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Teen Book Review — A Lesson before Dying

Title: A Lesson before Dying

Author: Ernest Gaines

Stars (out of 5): 3

Review: This book explains the predjudice in the 1940′s and the affect it had on black citizens. It also shows the daily life of a black citizen; how they are treated by others, the specific facilities they must use, the jobs they had, and the learning conditions for children.

This review was written by a 10th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Marked


Title: Marked

Author: P.C. and Kristin Cast

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: THIS BOOK IS AMAZING!!!! I’VE NOW READ ALL THE BOOKS IN THE SEREIS. THESE AUTHORS ARE MY FAVORITE. THEY DEFINITELY KNOW HOW TO WRITE GOOD VAMPIRE STORIES.

This review was written by a 9th grader.

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Teen Book Review — New Moon


Title: New Moon

Author: Stephanie Meyer

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: After Edward leaves Bella, she becomes depressed and turns to Jacob for help. She later finds out he is a werewolf. Alice then sees a vision of Bella jumping off a cliff and Edward thinks she is dead so he goes to Italy so the Volturi can kill him.

This review was written by an 8th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Eclipse


Title: Eclipse

Author: Stephanie Meyer

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: There are murders going on in Seattle, and the Cullens know it is a vampire’s work. Then the “murderer” goes to Bella’s room and takes some of her things. He is creating newborn vampires to kill Bella to avenge Victoria’s mate’s death. Riley, Victoria and the newborns all end up getting killed.

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Teen Book Review — Breaking Dawn


Title: Breaking Dawn

Author: Stephanie Meyer

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: Bella gives birth do Renesmee, almost dying in the process, and Edward bites her to turn her into a vampire and save her life. Then Jacob “imprints” on Renesmee. Alice finds out the Volturi know about Renesmee and think she is an immortal child, even though she isn’t. She later runs away with Jasper, but comes back during the fight with the Volturi, that the Cullens and their witnesses end up winning. They all lived happily ever after.

This review was written by an 8th grader.

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Teen Book Review — A Tale of Two Pretties


Title: A Tale of Two Pretties

Author: Lisi Harrison

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: As the last book in the clique series, I think it ended well. But it was sad to see it end, because me and and a lot of other girls have been reading about the pretty committee since the first book came out. When I reached the ending, I wanted to read more; it felt incomplete.

This review was written by an 11th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Your Inner Fish


Title: Your Inner Fish

Author: Neil Shubin

Stars (out of 5): 5

Review: It was a really good book; I love books that teach me new stuff, and this book especially taught me so much about evolution. It explains how we humans evolved from ancient creatures, and how ancient fish made the transition from the water to land. Overall this book doesn’t bore people like some kinds of educational books, it was readable.

This review was written by an 11th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Sister of my Heart


Title: Sister of my Heart

Author: Chita Banerjee Divakaruni

Stars (out of 5): 4

Review: The ending is worth waiting for, it is unexpected and adds a nice touch. the rest of the book expresses indian culture and the unbreakable bond between two girls.

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Teen Book Review — Homeless Bird


Title: Homeless Bird

Author: Gloria Whelan

Stars (out of 5): 4

Review: In this book ”homeless bird” by Gloria Whelan a 13 year old girl is forced to marry someone she does not know. Like many other girls in India. They are forced to have an arranged marrage and never to turn back home ever again. As she goes on with all of this she finds out something about the groom’s parents, Her husband was sick and he died. It was all a trick, How will Koly survive when she was left by herself in New Delhi?

This review was written by an 8th grader.

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Teen Book Review — Fangtastic!


Title: My Sister the Vampire: Fangtastic

Author: Sienna Mercer

Stars (out of 5): 4

Review: When Olivia moves to Oak Groove she meets Ivy and discovers that she is her twin sister, and that Ivy is a vampire! Ivy tells her sister Olivia about her vampire community, and that it should be kept a secret. But then suddenly a famous reporter Serena Star starts to discover strange things about Oak Groove. And realizes that more than a half of population of that small town are vampires. She even wants to reveal the true identity of Ivy Vega to the whole world! The two sisters are trying to stop her, but no one takes it seriously! What a dead luck!

This review was written by an 8th grader.

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