Reviewed by Yoo-Jin
A frustrated math teacher stumbles on an idea to engage his students: build the world's biggest tetrahedron. After initial resistance, several students show up to the first meeting. Those that stick around forge unlikely friendships that change not only their thoughts about themselves but the community's thoughts about the run-down school they attend.
Reviewed by Mosalewa
Hannah is a highschool student who went through a tough life of bullying and prepreasure. She had a horrible life to the point where she killed herslef. She made 13 tapes that is her saying what that person did to her, for her to kill herself. My favorite part of the book is when Clay went into the diner and was imagining what she did and when Clay and Hannah were working together.
I enjoyed the book because you wanna know what goes on next. You never know who the next person will be. Also sometimes I wanted to punch Hannah, but other then that its a great book. If your a girl and love romance, also suspicon then you will enjoy this book.
Reviewed by Faith
I really really enjoyed this book! It has lots of action and adventure. There's a lot of suspense too! It's about a girl and a boy who both have terrible secrets. They both end up going to Academy 7. It is the best school in the universe. When they get there, a very unlikely friendship is formed, but the secrets they hide are too painful to talk about and could get them into deep deep trouble.
Reviewed by Brittany
This book was emotional for me, it's a novel of Korean in world war 2 and it reminds me things that i learned about world war 2. What i like so much about this book is that this one family with these two children who are brother and sister that tells how they are feeling when things happens and know how each other felt. Live was difficult because the Japanese is ruling Korea and all the Korean people had to change their name's to Japanese, and they weren't allowed to learn anything about Korean history while in school or anywhere. There weren't really enough food for there family, their uncle is a resistance and it wasn't safe for their family, Sunhee brother Taeyul volunteer to help build the airstrip, then he started to volunteer as a soldier so his family will have good food to eat. They do everything to keep their family safe. It's a Good book!! and i recommend it!
Reviewed by Olivia
I really enjoyed City of Bones! The scifi setting as well as the interesting characters and twists in the plot made the book thrilling. I loved the quirky minor characters who have the book depth and little stories within the bigger story. I definitely recommend it!
Reviewed by Sierra
Sleeping Beauty is very much awake in this retelling of the classic fairy tale. Princess Aurore, loved by her people for her work among them but disrespected in her court for not behaving royally, leaves all her loved ones behind for the slight chance that she could save them from her curse. Embarking on a quest with her newfound companion Ironheart, she searches for the heart of a magic forest, true love, and her happily ever after. This book was a lovely, if short read, and perfect for anyone who ever loved tales of "Once upon a time...."
Reviewed by Grace
"Amazing Grace" is about a fifteen-year-old pro tennis player who decides that she is done with her tennis life and wants to live as a normal teenage girl. In order to get away, she changes her hair, puts on new makeup, and creates a new name for herself. The new Grace moves in with her "aunt" for three glorious months of paradise - beautiful nature, love, and friendships - before the paparazzi finds her and she has to settle with her pro-athlete life again. This book is truly an amazing one that will keep you focused on Grace's story and dying to know more until the very last page!
Reviewed by Josh
This book is Lucian awesome! The helicopter and the mole (informer) are an absolutely great part. They incorporated good names, good tenseness, and lots of close calls. A great book, all in all.
Reviewed by juno
this book was very good, and the only reason it didnt get 5 stars is because it wasnt very realistic, for bieng realistic fiction. it was a very interesting book, though, and had lots of awesome little details. i really liked it!
Reviewed by Indy
I love this book! It's set in the future and the continents have destroyed each other out of greed. The main character, Stephen Quinn, is a rough and tumble guy who has lived with his grandfather and dad since his mom died. Now that his father has fallen into a coma and his grandfather has passed he doesn't know what to do. Out of the kindness of some people Stephen ends up in a little town. But being in the town is hard for someone like Stephen and it's hard for him to adapt. Then he meets Jenny who turns his semi- peaceful live into chaos and to all that are around him. The question is: Can he fix what he's done or is it every man for himself? You'll just have to read The Eleventh Plague. I loved it and you will too if you enjoy post apocalyptic books or books that involve action.