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Percy Jackson The Titan’s Curse by Rick Rioradan

Percy Jackson The Titan’s Curse is an action packed book. In this book a boy named Percy Jackson goes on an adventure with his friends to save a goddess and his friend Annabeth and help the world from the Titan Lord. I would recommend this book to people who like action/adventure books. I liked this book because it kept me guessing and wondering what was going to happen next. I think you will like this book too!

Pages: 312

Rating: 4

reviewed by: Chelsea







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Series of Unfortunate Events; Book 1: The Bad Beginning by Lemony Snicket

The book I read “A Series of Unfortunate Events; Book One” was a very entertaining book that always kept you into the book. This book was about 3 children, Violet, Sunny and Klaus Baudelaire, whose parents die in a fire at their home. The three, now orphans, have nothing now and must go live with an awful man named Count Olaf. In a scam to try to get the children’s fortune he secretly tries to marry the oldest one to get all the money to himself. This book keeps you entertained all the way through and that’s what I liked about it, that it never got boring. The only thing I did not like about the book was that it really had no action in it. I would recommend this book to people who want a book that gets of to a fast start and like to be hooked in the book they read.

Pages: 163

Rating: 4

Reviewed by: Anthony





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Every Soul A Star by Wendy Mass

Every Soul A Star takes three stories of three different middle school kids and Wendy Mass, the author, somehow manages to make a poignant story out of what may have been a jumble. One girl is leaving her home and entering an entirely new world- civilization. The other girl is the opposite. Her parents are taking over the camp, and she’s leaving civilization. And one, procrastinating boy, learns that learning, education, and discovery can really be amazing. Not just boring. I loved this book and would recommend it to anybody.

Pages: 336

Rating: 5

Reviewed by: Tristan







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Heaven is For Real by Todd Burpo

This book was a story about a little three year old boy named Colton who makes it through an emergency appendectomy. When the scare is over and Colton is alright, he tells both his parents that when he was in the hospital he went to heaven, and then came back. At first his parents don’t believe what there little three year old boy is telling them. Once Colton goes into detail about his trip and tells his parents stuff that a three year old boy has never even hear of, they start to believe him. This book was a great read.

Pages: 162

Rating: 4

Reviewed by: Elizabeth





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Minerva Clark goes to the dogs by Karen Karbo

Minerva Clark is a girl that was almost electrocuted by her brother. She says it changes her in some ways. She is now a person who likes to solve mysteries, a junior detective if you may. The book mostly follows her in the case of a missing ring. The ring was extremely rare because of a red diamond replaced in the center (The diamond was not replaced the stone was replaced with the diamond. If you got me.) It’s an interesting book because of the cases and how the characters are so different. I would recommend this book if you like mysteries and like reading (because the book is fairly long). The only thing I do not like about this book is there is so many characters in some parts it gets hard to catch up.

Pages: 211

Rating: 4

Reviewed by: Audrianna





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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

“The Adventures of Tom Saywer” is about a boy named Tom Sawyer living in Missouri who gets into all kinds of mischief. He lives with his Aunt Polly and his half brother Sid. He runs away  with Huck Finn and Joe Harperr and things get a little hectic. The town thinks that the three boys died and they send out search parties.Tom and the gang planned to come to home at the funeral to shock the whole town. I liked this book because Tom was just like me and I was just like Tom. We like to laugh and play because on the inside were both still kids and not ready to handle the corporate struggle of the real, big world.

Pages: 256

Rating: 3

Reviewed by: Jason





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Heroes by Helix Comics

The graphic novel Heroes was a very entertaining book. If i were to describe the novel Heroes I would say that Heroes carries a lot of shocking surprises you really never expect whats gonna happen next. There are several characters and several different stories which are confusing in the beginning but it all makes since at the end of the story.

Pages:  233

Rating: 4

Reviewed by: Melissa





Posted in Graphic Novel.


Adventurers Wanted – Slathbog’s Gold by M.L. Forman

Fifteen-year-old Alex lives at the Happy Dragon tavern with his stepfather, Mr. Roberts, and his stepbrother, Todd. When Alex is walking along Sildon Lane, he notices a sign in the bookshop window that says “Adventurers Wanted”. Curious, Alex enters the shop and discovers that the bookshop is really a place where certain people can apply to go on adventures. Alex is accepted onto an adventure almost immediately. Alex and his companions- four men, two dwarves, and an elf- must travel to the lair of Slathbog, an evil dragon, and slay it. This book was very interesting, and it included humor, action, adventure and many fantasy creatures. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes fantasy, action, and adventure, or is just looking for a good read.

Pages:  382

Rating: 5

Reviewed by: Hannah





Posted in Fantasy.


The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks

The Wedding is about a man named Wilson who has been married to his wife, Jane for thirty years. After forgetting their 29th anniversary he believes that she has fallen out of love with him and that he must reinvent their love. Their oldest daughter, Anna, is getting married in one week and together Jane and Wilson help plan it. The wedding is on the same date as their anniversary, the one he was supposed to make up for last year. Over the week of planning Wilson and Jane become closer than they have in years and find that even though they may not show it they have always loved each other more than anything.

This book is great for young adults and teens. I always wanted to know what would happen between Wilson and Jane and if the wedding would all come together in such a short time. The ending is very surprising and I’ve always loved Nicholas Sparks’ books. 

Pages: 293

Rating: 4

Reviewed by: Marissa









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The Magic Thief by Sarah Prineas

The book was about this boy named Connwaer (Conn) who’s a thief and is very good at picking pockets.  Conn steals a wizard’s stone called locus magicalicus.  Nevery Flinglas, the wizard, is surprised that when Conn tried to steal the stone that it didn’t kill him and takes him on as his servant first and then later as an apprentice.  There is a magical decline in Wellmet where Nevery was exiled from years ago, but returns with Conn to help.  Conn attends school and learns spells.  Conn likes the school with the Magisters (other wizards), but he has to find his own locus magicalicus within a month in order to stay.

I enjoyed the story.  I liked how Conn learns magic spells like the embero spell and a gate opening spell.

Pages: 419

Rating: 4

Reviewed by: Ashley





Posted in Fantasy.