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  • rjoli2021
    rjoli2021's book review was featured in Notorious.
    Have you ever tried to solve a murder mystery and just find your self going in circles while the anwswer is stading right in front of you? In Notorious by Gordan Korman you get to experience boths of those situations from tons of different points of views. Keean, after coming down with tuberculosis, has just moved to centerlight an island that is half Michaigan and half Canada. Zeebee who has lived in centerlight found Keean a couple months after her tragic loss of her dog Barney. No one but Keean believes her when she says Barney was murdered. The antagonist in this book is the never ending evidence that points them in different directions but always meets in the same spot. Keean and Zeebee find conflicts from turning into enemies to overthinking it while the answer is right under their nose. Anyone that is looking for a mystery filled book that makes you find yourself trying to figure out the mystery before them this book would be a perfect book. I love this book, but this book has some strong language. I would recommend this book for 7th grade and up
    3 months ago
  • gibvil2021
    gibvil2021's book review was featured in [The 5th Wave] (By: Rick Yancey) [published: July, 2013].
    What would you do if you lost everything to something which you didn’t know existed until just a few months ago? Cassie Sullivan goes through all of this in The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey. In Ohio, the invasion of the “Others” has hit hard. People have been kidnapped, brainwashed, even just flat-out murdered. Cassie’s brother, Sam, was kidnapped by the Others months ago, and has been trying to save him since. After being shot by a soldier for the Others known as a "silencer” she is saved by a mysterious guy named Evan, and he helps Cassie get to Sam. The two of them find the camp where Sam is being held, and from there it’s a fierce battle liberating him from the brainwashing site. This book is an absolutely amazing, action packed adventure, and I’d have to recommend this to people who like books like The Maze Runner, as it is about a dystopian society and has the same sci-fi elements. Quick content warning though, this book should definitely be read by 7th grade and up, as there is very frequent violent content.
    3 months ago
  • jayjen2021
    jayjen2021 added a book review.
    Picture joining a secret organization and taking a test that rewards a huge cash prize but is different from any test you have taken before. In The Glass Gauntlet by Carter Roy protagonist Ronan Truelove and his friends Greta, and Sam led by Blood Guard overseer Dawkins take an ultimate test but it isn’t all how it sounds. I would recommend this book to 6th graders and up as there is some violence. In my opinion this book is great and I enjoyed reading it. Ronan’s dad holds something very important and has no intent of giving it to them. The book takes place in the Blood Guard training camp and the Glass family mansion where the tests are held. After one of his friend’s soul was captured by his father, Ronan joins the Blood Guard on a mission to retrieve it. A test rewarding high money is held and Ronan and his friends enter not only after the money. Will Ronan and his friends pass the tests and figure out the dark mystery behind it? Maybe, just maybe, Ronan, his friends, and the Blood Guard will meet the man who they have sought after all along.
    3 months ago
  • gibvil2021
    gibvil2021 added a book review.
    What would you do if you lost everything to something which you didn’t know existed until just a few months ago? Cassie Sullivan goes through all of this in The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey. In Ohio, the invasion of the “Others” has hit hard. People have been kidnapped, brainwashed, even just flat-out murdered. Cassie’s brother, Sam, was kidnapped by the Others months ago, and has been trying to save him since. After being shot by a soldier for the Others known as a "silencer” she is saved by a mysterious guy named Evan, and he helps Cassie get to Sam. The two of them find the camp where Sam is being held, and from there it’s a fierce battle liberating him from the brainwashing site. This book is an absolutely amazing, action packed adventure, and I’d have to recommend this to people who like books like The Maze Runner, as it is about a dystopian society and has the same sci-fi elements. Quick content warning though, this book should definitely be read by 7th grade and up, as there is very frequent violent content.
    3 months ago
  • rjoli2021
    rjoli2021 added a book review.
    Have you ever tried to slove a murder mystery and just find your self going in circles while the anwswer is stading right in front of you? In Notorious by Gordan Korman you get to experience boths of those situations from tons of different points of views. Keean, after coming down with tuberculosis, has just moved to centerlight an island that is half Michaigan and half Canada. Zeebee who has lived in centerlight found Keean a couple months after her tragic loss of her dog Barney. No one but Keean believes her when she says Barney was murdered. The antagonist in this book is the never ending evidence that points them in different directions but always meets in the same spot. Keean and Zeebee find conflicts from turning into enemies to overthinking it while the answer is right under their nose. Anyone that is looking for a mystery filled book that makes you find yourself trying to figure out the mystery before them this book would be a perfect book. I love this book, but this book has some strong language. I would recommend this book for 7th grade and up
    3 months ago
  • wesgal2021
    wesgal2021 added a book review.
    Can you imagine making 2000 shots per day? Can you imagine playing basketball for 10 hours a day at age 40? That is what Kobe Bryant did every day. In the biography Showboat, by Roland Lazenby it goes through his life stories and all of the challenges he faced. Kobe Bean Bryant was born in America, but his whole childhood he was raised in Italy. Kobe Bryant Played for the Los Angeles Lakers for his whole career. In my opinion, Kobe himself is his biggest enemy. He ruins the passing when he is in the game. Will he learn how to play as a team or will he get benched? Later in his career he was charged with some very serious crimes. The book is very descriptive and provides the reader with a good feel for what it is like to be Kobe Bryant. This book is for people that like to learn about people's lives. This book would probably be good for 7th grade and up.
    3 months ago
  • jayjen2021
    jayjen2021 added a movie review.
    I watched this movie when it came out in the theaters and I have to say it was good. It had good humor and was funny (in my opinion). It had a plot that wasn't too confusing. I would recommend this because it isn't like other DreamWorks movies.
    4 months ago
  • jayjen2021
    jayjen2021 added a movie review.
    This movie is great! It has great humor and has a good story. I even watched a live performance on this movie. I've watched it many times and I have to say if you haven't watched it you should.
    4 months ago
  • gibvil2021
    gibvil2021 added a movie review.
    THE ONLY ONE OF THE THREE MOVIES THAT ACTUALLY FOLLOWS THE BOOK. Pretty good, if you want a review, go over to the books and look for the maze runner, then just read one there, but this is pretty good.
    4 months ago
  • rjoli2021
    rjoli2021 added a movie review.
    I love this movie it is very funny and great to watch
    4 months ago

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