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Teen Book Review — The Once and Future King


Title: The Once and Future King

Author: T.H. White

Stars (out of 5): 4

Review: Although it was a little confusing in the begining, the ending was a complete shock and unexpected. The deeper meaning in my opinion is staying loyal and not being jelous will get you what you deserve in life.

This review was written by a 10th grader.

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Teen Book Review — The Hunger Games


Title: The Hunger Games

Author: Suzanne Collins

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: this book is about penem which was once north america, in the distant future that is ruled by the capital. The capital holds the hunger games every year as a televised event as entertainment. They pick one boy and one girl from each district to fight until the death. This story is about a 16 year old girl named katniss who takes the spot of her younger sister prim who was called into the games and her fight for survival.

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Behind the Curtain


Title: Behind the Curtain

Author: Peter Abrahams

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: Ingrid was kidnapped one day, but she escaped. Her dad also lost her job and her assistant coach is all the same person whose name is Julia. So, when Ingrid escaped the kidnapping, she ran over to her school math fair, but it was already over and no one believed that she was kidnapped. When Ingrid came back to the kidnapping place no evidence was found there so no one believed her. It wasn’t until Ingrid cracked one case about steroids then it led to her kidnapping case when she found a Yankees hat up in a tree. Also, she found out that her kidnapper was Julia when Julia drove her home from a snowy soccer practice and Ingrid found duct tape in the back of Julia’s trunk. The trunk was were Ingrid was put into.

This review was written by an 8th grader.

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Teen Book Review — The City of Ember


Title: The City of Ember

Author: Jeanne DuPrau

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: The city of Ember is the “only” city in the world with light, but the cities lights are dying and that means the city will too. Supplies are running out and the lights flicker frequently. Lina and Doone are friends who try to save the people of Ember. They go on many adventures and discover many secrets. One of them is that the mayor is stealing all the supplies for himself and he gives people some of the supplies to work for him. Lina and Doone tell the guards but they are wanted for telling “rumors” (the guards get free supplies from the mayor for not telling the secret). Lina and Doone escape the city of Ember with an instructions page that Lina found in her closet. They discover a city full of “lights” (which is acutally the sun but they don’t know that) and now they have to find a way to get the rest of the people of Ember out of the city before time runs out!

This review was written by an 8th grader.

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Teen Book Review — The Outsiders


Title: The Outsiders

Author: S.E. Hinton

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: Ponyboy is a greaser. Greasers are kids with greasy hair and who are not rich at all. They get picked on by the rich kids, the Socs. It wasn’t until one of the Socs almost killed Ponyboy and his friend Johnny kills a Soc for trying to drown Ponyboy. Ever since Johnny killed the Soc, they have been hiding in a church. One day their friend comes to find them, but the church sets on fire and there are little kids in the church. Johnny and Ponyboy save the kids, but unfortunately, Johnny gets burnt really badly, and sadly, he dies.

This review was written by an 8th grader.

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Teen Book Review — The Body Finder


Title: The Body Finder

Author: Kimberly Derting

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: This book was awesome all the characters even the less important ones were really described well and the author had you on the edge of your seat when she had a chapters that were the perspective of the killer.

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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Teen Book Review — The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian


Title: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian

Author: Sherman Alexie

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: This book is hilarious and well-written.

This review was written by a 10th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Twisted


Title: Twisted

Author: Sara Shepard

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: This book is the latest of the Pretty Little Liars series. It keeps you on the edge of your seat with mysterious flashbacks throughout the book that lead up to a big secret the four girls have kept. This secret put a wedge between them all for a year. Without having each other by their side to deal with A, the secret stalker who knows all their secrets, and to cope with problems in their own lives more issues arise. I think anyone who loves a good mystery and thrilling series would like this book and the rest of the Pretty Little Liars series.

This review was written by an 8th grader.

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Teen Book Review — The Secrets of Peaches


Title: The Secrets of Peaches

Author: Jodi Lynn Anderson

Stars (out of 5): 2

Review: This book was really boring and didn’t really have a story plot. It was like someone just randomly put short stories together. It didn’t always make sense. Sometimes they would say something and then they would go to some other person and i got confused. Huh?

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Tempted


Title: Tempted

Author: P.C. and Kristin Cast

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: This book was awesome. I’ve been reading the whole series and i am addicted. I love all of their books. They really now how to keep someone at the edge of their seat. These books are amazing. I request this book to people who love vampires and magical powers!! I LOVE IT!!!

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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