jeffdaboss's Activity (362)

  • editor
    editor replied to a comment in
    Summer-reading-17-badgeyour choice - I would get it done right away before you forget
    About 3 hours ago
  • editor
    editor replied to a comment in
    Summer-reading-17-badgeyou have to have 10 approved reviews to get all prizes
    About 3 hours ago
  • editor
    editor is now following pizzagirl7.
    About 6 hours ago
  • editor
    editor replied to a comment in
    Summer-reading-17-badgeYou can start doing the review to earn one or all three prizes that are available this year - We will just not be able to send them to you until we receive the consent
    About 7 hours ago
  • editor
    editor has joined a reading program.
    About 7 hours ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    Three Times Lucky was not a book that I enjoyed. The basic plot was a 12-year old trying to solving several murders and kidnapping cases. There are few books that I can't finish, or only finish because of obligation. Three Times Lucky was one of these books. Although the plot idea was interesting, and the writing style was very good, I think that the concept could have been executed differently. This is definitely a book for young adults, not younger kids. There were many gory scenes, and hair-raising experiences. It was basically a murder mystery. Overall, I do not suggest this book. However, every person has the right to their own opinion.
    2 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    The Penderwicks was a very interesting book. It is not the type of material I usually read, but I still loved it. Usually I read books about adventure, mystery, magic, etc. This story was more classical, and in earlier times. The Penderwicks was about a family of four girls who go on vacation for three weeks and meet a boy, who needs help. He is about to be sent off to military school, and his mother is being married to a horrid man. Nothing is going his way, and the Penderwicks decide to help. There isn't really breath-taking scenes, and it is not an action-packed book. However I recommend this book to everyone. Especially those who love classics such as Little Women and the Secret Garden.
    2 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    I think this book was very well-written. Personally, this was not my favorite book. But that is because I do not really like to read comics. I know however, that many people do. Those that do enjoy anime, I think will like this book. It is original, and very funny. many jokes are made. There is no real plot line to this book, there is not a goal that is met. it is mostly just connected jokes. I recommend this book to younger children, and to cartoon and anime fans.
    2 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor wasn't that great of a book. The plot was predictable, and you knew what was going to happen next, even if you didn't know exactly how. I think that nobody would like this book. For teenagers and above this book would be boring. For younger kids, I think they would have a hard time following the story. It is very complex, and has many technical terms. Of course, some people who really enjoy robotics and other science topics, they may like this book. It is about young Frank Einstein, who builds two self-learning robots for his local science fair, to win the money to save his grandpa's shop. But then his rival shows up-and things start going on. Will Frank win? Will he save his grandpa's shop? What will happen next?
    2 days ago
  • snicker9
    snicker9 added a book review.
    The Giver is a dystopian book, focusing on Jonas. Jonas lives in a world without color, without feelings, without imperfection and sickness. Until Jonas has his ceremony of 12(basically a variation of graduation) that is, and recieves his job: Reciever of Memory. He is the new apprentice of the Giver, a mysterious and recluse old man. Soon Jonas begins to see color and things he never realized. He learns what they are being protected from-and what they are missing. He learns terrible secrets of his community. But what can he do about it? Will the unseen tyranny be revealed to those around him? I recommend this book for dystopian and fantasy lovers, for middle grade and up. I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.
    3 days ago

Badges (12)

First Book Create an Avatar Wrote First Book Review Wrote 10 Book Reviews Wrote 25 Book Reviews Wrote 50 Book Reviews First Movie Wrote First Movie Review Joined Mac Kids Book Club Joined Summer Reading 2015 Joined Summer Reading 2016 Joined Penguin Rookie Reviewers

Following (2)

editor
snicker9

Followers (17)

editor
frankiebaby
kjtennis
awesomessb
jayiswavy1
kittycutie
jenny12345678
waterlily1255
super10
koolkat75
awesomeperson5
ashspikachu03
lrohne2005
crystaldolphin
funkyfish2696
pinksheep_boss
beastmode1000

Most DOGO Points

RankNameScore
99hyper_monkey1782 points
100fluffymarshallow1778 points
101spider20011722 points
102iifreeze1717 points
103egghead441699 points
104jeffdaboss1672 points
106sherlockcutepup1617 points
107smileyguy2461612 points
108srox1583 points