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  • mags
    mags added a book review.
    This is an amazing book that I loved! Its about a guy who's mom dies in a fire, and he, his dad, and his brother move to Colorado to start a new life. The boy, Nick finds a bunch of "junk" in the attic. He sells them at a garage sale. Not long after the garage sale ended, a group of shady people come up to him and offer to buy the things. He tells them he sold everything already. He soon finds out that all the people were part of an organization called the Accelerati and that they are out to kill him and take over the world. He, with his new group of friends, have to go around town and collect the objects back.I have one complaint about this book though. It was a little confusing and hard to keep up with. Other than that, this book is definitely worth reading!
    Over 6 years ago
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    mags added a book review.
    Counting by 7s is such an inspiring book! For some reason, it reminded me of Wonder. Willow is a very, very smart girl. She is also adopted. One day, she comes home from school and finds out that her parents died in a car crash. She now has to navigate this hard world with her guidance counselor, her new friend, her friend's mom, her friends brother, and a taxi driver. She didn't know it at the time, but she changed the lives of all those people in very special ways. This book is very touching and makes you think. I loved it!
    Over 6 years ago
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    mags added a book review.
    "Rise, as red as the dawn" --The Scarlet Guard THIS IS LITERALLY THE BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ. Well, The Young Elites is tied with this book. Well anyways, this book is amazing and everyone NEEDS to read this book. Mare Barrows is a poor girl living in a poor community. She lives with her torn-apart family. She has 3 brothers that are on the war front, a dad missing a lung and a leg, a normal but tired mother, and a younger sister who is very talented at sewing. Mare has no special abilities that could make money for her family, so she resorts to stealing. Her younger sister Gemma, who is apprenticed to a shopkeeper in the rich district, asks Mare to accompany her on a trip there. While they are there, they are caught up in an revolt. During the revolt, Gemma's sewing hand is crushed, thus ending her apprenticeship and the money. Mare became really ashamed. Soon, her best friend Kilorn, who was apprenticed to a fisher, gives her more bad news. His master had died, leaving him with no choice to go to the war front unless they got a lot of money in one evening. Mare goes to a trader, who then introduces her to the leader of the Red Guard, a secret society who is determined to overthrow the Silver crown. Silver people have special magic that Red people don't, which is how they control them. A twist of fate leads Mare right to the palace when she meets the king's son under the disguise of a commoner. At the castle, she lets out an ability out that she never knew she had. In order to hide that impossibility, the king betroths her to one of his own sons, Maven. At first, they weren't friends, but after a while, they start becoming friends and maybe even start liking each other. Mare, along with Maven, decide to join the Scarlet Guard and become spies. I don't want to say the biggest plot twist ever, it will change your whole point of view on the character, but I still love that character. My summary isn't the best, but it basically explains what led Mare to show royalty her hidden power to control lightning. What I love about this book is the love triangle. This isn't a normal love triangle either. She is betrothed to Maven, but she likes both Maven and Cal (Maven's older half-brother the crown prince). Cal is engaged to another person, who just so happens to control metal, which is very very dangerous and powerful. At the end of the book, Mare is betrayed by one of the brothers and ends up hating him. This book is fantasy, but if it was in the real world, I think this would take place in old Rome. In the beginning of the book, Mare and Kilorn are at an arena watching people fight, just like people in Rome did. This book is amazing. It keeps you in suspense, it adds dashes of mystery, and sprinkles of romance. Victoria Aveyard sure knows how to write a good book. I reccommend this book to anyone who is old enough to take bloodshed. EVERYONE READ IT! :) Thank you
    Over 6 years ago
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    mags wants to read this book.
    By Jennifer Chambliss Bertman
    Over 6 years ago
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    mags wants to read this book.
    By Victoria Aveyard
    Over 6 years ago
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    Elena Desserich was a vivacious five-year old, with beautiful blond hair, a dazzling smile and a spring in her step. She loved to draw, write and read and dreamed of being an ar...
    Over 6 years ago
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    magsliked a comment in Cooking With Miranda - Red Ribbon Cupcakes.
    thxs people next epoisode is going to be really good !!!!!!! cant wait !!!!!!!!!
    Over 6 years ago
  • mags
    mags added a book review.
    This book was pretty good,but compared to the first 3, this wasn't as good. It started out as a regular book that sounded a lot like a fanfiction. As the book progressively started moving forward, it started getting better. What I loved is that it gave names to the children of America, Maxon, Marlee, and May! I fell so sorry for Aspen and Lucy though, they don't have any due to personal issues! What I didn't like abut this book is the main character Eadlyn. I absolutely hated her! She is very selfish and doesn't know how to make everyone like her! She is way too regal and feels like she should rule the world. She definitely doesn't know how to get boys to fall for her. She is beautiful and smart, but her personality is not the best. I love her twin brother Ahren though. I thought America and Maxon would teach Eadlyn better than she is though.
    Over 6 years ago
  • mags
    mags added a book review.
    This book was pretty good,but compared to the first 3, this wasn't as good. It started out as a regular book that sounded a lot like a fanfiction. As the book progressively started moving forward, it started getting better. What I loved is that it gave names to the children of America, Maxon, Marlee, and May! I fell so sorry for Aspen and Lucy though, they don't have any due to personal issues! What I didn't like abut this book is the main character Eadlyn. I absolutely hated her! She is very selfish and doesn't know how to make everyone like her! She is way too regal and feels like she should rule the world. She definitely doesn't know how to get boys to fall for her. She is beautiful and smart, but her personality is not the best. I love her twin brother Ahren though. I thought America and Maxon would teach Eadlyn better than she is though.
    Over 6 years ago
  • mags
    mags's book review was featured in The Enchanted Files: Diary of a Mad Brownie.
    This book is amazing! When I first started reading it, I felt as if it would be a light-hearted and funny book! Boy, was I proven wrong! This book started out funny and amusing, but as the story got farther in, it started having morals. This story teaches you the worth of friendship. Angus Cairns, a brownie (a creature that likes to secretly clean things from the Enchanted Realm), is attached to the McGonagall family (I know,Harry Potter). It is his duty to serve the McGonagall family because of his father, who made the Queen of Shadows mad at him. At the beginning of the book, Angus serves an old lady called Sarah who lives in Scotland. Angus loves her dearly. Soon though, she dies. She tells Angus to go to the youngest female relative who is of 10 years or older. This happens to be a girl called Alex Carhart who lives in America. Angus is very doubtful about going to America, but as he is bound to her, he goes. When he gets there he finds that she is a very, very messy human being. At first, the 2 fight a lot, but soon they become the best of friends. Soon though, Alex's brother and dad start acting weird. They start writing poems, and bad ones at that. Alex's dad quits his job to write and her brother quits the soccer team to write. Angus is very ashamed, because he knows why this is happening, but doesn't want to tell Alex because she will get mad at him. He ends up telling her anyways. Alex finds out that he brought a curse along with him that Ewan McGonagall, Alex's ancestor, brought upon. Ewan McGonagall had the most fantastic voice and one day, he travels to the Enchanted Realm and sings for the Shadow Queen. While he is there, he falls in love with the queen's daughter, the Princess of Sunshine. The queen said that in order for the princess to marry him, he had to give up his amazing voice. He does it and they get married. The curse makes all of his relatives have a bad voice too and makes them write horrible poetry too. So Alex and Angus go on an adventure to return the Princess of Sunshine to the queen to get rid of the curse. Read the rest of the book to find out more! I definitely recommend it!
    Over 6 years ago

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