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  • wolfdog
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    Very clever! But what if this isn't just for space? Could it also be useful in fields of medical research?
    About 9 hours ago
  • applemango
    applemango added a book review.
    This was a good book, however the only thing I don't like about it is that it ends as a cliff hanger. Jinny's best friend changed as he left the island Deen. He grew colder, and much less friendlier. Jinny however has a different plan in mind she is going to stay on the island. However, is staying the best option? Is it for Jinny or really her younger partner Ess? Does Evie too, have a scratch in her heart? However when Jinny doesn't leave bad things start to happen, things like the children walking into a beehive....there is the verse and the rules or else the sky will fall. In the end though, will Jinny leave on the green boat?
    About 9 hours ago
  • kruzingwithk9s
    kruzingwithk9s added a book review.
    When Opal and the others find a figment, it becomes quite confusing because the Darkdeep is not active. On the other hand, they found a weird sulfur smell down by the Darkdeep, and there is red algae bloom that isn’t normally there. Opal has been feeling a pulling sensation to certain things, along with a voice in her head that she thinks is coming from Thing. Emma gets a job as a grip on Freakshow (a show that investigates animals like Bigfoot). And the Freakshow crew is coming to Razor Point to find the Beast. Opal finds a symbol that looks almost like the Torchbearer symbol. But they don’t know what it means. On one night there is hail that is… glowing??? Can they keep the figments hidden from normal people? At this point, things can't get any worse… right? I did not read the first book in the series but had no problem following the story line in this one. I am going to go look for the first book and then wait for the third book when it comes out. I thought that this story was going to be scary but I was wrong, it's a thrilling adventure.
    About 9 hours ago
  • inmemoryofcpr
    inmemoryofcpr's book review was featured in The Green Book.
    Pattie, her family, and a few others are the last to leave Earth just before the great disaster. On the new planet, called Shine, they struggle to survive as supplies dwindle, time runs out, and danger lurks among them. Pattie and her friends explore the planet and discover many interesting things that may prove useful for them. I would recommend this for ages 9+ this book reminds me that a day will come when Earth will not be able to support life, because of us. I am sad of all the polluting and everything. I hope this book can inspire everybody to conserve and save the Earth.
    About 9 hours ago
  • inmemoryofcpr
    inmemoryofcpr added a book review.
    Pattie, her family, and a few others are the last to leave Earth just before the great disaster. On the new planet, called Shine, they struggle to survive as supplies dwindle, time runs out, and danger lurks among them. Pattie and her friends explore the planet and discover many interesting things that may prove useful for them. I would recommend this for ages 9+ this book reminds me that a day will come when Earth will not be able to support life, because of us. I am sad of all the polluting and everything. I hope this book can inspire everybody to conserve and save the Earth.
    About 9 hours ago
  • inmemoryofcpr
    inmemoryofcpr added a book review.
    After being bought by a mysterious man, Mara now serves as a spy. But when another man hires her as a spy too, Mara finds herself caught in between to arch enemies and supports both of them. But she finds herself falling in love with one of them and just when Mara decides to stop helping the other man, she is caught and now Mara and Egypt’s fate are tied together. I would recommend this for ages 11+ this book was actually really good for a school book. The plot is very interesting and cool and it seems so real. I would definitely recommend this.
    About 9 hours ago
  • inmemoryofcpr
    inmemoryofcpr's book review was featured in Making Friends.
    Dani has always been unpopular so when she finds an old, dusty notebook. She draws her favorite character which is from a movie. Dani doesn’t realize that the notebook is magic and the character comes alive from the page! After understanding the notebook’s magic, Dani draws a girl that will be her best friend and make her popular. But they get into a fight and now things are worse off then ever! How will Dani ever be able to fix things? I would recommend their for ages 11+ this book is sort of weird and fantasy ish so if you don’t like fantasy I wouldn’t recommend this. It was still really good and the characters were really fun. Not the best book but still good.
    About 9 hours ago
  • inmemoryofcpr
    inmemoryofcpr added a book review.
    Dani has always been unpopular so when she finds an old, dusty notebook. She draws her favorite character which is from a movie. Dani doesn’t realize that the notebook is magic and the character comes alive from the page! After understanding the notebook’s magic, Dani draws a girl that will be her best friend and make her popular. But they get into a fight and now things are worse off then ever! How will Dani ever be able to fix things? I would recommend their for ages 11+ this book is sort of weird and fantasy ish so if you don’t like fantasy I wouldn’t recommend this. It was still really good and the characters were really fun. Not the best book but still good.
    About 9 hours ago
  • inmemoryofcpr
    inmemoryofcpr added a book review.
    When scientists discover that Earth will soon have no more power and energy left, the Catstronauts are sent to put a solar panel on the moon to get energy! But with the clock ticking and all the problems, how will they ever be able to complete He mission? I would recommend this for ages 8+ this was a super cute book and the pictures were also really nice. It does not seem as realistic but that’s fine since this is for younger children.
    About 9 hours ago
  • ajg16
    ajg16 added a book review.
    Jessie, a fourteen y/o girl has lived in Clifton, Indiana almost her entire life. When children start getting horribly sick from a disease called diphtheria. Jessie's ma tells her that it IS NOT the year 1840 it is actually the year 1990!! Jessies ma and pa had moved to a historical preserve when she and her sister where very young and have lived there since with other families. Now with the other children being so terribly sick and the medicine supply has stopped it's up to Jessie to secretly leave Clifton and find a man her Ma knew and trust to send help... Before it is to late. I loved this book! I look forward to reading part 2. Very suspenseful and exciting and dangerous through out the entire book. He ever a dull moment. Thanks for reading -Ajg16's reviews
    About 9 hours ago

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