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  • selina
    selina added a book review.
    Jinxed is such an amazing book. It follows the life of Lacey Chu, our main character. Lacey always wanted to get into this elite, prestigious academy so that she can be a worker for MONCHA the biggest tech firm in the world for bakes which are customizable pets with all the capabilities of a smartphone. After being rejected from the school promising her future, she stumbles upon a highly advanced cat shaped baku. After repairing it, she calls it Jinx and it helps her get into her dream school. Soon after becoming accustomed to school life, she finds out the dangerous secret behind Jinx, which forces her to choose between her baku and her future.
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  • selina
    selina added a book review.
    Middle School Bites is a pretty funny book to read. Tom had a series of unfortunate bites the day before the first day of middle school that turned him into a part vampire, part werewolf and part zombie. At first, he hated being what he is because his bully, Tanner Gantt, would have another reason to bully him. In the end, things turned out better than expected and everyone in school loved him.
    10 months ago
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  • selina
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    The Beast is an amazing book. From inside jokes from Pokémon to the lovable characters, there is nothing that could make The Beast any better. I mean who wouldn't want to read a book about five kids trying to save their town from total destruction? I mean doesn't it kinda sound like Stephan King's It? I mean just like it the kids are working together to save their world from total annihilation . So go on ahead and read it. You won't be disappointed.
    About 1 year ago
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    This book is the most inspiring book I have ever read. The tells the story of people who faced many hardships since they were children. It shows how they fought against what they were forced to do. And in the end they did succeed. This book should be read by people of all ages because they will get the same will power that these activist had since childhood. I believe that once the reader finishes this book, they will surely fell very motivated to do the same for them and the people around them.
    About 1 year ago
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    Hey guys! its been such a long time since ive been on here lol
    About 1 year ago
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    I love this book, and I can't wait to see the movie, the way the author writes the book explaining Natasha's troubles really opens my eyes to see how many problems there are in the world dealing with illegal immigration.
    About 1 year ago

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