TEEN RATING: A good book, Of Mice and Men is worth a read if you like classics. Intriguing, and somewhat depressing, Of Mice and Men is either a hit or a miss. 2.5/5 13+ Continue reading Of Mice and Men
TEEN RATING: Although an incredibly thought out and amazingly descriptive novel – for me, Lord of the Flies was too dark and focused a bit too much on long descriptions rather than the actual plot. A great read for many people – but not for me. 2.9/5 12+ Continue reading Lord of the Flies
TEEN RATING: An emotional, heatwarming, sometimes sad story, Wonder shows the good that kindness does. This is definitely a must read for any type of reader, not matter their age. 4.8/5 9+ Continue reading Wonder
The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen Delain was a Kingdom, ruled by King Roland. Roland wasn’t a bad King, but neither was he a good King; he was the kind of Ruler that would be forgotten in the ever-growing lineage of Delain. Roland had an advisor, Flagg, and according to the villagers of Delain, … Continue reading The Eyes of the Dragon
1. Nyxia by Scott Rientgen.
2. Murder on The Orient Express by Agatha Christie.
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Teen Rating: Unfortunately Earthsea in my opinion, is written in a vague way in terms of getting to know it’s main characters, making it a very heavy read. This is a shame considering the lush picture Urlsa paints of her world and the effort she must have put into the book to do so. However, after a while I certainly got attached to the book, so it’s not all bad, but I won’t deny it is a struggle to read. ( So before you buy the book make sure you know your up for it) 13+ 2/5 Continue reading A Wizard Of Earthsea
Teen Rating: Ingenious, Murder on the Orient Express is a must-read for fans of murder mysteries. 4/5 12+ Continue reading Murder on the Orient Express