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    Taylor Swift isn’t content just making headlines for selling millions of albums, scooping up countless awards, or being friends with feminists like Karlie Kloss, Lena Dunham, an...
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    51s8hdpca6l._sl160_I read this book after watching the movie, so I had a fair idea of what it was about. It turned out that the movie was different than the book, and I think I liked the book more. It is set hundreds of years after humans, in a completely different world where everyone is equal in race, culture, religion, etc. I think I would recommend this book to younger readers, fourth to fifth grade, before they read the Hunger Games.
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    borntoswim's movie review was featured in Jurassic World.
    Upknwa3bhdplszuvflphdfvbuwuThis movie was amazing. No wonder it's killing it in the box offices, if you haven't seen it I would advise you to watch it because it's going to be a classic. Everyone used to think Jurassic Park was good, but I watched it after I watched this one, and I couldn't even finish it because it was so awful. In this one, the animation is so life like and realistic, it convinces you that dinosaurs actually can come back. The acting was great; Chris Pratt is always a crowd-pleaser and Nick Robinson plays a great ignorant older brother. If you recognize the little kid in it, one of the stars, Ty Simpkins, he was in Iron Man 3 alongside Robert Downey Jr., and he was terrific in both. The plot was also really cool. I went with a group of friends and after the movie everyone agreed that they would LOVE to go to Jurassic World. The whole theme park was amazing (if only it was real). There were plenty of plot twists and it got a little scary at some parts (many people in my theater screamed occasionally). The ending also set it up for a second one, which I'm extremely excited for. Overall, a great edge-of-your seat thriller for the whole family!
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    Upknwa3bhdplszuvflphdfvbuwuThis movie was amazing. No wonder it's killing it in the box offices, if you haven't seen it I would advise you to watch it because it's going to be a classic. Everyone used to think Jurassic Park was good, but I watched it after I watched this one, and I couldn't even finish it because it was so awful. In this one, the animation is so life like and realistic, it convinces you that dinosaurs actually can come back. The acting was great; Chris Pratt is always a crowd-pleaser and Nick Robinson plays a great ignorant older brother. If you recognize the little kid in it, one of the stars, Ty Simpkins, he was in Iron Man 3 alongside Robert Downey Jr., and he was terrific in both. The plot was also really cool. I went with a group of friends and after the movie everyone agreed that they would LOVE to go to Jurassic World. The whole theme park was amazing (if only it was real). There were plenty of plot twists and it got a little scary at some parts (many people in my theater screamed occasionally). The ending also set it up for a second one, which I'm extremely excited for. Overall, a great edge-of-your seat thriller for the whole family!
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  • maddyrocks13
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    51jhy066qfl._sl160_The book Stonebird, Mike Revell's debut novel, is one of the most unique and refreshing books I've read for a long time. Something I liked a lot about this book was how it combined supernatural elements (spoiler - yes, the gargoyle is alive!) with the real world. I also loved how the plot was original and, unlike a lot of books these days, didn't feel like something I'd read before. I also really liked the writing style of this book. It's very funny - our narrator is an 11-year-old boy wise beyond his years - and also very pretty. I also liked how this book had an ending that wasn't all happy, but was happy enough and still realistic. The age recommendation on the back said for ages 10 - 12, but I think if you're a bit older, like me, you can enjoy this book as well!
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  • maddyrocks13
    maddyrocks13's book review was featured in Stonebird.
    51jhy066qfl._sl160_The book Stonebird, Mike Revell's debut novel, is one of the most unique and refreshing books I've read for a long time. Something I liked a lot about this book was how it combined supernatural elements (spoiler - yes, the gargoyle is alive!) with the real world. I also loved how the plot was original and, unlike a lot of books these days, didn't feel like something I'd read before. I also really liked the writing style of this book. It's very funny - our narrator is an 11-year-old boy wise beyond his years - and also very pretty. I also liked how this book had an ending that wasn't all happy, but was happy enough and still realistic. The age recommendation on the back said for ages 10 - 12, but I think if you're a bit older, like me, you can enjoy this book as well!
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    51jhy066qfl._sl160_The book Stonebird, Mike Revell's debut novel, is one of the most unique and refreshing books I've read for a long time. Something I liked a lot about this book was how it combined supernatural elements (spoiler - yes, the gargoyle is alive!) with the real world. I also loved how the plot was original and, unlike a lot of books these days, didn't feel like something I'd read before. I also really liked the writing style of this book. It's very funny - our narrator is an 11-year-old boy wise beyond his years - and also very pretty. I also liked how this book had an ending that wasn't all happy, but was happy enough and still realistic. The age recommendation on the back said for ages 10 - 12, but I think if you're a bit older, like me, you can enjoy this book as well!
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