Every Soul a Star

Wendy Mass’s Every Soul a Star, is an intriguing and well thought out story of change and acceptance. Every Soul a Star  is a welcoming story of three teens who you wouldn’t expect to be friends. Growing up in the middle of nowhere is no problem for the enthusiastic teen named Ally. Since she grew up there and spent her

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After

“Everybody deserves something good in their life, at least once.” After, by Morris Gleitzman, shows what happens to Felix who lost almost everything while struggling to survive with no parents around. The book took place in 1945 in Poland. Felix is a brave, small kid who has lived inside a hole with a big horse on top to hide from

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The Lying Game

“I had a life anyone would kill for, then someone did. The worst part of being dead is that there’s nothing left to live for. But I’m about to get something no one else does; an encore performance, thanks to Emma, the long-lost twin sister I never even got to meet.”   Emma Paxton hasn’t always had the best life. After

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Deadly Little Secret

Some secrets are safe, they protect the innocent, but other secrets are dangerous, too dangerous to stay hidden. Deadly Little Secret is a fantastic novel written by Laurie Faria Stolarz that will leave you at the edge of your seat until the very last page. It was four months before junior year of high school when Camelia Hammond nearly died,

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Far Far Away

Never before has there been written such a unique and suspenseful book as “Far Far Away” by Tom McNeal. From the first few pages, I had already taken a couple steps in the main character, Jeremy Johnson Johnson’s, shoes. This story is the tale of a quiet boy named Jeremy, who would prefer to stay in his attic bedroom reading

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The Boys in the Boat

  “It hurt, like he’d never hurt in a boat before. He felt like hot knives were stabbing the muscles in his arms, legs, and back. Every desperate breath burned his lungs”. Eight young men putting every bit of power and finesse to pull ahead on the other crews. The boys of the Washington University rowing crew were determined to

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Dogsong

Russel Susskit can’t bear living in the horrid conditions that surround him, and while drowning himself in misery; he travels on a journey that will change his life forever. He is disgusted about almost everything in his little Eskimo village. He hates his father’s awful coughing, and the snowmobiles the Eskimo’s use for hunting. Russel feels that the snowmobiles violate

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