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  1. Sophia says:

    Book Review: “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe” by Benjamin Alire Saenz

    Despite being a mouthful to say, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe was an amazing book. If you like deep books that make you think but don’t hurt your brain, you’ll love this book.
    If you like books about two boy’s friendship and how it and they grow then you’ll love this book.
    If you like books that are similar in style to Rainbow Rowell and John Green, yet in it’s own style, you’ll love this book.
    In short, Aristotle and Dante will make you fall in love, will make you never look at the name Aristotle and the name Dante the same way again, and will make you wanting more.
    (And don’t worry, there *will* be more. The sequel, There Will Be Other Summers, comes out either this year or in 2017.)
    Read it!
    You’ll never regret it!
    -Sophia :3

  2. Ryan says:

    Book: Unwind
    Author: Neal Shusterman
    This book is about a world where children can be taken apart completely and harvested for their body parts. This parts are then used to fix injuries of adults. Once you reach 18 you cannot be chosen and the heroes of this book are 17 and have been sent to an unwinding camp! I found this novel interesting due to both its dark story line and overall depressing writing style. It makes one question what lengths can be taken to save a persons life? Is it worth the life of a child? Even if said child is poorly behaved, can you do that? Interesting and exciting I reckoned this book a read

  3. Abigail says:

    A Thousand Pieces of You has a very interesting take on interdemensional travel and the effects it has on it’s inhabitants. The premise is very clear cut and easy to digest. Anyone who wants a quick read with a bit of romance will enjoy this book.

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