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    I like the Weird but True books. I learn so many funny facts from them.
    Almost 2 years ago
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    I loved Carry On because it was almost like a sequel to Fangirl (also by Rainbow Rowell. Read it.) , and both are awesome! All the characters were well written (made? Don't ask me) and had their own points of view. I admired Ebb especially, because she preferred goats (goats!) to power, and who doesn't want power? (Don't say Ebb. That was a rhetorical question.) Simon's realization at the end (no spoilers!) was a great twist to the story as well. It's a very magical story, and well-written too. Anyone who has read Fangirl (or any one of Rainbow's books) should definitely read this.
    Almost 2 years ago
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    nerdynerdynerd has read this book.
    By Rainbow Rowell
    Almost 2 years ago
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    I love dinosaurs, and also love National Geographic. This looks really interesting!
    Over 2 years ago
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    I can't wait to read this. The first one was so funny!
    Over 2 years ago
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    I'd like to win this because the cartoons are super cute and narwhals and jellyfish are very interesting creatures. I really love graphic novels. Yet again, as always, I feel called to these books. Enough said?
    Over 2 years ago
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    I think I feel called to this book. I want it. Yah. I want it.
    Over 2 years ago
  • nerdynerdynerd
    nerdynerdynerd's book review was featured in The Martian.
    "Hey there." declared Mark Watney to his first potato plant. This was an interesting book. I enjoyed reading it, but at the same time I was pulled onto Mars and into Mark's world. He had a lot of food-the rest of his crew aborted misson and left him there, supposedly dead. But no! He was alive, and (partially) well. (Except for the fact that a satellite slammed into him and stabbed him, but that's unimportant.) With the potatoes in his food stash, he decided to grow some. And maybe set himself on fire once. Maybe. Then, his potatoes died. Nobody likes cold temperatures on Mars. Then, Rich Purnell decides to try to help save him. NASA declines. But the rest of the Ares III crew (those rebels!) use Rich's maneuver. And Mark is saved. The rest you know.
    Over 2 years ago
  • nerdynerdynerd
    nerdynerdynerd added a book review.
    "Hey there." declared Mark Watney to his first potato plant. This was an interesting book. I enjoyed reading it, but at the same time I was pulled onto Mars and into Mark's world. He had a lot of food-the rest of his crew aborted misson and left him there, supposedly dead. But no! He was alive, and (partially) well. (Except for the fact that a satellite slammed into him and stabbed him, but that's unimportant.) With the potatoes in his food stash, he decided to grow some. And maybe set himself on fire once. Maybe. Then, his potatoes died. Nobody likes cold temperatures on Mars. Then, Rich Purnell decides to try to help save him. NASA declines. But the rest of the Ares III crew (those rebels!) use Rich's maneuver. And Mark is saved. The rest you know.
    Over 2 years ago
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    nerdynerdynerd has read this book.
    By Andy Weir
    Over 2 years ago

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