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The Mentalist
By , Pittsburgh, PA
The idea for The Mentalist is not a novel one.  It is not a new, original, never-before-seen idea for a TV show. Yet, there is something about this particular show that causes it to rise above the rest of the TV world, intriguing fans and... (more »)
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American Idol This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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 There are currently two leading singing programs on television. They are titled The Voice and American Idol. The Voice focuses on the concept of judging a singer based on their voice and not their overall appearance. However, American Idol... (more »)
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The Imitation Game This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
Probably the best I have ever seen. The imitation game is a movie about Alan Turing the genius behind the idea of a machine with its own brain: the computer. The movie starts with Alan Turing applying for a top secret governmental job.... (more »)
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Advanced Warfare This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I enjoyed the game Advanced Warfare mainly because of the single player campaign. There is` a great balance between the explanation, basic instructions and making sure you get to the action right away at the beginning. They put you right in at... (more »)
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Homeless Bird by Gloria Whelan
Don’t Lose Hope “Don’t lose hope. You never know what tomorrow will bring.” “Homeless Bird” was a book set in India written by Gloria Whelan. It won a National Book Award which means that this book is very good and it must have a... (more »)
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The Hoot by Carl Hiaasen
                            A boy and a new adventure “If you hurt a single one of our owls, I’m not eating any more of your stupid pancakes,” this sentences said by a main character in the book. Hoot was written by Carl... (more »)
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Homeless Bird by Gloria Whelan
Pitiable Girl “It’s time for you to have a husband.” (page 1) This changes Koly’s whole life. Homeless Bird is written by Gloria Whelan. It won the National Book Award. This is a story about an Indian girl called Koly. She leaves her... (more »)
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The Hoot by Carl Hiaasen
A Mysterious Owl Have you ever want to help someone? I give you Hoot, which was written by Carl Hiaasen. This story comes with many mysterious, which the story is about a boy name Roy. His friend tries to help the owl and the running boy to... (more »)
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The Hoot by Carl Hiaasen
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“Sometimes you’re going to be faced with situations where the line isn’t clear between what’s right and what’s wrong. Your heart will tell you to do something different. In the end, all that’s left is to look at both sides and go... (more »)
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Homeless Bird by Gloria Whelan
 “Once you choose hope, anything is possible.” These are the exact words of a person who never gives up, Christopher Revee. Homeless Bird is a fiction book written by Gloria Whelan. This book won the National Book Award for Young People’s... (more »)
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The Hoot by Carl Hiaasen
By , Bangkok, Thailand
“Two heads are better than one”. This is the main idea of this story. Hoot was written by Carl Hiaasen. The setting of this story is in Coconut Cave, Florida, in the present day. This is a story about a boy who learns how to protect... (more »)
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City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments...
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Clary has two names; Clarissa "Clary" Fray, and Clarissa “Clary” Morgenstern. Clary Fray is a human, best friend with Simon Lewis she spends her day drinking coffee, drawing, and going to Simon’s band rehearsals. With her overprotective... (more »)
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13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher
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13 Reasons Why, written by Jay Asher, is a very deep and eerie book full of mystery and suspense, and is the winner of fourteen different awards.  In the book the main character, Clay Jensen, has received a package on his doorstep wrapped with... (more »)
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The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien
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The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien is an amazing book.  It starts off with an adventure that starts off on Bag-end which is surprising in and of itself.  The Hobbits are quiet creatures who prefer food over excitement and Bilbo Baggins is no... (more »)
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The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton
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Have you ever felt like you were set into a certain group and you had no choice? No one knows this feeling better than Ponyboy Curtis. He is part of the social class called: The Greasers. They’re the “bad kids” that always wear black and... (more »)
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The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien      The hobbit is very odd story as it is the very beginning of the lord of the ring story and it sets a lot of tones for what’s going to be happening with the rest of the series. The plot/story of this book is... (more »)
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