped! Adventures and challenges ensue, and Julie learns to straddle bi-planetary cultures, endless intrigues, and even works to avert galactic misunderstandings and conflict. "Don't Come Here, Julie!" opens a doorway to understanding and communication for teens and preteens, while providing first rate entertainment and education. 
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