Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Summer Reading 2014: How to Fall

How to Fall



Reviewed By: Magali J.
By: Jane Casey
Rating: It was amazing!

I would recommend this to: Mystery lovers.

Summer Reading 2014: Paper Towns

Paper Towns



Reviewed By: Sara C.
By: John Green
Rating: It was amazing!

One of the best John Green books! Two childhood friends who grew apart come together one night to pull a prank to those who wronged them. Quentin, realizing his feelings for Margo is excited to talk to her again but after a few days of not seeing his neighbor, he knows something is up. Margo is missing, Quentin, eager to find her is searching everywhere for clues she left especially for him.


I would recommend this to: Mystery lovers.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Summer Reading 2014: Howl's Moving Castle

Howl's Moving Castle


Reviewed By: Amanda S.

By: Diana Wynne Jones
Rating: It was amazing!

Howl's Moving Castle is an absolutely amazing book! Sophie Hatter, the eldest of three, is magically cursed by a mysterious witch, and turns into an old woman. Follow Sophie in this amazing story as she enlists the help of a fire demon, a heartless wizard, and a turnip-headed scarecrow to reverse the terrible enchantment.

I would recommend this to: Everybody! Guys and girls of all ages, wether they're 9 or 19 or 90!




Summer Reading 2014: Legend

Legend

Reviewed By: Emily P.
By: Marie Lu
Rating: It was amazing!

June's brother has just been murdered and the most wanted teenage criminal in the republic is being held responsible. June goes undercover to capture the criminal only to discover there may be more to him than the Republic thinks. Will June go through with her plan to turn him in for the murder of her brother or will a change of plans take place? Great book! I wasn't sure I was going to like it when I first started reading it, but after a few pages, I was hooked! Great book with a interesting plot that will leave you wanting more!

I would recommend this to: Anyone who likes dystopian books.




Summer Reading 2014: Life Before Legend

Life Before Legend

Reviewed By: Emily P.
By: Marie Lu
Rating: Really liked it!

This short book was written to show June and Day's life before the first book in the series, Legend. It helps to explain how they became the way they are now and explained in more detail events that were hinted at in other books in the series. Be sure to read it AFTER you read Legend. Very informative and helped to answer some questions I had after reading Legend. Due to its short length, it is not a book you can really dive into. Quick 20 minute read, but also very helpful.

I would recommend this to: Anyone who has read the book Legend.



Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Summer Reading 2014: Altered

Altered


Reviewed By: Emily P.

By: Gennifer Albin
Rating: It was amazing!

Adelice, Jost and Eric have made it to Earth. Adelice's mark from her father is very important on Earth, helping her gain shelter and a protector. Secrets and pasts are revealed and twists and turns you never imagined occur. Must read! I actually enjoyed this book more than the first book, Crewler! Very intriguing and you won't want to put the book down.


I would recommend this to: Teen girls.



Summer Reading 2014: Poison Princess

Poison Princess


Reviewed By: Michelle C.
By: Kresley Cole
Rating: It was amazing!

Imagine if you are in a situation where you are running or fighting for your life. Would you kill or be killed? Evie is a normal sixteen year old year until she starts having hallucinations. Soon an apocalypse hits her hometown, changing her life. With evil out there, who can she trust? The person who saves her, Jack, or others that are just like her. Who is good and who is evil? Read and find out!


I would recommend this to: Teen girls.



Summer Reading 2014: Dear Cassie

Dear Cassie


Reviewed By: Avery W.
By: Lisa Burstein
Rating: Really liked it!

"You'd think getting sent to Turning Pines Wilderness Camp for a month-long rehabilitation 'retreat' and being forced to re-live it in this journal would be the worst thing that happened to me.

You'd be wrong."

Cassie Wick is arrested on prom night and decides that going to Turning Pines Wilderness Camp for a month is better than jail. You'll have to read the book to find out what happens next...

This was a really beautiful, bitter book, but the main character swore a lot. (There is actually a reason for that!) "Dear Cassie" felt real and the characters were very fascinating in their own odd ways. I liked the way it ended a lot (even though I can't say what happened.) A mind-expanding, complex book about change and letting the past go.


I would recommend this to: Teens. Girls might be "into" it more but I have a feeling most guys would like it too.



Summer Reading 2014: Trial by Fire

Trial by Fire


Reviewed By: Magali J.
By: Josephine Angelini
Rating: It was amazing!

After a humiliating accident at a party with her best friend and crush Lily Proctor wishes she could just disappear. Then, she suddenly finds herself in a different Salem,one that is filled with monsters and rules by witches. The strongest of them all is Lillian...the other Lily. Lily learns that the allergies that made her weak on her world make her strong in the other Salem.
Now she has to learn to live with huge responsibilities, unimaginable dangers, and an unexpected love.


I would recommend this to: People who like supernatural stories or like Josephine Angelini.



Thursday, July 3, 2014

Summer Reading 2014: Tilt

Tilt


Reviewed By: Sonia H.
By: Ellen Hopkins
Rating: Really liked it!

The whole book was written in poems and I have not often seen that in books. The book centered around three teenagers going through difficult times. This books shows what its like to go through parents divorces, teen pregnancy, peer pressure and the hardships of coming out to your family.

I would recommend this to: Teens.