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  1. If you could meet any character from any book, who would you get to know? I would love to chat with Hermione Granger from Harry Potter; I feel as though she would have interesting stories and that we could relate to each other easily.
  2. Was Mim Malone a good representation of female teenagers? Although the book was well-written, I found myself constantly drawn out of the plot because she was written as a quirky, unique teenaged girl. "I only like 80s music," or "Ugh why would someone write 'Just Breathe' on a bag?" She's so Original and Independent, too much so that it is a really poor representation of teenagers. What are your thoughts? However, I did like the ending. Did you see them coming or were you just as surprised? Have a nice day!
  3. Review of Doubloon Cove: The Secret of the Ancient Visitors by Kelly Novak This novel is set in Massachussets in the early 1990s. Jeffrey and Steven are friends from school. Jeffrey has a younger sister Cindy. Jeffrey and Steven are looking for adventure, as the novel starts, they are in a shed on Jeffrey's family home, which they in innocence. When they go to Jeffrey's house, Cindy is in her bedroom as some repairmen have came while their parents are out. They are in fact thieves looking to steal some artifacts of their parents, but are foiled and don't succeed at it. What happen
  4. Great paperback or Kindle book for the holidays. "More Then A Game" Baseball is a funny game. In one way or another, it was also Jack Bosen’s life. Growing up as a pitcher, Jack found comfort in a faith filled family and on the pitcher’s mound. With his father’s guidance, Jack learned the discipline necessary to compete. Because of the example set at home, Jack also learned the value of believing. Until the pillars in his life were taken. He lost his mother at age 11 and his father to cancer as a senior in high school. It was his father that kept Jack holding on to his faith after hi
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