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Beedle the Bard part of Rowling’s charm

December 7, 2017 6:36pm | Scarlet Carrillo

In The Deathly Hallows, J.K. Rowling’s golden trio found a connection between a group of important wizarding people and a symbol that would help defeat Voldemort. When the scene came up in the books and movies we were introduced to The Tales of Beedle the […]

“Hex Hall” full of mystery

November 25, 2017 1:35pm | Kaline Martinez

A student is being attacked and anyone could be next. Hex Hall is a mysterious and adventurous fantasy novel written by Rachel Hawkins. This book is good if the reader is looking for a good introduction to a series. Hex Hall contains action, suspense, fantasy […]

“Shatter Me” will leave reader shattered

November 10, 2017 1:25pm | Carina Sanchez

Trapped from all human contact and left in complete utter darkness. Seeing herself as a monster for being trapped a prisoner for a crime she did not mean to commit. Her own flesh and blood turned their backs and left her to die. Juliette is […]

“Crimson Kiss” sucks readers in

October 23, 2017 11:36am | Megan Wedhorn

From the author Trisha Baker comes a great book called Crimson Kiss. Published in 2001, it is one of four books Baker has published, and it is the first book of the Crimson Series. Crimson Kiss is not the usual vampire love story or horror story. […]

Rowling provides readers with an extraordinary story

October 17, 2017 11:23am | Ashley Thunderhawk

J.K. Rowling wrote the extraordinary series about a young wizard, Harry Potter, who found out he was a wizard and he enrolled into a wizarding school, Hogwarts. Harry was raised as a muggle and has no idea what the wizarding world is about. Throughout the […]

Plenty of action in “Code of Honor”

October 14, 2017 9:10am | Kaline Martinez

Code of Honor is action-packed, brotherly story wrote by Alan Gratz. Karman refuses to believe that his brother is sending threats to the US, but Karman has to prove to himself and everyone that his brother is innocent.  It’s a bond between brothers that can’t […]

“The Borden Murders” gives realistic and chilling account

September 12, 2017 2:38pm | Kaiden Loep

Lizzie Borden took an axe, Gave her mother forty whacks. When she saw what she had done, She gave her father forty-one. Lizzie Borden was a woman in her thirties, living with her older sister, Emma Borden, her stepmother, Abby Borden, and her father, Andrew […]

The Shack is a story of religion

April 28, 2017 7:16pm | Josalyn Taylor

If you want an book that will take you on an bit of a emotional roller coaster, The Shack is the book for you. It starts with Mackenzie Allen Philips’ youngest daughter, Missy, getting abducted. She got abducted when the family was at a family […]

“Seabiscuit An American Legend” is worth the read

April 23, 2017 7:02pm | Megan Wedhorn

From the award winning author, Laura Hillenbrand comes an amazing book called Seabiscuit an American Legend. Seabiscuit an American Legend was published sometime in 2001, and was turned into a major motion picture in 2003. Seabiscuit an American Legend is not the usual nonfiction book; […]

“Unwind” is realistic

April 3, 2017 1:55pm | Ashley Thunderhawk

Neal Shusterman wrote the unique science fiction Unwind. The story takes place in the near future after a second civil war, the Heartland War, in the United States over abortion. To end the war, a compromise is made where parents are allowed to sign an […]