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Teen Book Review

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Wuthering Heights (by Emily Bronte)

Rating 4

Reviewed by JW

Wuthering Heights is the story of two families joined by love and hate.  The character Cathy must choose between the loveable and kind hearted man named Edgar or her old love, Mr. Heathcliff.  In the end the families teaer at each other through spite and violence.  This compelling story was interesting but was difficult to understand wiht the amount of spoken slang and writing style.

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Anne of Green Gables (by L.M. Montgomery)

Rating 4

Reviewed by RH

The Book Anne of Green Gables is a amazing story about a red haired orphan that very different the life in Gren Gables but changes the minds of people.   She a very adventureest girl and Brings out imagination.  That recommend this book.

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The Scarlet Letter (by Nathaniel Hawthorne)

Rating 4

Reviewed by anonymous

This book is about a girl that commited adultry.  She gets punished by having to wear the scarlet letter.  This causes many conflicts and problems for not only her but her baby, Pearl.  I would recommend this title to someone that likes old english.  What I liked most about this book was the symbolism.  The characters were not only characters but symbolism.

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War of the Worlds (by H.G. Wells)

Rating 5

Reviewed by anonymous

I think War of the Worlds was a great book.  It was a great story about life on other planets.  Yes, I would recommend the title, and I also enjoyed reading the book because I like very interesting stories.  I related to the characters by thinking how they look, feel, and think.  I really loved this book!

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War of the Worlds (by H.G. Wells)

Rating 5

Reviewed by anonymous

I think War of the Worlds was a great book.  It was a great story about life on other planets.  Yes, I would recommend the title, and I also enjoyed reading the book because I like very interesting stories.  I related to the characters by thinking how they look, feel, and think.  I really loved this book!

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Where the Red Fern Grows (by Wilson Rawls)

Rating 3

Where the Red Fern Grows

Reviewed by anonymous

It depends on who I would recommend to if I were recommending it to someone.  Some people would relate to my family at certain times.  Like once ther ewas a mean guy and some o fhis actions would represent when we get mad at each other.  The boy's grampa was a cheerfull person, like when we are in a good mood.  Thsi book was about a boy who loved his dogs and they were loyal to him.

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An Old Fashioned Girl (by Louisa May Alcott)

Rating 5

An Old Fashioned Girl

Reviewed by ML

An Old Fasioned Girl, by Louisa May Alcott, is, in my opinion, one of the greatest books of all time.  In the book, the protagonist, Polly, goes through a challenge that perhaps all girls go through; the challenge of fitting in.  The book never gets slow or boring, and is something that one can never set down.  In fact, after reading An Old Fasioned Girl, many have started over and read it again.  Clearly, An Old Fashioned Girl, by Louisa May Alcott, is an amazing book.

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Ethan Frome (by Edith Wharton)

Rating 2

Ethan Frome

Reviewed by JE

I would not recommend this book.  I would not recommend it because the book seemed very sappy and depressing.  The only reason I would have someone read this book is if they needed to do a report on it.

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Little Women (by Louisa May Alcott)

Rating 4

Little Women

Reviewed by anonymous

I enjoyed reading Little Women.  You could relate to the problems that occurred very eeasily.  I hope that everyone will have a chance to read this wonderful book.  Little Women is about the March family, and their struggles throughout life.

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