I enjoyed reading this book very much. I like the concept the author had of the kids having special magic talents. If you like fiction books about magic, you should consider reading this book. It surprised me a lot and I liked the plot twists too.
This book was nice to read. It didn't really capture me in that much, but I thought the puzzles and ciphers in the book were a really cool factor to the book. But if you really like puzzles and ciphers, you might enjoy this book a lot more than me.
I liked how this book was so exiting. Sophie and Agatha lived in a village where every once in a while somebody named the School Master who so far would take 2 kids one being good (typically pretty, kind, ect.) and the other evil (typically ugly, an outcast, ect). Sophie, who loved pink and wore fancy dresses looked like the best candidate for good, while Agatha wore black frocks, had a mean cat, and disliked people. When they are taken though, Sophie goes to the school for Evil, while Agatha goes to the school for good. Through a series of twists and turns, they find out how their story unravels. This book was really cool as it left me feeling hungry for what would happen next.
This book was really addicting. It follows the story of a girl named Sophie Foster who lived with her human family. Her life typically normal until her life took a 180 degree turn when she found out that she's an elf. Sophie is dragged into a world filled with danger and magic as she tries to find a way to navigate through it all. This book kept me hooked until the very end, and made me really want to read the other books in this series. I would recommend this book to anyone out there who likes fiction.
This guess I liked this book. It revolves around a character named Aru Shah. Caught in a lie, she had to light a cursed lamp to prove herself. The lamp released someone named the Sleeper who was determined to find the God of Destruction. On a journey to save Earth along with another girl named Mini, they get caught up in a universe of gods and demons. One thing I didn't really like about the book was that the main character has the tendency to lie a lot, and although I know that it was an intended part of her character, I still didn't enjoy it. Other than that though, it was decent enough
(Spoilers? Maybe?) Big Hero 6 is a heartwarming futuristic story. Supersmart Hiro loves experimenting with robots. There's only one problem: he bot fights. So his wise college-age brother, Tadashi, tells him to build something with all of his smarts. Something useful! Hiro builds Microbots, incredible little robots controlled by a headband that reads mind waves! He brings them to a program for people who want to get accepted to the mind-blowing college Tadashi goes to. After he presents the Microbots, guess what? HIRO IS ACCEPTED TO THE COLLEGE! He goes outside to talk with Tadashi...and the building bursts into flames! Tadashi runs in to save his professor, and the building explodes. I was ready to start crying right about then. After the funeral, Hiro is kind of depressed. But then he meets his brother's invention, Baymax. Baymax is a friendly, helpful medical robot. But after Hiro follows the one Microbot that he managed to save, he discovers something horrible. Someone stole his Microbots. Quick as a wink, Hiro changes all that Baymax was meant for and turns him into a superbot! With Baymax and some of Tadashi's friends, Hiro sets out on a quest to stop the evil villain, once and for all! The end leaves you gasping and laughing and crying. It's an amazing movie! Love it! 5/5! --BKS reviews