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  • elimac1718
    elimac1718's book review was featured in Among the Impostors (Shadow Children Book 2).
    Have you ever imagined being an illegal third child? In addition to being an illegal child you have to learn how to blend in with new surrounding. Well the book Among the Imposters by Margaret Peterson Haddix shows just that. “Among the Imposters” is the second book in a series called Shadow Children. Luke Garner or should I say Lee Grant, all of his life he’s been hiding avoiding the population police. Population police are officers who encourage the law of illegal third children to help population levels decrease. They also invade people’s homes searching for exneys (illegal third children), executing the third children when they figure that they are actually third children. Luke was sent to the school of Hendricks with a fake I.D playing the role of a boy named Lee Grant. Hendricks School of Boys is a windowless school with brutal students who disrespect Luke, and the teachers are absolutely oblivious. One day Luke discovers a door that leads outside. Will Luke discover what lies outside of the Hendricks school? Will his question unfold? You have to read Among the Imposters to find out. I recommend this book or series for people in 5-8 grade who enjoy exciting thrillers because I feel that this has a pretty deep content. I also feel they might not understand the meaning, and purpose of the book or series. I hope you enjoy reading this book as much as I did.
    9 days ago
  • sumstl1718
    sumstl1718 added a book review.
    What would you do if you had to evacuate your home? The book I am reading is Between Two Skies,The way the author wrote this book, Between Two Skies, was just amazing. Some were cliffhangers, because you wanted to know what was next. The setting was in Bayou Perdu Louisiana and new orleans, the time period is August 23-31 2005, this hurricane was a category 5 the hardest most powerful a hurricane can get, the name of this hurricane was hurricane Katrina. The protagonist is grandma, in this book is concerned because of the hurricane she tells everyone we should leave… but they end up leaving the next because it was Evangeline’s birthday. The antagonists, Evangeline’s friend is struggling because she has a choice to make because the hurricane is coming and Evangeline is telling her to leave but she is really hurting herself because she knows everyone is evacuating except for her. One of the problems is that they don’t have a lot of money and the are going to have to rent for quite some time because of what the hurricane did to their town and their house. Another problem is that all the house in the town of where they live it is 8 feet under water. I recommend this book to a reader who likes to read a little bit of sad and a little happy, overall this book is great for someone in the 7th-8th grade.
    9 days ago
  • maddow1718
    maddow1718's book review was featured in Kale, My Ex, and Other Things to Toss in a Blender.
    Do you like books that switch perspectives? If so this is the one for you! What if your best friends boyfriend breaks up with her at a pool party and cheats on her? You make a fake account on Facebook and get back at him! In the book Kale, my ex, and Other Things to Toss in the Blender by Lisa Greenwald, Mia and her boyfriend did everything together and then at the pool party he broke up with her. Mia was very heartbroken and couldn’t stop talking to Seth which just made things worse for her but Justine had a plan to fix everything. Justine and Mia made a fake Facebook and started to talk to Seth through messaging. To get things off Mia’s mind about Seth they started working at Justine’s uncle’s snow cone shop. But instead of selling snow cones they started selling smoothie which brought in a lot of money. But the thing is, Justine’s uncle doesn’t know about it. They find new love and a new life. This book I rate a billion stars because it's a book that you’ll start reading and never want it to end. This book I would say should be 6th graders because of some parts in the book but, I really recommend this book!
    9 days ago
  • maddow1718
    maddow1718 added a book review.
    Do you like books that switch perspectives? If so this is the one for you! What if your best friends boyfriend breaks up with her at a pool party and cheats on her? You make a fake account on Facebook and get back at him! In the book Kale, my ex, and Other Things to Toss in the Blender by Lisa Greenwald, Mia and her boyfriend did everything together and then at the pool party he broke up with her. Mia was very heartbroken and couldn’t stop talking to Seth which just made things worse for her but Justine had a plan to fix everything. Justine and Mia made a fake Facebook and started to talk to Seth through messaging. To get things off Mia’s mind about Seth they started working at Justine’s uncle’s snow cone shop. But instead of selling snow cones they started selling smoothie which brought in a lot of money. But the thing is, Justine’s uncle doesn’t know about it. They find new love and a new life. This book I rate a billion stars because it's a book that you’ll start reading and never want it to end. This book I would say should be 6th graders because of some parts in the book but, I really recommend this book!
    9 days ago
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