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  • duckie2085
    duckie2085 added a new comment in
    I loved this series a few years ago, and I think it would be nice to read another book, just for the sake of old memories. Yes, I would still read it. The books are really funny anyway, no matter how old you are.
    About 6 hours ago
  • duckie2085
    duckie2085 added a book review.
    I know a lot of people like this book, but I didn't think it was that good. First of all, even though I didn't look up any spoilers I knew that Katniss was going to win the Hunger Games, although I didn't expect the whole thing with Peeta. And by the way, sorry if I spoiled it. It was kind of cheesy even though people say a lot of books have been based off of this. Overall, if this is your type of book, go ahead. Just not for me.
    11 days ago
  • hannah_kwonn
    hannah_kwonn's book review was featured in Cinder: Book One in the Lunar Chronicles.
    What if you only wanted to be normal? Cinder, stepdaughter of Adri Linh and stepsister of Peony and Pearl Linh, only ever wanted to fit in. But how would that be possible for a sixteen-year-old girl if you were a cyborg, in a busy city full of people and... diseases? Letumosis, a plague, spreads rapidly throughout New Beijing. Meanwhile, Prince Kaito, or soon to be Emperor Kaito, struggles with the daily threats of Queen Levana, the manipulative queen of Luna. But needing an alliance with Luna, and also an antidote for Letumosis (only able to obtain in Luna), Emperor Kai strikes up a marriage alliance with Queen Levana. However, Cinder soon discovers she is... lunar. As Cinder and Kai's "friendship-or more-than-just-that relationship shatters, Cinder is forced to become something she never wanted to be--Levana's prisoner. After many twists and turns in Cinder's story, you realize that she might not only be a cyborg, but someone she has to be--but doesn't want to be. As attacks from Luna becomes more and more fatal, Cinder is forced to believe the fact that she needs to change something. Cinder, by Marissa Meyer, deserves to have 10 out of five stars!
    12 days ago
  • hannah_kwonn
    hannah_kwonn added a book review.
    What if you only wanted to be normal? Cinder, stepdaughter of Adri Linh and stepsister of Peony and Pearl Linh, only ever wanted to fit in. But how would that be possible for a sixteen-year-old girl if you were a cyborg, in a busy city full of people and... diseases? Letumosis, a plague, spreads rapidly throughout New Beijing. Meanwhile, Prince Kaito, or soon to be Emperor Kaito, struggles with the daily threats of Queen Levana, the manipulative queen of Luna. But needing an alliance with Luna, and also an antidote for Letumosis (only able to obtain in Luna), Emperor Kai strikes up a marriage alliance with Queen Levana. However, Cinder soon discovers she is... lunar. As Cinder and Kai's "friendship-or more-than-just-that relationship shatters, Cinder is forced to become something she never wanted to be--Levana's prisoner. After many twists and turns in Cinder's story, you realize that she might not only be a cyborg, but someone she has to be--but doesn't want to be. As attacks from Luna becomes more and more fatal, Cinder is forced to believe the fact that she needs to change something. Cinder, by Marissa Meyer, deserves to have 10 out of five stars!
    12 days ago
  • hannah_kwonn
    hannah_kwonn added a book review.
    What if the world was perfect? In Jonas' world nothing could go wrong. But that starts to change. On the day of the Ceremony of Twelve, he is chosen to become the Receiver of Memory. As the Receiver of Memory, he begins to understand the truth, he loses the playfulness he had with his friends, family, and everything and everyone else. When he meets the Giver, he soon begins to realize that the dystopian world the Elders of the community have created is flawed. As Jonas begins to receive memories from the Giver, he understands that the memories could be pleasant but also very painful. However, Jonas begins with Gabriel, a toddler, an adventure that would change Jonas' world to color, where his community could have love. Jonas wants to show the world that there is beauty in a non-perfect world. The Giver, by Lois Lowry, is a novel that portrays responsibility, kindness, and perseverance which will leave leave you from breathless the moment you open the book to when you end it.
    12 days ago
  • hannah_kwonn
    hannah_kwonn added a book review.
    Raina only ever wanted to fit in. But one night, a terrible accident occurs, and she injures her two front teeth. She has constant trips to the dentist office, and she suddenly feels different. But as years pass, and gets into high school, she begins to question who her real friends are. Boy drama becomes confusing, and she also has to deal with her obnoxious siblings every day. I mean, who said live was fair?
    12 days ago
  • hannah_kwonn
    hannah_kwonn added a book review.
    Where the Red Fern Grows, by Wilson Rawls is one awesome book!! In this heart-warming tale, you can read the perspective of a boy who only wanted a dog. Billy's story shows true friendship, perseverance, and helps you understand how hard work pays off. Mr. Rawls story is a wonderful work of art that shows one boy's love for two Redbone Coonhounds.
    12 days ago
  • hannah_kwonn
    hannah_kwonn added a book review.
    What if the world was in danger of a mad-man that wanted to be respected by the world? Well, you're in the same boat as Constance Contraire, Sticky Washington, Kate Wetherall, and Reynie Muldoon. When the four children pass the tests for being a gifted child, they soon come to understand that the tests weren't just silly game, but they must go on a secret mission to save the world from the Whisperer. In this very back-chilling, risky mission, all the kids go through their own struggles, which they must defeat together with the help of others. Can Reynie, Sticky, Kate, and Constance save the world from being saved from the Whisperer and its creator?
    12 days ago
  • hannah_kwonn
    hannah_kwonn added a book review.
    Suzy is in a situation far from ordinary. After her best friend dies in a drowning accident, Suzy begins to investigate the death. Though they say her best friend drowned, Suzy begins to theorize that her friend was actually stung by a deadly jellyfish. Through this journey, Suzy struggles against her grief, the theory of life and death, and the universe itself. But even in times of trouble, Suzy always perseveres, and she begins to discover things about herself.
    12 days ago
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    Summer-reading-17-badgeDear Editor, When are the prizes given to the recipients?
    12 days ago

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