The Chrysalids

Katherine Gardner The Chrysalids John Wyndham Review Set millennia after a nuclear holocaust, The Chrysalids by John Wyndham is a fascinating novel about a highly religious communities’ attempt to prevent mutation and evolution from occurring while struggling against a type of mutation they cannot detect. Their beliefs are based off of the Old Testament and a novel called Nicholases Repentances.

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Better Off Friends

  “Are they always one fight away from not speaking again, or one kiss away from true love?”  When Levi moves from California to Wisconsin, he’s the new kid. When Macallan is assigned to show him around school, she’s shy but he’s excited. Later Levi is alone at lunch but Macallan invites him to sit with her friends.  After a

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Making Waves

Most girls’ summers consist of surfing and sleepovers, but not Abby Berkley’s. In the book Making Waves written by Nicole Leigh Shepherd, Abby faces dilemmas with relationships. Instead of spending her summer surfing and swimming Abby struggles with a boy and her friends. Abby is starting her summer job as a lifeguard at the prestigious BCC (Beachwood Country Club). All

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Me, Earl And The Dying Girl

Greg Gaines has not a care in the world, until his mother told him about his some very terrible news. Rachel was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia, Chronic lymphocytic leukemia. (Which is where the cancer starts in the bone then it quickly moves into the bloodstream.) Greg Gains becomes her best friend throughout her last couple weeks. Bender

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Stargirl

Terrible. If there is any possible way to be vague yet confusing at the same time, the story of Stargirl Caraway is right on target. This book written by Jerry Spinelli, is realistic fiction and bores a reader such as myself from the very beginning. Identical to every single movies’ message, there is a quirky girl who nobody likes; but

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Twilight

  Bella Swan starts out living a normal life in Forks, Washington, with her dad, but that all changes when she discovers a boy who is not only mysterious, but is intrigued with her every movement. The thrilling book Twilight by Stephenie Meyer was not only a jaw dropper but a romantic fantasy that made the reader love the characters.

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