Catching Fire

Ben Pike For the first time in history, two children have won the inhumane Hunger Games, Peeta Mellark and Katniss Everdeen.  And even more less likely, both champions were tributes from District 12, the poor, coal mining area.  Suzanne Collins has created yet another exciting masterpiece in the second book in the Hunger Games trilogy called Catching Fire.  Katniss has

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MayDay

Crissy Rietti               “Screams. Crash. Impact. Bounce. Slide. Slide. Slide. Silence. Smoke. So much smoke. Fuel. Screams. Heat. Flickering light.” Living in a world without a voice while searching for his Uncle’s flag is easier said than done. Karen Harrington created a story, Mayday, about a teenage boy, Wayne Kovok, who survived a plane crash

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Brotherband Chronicles

Silas Baker The son of a courageous sea raider who died in battle and of a former slave from another country, Hal Mikkelson is by far the biggest outcast in Hallasholm, the capital of the nation of Skandia, a country of seafaring marauders. In a land of extremely well-built sailors, raiders, and warriors there isn’t really a place for Hal’s

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Guardian Angel

Bjorn Pluss                          Robert Muchamore’s book Guardian Angel made me wanting to read more and more because it was so exciting and had a plot reminiscent of a James Bond movie.  In the previous book in the series Cherub, Ryan Sharma (the main character in this book who works for CHERUB) goes undercover to try and befriend

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