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    It's really difficult to come across a "good" book and even more challenging to actually finish one from beginning to end. It was not an exception for me. During the many times I checked out a book from the library, I would return it after reading it only half-way. I promised myself t...
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    In the 21st century, globalization has and is continuing to influence our lives in various of aspects. Amid these situations, there has been a lot of controversy on whether bilingual education is really necessary. Some argue that the acquisition of one's own native language should be prioritize...
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    A dark black pit of ashes muffles the desperate cry of my soul. A red swirl of anguish and dread pulls down my weary heart into the depth of unseekable waters. My mind flickers with scepters that haunt me day after day with things that have not been accomplished but failed. My breath ...
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    My heart softly fluttered as I stepped out of the airplane into the long tunnel-like passageway to the JFK airport. My legs wobbled from sitting over 13 hours in the airplane to America, but my mind was wide awake, eager to take in my new environment. The transparent glass walls showed the dark tran...
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    Every once in a while, we come across a novel with the grace and beauty of a poem; with each sentence, phrase, and word flowing across the pages like the warm flow of water trickling along a river. Author Kathi Appelt's debut novel 'The Underneath' was so; with its beautifully poetic ...
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    Hitler-the man who took innumerable innocent lives, a charismatic leader to the Germans struggling after a world war, but also a two-faced monster to the Jews suffering in concentration camps. What if this very man had an unknown daughter hidden from the rest of the world? What if this daughter wasn...
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    My heart started beating loudly as 'I am Number Four' began. The flickering screen captured my attention while the suspenseful music filled my ears. A dense and dark jungle filled the screen. I held my breath as two people were killed by a tall black shadow that towered over them. Number 3...
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    Written in the form of short journal entries, 'Flowers for Algernon' intrigues its readers from the very beginning. The entries filled with misspellings and strange punctuation puts us into the shoes of Charlie Gordan in the most natural way, and before we know it, we find ourselves sucked...
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    Most students aren't interested in reading plays and scripts. Sure, they enjoy watching movies and reading fiction like Suzanne Collins’ bestseller, ‘The Hunger Games’, but a lot of people would frown in sheer boredom if they were given a script to read. Reading plays never quite appealed...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    The sound of flaring ambulances buzzed in my ears like a nightmare. I stared blankly out the car window on the way to the hospital. A whole rush of memories flooded my complicated mind. My grandmother's bright smile overlapped with her tired strenuous voice telling us that she was alright. The ...
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    The extraordinary world of magic, sorcery, and friendship unfolded before my very eyes while reading J. K. Rowling's last book of her famous series; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Novelist J. K. Rowling made me feel as if I were there, besides Harry, as he went on his difficult yet thril...
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    From the moment I heard the title of this book, I felt a strange longing to read it. I didn't know why and all I had read was the first chapter on the Internet but the longing hung for several days. I raced to the bookstore a few days later, excited by this strange book that urged me to read it...
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    I was roaming the library with a stack of books under my arm when a paper on the bulletin board caught my attention. It was a list of books recommended for young adults. I quickly skimmed it and one title caught my eye: The Lightning Thief. It may have seemed special because it was at the top of the...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I pushed the office door with all my strength and ran. My neck burned, the place he tried to choke me. I couldn't let him get away. He killed my boss, my best friends; all the people that meant the world to me. I'm usually the good guy but I was sick and tired now. So angry and tired that ...
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    Suzanne Collins has always been one of my favorite authors and I believe that liking her style of writing is one of the biggest reasons why I chose to read 'The Hunger Games'. After I read one of her other books 'Gregor the Overlander', I was mesmerized by her story telling and r...
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