Jennie Flores and the Secret Dimensions

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Summary

This story is about a group kids, Jennie as the main leader. Her life was normal until she moved into a strange place called Crackleberry. Her school was HUGE. She was nervous if she would ever make friends. Then, one day, she discovered something crazy. The painting in the school basement was actually a secret portal to another dimension! Anyone who goes through there will be forgotten...but Jennie was able to see Emma, a strange classmate go through it. Jennie is determined to find out who she really is...and save the world at the same time.

Genre:
Other / Humor
Author:
Joanna L.
Status:
Complete
Chapters:
39
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
13+

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Prologue

Jennie looked at the big building in front of her.

She was shaking from head to toe, and her palms were sweating like crazy.

She tried to calm herself, but it didn’t help.

Who would she sit next to at lunch? Would her teacher’s be nice? Who would want to be her friend?

Yes, Jennie Flores, was, in fact, going to Middle School.

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Melissa: Spelling and punctuation are not too great. Story is pretty good if you read over the grammar issues. Do not have anyone to recommend it too.

Melinda Lee: It is a good story, but hard to read. There are no quotation marks when people speak. Several characters speak in some paragraphs and it all runs together.

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Brandie: Love it so far

Rataplan: Spelling and grammar are a bit dodgy at times, there's a few distracting continuity mistakes, and not all plot points are resolved: I say you need an editor. But the style is pleasant, the reading is comfortable, and I totally dig the sense of humor. I'm assuming the Fifty Shades references are m...

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