I think that this book gets of to a slow start but by Chapter eight the book really held my interest. This is a pretty long book that I would recommend to any true readers, but if you are just reading because Mom/Dad is making you then this is probably not for you. I rated this book five stars because there were multiple twists and turns at the most unexpected of times.
The Losers Club title already has me wondering and curious, what is this book about. I mean, what happened to these kids that made them to be the Losers club. This book is rated 5 stars, so I am interested in trying a new, different book out and seeing how this odd club fixes whatever problem they have. Hopefully, the solution is finally being called something, other that "the losers". I am really excited to start reading.
Alec loves to read, but he reads books in his classroom instead of paying attention, but when the principal says that if he's caught reading in a class, he'll be sent to summer school. He starts an after school reading club so that he can just read, but when more and more people want to join, he doesn't know what to do, especially when the school bully joins. This was a great book, and I would absolutely recommend it.
The preview looks nice.. but what I don't like is how he ALWAYS reads his books no matter how many times the teacher/guardian/ or any responsible grown up has told him. To be a book worm you don't have to constantly read a book 24/7. Sometimes you can just lay on your bed while reading a good book.
This book was a very interesting and to read. It was about Alec and him so into reading that it gets him into trouble. Alec just wants it to be quiet when he is reading and I would want that too. So he makes a club so he could read in peace. He also makes its name The Losers club so no one would join.