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Megan Madsen
03-15-2016
11:26 AM ET (US)
I just finished reading The Running dream. I am now reading Anything But Typical by Nora Raleigh Baskin, I am on page 25 of 173. I chose option B. In this book Jason Blake is a young boy that is autistic. He can't live without his parents because they help him be able to talk and understand things. The second thing is that he can't live without writing. He explains everything he is thinking in writing. How he thinks and what he thinks about. The last thing is he can't like without his only friend Rebecca. he is scared she will just focus on the autism, not the person he really is inside. I am excited to finish this book!
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Emma Aasen
03-15-2016
11:25 AM ET (US)
I am reading Now by Morris Gleitzman. I am on page 46 and there are 128 pages. My main character in my book could not live without Zelda. Zelda means a lot to him, they went through the Holocaust together and then something happened to her. He now only has a locket of her with her parents. When they were kids he would tell Zelda to wear it to keep her safe. He is now old and his granddaughter is named Zelda and protects her like the real Zelda.
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Alexa From
03-14-2016
02:03 PM ET (US)
I am reading Requiem by Lauren Oliver and I am on page 100. If I made a video game based on my book, the game would have different places that you could play at. One would be the city of Portland where all the cured one would be, and another would be in the woods where all the invalids were. There would be fighting, and you could be an invalid running away from officers from Portland, or it could be the other way around. I would also have an option to play Alex or Jullian, and the goal of the game would be to try and escape the cured one and try and save Lena. The video game would be full of action and romance.
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Tyler Renken Actual Post
03-10-2016
02:29 PM ET (US)
I am still reading Halt's Peril, it has 286 pages in it and I have reached page 194. I would say the main character is Will Treaty. One of the biggest things he could not live with out is Tug. Thats his righthand man or should I say horse. He also wouldn't be able to live with out coffee. He loves coffee and will try to get it whenever he can. Last thing he can not live without is Halt. He is wills teacher and almost like a father figure for him.
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Makenna Maras
03-10-2016
02:28 PM ET (US)
I am reading The Brilliant Light of Amber Sunrise by Matthew Crow. There are 296 pages and I stopped on page 113. My main character is Francis. He could not go a day without reading, he loves to read it teaches him new things. He is in a ward because he has Leukemia and he only has one friend and her name is Amber. They end up liking each other so he could not go a day without talking to her. He also like showing people up when it comes to brains.
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Silas Hoffman
03-10-2016
02:28 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading If We Survive by Andrew Klavan, there are 339 pages and I stopped on page 277 today. If there would be a video game made about this book, a good name for it would be Survival. I this video game you would go through the events that happen in the book like missions. This game would probably be in first person but you could also make it third person. A couple fun things you could do in these game missions would be driving trucks, shooting guns, and escaping form bad rebels. I think this book would make a pretty interesting game that I would consider playing.
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Stephanie Rueter
03-10-2016
02:28 PM ET (US)
I just finished my 7th book, Call The Shots; I'm starting Endangered by Lamar Giles, it has 280 pages in it, I started on page 1 and finished on page 40.
My story is about a girl named Lauren (Panda) and she's like a ghost but isn't really a ghost, she's a Hall Ghost and has a website named Gray Scales where she takes photo's of people and puts captions on them. So if my character, Panda, were to post a SnapChat, it would be about her newest picture, it's usually about Keachin Myer. She'll probably post her latest photo that she did in the book. It's her old gym teacher Coach Botin and Keachin in a car together, they're dating. It would be probably the clearest photo that you'll ever see since she's the best at taking photos. It would have a caption saying "Keachin takes Phys ed way so seriously". Knowing her she'll put it on instagram and Facebook too. She'd post this because she's a Hall Ghost and no body really notices her, but she doesn't really know who's watching her....
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Cassidy Eidsness
03-10-2016
02:27 PM ET (US)
I am reading That Summer by Sarah Dessen. It has 198 pages, I stopped on page 78. If Haven were to post a photo and message on Instagram it would probably be a picture of her sister and her sister's fiance. The caption would probably say "Can't wait for the wedding and for this to be all over", her family is all caught up in her sister Ashley's wedding. Haven is pretty invisible in her family it mainly consists of her sister's wedding, her mom, and her dad's new wife. She just wants everything to be over and for everyone to be happy like a normal family again. Haven's post would probably seem nice but she probably wouldn't mean it in a nice way.
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Shane Spencer
03-10-2016
02:27 PM ET (US)
I am reading Throne of Glass. The book has 404 pages and I am on page 262.
The three things Aelin Ashryver Galathynius can't live without would be her sword Gladrin, the Amulet of Orinth and the wyrd keys.
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Branzon Underwood
03-10-2016
02:27 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading the book Jungle Force by Jim Eldridge. Today I stopped on page 39. If I could create a video game about my book I would probably title it "Jungle Force". The reason for this is because it is a standard military book where they go in and have to rescue a hostage. The format would be about a man being captured by Somalians and the objective of the mission would be to enter in the building and rescue him. I would make the game as lifelike as possible without going over the top. Most games make it to where you can get shot multiple times without dying. But in mine it would be one or two shots and killed.
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Macallister Hoffman
03-10-2016
02:27 PM ET (US)
I am reading Star Trek The Next Generation: Grounded. Today I stopped on page 190 of 268.

If my main character were a crayon, he would be a red crayon. Generally the captain wears a red suit so the color would represent him well. Being that this is the case, it would be hard to picture him as any other color. I could not pick the color blue, for a crayon that represents him, if he is never wearing that color but instead a different color. He would also be red because he is a fierce leader of his people.
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Sarah Dickerson
03-10-2016
02:27 PM ET (US)
I am reading The Rising be Kelley Armstrong. It has 406 pages and today I ended on page 368. The three things that my main character could not live without would be, Kenji, Daniel, and a forest. She wouldn't be able to live without Kenji because she's her dog. She loves her more than anything else. She could not live without Daniel, her best friend, because they grew up together, and rely on each other for everything. She also wouldn't be able to live without a forest. She has a deep connection with forests, and can't go a day without being in or near one.
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Katelynn Urness
03-10-2016
02:27 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading The Clockwork Three by Matthew J.Kirby. The book has 386 pages, and today I stopped on page 285.
Prompt D: There are multiple main characters in my book. First of all, I think that Frederick would be a gray crayon. He is kind of boring at some points in this story, and he isn't happy a lot of the times. For Hannah, she would be a pink crayon. She is a fun person, and she has gone through a lot in her life, so she is a strong person. And finally for Guiseppe he would be a blue crayon. He would be that because a lot of people love him, just like people like the color blue.
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Jaida Horrell
03-10-2016
02:27 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading Alive by Scott Sigler, this book has 345 pages and today I stopped on page 71. If there was a video game based off of this book, it would be a puzzle solving game, in a way. From what I have read, they all have awoken out of coffins, and are finding their way out, so I would make this a decision making game, to which the player has to make decisions that will alter the ending, and even change the way a character feels about you. There wouldn't be any strict rules to this game, only that they have to find their way out of the catacomb like place, and find the answers as to why they were awoken. If you make a wrong decision, you could end up getting one of the characters killed and such. Perhaps you have taken a wrong turn in the game, and then you have ended up back where you started.
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Jordan Goldammer
03-10-2016
02:27 PM ET (US)
I just finished reading Game by Barry Lyga which has 550 pages, and just started Blood of My Blood by barry Lyga which has 468 pages and I stopped on page 40. If Jazz (my main character) were any crayon he would be the black glitter crayon. I believe he would be black because he was raised by a serial killer, and he thinks he is destined to be just like his father and kill a ton of people. I also think he would be a black crayon because he is sort of the black sheep in the family, his entire family is like clinically insane but he isn't. Which I guess it isn't that hard to be a black sheep in this family if the only requirement is to be "normal". The reason I picked the glitter black crayon is because there is a light inside him (glitter) he is determined to not be like his father and he wants to do good in the world. Which he has so far in this book series, he has caught one serial killer and saved who knows how many lives.
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emily nelson
03-10-2016
02:26 PM ET (US)
I'm reading Ten Thousand Skies Above You. There are 426 pages and I ended on page 375. These are the three things I think Marguerite couldn't live without. Number one would have to be the firebird. If she couldn't jump through dimensions and find out the truth she probably would've been killed, abducted, or be in love with Theo instead of Paul right now. Number two would be the shock wave that make her the 'perfect traveler'. Her ability to travel safely is what is keeping her and her family alive from Conley. Number three is art. In every single dimension she needs to be able to draw or paint, it's part of her.
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