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    Hello, everyone! Now that it's almost summer break (or maybe break's already started?) I have a felling I'm going to be pretty bored. I just wanted to ask what books you like! Regardless, here are some book series that I think are very underrated: 1). Artemis Fowl 2). Wings of Fire 3). Warriors (there are 6 series of "Warriors" books) 4). Heroes of Olympus (the Percy Jackson series usually takes up most of the attention; the Hero of Olympus series is the sequel to Percy Jackson) Of course, there are many other books out there, but these are the main ones I think are underrated. Don't forget to comment on what books you like. BFN!
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    I have to say, I have fallen in love with this series. I have the Almanac 2021 at home, and it is THE BEST THING EVER, Now, DOGO is giving an opportunity to get the next book in this promising series, and I really wouldn't want to miss it. I like how the Almanac books give you the information you need to know. I normally would expect an over 300-page-book with nonfiction text features and an overload of information to bore me to death, but the Almanac had quite the opposite effect. It would be nice to get the next book of this series (and maybe start my own collection!) Thanks for this giveaway, DOGO, and thanks to National Geographic to enter their books here!
    4 months ago
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    bookfan123's book review was featured in Warriors Super Edition: Bramblestar's Storm.
    Bramblestar's Storm has all the elements of a good book. It has a nice, compelling plot that soothes you through the story. The storm (which I think was a hurricane) was the build-up to ShadowClan troubles, and its storyline ensured that you couldn't put the book down. It also connects well with the other books, because right before it comes The Great Battle harms Dovewing, Lionblaze, and Bramblestar internally, while the end of the book sets you up for the 5th series. I liked the characters and how they are presented throughout the book, and I recommend this book with 5 stars.
    4 months ago
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    Bramblestar's Storm has all the elements of a good book. It has a nice, compelling plot that soothes you through the story. The storm (which I think was a hurricane) was the build-up to ShadowClan troubles, and its storyline ensured that you couldn't put the book down. It also connects well with the other books, because right before it comes The Great Battle harms Dovewing, Lionblaze, and Bramblestar internally, while the end of the book sets you up for the 5th series. I liked the characters and how they are presented throughout the book, and I recommend this book with 5 stars.
    4 months ago
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    I love these kind of books and they would be fun to read as a break from school work :)), National Geographic is one of my favorite kinds of books to read as they are so informational and I would love to share this with my brother as well.
    4 months ago
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    WARNING: SPOILERS INCLUDED After reading The Goblet of Fire, I thought the series could not get better. It did. And The Order of the Phoenix, where Harry faces the unreliability of pretty much the whole Wizarding World, has to top anyone's list of favorite books. Every chapter had a new surprise and the plot could not have gotten any better. It all starts when some dementors attack Harry, and using the Patronus Charm to defend himself almost causes his suspension from Hogwarts. This happens while Harry is trying to figure out why Dumbledore has shutted him from the rest of the Wizarding World, and happens when the Minister of Magic himself has created a rivalry with Dumbledore. Just when things couldn't possibly get worse, they do. At Hogwarts, a horrible Defense against the Dark Arts teacher awaits him (perhaps worse than Snape), and of course, Voldemort does too. He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named had returned, and Harry feels like he is being used. That might just be true, but with Dumbledore shutting himself out, almost the whole Wizarding World against him, and more problems at Hogwarts, will Harry have what it takes to fight Voldemort, and more importantly, does he have to accept defeat this time around? Or will he once again step up and overcome Voldemort for the 5th time in the series?
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