Mr. Dillon

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  • norrisdaba
    norrisdaba added a book review.
    This book was made a while ago, but I enjoy it so much because it relates to modern day times. it talks about how a guy named teddy lost a sister in a drive by shooting and he vowed revenge. Turns out he actually didn't get revenge, he got a new little brother Micah,
    Almost 5 years ago
  • norrisdaba
    norrisdaba is reading this book.
    By Alan Lawrence Sitomer
    Almost 5 years ago
  • mayak12
    mayak12 added a book review.
    Zach's Lie was a great, adventurous, keeps you ingaged in the book. I loved this book because it made you think you were there at the location , at the problems . Probably the best book I've read . It has great writing tecniques and ways to explain things to keep you interested in the book.
    Almost 5 years ago
  • krystalk
    krystalk added a book review.
    I decided to read it because I like mysteries and suspense. This book was the perfect combination of two of my favorite shows; Eye Candy and The Fosters. Don't Turn Around starts off as a foster kid runway (Noa) wakes up in a warehouse with a cut down her stomach. The whole book is about Noa and Peter (both hackers) and their POV. They find eachother and work together trying to find out why she was experimented on and what Peters parents REAL jobs are. They find out that they are both connected because of the virus that kills Peters brother. From then on they try to figure out more.
    Almost 5 years ago
  • anabananna
    anabananna added a book review.
    I read this book recently and thought it was very interesting. It has a lot of Mystery and action throughout the book. I've never read or heard of a book like this. The main theme about this book was that there were people called peculiar, and Jacob's grandfather was one of them. I found the book was very thrilling other then the beginning and up to the part were Jacob's grandpa was killed. I rate this book a 4.8 out of 5 because I really enjoyed it and I kept wanting to read more. I will be reading the second book, in the series, as soon as I finish the one I am currently reading.
    Almost 5 years ago
  • gpark123
    gpark123 added a book review.
    This is a great, classic book by George Orwell. Animal Farm is one of the greatest book written by George Orwell. It's very entertaining and has surprising twists. It represents the Russian revolution well and also totalitarianism. You can immediately tell which animal represents who. It also tells a moral. The moral is to take care of whoever you have power over or they'll revolt against you. This is a great, entertaining book that I would highly recommend. Also, this book doesn't have a lot of pages so if you don't like to read, read Animal Farm.
    Almost 5 years ago
  • kkate
    kkate added a book review.
    This book was very interesting. It's about a young girl and her family and their life during the Chinese revolution. They had to face many hardships while hosting Comrade Lee, who was for the revolution unlike them. Overall I thought this book was very informational and I would recommend it.
    Almost 5 years ago
  • warrior042
    warrior042 added a book review.
    I enjoyed this book because it was full of mischief and a very good story. it was about Johnny Gibbs running away because he had to go to another foster home. After this Johnny completely turns his life around and goes from nice to horrible I would recommend reading it.
    Almost 5 years ago
  • kkate
    kkate has read this book.
    By Ying Chang Compestine
    Almost 5 years ago