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The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer
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Escape to Survive or Stay to Die? Matt Alacran wasn’t born; he was harvested. He’s a clone of El Patron—lord of a country called Opium. Matt is taken to the Alacran estate and is imprisoned, isolated, and treated as an... (more »)
Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson
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Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson is a narrative for readers of all ages. This historical fiction novel begins in Georgia during the gold rush era. Leah Westfall has a good life. Although she is not rich, she has a mom and dad who love... (more »)
Ripper by Stefan Petrucha
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Life in Ellis Orphanage is not that bad for Carver Young. He has food, clothing, shelter, and a friend. He has an enemy named Finn, and he doesn’t know his dad, but that is the worst of his life. But when Carver finds a disturbing letter... (more »)
The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros
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The book The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros is a classic read by many including you! It is a loved book by readers of all ages including grade schoolers to college students! It's an exciting story full of emotions revolving around a girl... (more »)
Wild's End by Dan Abnett
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Wild’s End is a story that is made up of two comic book mini-series (however, the actual story has yet to be fully finished up as so BOOM! may let/make the creators produce a third instalment) written by writer Dan Abnett and is loosely... (more »)
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
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After reading To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, I can sincerely admit that it is one of the best books I have ever read, as it has taught me lessons on such values as morality, courage, perseverance, and righteousness and has changed my... (more »)
The Help by Kathryn Stockett
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Kathryn Stockett’s book The Help is recreating the past, in Jackson, Mississippi during the 1960’s. A girl named Eugenia Phlelan, but people call her Skeeter, she just came back to town after college. She plans on becoming a writer someday,... (more »)
The Midnight Star (The Young Elites #3) by...
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Ruled by the royal, the people were used to the cruel conditions. But none before has the felt the fear that was brought into them when the White Wolf took the throne. Adelina Amouteru ruled with fear, after all her powers aligns with ambition,... (more »)
A Dark Brown Dog by Steven Crane
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In A Dark Brown Dog, by Steven Crane, a stray, dark brown dog attempts to befriend a child on the street, who eventually takes him in and lives with the child until the dog meets an untimely fate. Although the short story is quite complex and... (more »)
Mark of the Thief by Jennifer A. Nielson
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The Mark of the Thief is an suspenseful and intricate book filled magic. It is full of mysteries and adventure. This amazing page turner starts of with a rebellious slave named Nicolas Calva, who is enslaved  in the mines near Rome. When a new... (more »)
Life of Pi by Yann Martel
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Life of Pi, by Yann Martel, is a fictional story about an Indian boy who got stuck on a boat with a huge tiger after a shipwreck. It is a beautiful and inspirational book that brings us to a fantasy world, seems to be a whole lot different than... (more »)
Neuromancer by William Gibson
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Neuromancer, one of the most reveled in the science fiction community, and the start of a long road to popularizing the cyber punk genre is an incredibly good read and I would recommend it to anybody who enjoys the science fiction and or cyber... (more »)
When the Moon Was Ours by Anna-Marie Mclemore
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Throughout just the first few pages of, When The Moon Was Ours, I was mesmerized by the young teenage romanticism. This book brings together so many elements of young fairytales and combines it all to create something magical, something... (more »)
Annie on My Mind by Nancy Green
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The love shared between Annie and Liza was real, like any other couple. They symbolized the relationship of a lesbian couple you could meet today in modern America. Annie and Liza are like any other couple, but they are discriminated because... (more »)
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams
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In this sixth collection of short stories written by Stephen King, one can find twenty different stories that include separate characters and experiences. King brings each of his characters to life by using different speech and thought patterns... (more »)
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
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Harry Potter is unwanted and shunned by everyone that he knows. His aunt and uncle kicked him to the curb, his cousin hates him and is allowed to do anything that he wants. At school, nobody wants to talk to that weird Harry Potter kid. But all... (more »)
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