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Deep Blue by Jennifer Donnelly is an amazing beginning to the Waterfire Saga series. Serafina spends her days practicing song spells and preparing for her Dokimi, the ceremony where Alitheia declares her blood of the crown, or kills her. The … Continue reading
Across the star-swept sea is a romantic, futuristic story about Persis Blake, a flirty, famous, beautiful, stupid girl on the royal court. Justen Helo, a Galatean, a medic and traitor to the revolution with a dark secret, and the mysterious Wild Poppy, a mysterious person who … Continue reading
East by Edith Pattou is a remarkable tale told by Ebba Rose, a young girl born to replace a her older sister, who was an east born, who suddenly died; Neddy; a Northwest born, her older brother who is closest to her; … Continue reading
Heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy everybody! Legend of the timekeepers is a great book that tells the history of the timekeepers. The book starts in Atlantis, where Lilith’s family is getting ready to move away with an arch. The book then travels, along with … Continue reading
This week I read Tomorrow Girls by Eva Gates. There are four books to the Tomorrow Girls series. this week I will be reviewing book one Behind the Gates. the back of the book reads Disaster and destruction are all that 13 … Continue reading
I am doing my book report on The mostly True Story of Jack by Kelly Barnhill. This is an amazing book. here is a short summary: When Jack is sent to Hazelwood, Iowa, to live with his strange aunt and … Continue reading
this week or two i will be talking about The Mostly True Story About Jack by Kelly Barnhill.