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Teen Book Review

Supernatural

Forever (by Maggie Stiefvater)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Lydia, grade 7

Sam was a wolf, but then was cured.  Grace, Sam's true love, became a wolf.  A man named Tom Culpepper wants to kill all the wolves because of what happened to his son.  Same and Grace including their friends, Cole & Isabel, must stop Tom before all the wolves of Mercy Falls are gone.

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The Devouring (by Simon Holt)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Kat, grade 9

For anyone who loves suspense, goosebumps, and anxiety, The Devouring is for you.  Your heart races, the hair on the back of your neck rises, and you can't wait to turn the page.  The book casts you there to what Reggie, one of the main characters is feeling and experiencing.  You will feel anger, fear, dread, joy, and sympathy with the book characters.  If you love the Devouring, don't forget to read the other two: Soulstice and Fearscape.

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Witch and Wizard (by James Patterson)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Elizabeth, grade 7

I really liked the Witch & Wizard because it was told from two points of view (Wisty & Whit's)  the only bad part is you sometimes have to go back and see who is talking.  Another thing is the characters are really and really retermined to beat the one who took over and banned all magic.  But the best part was the short chapters with cliffhanger endings that keep you turning the page all the way to the end.

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City of Lost Souls (by Cassandra Clare)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Sarah, grade 8

In City of Lost Souls, Clary joins Jace and Sebastian to tell her friends what this plan is.  I like this book because Clary won't give into seeing Jace but to try to save him while still blending in with Sebastian's evilness.

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Wicked Appetite (by Janet Evanovich)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Abigail, grade 9

I really enjoyed this book, because I loved the humor, adventure, and the characters.   I think that many people should give this book a chance and I know that they would enjoy this.  I hope that if you read this book, you would enjoy it as much as I have!  This book deserves a two thumbs up!

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Fear (by Michael Grant)

Rating 4

Reviewed by Brenna, grade 10

Fear is the 5th book in the Gone series by Michael Grant.  The children of the FAYZ are determined to survive, but when the dome surrounding them starts turning black, everyone freaks out.  As the Darkness continues trying to take over, and the FAYZ turns black, the children of the FAYZ realize things about themselves, and struggle to endure.  This story has you feeling for the children, and won't let you put down the book.

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Eighth Grade Bites (by Heather Brewer)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Cameron, grade 8

I liked this book because it was suspenseful and compelling.  In the story a boy named Vladimir Todd is suspcious about one of his teachers disappearing, but even more suspecious about his replacement, Mr. Otis.  But there's an even deeper darker story behind it all.

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Fear (by Michael Grant)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Hannah, grade 12

In the 4th novel of the Gone series the kids of Perdido Beach are facing even more struggles.  As the Darkness is emerging the kids are forced to face their biggest and most deadly fears.  This novel unravels the true needs and fears the children are forced to face. 

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Hearts at Stake (by Alyxandra Harvey)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Katelyn, grade 6

I love this book so much.  The way Alyxandra has written this book is captivating.  Out of all the vampire books I read this is by far one of the best.  Alyxandra is a great author.

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Fear (by Michael Grant)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Jessica, grade 10

This book is everything I wanted from the 5th book.  It answers many questions from the previous books.  It has a great ending and I can't wait for the final book!

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