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    xetaliked a comment in Warriors: The Broken Code #1: Lost Stars.
    TLDR: The Lost Stars is an perfect opening to the next and newest Warrior Cats series. Overall, this book was GREAT, I feel as though the Warrior series keeps getting better and better, you can tell that the authors put a lot of heart into their stories. This book was action packed, full of twists, character development and even humor at times, I strongly recommend it to longtime Warriors fans as well as newcomers to the series: you'll love it. ---------- Full Review: The Lost Stars is an perfect opening to the next and newest Warrior Cats series. At first when I found out there would be three new POV (Point of View) characters I was a bit disappointed and hesitant to read it, because I knew I was going to miss Alderheart as a POV character especially, but soon after beginning it I realized it was actually a great way to start off a fresh new series. Our new point of view characters are Rootpaw a warrior apprentice, son of Tree and Violetshine; Shadowpaw, a medicine cat apprentice, son of Tigerstar(the new one) and Dovewing; and Bristlefrost. Rootpaw is a sweet, driven cat who just wants to fit in, but having a father like Tree makes it quite difficult and he finds himself often getting teased by the other apprentices. Shadowpaw has been singled out from the start as a significant and important character who will definitely have a big impact on the story; at first I figured he'd just be another annoyingly special snowflake, but as I read on, I appreciated the Hunters believable portrayal of him as a troubled, somewhat misguided cat who just wants to do the right thing: he makes mistakes and is not always perfect, that's what makes him cool and relatable. And Bristlefrost, let's just say I relate to her the most, she's outspoken, ambitious, a bit over the top in some ways, and she has big plans for the future so of course, the Hunters had to put a stick in those plans, and the way she deals with those obstacles are what make her so likable to me. Overall, this book was GREAT, I feel as though the Warrior series keeps getting better and better, you can tell that the authors put a lot of heart into their stories. This book was action packed, full of twists, character development and even humor at times, I strongly recommend it to longtime Warriors fans as well as newcomers to the series: you'll love it. ~ Xeta <3
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    xeta added a book review.
    This book kept me laughing every other page, and I've read it so many times I can hardly remember. I think it's worth the read for anyone would wants a good laugh. :) ~ Xeta <3
    2 months ago
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    xeta added a book review.
    Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever was HILARIOUS, one second I'm laughing out loud and the next I'm shaking my head 'cause I relate to his struggles. Great book, totally worth the read. ~ Xeta <3
    2 months ago
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    xeta added a book review.
    I got this book for my birthday, about 3 years ago and I can't even count how many times I've read it, it's so funny and it just put a smile on your face or adds a giggle to your day. :P It's really fun to read, though some may find it inappropriate as it deals with relationships, and what not. ~ Xeta <3
    2 months ago
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    xeta added a book review.
    One word: F U N NY. x) I've had plenty of experience being trapped in a car with my family plus pets, so this book was a relatably hilarious ride. ~ Xeta <3
    2 months ago
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    xeta added a book review.
    While, overall I found this book considerably enjoyable, Double Down fell a little flat for me. It wasn't as funny as other books in the series and Greg's character felt a bit cold. Other than that, I still got in a few laughs. My advice: if your a long time Diary of a Wimpy Kid fan it might be worth the read, if not, start off with another book in the series. ~ Xeta <3
    2 months ago
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    xeta added a book review.
    I've yet to read this one but I can't wait to check it out at the library, taking into account the rest of the series I'm sure this one will be just a fun and hilarious. ;P ~ Xeta <3
    2 months ago
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    xeta added a book review.
    I was so in love with this book series when I was younger and I still am. x3 It's refreshing to read a story about a girl who's not perfect, in fact far from it, who makes mistakes and gets awkward and feels peer pressure like a REAL PERSON! I loved Nikki's adventures and there's a good chance you will too. :) ~ Xeta <3
    2 months ago
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    xeta added a book review.
    Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters was packed with action, adventure, humor and there wasn't a moment when I was bored reading this book.
    2 months ago
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    xeta added a book review.
    Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Titan's Curse, was an enjoyable fast paced book that kept me interested and invested till the last page, however it wasn't as great as other books in the series, so I've only re-read it a couple times. Still, it's a really great book so I'd recommend it to anyone into action, adventure, and humor. ~ Xeta <3
    2 months ago

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