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Category: Book Review

The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex

A book review by Kendyl Bryant If you’ve seen the new Dreamworks film Home starring the vocal stylings of Jim Parsons and Rihanna, you might be surprised to learn that […]

Geek Girl: Le Geek, C’est Chic

Geek Girl by Holly Smale A book review by Christopher Moore Plot: 20/20                                              Harriet Manners knows a lot of things. She knows that a cat has 32 muscles in each ear, […]

The Last Apprentice by Joseph Delaney

Witches, dragons, and Jeff Bridges. There are a lot of entertaining elements in the new film Seventh Son. Unfortunately, it hasn’t exactly been pulling in glowing reviews which won’t just […]

Destined to Be a Classic

Wonder by R.J. Palacio A book review by Christopher Moore   Plot: 20/20 The story centers around August “Auggie” Pullman; a ten-year-old boy with a terrible facial abnormality who wants […]

You’re a Champion, Never Gonna Fall

Champion by Marie Lu A book review by Christopher Moore  Plot: 20/20 The explosive finale to the Legend trilogy. June is, once again, working with the Elector Primo and the Republic while […]

A Dystopian Legend Scores Highly

Legend by Marie Lu A book review by Christopher Moore   Plot: 20/20 The plot revolves around two characters: June, who works for the Republic and Day, the Republic’s most […]

What a waste of good banter!

Rowell’s Attachments delivers excellent characters in a cliché romcom. It might be a great waste of good characters and witty banter, but it’s definitely worth the read. Attachments by Rainbow […]