Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Twilight-The honest review-By Alanna Phoenix

This book teaches young girls that the main goal in life is to find a man. A 100 year old man. The Author refers to these characters as stupid animals(The lion and the Lamb). This is a sappy love story book about a blood sucking monster and a selfish little brat. This book is starring.......Vinalla(Bella), Shovel face(Edward), and Troy Polamalu(Jacob). Mostly this book is about stalking people and staring at them. ALL THE TIME!!! There are stares. And more stares. And Even more stares. This is a good book, but it's really stupid.

By: Alanna Phoenix

Brisingr: By Christopher Paolini

Image result for 5 starsImage result for BrisingrBrisingr is the third book in the Inheritance Cycle. Eragon saw the new dwarven king made and stayed there for a while. In this book one of the major points is Eragon gets a new sword which he names Brisingr. While forging in an elven city within the forest he happens to name the sword while it is not done being forged. And so the sword becomes enchanted with fire. I have to give this book a 5 out of 5 stars

Airman By: Eoin Colfer

I will be reviewing Airman by Eoin Colfer. It is a book that is set in the 1890s. This book is full of action and suspense.
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Conor Broekhart wants to fly. He was born in a hot air balloon and has been intrigued with flying ever since. Most of his days are spent exploring the castle with the princess, Isabella, and studying the science of flight. While exploring the castle, Conor discovers a conspiracy against the king. Conor intervenes and is said to be a traitor. He is sent to Little Saltee, an island for criminals. Prisoners are forced to mine for diamonds in horrid conditions. There is only one way to escape, and that is to fly. Months then years go by. Then the day comes that Conor must find the courage to trust his plans and drawings and take to the skies.

What I liked about this book is that is gives really good detail to how the prison is like and what it looks like.

What I didn't like is that I couldn't really understand what his drawings of the plane was and how it looked like.

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The Dead City by James Ponti

Amazing. The word describes this book brilliantly. This wow-er of a story called the Dead City brings logic and real world places and things into the world of stories. When I read how the undead or, Zombies, acted as though they were alive, but, rotted away, day by day until they became a major threat to the living. The idea of them being powered by a strange mineral and having a secret society of people policing them from doing too much harm is pretty confusing yet scary...

A thing I liked about the book is how well designed the main character is by giving her the knowledge of fighting classes and her being pretty smart! The only drawback I can see is that she has a huge relationship with the undead by being known by the the main guy of the Zeds.

I give it a 5/5.

Review by Mason K.

A Mystery of London, the Blue Death, and a Boy Called Eel

A Mystery of London, the Blue Death, and a Boy Called Eel is about a boy named 

Eel who works for Dr. Snow, but is encountered by trouble when the mysterious blue death strikes London. 
So it's up to Eel and John Snow to help stop Cholera, and save the lives of millions in London.
But when his best friend is struck with Cholera, Eel's life is changes forever.

Oh! did I mention that Eel is also running for his life from a man named Fish-eye Bill, or that Eel is a mudlark in the RIver Thames.

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars 

Delirium, Pandemonium, Requiem

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In a futuristic society amor deleria nervosa  is the root of all diseases: cancer, heart failure, even madness. 

Commonly known as love. Lena and he best friend Hana are both eagerly awaiting their cures. The thing that will protect them from contracting the disease. Lena has always been careful, quite unlike rebellious Hana, but when she meets the boy with the hair the color of autumn leaves, her life takes a turn down a path of rebellion, sorrow, and (most importantly) love.

One thing I really enjoyed about this book was the character development. Its interesting to see not only the visible features of the characters but also how the cure effects their personality.

I guess the main thing I didn't like about this book was the love triangle added at the end of the 2nd book! This leaves the main character stuck choosing between the boy she loves and the boy that loves her.