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    camlav added a book review.
    Dark life by Kat Falls This book is about a guy named Ty and his girlfriend named Gemma. They encounter lots of earth shattering earthquakes so the only way to survive underwater. On their journey they meet a lot of their friends trapped underwater. By now your probably thinking how do they breath underwater well they have suits with rebreathers on them so they can live deep under water. For food and water they go to sunken ships that where there from the Beginning by that I mean the Rebels with big submarines shoot down other submarines and scavenger bots. If you are still wondering if there are huge monsters in deep blue yes. Maybe there are some still in our ocean today but they encounter big heavyweight giants that swim but don't eat but megalodon does. Rebels are people who scavenge around for food. They are basically people from the apocalypse but they are saine at the same time. If they were to go up to the surface they would deal with some pretty bad radiation sickness. But there very little chances you could survive because there are lots of tsunamis happening which break the floor and causes immediate volcanic eruption. In this book they live in the ocean because the world has basically ended and the only way to survive is to go underwater. The protagonists of the book are Ty and Gemma,the antagonist of the book would probably be the raiders or the Rebels. The one major conflict is that they have trouble surviving and the other major conflict is that most of there things get taken by the raiders.Ty tried his best by gathering food and shelters for other people,and they can't really do anything to the raiders because they have armor,guns,food,medicine,and men (lots of them).Personally I liked the book because it was sort of my type of book what I mean by that it is a fictional book.But I highly recommend this book for kids who can read with speed because I just barely finished the book in time. BY: Cameron Lavoie
    Almost 5 years ago
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    By Kat Falls
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    camlav's book review was featured in No Summit out of Sight: The True Story of the Youngest Person to Climb the Seven Summits.
    Have you been considering to read any of Jordan Romero's books? You probably haven't. If you were considering to read one of his books a good book to start out with would be No Summit Out Of Sight. If you noticed the title it's about summits/mountains and it's about a boy who looks at a mural with all the tallest mountains in the world. So he got inspired to climb all the mountains. He climbed his first mountain when he was 12. Once he tells his dad his dad wanted him to follow his dreams so they started training, struggling, and bonding on the way to climb the summits. The first mountain they climbed is in Africa and it is called Kilimanjaro. On their journey they run into lots of dangerous ice, running out of (body) energy, falling, and the agony of being cold. At the age of 15 he became the youngest person to reach the summits of the tallest mountains. His journey begins in his hometown of Georgia and he climbed mountains all over the world from 2007 to 2011. The protagonist of the book is Jordan Romero and the antagonist of the is Jordan, dad, and Karen because they struggle on there way to each and every mountain. One major conflict was the mom because she was worried about Jordan's safety and because she didn't want him to get frostbite either. Another conflict was they were in the middle of the mountain and Jordan didn't want to go any further because he was to cold and he was struggling to walk because he had no energy left. Jordan solved his conflict by resisting the cold and pushing through it. This was a very good book to read but I'm into fiction books but if you like nonfiction books this is a very good book and if you are wondering it's kinda based of a movie coming out called "Everest". But anyway read the book and enjoy.
    About 5 years ago
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    Have you been considering to read any of Jordan Romero's books? You probably haven't. If you were considering to read one of his books a good book to start out with would be No Summit Out Of Sight. If you noticed the title it's about summits/mountains and it's about a boy who looks at a mural with all the tallest mountains in the world. So he got inspired to climb all the mountains. He climbed his first mountain when he was 12. Once he tells his dad his dad wanted him to follow his dreams so they started training, struggling, and bonding on the way to climb the summits. The first mountain they climbed is in Africa and it is called Kilimanjaro. On their journey they run into lots of dangerous ice, running out of (body) energy, falling, and the agony of being cold. At the age of 15 he became the youngest person to reach the summits of the tallest mountains. His journey begins in his hometown of Georgia and he climbed mountains all over the world from 2007 to 2011. The protagonist of the book is Jordan Romero and the antagonist of the is Jordan, dad, and Karen because they struggle on there way to each and every mountain. One major conflict was the mom because she was worried about Jordan's safety and because she didn't want him to get frostbite either. Another conflict was they were in the middle of the mountain and Jordan didn't want to go any further because he was to cold and he was struggling to walk because he had no energy left. Jordan solved his conflict by resisting the cold and pushing through it. This was a very good book to read but I'm into fiction books but if you like nonfiction books this is a very good book and if you are wondering it's kinda based of a movie coming out called "Everest". But anyway read the book and enjoy.
    About 5 years ago
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