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book by Tom Berquist (view book)
I enjoyed reading Stalking Los Angeles. I thought the storyline was a very original idea; I’ve never read a book like this one before. I liked how the author used alternating perspectives between Reggie and the mountain lion, because it allows ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Cartoon Network (view book)
My opinion of the book was that the author did a very good job of keeping to the episode it was based on. However there were a few mistakes. One of those mistakes was switching the names of some of the Bakugan. Besides a few mistakes the book was ...read more
Genres: Manga/Graphic Novel, Series
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Kimberly Pauley (view book)
Cat Girl's Day Off is currently one of my favorite books. The setting is complex and contributes to the many adventurous twists and turns in the plot. The author writes with rich sarcasm when the cats speak, which lets the reader see into the ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Stephanie Hoina (view book)
Kissing Atticus Primble decidedly belongs on the “basic teenage girl conflict” bookshelf. The protagonist, Kathleen, thinks only about Atticus and Bobby and seems to have no other interests in life. The predictable cast of characters is ...read more
Genres: Juvenile Fiction, Romance
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Janet Edwards (view book)
Personally, I enjoyed reading Earth Girl. Edwards has built a fascinating vision of the future, perhaps with an undertone of warning about human disposition towards prejudice and judgment. The world building, characterization and action scenes were ...read more
Genres: Science Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Annemarie O'Brien (view book)
This was a book that kept me enthralled from the beginning until the very end.  When I finished I wished it were part of a series and I could keep reading. The author did a great job making the characters seem real and alive.  I liked ...read more
Genres: Adventure
Ages: 8 - 12
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by Bonnie Ferrante
In a world where eye color may determine your future, Leya is born with one green and one blue eye. Will this diminish her potential or provide the exceptional opportunity to become a Double Vision Mistress? Even if she fulfills her gifts, Leya must ...read more
Genres: Fantasy
Ages: Mature Young Adult
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book by Alyxandra Harvey (view book)
This book is a really magical tale that entices the reader. I didn't especially like the book because I'm not the type who will read murder mysteries, but I had to keep reading just to see what happened. The story is set back in the 19th ...read more
Genres: Mystery
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Violette Malan (view book)
This book was not very well written. It took me a long time to understand what was going on, and then it was so boring I could barely finish it. It had a good plot. It was just not written out very well   ...read more
Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Fiction
Ages: 12 and up
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book by Wendy Mass (view book)
I loved the uniqueness of "A Mango-Shaped Space." The description that Wendy Mass puts into the passages that explain the colors that Mia sees were fantastic. Zack and Beth, Mia's siblings, were woven beautifully into the story. They ...read more
Genres: Fiction
Ages: 12 and up

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