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Elizabeth Carda
04:30 PM ET (US)
I'm reading The Memory of Light by Francisco X. Stork. It is 324 pages and I'm on page 142.
Pay it Forward day.
There are plenty of characters in my book that does stuff for others all the time. Vicky ends up giving Gabriel the courage to speak about his problems. When Gabriel speaks he ends up giving everyone a better perspective on how people are special. Dr. Desai always tries to help the patients heal from their illness. She is always there for them when they need her.
Jason Koval
04:29 PM ET (US)
23 mins in hell 161 pages on 100.
To move on forward in my book something happen that are good. The things he goes throw are terrible but the out come is great. Everything that he goes throw happen for a reason also. It is really cool to know how all of it goes down and its all Gods plan. This book gets straight to the point. One thing that I love about it is that what it does is straight to the point. Very scary also but its still a great read and the ending always ends well.
Jenni Blue
04:29 PM ET (US)
I have finished reading Odd Thomas which was 446 pages, and am now reading The Maze Runner and am on page 37 of 372.
Odd Thomas is a fry cook with the supernatural ability to contact the dead. When he is warned about a mass murder that is about to happen, he makes his way to a mall that is about to be the scene of a horrific shooting. Odd Thomas was a baseball player in high school, and a good one at that. When he finds several security guards dead, he hides. Taking a baseball bat from the sports outlet in the mall, he smacks the perpetrator upside the head with the bat.
Kaitlyn Schaunaman
04:28 PM ET (US)
I am reading The Summer of No Regrets and stopped on page 260 of 285.
National Take our Daughters & Sons to Work Day. My book has a lot of family connections and how Brigitta's is so impacted by her hippie family. Luke is also very misunderstood as his mom has some metal issues. Both characters are struggling to discover themselves and are realizing how important family really is. Even though Brigitta's family is pretty out of the picture, with the except of her sister, they come through for her at the end. Luke's family... I am unsure as to how that is gonna work out, but it seems like they'll figure it out. This book has a very heavy emphasis on family and its impacts and how important it is.
Julia Wendell
04:28 PM ET (US)
I finished Insurgent today. I am now reading Return To The Isle Of The Lost by Melissa De La Cruz. I stopped on page 51 of 309.

Morse Code Day- My book contains a message all the main characters receive. They do not know where it came from, or what it means. They all get the same message in different ways. Mal gets the message through a text. Evie gets the message by a comment on her social media account. Jay gets his message by a piece of paper. Carlos get this by an email. They all say that they should go back to where they came from, and before the new moon rises. Mal's message said that it was from "M". They have to fin out who this mysterious person is. They assume it is their evil parents. They all meet up and try to figure out the code.
Grace Dellman
04:28 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading The Zookeeper's Wife. There are 323 pages and I stopped on page 191.
This whole book focuses on people helping others in need. Jan and Antonina Zabinski's zoo was blown up by the Germans while the Germans were fighting the Polish. They live in Poland, but soon Poland is taken over by the Germans. The Zabinski's hide people throughout their former zoo compound. Most of them hide in their villa, but some stay in the former animal cages. The zoo is just a stopping place, and the escapees only stay until they find a new way out. Jan also goes into the Warsaw Ghetto and helps some of the Jews escape. Even though these are all punishable offenses, they risk everything to help others.
Tj Holloway
04:27 PM ET (US)
Im reading DevilsPocket by John Dixon and I'm on page 260 of 340.

There is a connection for my character doing something great for someone else. My main character Carl picked a younger kid off the streets and helped him to become a fighter. Tex (the kid), was a street rat until Carl showed took him in and showed him discipline. He fulfilled tex's dream of becoming a trained fighter. Tex is now a world champ in the light weight
Alecia Beigh
04:27 PM ET (US)
i just finished my book Sometimes it Lasts by Abbi Glines. I'm now currently reading Gardenia by Kelsey Sutton. the book has 258 and I'm on page 13.
Pay it Forward Day---- Cage does absolutely everything for Eva. When Eva thought that Cage was cheated on her, she was just broken and ended things with Cage. Cage didn't actually cheat on Eva. Ace, his roommate was mad because Cage was taking over his position in baseball. Ace set cage up and put stuff in his drink and took pictures of cage and this girl and sent it to Eva but nothing actually happened between them. Cage is everything he could to get Eva back and to trust him. Cage and Eva got married and now expected a baby together.
Jacob Bradfield
04:27 PM ET (US)
I finished the book Among the Betrayed and started on Among the Barons. I am on page 11 out of 182.

My book is all about doing things for other people. Nina, one of the shadow children, help three children escape from prison. Those three kids were on death row and if Nina wouldn't of helped her escape then they would of died. In turn, the three kids helped Nina survive by tricking the police and getting her a fake ID. It all came around in a full circle this time.
Jaden Luke
04:27 PM ET (US)
I am reading the Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. It has 320 pages and I stopped on page 68.
Morse Code Day
The secret message in my book is why Jack killed the family and how the ghosts died. The toddler is adopted by the ghosts and lives in the graveyard. The secrets are kept quiet. The boy never tells anyone. The ghosts have secrets too, they won't tell the boy why they died. So far in the book ,the biggest secret is why Jack killed the family. This book is filled with wonderful secrets and I can't wait to see many more as I read more and more
William Hunley
04:27 PM ET (US)
Im reading the book Payback Time by Carl Deuker im on page 100 of 294.
 National Take our Daughters & Sons to Work Day
in this book the main character is writing a story fro his school news papar and he has to write a story about his least favorite person ever and his name is Horst and he hates him with a passion. he has to write a big article about him but besides to do it about angel and suspected undercover cop but he cant get to him becuase hes hiding behind his couch and wont come out and talk about himself or who he really is. Kimi really wants to expose him so that there will be a good news article in the paper but she cant reach him
Jersie Reese
04:27 PM ET (US)
I'm reading Wildflower by Drew Barrymore. I'm on page 16 of 273. I finished Past Perfect by Leila Sales.
In my book the author is talking about her own life. How life was when she was a kid, where she lived and when it all changed. Her mom was an only parent so she didn't see much of her between the jobs. But she loved the place she lived it was the perfect amount of nature and new people. She didn't want to leave but her mom got a new job and so they moved into a real house in a city and her little bit of nature was gone but she began to love her new home.
Truman DickPerson was signed in when posted
04:26 PM ET (US)
I am reading Second Impact it has 270 pages and I stopped on page 180 today.

In second Impact, one of the main character's dad is the CEO of the local hospital. This is important throughout the novel, because sometimes Carla can learn stats about injuries that others can't. Carla's father also is shown to be wealthy because of his position as CEO. Carla's connection to the hospital throughout the novel are shown throughout the novel when she learns about various sports injuries. It also seems like that Carla's father's busy schedule with his job he is still shown as loving and caring for Carla.
Jordan Pechous
04:25 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. There are 348 pages, and I stopped on page 266.
There is a connection to National Prime Rib Day. Sheep, is one of the main cattle on the island, where Jacob and his father are on. And recently, on the island, many of the Sheep have been murdered. People saying they were killed with clean cuts, of a knife or razor. Because of this they blame the younger kids of the island, but it is not. Jacob believes it is either the "monsters" or the new, creepy, guy on the island.
Isaiah Tschetter
04:25 PM ET (US)
I'm currently reading "Necropolis," by Anthony Horowitz. I'm on page 222 out of 389. Morse code may not be used in this book. Although, secret messaging is used a lot. In the dreamworld objets and people signify what is about to happen in the real world. Like a statue of a gold miner, that was used to stop of assassination of a candidate for president in this book. Also "PG70" was used to set up a secret meeting in a temple, although I haven't found out it was with yet. So in conclusion, secret messaging is an important part to this book.
Kaelynn Ahrendt
04:24 PM ET (US)
I have recently finished Right of Way. I am currently reading Because of Low by Abbi Glines. The book has 290 pages and I stopped on page 174.

Pay It Forward Day--There is a character in my book named Cage. He isn't one of the two main characters, Willow and Marcus. He watches out for Willow. Willow has had a really hard life with her family. So Cage lets Willow sleep over at his apartment whenever her sister kicks her out. Cage and Willow have been friends since they were little. Cage looks out for Willow and is very protective of her.
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