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Felicia
02-28-2019
10:11 AM ET (US)
I am reading The Only Thing To Fear by Caroline Richmond. There are 280 pages in the book and I'm on page 182.

Five things I like
1. In the book I love how the author makes the characters come alive and relate to people.
2.The book does a good job at giving us lots of details so we know exactly what they look like.
3.You can tell that the author did some research on the event so its would give us a better view of whats going on.
4. I like how the author puts life into the characters, this shows that the author really wants you to visualize the characters as she did.
5. I like how she put some twist in the book and made people have super powers.
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Fallon Jackman
02-19-2019
10:14 AM ET (US)
I am currently read Hollow City by ransom Riggs. I am currently at page 139 out of 396.


1. I like the main idea of the story
2. I don't like how the author has set up the book
3. I like that you get to image your own world and get to create what things look like in your head
4. I like that the book makes you wanna read more becasue there is always something interesting happening
5. I have learned that you need to stay together with People in hard times to get good outcomes or results
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Eleanor Dick
02-18-2019
12:52 PM ET (US)
I am reading The Hate U Give and am on page 209 of 444.

1. I like how real this book is on this topic.
2. I like reading about a life much different than mine.
3. I like how it takes place in current times.
4. I don't like the fact the the main character has to deal with these things.
5. I learned that life is much different for different people.
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Cooper Maras
02-13-2019
03:03 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading Warrior by Darrin Donnelly. I am in page 100 of 255.

1. I like topic of the book.
2. I like how he portrays the way of teaching his lessons/beliefs.
3. I like how the book is realistic fiction for the most part.
4. I like that you can apply these teachings to life.
5. I like the strong message the book gives people.
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Braidon Downs
02-13-2019
02:07 PM ET (US)
I finished the dead and now I am reading the fear I stoped at pg 139 of 486.

1. I like that this shows that no matter how young you are you will live.
2. I learned that the world could end with out you knowing till it is to late.
3. I like that kids can live with out adults.
4. I like the why they worked all the different groups of kids to gather.
5. I learned that nothing will truly change in the world even when it ends.
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Abbie Cain
02-13-2019
11:08 AM ET (US)
I have finished the book The Long Walk by Stephen King and I am reading The Eyes of The Dragon by Stephen King. I am on page 326 of 372.

1. I dislike the fantasy genre that this book is under.
2. I learned that this book is very different from most Stephen King novels.
3. I like that I am trying something new by reading a fantasy novel such as this one.
4. I like the way the narrater interacts with the reader.
5. I like they end of the novel more than the beginning because it is more adventurous.
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Aysia Hall
02-13-2019
11:06 AM ET (US)
I finished reading the book We Were Liars by E. Lockhart on February 10. I started reading the book The Line by Teri Hall on February 11, and I am on page 126 of 219.

A few things I like about the book:
1. This book relates a lot with government.
2. The book contains some mystery behind it.
3. There are some plot twits within the story.
4. The Line creates curiosity.
5. The book withholds a lot of background information on the characters and how they came to be.
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Elliot Uehling
02-13-2019
11:06 AM ET (US)
I'm currently reading 'The Fault in Our Stars' by John Green. Today I stopped at page 193 out of 313.
1. I really like Augustus, just imagining him is really fun.
2. I like that Hazel is just trying to live her life, there's no big inspirational factor about how shes gonna help other kids with cancer or anything, she's just living.
3. I like how Hazel and Augustus' relationship is almost sorta a slow burn.
4. I've actually learned a few new words from this book.
5. A bit off topic, but I really like a shirt that Hazel has, it's a drawing of a pipe and it says 'this is not a pipe' under it. I think that's funny.
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Karlye Maras
02-13-2019
11:06 AM ET (US)
I have just finished the book In the Shadow of the Sun. I am currently reading Wonder today I stopped on page 299 out of 310.
5 things I have learned from the book:
1. That people who are like Auggie know when your staring at them and how that makes them feel.
2. That you should be nice to everyone.
3. You should stick up for people no matter who they are.
4. You should never make fun of people who are deformed because it makes them feel horrible.
5. You should be nice to and try to be friends with everyone.
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Caden Ideker
02-13-2019
11:06 AM ET (US)
Im Reading Swindle by Gordon Korman. Today I stopped on page 153 of 320.

1. I like the character development, it really makes the book more interesting.
2. I like the plot, in which surprises me every page.
3. I dislike the writing style, it doesn't give much added detail to anything other than characters.
4. I dislike the attempts to bring sports into the book, it doesn't fit correctly.
5. I have learned that persistence is a very admirable trait, which is expressed by the main character.
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Ethan Kueter
02-13-2019
11:04 AM ET (US)
Today I finished reading Wild Life by Cynthia Defelice. It was 177 pages. Previously I read Hatchet and The Winter Room, both by Gary Paulson.
1. I really like that the big is about love for the outdoors.
2. I learned a new shooting technique.
3. I dislike that Erik's dog got taken away.
4. I liked that it was based in North Dakota so I can relate to the conditions Erik went through in the wild.
5. I liked that Erik loved his dog Quill so much.
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Austin Brookfield
02-13-2019
11:04 AM ET (US)
Yesterday I finished the book "Dare Me" (336pp). I am now reading "Forever My Girl" by Di McLaughin. I stopped today on page 42 of 232.

1. I learned to always trust yourself even when you're in doubt. They use this when Liam leaves to go pursue his singing career.
2. I learned that never leave your loved ones behind because a lot of things can happen in 10 years or however long you're gone.
3. I really like the way the author puts the book in such fast reads.
4. I really like the way the author cuts down the chapters. They aren't to long and they aren't to short.
5. I really don't like how the author always goes back in time and talks about their life then. I would really enjoy it more if he talked about the future of the characters and what the characters are going to do.
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Makara jackson
02-13-2019
11:04 AM ET (US)
I am currently reading A Heart In a Body In the World by Deb Caletti. I am on page 260 of 355.
1. Almost every chapter starts with 5 or 6 facts about hearts, so each one of those has been interesting to learn.
2. Everybody deals with struggles in their own ways.
3. Grief is one of the hardest pains to go through.
4. Sometimes it's okay to not be okay.
5. We live in a very sick world.
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Rachel Eickman
02-13-2019
11:04 AM ET (US)
Today I finished The 100 by Kass Morgan. It was a survival and adventure book and was 323 pages.
1. I liked this book because it switched characters every chapter.
2. I like how half of the chapters were in the present and also past.
3. I didn't like how the relationships were so predictable.
4. The end of the book left me with a cliff hanger and wondering what happens next.
5. I learned from this book that I also like adventure/survival books.
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Chelsea Shumaker 2/13/19
02-13-2019
11:03 AM ET (US)
I finished two books, Deep and dark and dangerous which had 187 pages. But I also finished Obsidian with 335 pages.

1. I like this book, because of the main character, Katy. She is a funny main character.
2. Also, in this book I would usually read more of a sports type of book, but this is like a fictional and mystery book.
3. Loving the plot of the story with trying to solve challenges.The setting is in Virginia, with a seventeen year old girl, trying to find her way in life.
4. The book also has a little bit of a adventure tale in it. If a lot of action and fast paced plot.
5. Overall, this book is highly recommend if you love to read strong main character books that are funny, but also intelligent on how to handle things.
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Arriana Mausbach
02-13-2019
11:03 AM ET (US)
I have just finished reading the romance book The Foreseeable Future.

1. I really like how the author indulges into the feelings of the characters
2. The settings were very well described
3. The relationships were pretty dramatic
4. The chapters were short, which I really liked
5. I love the cover of the book, mainly because of the colors.
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