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    Amy wanted only to live with her parents when she got on Godspeed. But Elder finds her...and she is unplugged. Someone wanted to kill her. Amy tries to find the links between the unplugged people with the help of Elder. But the longer she is on Godspeed, the more she learns...until she learns something that will change the mystery completely. But who would want to murder these people...and why? This book is great for anyone who enjoys Legend, Divergent, or the Hunger Games.
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    I loved the Young Elites and the mysteries that surrounded them: Who are the so called "Young Elites", and why do they have the powers they do? One night, Adelina Amouteru runs away from home in the hopes of being free. But she kills her father in doing so and is set up to be burned at the stake. But when a mysterious boy by the name of Enzo appears, Adelina realizes she is stronger-and deadlier-than she thought she was. Five stars!
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    Hazel Grace Lancaster was lonely...once. But then she met Gus Waters, and fell in love. Soon enough, the two were recommending books-and after an Imperial Affliction, Hazel and Gus just HAVE to use Gus's Wish to go to Amsterdam and meet Mr. Peter Van Houten, author of an Imperial Affliction. But he wasn't as kind as they'd hoped-where was the man who'd understood dying so well? But then Hazel learns Gus's secret, which changes-literally-everything and leaves Hazel Grace alone in her little world. This is a great (but depressing) book. John Green is a really impressive author. Five stars!
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    This book was really great!! Harry, Ron, and Hermione are all wizards-three different types, to be exact. Harry is a half-blood-half wizard born, half muggle born. Ron is pure-blood-all wizard. Hermione is a muggle born-no wizard blood in the family tree whatsoever. All three were sorted into Gryffindor...and all three try to uncover the mysteries of Hogwarts. Why is Quirrell so shy and stuttery? Why does the gamekeeper have a dragon, and who is the mysterious man who gave it to him? Why are the unicorns dropping like flies? And what is the three-headed dog protecting? This book was funny, scary and best of all-wonderful! Anyone who liked Percy Jackson would love Harry Potter. Five stars!
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    National Geographic books are awesome! This looks supercool!
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    It is a well-known fact that plastic bottles, which take hundreds of years to decompose, are harmful to our environment. However, efforts by environmentalists to encourage consu...
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    Every New Year, millions of people make a resolution only to see it fall by the wayside within a few months, weeks, or even days. However, 26-year-old Luke Cameron is not amongs...
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    This was just an amazing book. Words just can't begin to describe how deeply the words on the page drove into my heart. The craft of John Green was something I fell in love with, and his ability to shape the words into just what he wanted giving the reader a better image was thrilling. The characters seemed so real. Everything realistic, beautiful, crystal clear. I found myself falling head over heals for so many characters in just pages of getting to know them. When their hearts ached and they cried, I found myself doing the same. But what I love about this book is that it's not trying to hide the pain of death from the reader, you. John Green doesn't choose to neglect the truth that people die, people leave, we move on. He didn't choose to ignore it and simply write a sappy fairy tale where everything goes "right." He addressed it head on, and lets us know through his characters that it's possible to get over deaths. He let's us know that when somebody we love leaves us, we are not alone suffering through this stage of mourning. Another thing I fell in love with this book were the philosophical meanings behind each chapter, each page, paragraph, sentence, word. Everything had a meaning. "The real heroes anyways aren't the people doing things; the real heroes are the people NOTICING things, paying attention." -The Fault in Our Stars, John Green
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