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  • pudgyjeon
    pudgyjeon's book review was featured in To Night Owl From Dogfish.
    I think this book was really engaging. The one major thing that really sets this book apart from others and that makes way more fun is the fact that this whole book is composed of emails and text messages. I feel like if this book was just written like a normal novel, it would have been uninteresting. This book made me wish that more books were written in letter and texts. Also, there are so many twists and turns in the story to save it from becoming mundane. Just when you think all knots were untied, a new problem shows up and messes it up all over again, leaving you hoping for a quick resolution that ends it once and for all. I would recommend this book for ages 8+ because people under 8 might not get the book. Overall I would recommend this book.
    28 days ago
  • pudgyjeon
    pudgyjeon added a book review.
    I think this book was really engaging. The one major thing that really sets this book apart from others and that makes way more fun is the fact that this whole book is composed of emails and text messages. I feel like if this book was just written like a normal novel, it would have been uninteresting. This book made me wish that more books were written in letter and texts. Also, there are so many twists and turns in the story to save it from becoming mundane. Just when you think all knots were untied, a new problem shows up and messes it up all over again, leaving you hoping for a quick resolution that ends it once and for all. I would recommend this book for ages 8+ because people under 8 might not get the book. Overall I would recommend this book.
    28 days ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s's book review was featured in Game On! (Star Striker).
    Ah, soccer tryouts: the time of year where you do your best to impress the coach and get on the team. However, there is always at least one person who doesn’t make it. And Albert was that person. Dejected, as he heads home to take care of his grandma, he gets beamed up into an alien spaceship! There he meets Unit B who tells him about Johka. It is an alien version of soccer, and they want him on their team! Although, once Albert signs up and starts training, there are multiple attempts on his life. Who would do this? Why? I really liked this book! I would recommend this book to someone who loves soccer and sci-fi.
    28 days ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s's book review was featured in Soccer Trophy Mystery (Fred Bowen Sports Story Series, 24).
    If you go to school in a public school, they may have a trophy case. This case will likely have trophies from soccer games, football, maybe a few others. But what if someone stole one of the trophies? Teenagers Ava, Daniel, and Aiden have just recently found out that a school soccer trophy went missing from the trophy case in the library 40 years ago. It stumped the police force and even detectives! 40 years later, it still hasn’t been found and the case was put aside. Curious (and trying to escape reading a boring book for English class) the three teenagers head out and start asking questions. Will they find out who stole the trophy? While I’m not too into sports, I do love mysteries and this one did not disappoint! I’d recommend this to someone who loves mysteries.
    28 days ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s added a book review.
    If you go to school in a public school, they may have a trophy case. This case will likely have trophies from soccer games, football, maybe a few others. But what if someone stole one of the trophies? Teenagers Ava, Daniel, and Aiden have just recently found out that a school soccer trophy went missing from the trophy case in the library 40 years ago. It stumped the police force and even detectives! 40 years later, it still hasn’t been found and the case was put aside. Curious (and trying to escape reading a boring book for English class) the three teenagers head out and start asking questions. Will they find out who stole the trophy? While I’m not too into sports, I do love mysteries and this one did not disappoint! I’d recommend this to someone who loves mysteries.
    28 days ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s added a book review.
    Ah, soccer tryouts: the time of year where you do your best to impress the coach and get on the team. However, there is always at least one person who doesn’t make it. And Albert was that person. Dejected, as he heads home to take care of his grandma, he gets beamed up into an alien spaceship! There he meets Unit B who tells him about Johka. It is an alien version of soccer, and they want him on their team! Although, once Albert signs up and starts training, there are multiple attempts on his life. Who would do this? Why? I really liked this book! I would recommend this book to someone who loves soccer and sci-fi.
    28 days ago
  • pudgyjeon
    pudgyjeon has read this book.
    By Holly Goldberg Sloan, Meg Wolitzer
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    pudgyjeon wants to read this book.
    By Sarah Weeks, Gita Varadarajan
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  • unipug2
    unipug2 added a book review.
    Team Blue is going to go against Emperor! Yikes! They have lots if preparing to do. Here's the info on Emperor and his team: Emperor is the leader, and is very talented.Be careful Team Blue! Next is his younger brother, Prinz. Prinz is like a smaller, younger looking version of Emperor. Then there's N-pacer. She may be the only girl, but she's quick. Lastly, there is Splattershot Jr.! Can Team Blue win, or will they be forced to...(gulp) give up?
    About 1 month ago
  • pudgyjeon
    pudgyjeon added a book review.
    I think that Harry Potter (book 1) is the most engaging in the series. I think the author did a really good job creating the world of wizards and witches. The book really makes you wish that everything in it was true, from the animals, to Hogwarts, and spells! I liked how Ron and Hermione have exact opposite personalities, but are both Harry's friends. They seem to be always bickering but somehow always help solve Harry's problems. I would recommend this book for people who like magic, fiction, adventure. I would also recommend this book for ages 6+. Overall, this book is very fun.
    About 1 month ago

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