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  • jacred2021
    jacred2021 added a book review.
    What would be going through your head if your dad got killed because you froze up? Well in “No Man’s Land” by Susan Bartoletti that's exactly what happened. The protagonist is Thrasher and he has only one friend. The setting is his grandpa's house in the forest and the army camp and little bit of the town and a battlefield. One of the conflicts that happened was his father died trying to save him because he froze right in front of an alligator, and another one is he had to eventually have to fight in a war he technically shouldn’t be in. I would recommend it to people who like war and sad stories, maybe someone above 6th grade so they know how to say the words and understand what they mean and i wouldn’t recommend it to anyone under 6th grade because it’s a war story so maybe anyone above the age 11-12 could read this book.(in my opinion)
    3 months ago
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    gaigebar2021 added a book review.
    Combined over 6.4 million people died in the Holocaust, Syrian War, And the Crisis in Cuba and thousands of Refugees fleeing to other countries trying to get their freedom according to the New York Times. Alan Gratz showed the ways people were treated and felt in all of these huge situations in history in this book combining 3 fictional characters and showing their journeys just how it happened in real life. All the characters in this story were fleeing their country Germany, Cuba, and Syria and they left for good reasons, saving themselves from extreme danger. Josef, Muhammed, and Isabel were all children when really bad stuff happened in their country making them flee to countries letting them in. Many people tried to hurt them and people like them in their era Fidel Castro, Cuban Police, Adolf Hitler, Nazis,Aleppo so many people just tried to hurt them and make them scared. Just a explanation on how bad it was Muhammads apartment got exploded, Someone's father got beat up by police it was terrible. Refugee was really cool. It had real events with fictional characters and people who like history with a little bit of fiction that were about 12 and up would love this book.
    3 months ago
  • gramac2021
    gramac2021 added a movie review.
    Creed is really good and it's like one of those generational movies, but it's not completely like the rocky movies but it has its similarities. I really like how the fight at the end is like a generational battle. The movies good
    4 months ago
  • gramac2021
    gramac2021 added a movie review.
    Jumanji is a good movie. the plot of it is good, and the character development is good even though the characters are before development. It's humorous at points and serious a mix of both.
    4 months ago
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    thank you for the good information i defently wanna read this book thanks to you
    4 months ago
  • gramac2021
    gramac2021's book review was featured in The Savage Fortress.
    According to Oxford Languages dictionary Determined means “having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it” determined is a really good way to describe protagonist of this book. The title of the book is “The Savages Fortress” By Sarwat Chadda, the protagonist of the story is named Ashoka or Ash Mistry. This book mainly takes place in India. The antagonist of this story is Lord Alexander Savage and The Rakshasas. The cool flashback at the beginning of the book, you’re really going to want to pay attention to that part because it has a lot to do with the book. Also the arrowhead do not take that lightly if you end up reading the book you’ll see why. Determined is a really suitable describing word for him because, he swore to his uncle and aunt who unfortunately died in a car crash that he’d protect his sister lucky. I really enjoyed this book while reading it. It’s like an underdog story and I really enjoy those. He wouldn’t let her out of his site at all times unless physically forced apart or they threaten to hurt her. I would recommend this book to ages 11 and higher, it’s a lot to take in all at once.
    4 months ago
  • gramac2021
    gramac2021 added a book review.
    According to Oxford Languages dictionary Determined means “having made a firm decision and being resolved not to change it” determined is a really good way to describe protagonist of this book. The title of the book is “The Savages Fortress” By Sarwat Chadda, the protagonist of the story is named Ashoka or Ash Mistry. This book mainly takes place in India. The antagonist of this story is Lord Alexander Savage and The Rakshasas. The cool flashback at the beginning of the book, you’re really going to want to pay attention to that part because it has a lot to do with the book. Also the arrowhead do not take that lightly if you end up reading the book you’ll see why. Determined is a really suitable describing word for him because, he swore to his uncle and aunt who unfortunately died in a car crash that he’d protect his sister lucky. I really enjoyed this book while reading it. It’s like an underdog story and I really enjoy those. He wouldn’t let her out of his site at all times unless physically forced apart or they threaten to hurt her. I would recommend this book to ages 11 and higher, it’s a lot to take in all at once.
    4 months ago
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    jacred2021 wants to read this book.
    By Susan Campbell Bartoletti
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