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Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking...
Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking is a book about the subjects of psychology, decision-making, split-second reactions, and the subconscious mind. The author, Malcolm Gladwell, uses his own research as well as stories and experiences... (more »)
The Perfect Mile by Neal Bascomb This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
The Perfect Mile Before the early 1950s many considered the four-minute mile an impossible feat beyond human capability. However, this arbitrary limit only served as a catalyst to inspire runners to achieve it. Neal Bascomb’s The Perfect Mile... (more »)
Lord of the FLies by William Golding
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Evil is something we are all born with inside of us. This has been recorded throughout history dating as far back as ancient China and the philosophy of Yin and Yang. Golding captures this innate trait of human nature with Jack and his slow... (more »)
True To The Game by Teri Woods
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First book of a trilogy :True To The Game. As Gena meets the future love of her life, she does not have a clue she is messing with a millionaire associated with the cartel. As her relationship grows to a stronger bond she must face the fact that... (more »)
Frostbite (Vampire Academy #2) by Richelle Mead
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What could be the worst thing that could happen in the Moroi's community during Christmas? How about a massive Strigoi attract that kills the best dhampir out there? The school goes on high alert bring in more dhampir including mother of the... (more »)
Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie by Jordan...
Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie is a different take on realistic fiction. Steven is just a regular 8th grade boy who enjoys drumming. The unexpected happened when his little brother Jeffrey is diagnosed with leukemia. Steven takes the shocking... (more »)
Samurai! by Saburo Sakai
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Samurai! by Saburo Sakai is an autobiography about Sakai’s experiences in the Japanese Naval Air Force during WWII. Sakai grew up in a small town in Southern Japan. After going to a distinguished school in Tokyo, and struggling there, he enrolls... (more »)
Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life... This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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An Out of The Box Novel The short novel, Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void, authored by Mary Roach, describes the advantages and disadvantages of being an astronaut. In her book, she discusses the disadvantages of space... (more »)
Divergent by Veronica Roth
Book Review on Divergent ??The book -- Divergent, is written by Veronica Roth. This is a science fiction, and it has 496 pages in total in regular copies. This is Veronica Roth’s first published book. She published the book about over a year... (more »)
A Long Way Gone by Ishmael Beah This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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A Long Way Gone is an autobiography of the early life and struggles of Sierra Leonean, Ishmael Beah. He tells the story of how a journey he started with his friends to a village a few miles away from his home turned into a nightmare. Sierra... (more »)
The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game by Michael... This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game was written by Michael Lewis. In Lewis’s book, there are two stories going on. The main story is about Michael Oher and his life of becoming a football star. He plays left... (more »)
A Child Called It by Dave Pelzer
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How much pain can you take? Dave is brutally beaten by his mother but he never gave in and believes that he will have a better life in the future. I loved reading this book, it have a very sad touching story, also based on a true story. Dave... (more »)
Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain by...
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Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain written by David Eagleman is a truly revolutionary scientific endeavor. David Eagleman guides the reader through the coup d’etat of one’s own self, the dethronement of the consciousness from its... (more »)
A Walk Across America by Peter Jenkins
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Review: A Walk Across America “A Walk Across America,” a historical narrative written by Peter Jenkins in the 1970’s, tells the story of a long journey across the United States of America. Peter decided to walk from his home in New York... (more »)
Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose
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Act 1 After the first vote, I was a little surprised that so many people voted guilty! Eleven people already had their hand raised up for guilty, so I had to vote for not guilty. It is not so easy for me to send a boy off to die without talking... (more »)
Oprah Winfrey by Adam Woog
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Biography Project: Oprah Winfrey 1) Oprah Winfrey faced many challenges and problems in life. Some of the bigger challenges included: her weight and looks; growing up in poverty and a broken home; being abused; and as she grew into her teen... (more »)
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