Reviewer: JonMonica, Age 17 Book Title: Missing Author: Catherine Macphail Rated: 5 stars
Review: It was so intense and a page turner. I barley could put down the book. It was so descriptive and I wish there was a second book. It was one of the best books I have ever read.
Reviewer: Rose Y. Age 16 Book Title: Breaking Dawn Author: Stephanie Meyer Rated: 5 Stars
Review: I feel this way because Ms. Meyer weaves a romance story with such thrill and suspense that you can’t put the book down. From a pregnancy that could cause Bella to die, to the changing to be a vampire and finishing with a would-be battle to the death with the Volturri.
Reviewer: Mercedes M. Age 14 Book Title: The Disenchantments Author: Nina LaCour Rated: 3 Stars
Review: The book called The Disenchantments was somewhat slow to me when I read the book. If the book wasn’t so slow then it probably could’ve been a better book.
Reviewer: Mercedes M. Age 14 Book Title: Four: A Divergent Collection Author: Veronica Roth Rated: 4 and a half stars
Review: The book Four is a fantastic book filled with action, romance and mystery. That’s one of the reasons why I like it because it has all those things in the book. Once I opened the book and started reading it I just didn’t want to stop.
Reviewer: Jonathan P. Age 14 Book Title: Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader Author: C.S. Lewis Rated: 4 stars
Review: By itself an amazing book, but compared to the rest in the series this one kinda lacked energy. Also Lewis did not provide enough info on some of the new characters. Strong warfare so still pretty cool.
Reviewer: Jonathan P. Age 14 Book Title: Magnus Chase The Sword of Summer Author: Rick Riordan Rated: 5 Stars
Review: LOVE RICK RIORDAN! The book makes you love all the characters and what they do. The book also combined warfare with everyday life. Also the storyline makes you want to keep on reading until the book is over.
Reviewer: Jonathan P. Age 14 Book Title: The Chronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian Author: C.S. Lewis Rated: 4 and a half stars
Review: Lewis provides lots of detail about everything, but sometimes it’s a little too much. The four states of the first book come back the traits changed due to their new age. Very exciting storyline.
Reviewer: Jeffrey P. Age 15 Book Title: The Crossover Author: Kwame Alexander Rated: 3 and a half stars
Review: While the story’s characters, plots and settings move the reader deeply, the form of the author’s writing retards any further delight from the literary work.
Reviewer: Jeffery P. Age 15 Book Title: Adam of the Road Author: Elizabeth Janet Gray Rated: 4 and a half stars
Review: Although crammed with historical facts and lore, the book remains so absorbing and lively that for all its authenticity it hardly appears historical. This and more describes the adventures of Adam as he looks for his dad and dog.
Reviewer: Jeffrey P. Age 15 Book Title: Planet Thieves Author: Dan Krokos Rated: 5 Stars
Review: Dan Krokos is a sci-fi genius. He perfectly described characters, feelings, weapons and situations; enabling the reader to believe he is watching a movie, not reading a book.
Reviewer: Baylee M. Age 17 Book Title: Junie B. Jones Author: Barbara Park Rated: 5 Stars
Review: Junie B. Jones put coal in her backpack. When Junie B. Jones thought she put a squeeze-a-burb in May’s secret Santa bag she was so scared what May would think about the coal that she thought she put in her bag.
Reviewer: Mercedes M. Book Title: Vampire Academy Author: Richelle Mead Rated: 3 and a half stars
Review: The Vampire Academy is different from most vampire books that I have read. I like that the book is different and filled with struggle, happiness and some fighting with crime. The thing I learned from this book is that we should always help each other and stick together.