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Warcross Book Review
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Al Capone Does My Shirts Book Review
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When You Reach Me Book Review/ Reflection
Book was published on: 2009 Number of Pages: 226 Genre: Science-Fiction Book Review: When You Reach Me was an interesting book to read as it talks about time travel. The main story is about the letters that the main character, Miranda, keeps (More)
The Hate U Give Book Review
  Realistic Fiction - 453 pages - Published 2017 Angie Thomas hits it out of the park with The Hate U Give! This black lives matter novel is written in the first person narrative giving 16-year-old Starr Carter a voice that is not only (More)
The Nest Book Review
Horror - 244 pages - Published 2015 The Nest by Kenneth Oppel is a somewhat strange novel focusing on a middle-grade boy named Steven who has anxiety issues. His family is struggling with the stress of a sick baby who has a heart condition among o (More)
Before We Were Yours Book Review
Historical Fiction - 342 pages - Published 2017  I absolutely loved this historical fiction novel! Lisa Wingate weaves the past and the present to create an intriguing story that explains the connection between two elderly women who have begun to (More)
Book Review: Scythe
  Scythe by Neal Shusterman is a dystopian novel that follows two teenagers named Citra and Rowan as they train to become Scythes. The World that they live (More)
Book Review: Tash Hearts Tolstoy
In Tash Hearts Tolstoy, a realistic fiction novel by Kathryn Ormsbee, a high-school girl named Tash works on a web series called Unhappy Families with her best frien (More)
Book Review: Red Queen
Red Queen is dystopian/fantasy novel written by Victoria Aveyard. It follows Mare Barrow, a young woman who pickpockets for a living and is from the lower class area (More)
Scar Island By Dan Gemeinhart
Scar Island is an engrossing story of a boy named Jonathan Grisby who is sent to  Slabhenge Reformatory School for Troubled Boys. Slabhenge is an ancient building in the middle of the ocean on its own island, and the only way in or out is by boat. Jo (More)
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