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by Gordon Korman

This book was great! We follow Chase Ambrose who loses all his memory when he falls of his roof. The book shows many different point of views and how one person can ruin someone's day. We see the trauma Chase (the bully) has left his victims. But when Chase finds out all the things he's done he immediately changes himself.

Skyclans Destiny
by Erin Hunter

In this super edition we get to see a story arch from the leader of the lost clan, Skyclan. We follow Leafstar Skyclan leader make decisions for Skyclan and always being unsure and uncomfortable because she does not know if she is making the right decisions, because she can't ask the other clans. Leafstar begins to question the fate of her clan and she wonders if they will be able to survive being on their own. In the end Leafstar gains confidence and states that Skyclan is here to stay.

Bravelands Broken Pride
by Erin Hunter

A great beginning to a new series by Erin Hunter with relatable characters and enjoyable point of views. This book is great for kids or young adults. Our main character is Fearless, a lion raised by Baboons who tries to avenge his father's death from the ruthless Titan.

by Gordon Korman

I read this book for a school reading assignment and it shows how easily people can change.

Bravelands Code Of Honor
by Erin Hunter

This book kept me up all night. We follow our three main characters Fearless the lion, Thorn the baboon, and Sky the elephant. Fearless is trying to take his pride back from the tyrant, Titan. Thorn is trying to become a highleaf so he can be with his love Berry. Sky is confused because she can read the bones of elephants like all elephants but she can also see the bones of other animals as well. We follow these characters as they try to survive when all the animals code of bravelands has been been broken. The code is; only kill to survive. So with Bravelands in a time of peril we follow our three heroes to try and bring back the peace.

Warriors River Of Fire Book
by Erin Hunter

The 5th book of a Visons of Shadows left you waiting for the final book of the Visions of Shadows series. With Rowanstar dying it leaves Shadowclan hopeless of becoming a clan again and for all the former Shadowclan members stuck with Skyclan. But in the last chapter of the book we see the intensity of the book series. We see Tigerheart and Dovewing return from where ever they were from, when they ran away from the clans. But with Tigerheart dead and dovewings kits, Puddleshine the former Shadowclan medicine cat rushed Tigerheart to the moon pool where he gets nine lives becomes Tigerstar and becomes the new leader of Shadowclan. Now in the 6th book we must wait to see the tensions arise agains Shadowclan and Skyclan since Shadowclan gave Skyclan all of their territory. Also many cats are on the fence about Tigerstar becoming leader after what happed with Tigerstars grandfather Tigerstar who was evil. Now the clans are skeptical if Tigerstar is going to be like his grandfather

Warrior Cats Darkest Night
by Erin Hunter

The book brings back memory lane from the dawn of the clans book series. We finally get to see the four clans; Thunderclan, Shadowclan, Windclan and Riverclan reunite with the forgotten clan. When Skyclan joins the other clans it brings in many tensions among the clans, and with Skyclan joining the clans Shadowclan gives up territory and joins Skyclan. Now our main character Alderheart is anxious and upset with Starclan (Heaven) for not being more clear on the prophecy. Because with Shadowclan joining Skyclan how can there be 5 clans like the prophecy stated? The books by Erin Hunter are always so interesting and they make you feel connected with the characters as always. The books make you feel bad for the characters sometimes to, Like when Twigpaw had to leave her Sister and Father because she wasn't happen in the Skyclan camp and missed Thunderclan. The books amazing as always and always make you feel in tune with the characters.

by Matthew Dunn

The book "Slingshot" by Matthew Dunn was a very good read for me over the summer. The plot was well put together, and the ending was one of the best endings I've ever read. The book was filled with action and suspense, throwing you off your predicitions ever which moment. I definitely would recommend this book.

Purple Hibiscus
by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

This was a great book! It was written extremely well- I felt Kambili’s pain throughout the entire book. I’m pretty shy too, so I understood Kambili’s struggles with not being able to find the right words in certain situations, but anyone could empathize with her because of the way the author wrote the book and used imagery.

Eleanor And Park
by Rainbow rowell

Saddest book ever- but amazing, incredible, and beautiful

Down And Across
by Arvin Ahmadi

Kind of a John Green feeling but not as good. The ending was very disappointing.

Me And Earl And The Dying Girl
by Jesse Andrews

Plot was kind of boring but protagonist is very relatable.

The Little Paris Bookshop
by Nina George

I found most of this book a little confusing, but some of the non-confusing parts were very interesting and enjoyable to read. All of the book’s events were linked in some way, so it had a well-thought-out storyline, and when I was confused it caused me to really think about the book, which was great.

Eat, Pray, Love
by Elizabeth Gilbert

Although this book is a memoir, it seems more like realistic fiction because of all the entertaining stories Gilbert tells within it. In this book, she discusses her frustrating divorce and her struggles with loneliness and depression. These things lead her to take a 12-month trip around the world spending 4 months each in Italy, India, and Indonesia. Though Gilbert separates this lengthy memoir into 3 sections of 36 tales each, many sections reference previous or upcoming sections, which helps readers to stick with the book. You also never know what humorous adventure is right around the bend for Elizabeth, which also causes readers to keep turning the seemingly endless pages. Though this memoir is long, I never wanted it to end since it was written so well.

Looking For Alibrandi
by Melina Marchetta

I loved this book! There were so many hilarious moments, but there were also heartfelt, serious ones too. The characters were extremely realistic and relatable, and the storyline made this book nearly impossible to put down!
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