This is where we will share our summer reading.
Happy reading LMS students! I can't wait to read all about your book choices.
I'm currently reading The Silence of Murder, which I checked out of the Lincoln Library on the 6th grade Library field trip. I'm only 40 pages into it, but I really like mysteries so I think it's going to be good. I'll report back on it later!
I would recommend the book War Horse by Michael Morpurgo.
Zach, why did you like the book? I gave it to my daughter for Easter but haven't read it myself or seen the movie.
Ms. Copeland Mon, May 28, 2012
I finished the Chaos Walking series now I will be starting Insugent. And I have a list of about 5 books so I will need some more.
Lillian, I'm very curious what you think about Insurgent. I think I'm going to have to go buy it very, very soon. What did you think about the end of the third book in the Chaos Walking series?
Just finished 'City of Ashes' by Cassandra Clare.. only 547 more pages for the summer reading log!
Wow! It's only the first week of summer, and you're almost half way to your goal. I think you're going to blow past 1000 pages easily!!
I'm about a third of the way done with Tentacles by Roland Smith. It's the sequel to Cryptid Hunters. Lots of action, middle-school aged boy and girl as the protagonists. I definitely recommend both of them for anyone who likes action-packed plots.
Finished Tentacles; it's a light read that I really enjoyed.
I have 80 pages left to read until I'm done! Yay!! But I need a reading list.
Oh my gosh.. 'City of Glass' by Cassandra Clare was AMAZING! I cried on almost every page of that book... Wile waiting for the book, I also read 'The Chronicles of Narnia' series, too and loved it.
Just finished Wonder by RJ Palacio. It's realistic fiction about a middle school boy with an extremely deformed face. He goes to school for the first time in his life; the story follows him through his first year. Definitely a feel-good story.
Lillian, I'll work on a reading list for you soon!
Thank You Mrs. Copeland!
Lillian Y. Fri, June 1, 2012
Just finished HIVE #6. This is such a fun series! I would recommend it for anyone who likes action/adventure books. Gotta say, they're my favorite!
Ya I really wanted to read that book durning the school year but I was stil finishing up Harry Potter so I couldn't. That is definetaly on my reading list though.
Olivia S. Tue, July 24, 2012
Lillian, here are some suggestions. I'll add more later.
The HIVE series by Mark WaldenThe Extraordinary Adventures of Alfred Kropp (book 1; there are two other books in the series also.) by Rick YanceyDrums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie by Jordan SonnenblickStormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz (This is the first book in a series of 8? books featuring the character Alex Rider.)
Gotta go so I'll add more later!! Keep reading!!!
Lillian Y. Sun, June 3, 2012
WOW!! I am impressed.
It appears that Ms. Copeland is in the lead. Not surprised! ;) Even though I can't read as fast as Ms. Copeland, it doesn't matter. The important thing is to keep reading so that your brain is exercised.
I am reading Feng Shui of Mind & Body & Spirit & Home. The message is to keep your mind and body healthy. I learned that clutter can make you feel drowsy so I have been busy cleaning up the house. I certainly can't be tired on summer break!!
I finished Insurgent monday and it was awesome! So everyone read Divergent then Insurgent by Veronica Roth! And if anyone hears about a third book please let me know asap!!!!!!!
Lillian- thanks for the suggestion. I wanted to read that book all year, but it was always checked out! I'll have to get it from the Lincoln Library this summer.
Layne Zimmers Wed, June 6, 2012
Hello everyone! I hope you've had a great start to the summer reading. I've been reading the book What is the What. It's about the experiences of another Sudanese man that had to endure many of the horrific things that Salva did in Southern Sudan and Ethiopia. It also provides me with a better understanding of the Sudanese men and women who moved to the United States. Very interesting.
Side note: I know we have asked you to keep track of your page numbers this summer (thank you thank you), but if you get a chance and you have the time to guestimate, make sure to login your minutes for the district "Read 5" program.
Keep up the reading ladies and gents!
Just finished two very different books and enjoyed both of them.
The first one is Curveball The Year I Lost My Grip by Jordan Sonnenblick. I've read several others books by Sonnenblick and wasn't disappointed by this one. He write realistic fiction, typically about teenaged boys. This one centers on a boy who's grown up playing baseball but damages his elbow the summer before high school and can't play anymore. He's close to his grandfather, who has taught him about photography. His life changes a lot during his freshman year, and Sonnenblick does a nice job of letting us share in what's going on. There's nothing really surprising in this book. It's not too heavy handed and makes you really feel for the characters. Definitely recommended for anyone who likes realistic fiction.
The other book is Black Hole Sun by David Gill. It's science fiction with lots of action. There don't seem to be a lot of science fiction books right now for young adults so I wasn't sure if I would like this one or not. It takes place on the planet Mars, features some truly disgusting creatures, and is full of adventure. I enjoyed it and am guessing that it will become the first of a series. Interesting side note: the developers of Mars using global warming as a way to warm up a planet that's so far from the sun. I thought that was a nice twist by the author.
I took my kids to Barnes & Noble last night and bought way too many books! Actually, is there such a thing as too many books???? Probably should say that I spent too much money, not that I got too many books. Insurgent is one of them, but my son snagged it before I could. I've begun Miss Peregrin's Home for Peculiar Children. I've seen it mentioned on several blogs but hadn't thought too much about it. When I saw it at B&N and looked through it, I was hooked. It's the author's first book, and the writing/word choice is definitely a higher level than many young adult books. Lillian, I think you'd love it!
Keep reading, everyone!!!
I will look forward to that book Ms. Copeland. And I have just started Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton. It is about a girl with 'nightmares' that makes her have these visions.
Lillian Y. Wed, June 6, 2012
OH MY GOSH! I just picked up on Miss Peregrin's Home for Peculiar Children and finished. I started it towards the middle of the school year, but never finished it. I thought it would be a good time to try it again. It's an amazing book.
Ellie T. Wed, June 20, 2012
Unusual book! Finished it on a trip. Definitely going to be a series. The quality of the writing is higher than most books written for young adults, which I really enjoyed. A lot of adventure and some time travel twists. Love the peculiar talents of the kids!!
Ms. Copeland Sat, June 23, 2012
I'm not familiar with Angelfire, Lillian. Let me know what you think of it. As you know, I'm always looking for a new book!
Holy Cow!!! I finished Insurgent last night!! The ending is pure torture! Loved the book. The author did a great job with the sequel. For anyone looking for a series similar to The Hunger Games, Divergent/Insurgent is it. If you were at all disturbed by the violence in Hunger Games, this series is worse, I feel. Another very strong female protagonist, Tris Prior. The setting is Chicago in the future. Divergent, the first book, has more action than Insurgent, but Insurgent does a wonderful job of developing the characters as well as continuing the story. It's going to be a long, hard wait for the third book!!
I finished Angelfire yesterday and it was wonderful Ellie as the protagonist has these nightmares which are actually memories because she reincarnates whenever she is killed. She doesn't know that she is the preliator until Will a mysterioaus boy her guardian awakens her to her power to destroy reapers. This is a wonderful book with lots of action. there is a sequel and the third book is coming out next year.
I've been reading Angelfire, Lillian. This is a new type of supernatural theme - angels. The premise of this one is interesting. If I can come up with the name of the other one I read, I'll let you know.
Ms. Copeland Sat, July 7, 2012
Just got back from a few days out of town. I finished two books and will post about them tomorrow. Gotta unpack and settle back in at home first!
I just started Wicked by Gregory Maguire and wow.. is it amazing! I've read about 4,500 pages so far.
Woo hoo, Ellie!!! I'm impressed! For me, reading is the most relaxing thing I can do. I think I'm reading about four or five different books right now. Need to finish some and post about them.
Is Wicked the one that the play is based on? I've never seen it but want to very much.
Yeah, this summer I'm going to see the Broadway play. That's why I started to read the book. Wicked is kinda super political.(: I'm thinking of reading The Hobbit next.
Ellie T. Tue, June 19, 2012
Hey Everyone! All of these books look AMAZING!!! I can't deciede what to read next. I just got out of a play, so I have lots more time to read, and I'm re-reading (and re-reading) Fang by James Patterson. Im also looking for authors similar to sarah Dessen if anyone has any.
"Fang! Come back!" I started pulling his hair, shaking his shoulders. Hard. "Wake up! Snap out of it! You stupid jerk! I am going to kill you if you die on me!" I put my mousth to his ear. "Did you hear me?" I was yelling right into it. "Dying is NOT on the agenda! Not part of the plan!"
So glad to hear from you, Sarah! Love the Angel Experiment series by Patterson. Authors similar to Sarah Dessen? Be curious what the others think. I'll think on it and post later.
I know of some authors who's writing is similar to Sarah Dessen's if anyone was interested. The following is a list...Rachel VailKatie AllenderandPhoebe Stone!
Mckenna D. Mon, July 2, 2012
Sarah M. Sun, July 8, 2012
Mckenna D. Thu, July 26, 2012
I just finished reading Out of my Mind from my sister (hehe). It was a really good book. I am very sad that Melody never got to go to Washington D.C. though. :(
Is it realistic fiction? Who is the author?
Ms. Copeland Tue, June 26, 2012
Sage, I just checked out the title on Amazon and realized that it's one that I own. It was one that I've been meaning to read since I bought it. It's in my classroom library. I recommended it to several people, all of whom liked it. I have read many books by the author, Sharon Draper. Think I'll see if the library has a copy so that I can read it over the summer. Thanks for bringing it to the top of my list!
Just finished Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper. I've read quite a few of her books. I agree with you, Sage, that it is sad that Melody didn't get to go. Several of Ms. Draper's other books have a similar type of ending. Very realistic, no sugar coating, but with some rays of hope. Would highly recommend Tears of a Tiger and Forged by Fire, both by Ms. Draper. They are companion books; it doesn't matter which you read first. Tears is my favorite, if I had to choose between the two. We have both in our school library. Pretty sure you could get them at the public library too.
What else are you reading?
Ms. Copeland Fri, June 29, 2012
My mom just read out of my mind and she loved it too. Especially because she actually works as an inclusion teacher!
Have you read it McKenna? If not, what are you reading?
Ms. Copeland Mon, July 2, 2012
Love. That. Book. Love. It.
Just finished the book If I Tell by Janet Gurtler and it was very suspenseful. You didn't know what was going to happen next! I highly recommend it to anyone who likes realistic fiction
Love suspense! I'll be looking into it as soon as I finish typing:)
I just received notice that it's on hold for me at the library! I'm reading about four books right now I need to finish some of them so I can read this one. Thanks for the title!
Ms. Copeland Thu, June 28, 2012
If I Tell is an interesting book. I really like how it showed a lot of different conflicts at once and how Jasmine dealt with them. The author made me very curious about how Jasmine was going to handle her secret. I would definitely recommend this for Mrs. Vanderwater to buy for our school library.
Ms. Copeland Sat, June 30, 2012
That would be awesome!
Just finished one of the books I've been reading - When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead. It's been in my classroom library for a while, but I hadn't gotten to it. It's realistic fiction with a middle school girl as the protagonist. I really liked it, and it was an easy book to read. It starts off with a mystery, which includes some time travel. I know it's strange to say it's realistic fiction but has time travel, but it's true! This novel won the Newbery Medal.
I know I am behind with the times, but I just finished the first book in the Harry Potter series and I absolutely enjoyed it. I have never seen the movies, so I did not have a visual reference to some of the events in the book. After reading, I really want to play Quidditch and want an invisible cloak. Do they make those for Muggles? I’m patiently waiting for the second book to become available at the Lincoln Library.
You've started a wonderful journey!! I really want to start the series over and read straight through. There's definitely something to be said about waiting until the series is done being published before reading it. With a couple of years between each book being published, I sometimes had trouble remembering the details of the previous book. Personally, I think you did yourself a favor by not watching the movies yet. The movie in your head is ALWAYS better!
I just finished reading "The 20 Boy Summer" By Sarah Ockler which was 290 pages so that left me with 810 pages left to read this summer. And now I am reading "Matched" By Ally Condie. It is pretty musch summarized like this... "In the SOCIETY Officials decide. Who you LOVE. Where you WORK. When you DIE." AMAZING! And I only have two chapters left until I finish the first book of this series! So excited!!!!!
I enjoyed Matched and its sequel, Crossed. So glad you started this series. It's a good one!
We were gone for a few days, and I read Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King, which I checked out of the public library. This is definitely a book for more mature kids. I like it a lot. It's realistic fiction that switches back and forth in time. The f-word is used several times, and there are more adult themes. The main character, Vera, is a high school senior. The story covers her junior and senior year as she deals with the events before and after the death of her best friend, Charlie. If we had this at school, it would be in the 8th grade only section, and I would recommend it to kids who like realistic fiction.
I highly recommend 'Between Shades of Gray' by Ruta Sepetys
I've never heard of Between Shades of Grey, but I just looked it up on Amazon and it has wonderful reviews. Definitely need to add it to my list. I'll see if the library has it. Thanks for the recommendation!
Ms. Copeland Fri, July 6, 2012
I recommend The Last Song and Shiver I couldn't put those 2 books down!
Hey! So glad you joined us!! I've started Shiver but haven't finished it yet. I do know that it's part of a trilogy. Werewolves aren't my top choice, but it's been interesting.
Tell me about The Last Song. Don't know if I've heard of it or not.
I haven't read the book, The Last Song, but I have seen the movie (I'm usually against this, but didn't know the book existed at the time)! It's about a girl who has trouble with stealing and finally gets over it and back to her friends, when her father, who she hasn't seen in ages, calls her and her brother to Georgia to stay with him. Little do they know the reason why. Defiantly a good read.
I just finished Getting Over Garrett Delany by Abby McDonald. It's about a girl who became best friends with a high school senior, and falls in love. After two years of being best buds, Sadie (the main character), realizes that she has built her life on this guy. So she creates a 12-Step plan to get over him. I will leave you to find out if it works by reading it!!
Ok, so I'm reading Please Ignore Vera Dietz, and it IS really good. I like how Vera realizes what she has to do for Charlie, and is trying and trying to do it. I'm not far enough in to find out if she does it, but I an definitely intrigued by this book
The Last song is about a seventeen year old girl named Ronnie. Her parents are divorced and her father moved to Wilmington, North Carolina. Her father sent many letters but, she never read one of them, let alone seen him in the past three years. Until her father invites her and her brother to spend the summer with him. Her mother makes her go because their Mother knows something her and her brother do not. So they go to Wilmington and spend their Summer with their father. This book is filled with love on so many levels. I garuntee you will fall in love with this book. After you read it you should see the movie. They are simmilar but so different.
Haven't seen the movie or read the book. I'm heading to the library tomorrow so I'll see if they have it in. Sounds good.
Ms. Copeland Mon, July 9, 2012
Just finished Please Ignore Vera Dietzs, and I'm im kinda teary. It is SO AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I recommend it to people who like realistic fiction, but your'e right Ms. Copeland, it would definetly be in the eighth grade section of the library. I cant wait to get AngelBurn, the first book of the Angel Series. Angel Fire is next! I have Angel Burn on hold at LibraryOnTheGo, the library I use for my kindle.
So glad you liked it! Vera really grows up a lot in that year. She's an amazing person who learns from her mistakes. Lots to think about in this story.
Ms. Copeland Tue, July 10, 2012
Wowey this summer has been great! But still have had time for reading. I have read over 2,000 pages and am going to keep reading until I go to Arizona!
Glad to hear from you, Jasmine!! Tell us what you've been reading! We're all looking for more good titles. Over 2,000 pages - wow!!
Ms. Copeland Thu, July 12, 2012
I just finished reading a non-fiction teacher book. It's called The Together Teacher. Organization is an on-going struggle for me so I'm very excited by the information in this book. The author was a teacher, and she developed an incredible system that I'm going to implement. Such a relief to find someone who understands the life of a teacher and can help me get and stay organized during the school year. I really need it more than usual because I'm going to be teaching 7th grade Language Arts this year!!! Those of you who had me last year are stuck with me again:) It's been five years since I've taught 7th grade LA; I'm so looking forward to it!!!
I just finished reading This side of Paradies by Steven L. Layne now I'm starting to read Paradise LOST the next book in the series. I have 70 pages down just 930 to go. My goal is to be in the top 5 before then end of the summer im already tied for #7. Well back to my reading, by the way read those 2 books if you already haven't they are very exciting you never know what is going to happen next.-Noah Lawrence
I've read both of them and liked them very much. You're right - Steven Layne does leave you on the edge of your chair wondering what will happen next! If you like the little bit of science fiction in his stories, you might like Neil Shusterman's books. His books are similar in that way - suspense with some unusual twists.
Be sure to check back in with us and let us know how you're doing on your reading goal. I can't see the Read 5 list of readers for our school so I need you kids to keep me updated.
Ms. Copeland Sat, July 14, 2012
Think I just found a fun new series. The first book is Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry. I know the second book is out already. Just got the first one in the mail from Amazon. Zombies!! So far, it's a fun, easy read. Stay tuned!!
Wow! Just finished Rot and Ruin. It just moved to my top ten list! I'm plotting how quickly I can get the second book in the series. (I believe the third book is due out this fall.) It's another book set in the future of a ruined world. Yes, it's a typical zombie book in many ways, but it also gets into character, morals, and values. Not in a boring, heavy-handed way, but in a way that's completely appropriate and fits the situation. It's a book that grabs you, pulls you in, and keeps you turning the pages. LOVED it!!!
The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan is one that I checked out of the public library. It's also one of the free audio downloads this summer from Sync. It's a zombie story but with not a lot of action. Of course, there are chunks, especially at the end, with lots of action and suspense, but it focuses a lot on relationships also. There were a few times when I was ready for the story to move forward more quickly than it was, but, overall, I liked it.
Just 807 pages to go then my reading will be done for the summer.
You're off to a good start, Noah. Keep going!!
Ms. Copeland Thu, July 19, 2012
Finished Under the Mesquite by Guadalupe Garcia McCall last night. It's a story written in verse, which means in told in poetry. It's realistic fiction about a Mexican-American teenager dealing with growing up, her family, and school. It's easy to read, but I often found myself slowing down because the language is so beautiful. I would definitely recommend this book. Gorgeous writing!!
I've started the book 2312 its a science fiction book with big words and things but its interesting. (LOTS OF SCIENCE)
I'm very curious, Lillian. What is the focus of the book? What does the 2312 refer to?
Ms. Copeland Fri, July 20, 2012
I get to read it next....... or so she tells me..... :)
Sarah M. Tue, July 24, 2012
Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers is a story of Ismae, a young woman who is trained to serve Death. Court intrigues, love, battles, treachery abound in this novel. I liked the unusual situation that Ismae finds herself embroiled in. Good book!
So I just started reading The Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan, finally!! I have been waiting to get my hands on The Kane Chronicals for a while and I Just bought it on my kindle yesterday. After I finish that I will have read 3,995 pages. And here are all the books I read...
The Black Circle by Patrick CarmanIn Too Deep by Jude WatsonThe Vipers Nest by Peter LerangisThe Emperors Code by Gordon Korman Storm Warning by Linda Sue ParkInto the Gauntlet by Margaret Peterson HaddixCahills Vs. Vespers by Various different authorsThe Medusa Plot by Gordon KormanThe Tail of Emily Windsnap by Liz KesslerThe Castle In the Mist by Liz KesslerAmong the Hidden by Margaret Peterson HaddixThe Fairys Return by Gail Carson LevineSavvy by Ingrid LawThe Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan
Wow, Olivia!! You're on a roll!! I'm going to investigate some of those titles. Thanks for sharing your list!
Ms. Copeland Tue, July 24, 2012
No problem but I should tell you that the first eight books are tied to or a part of The 39 Clues series.
I haven't started that series yet. I should have started when it first began. Now, I get a little overwhelmed when I look at how many books there are. Do you do any of the online activities that go along with the books?
No I don't.
I am reading the Rangers Apprentice series by John Flanagan. I strongly recommend this series
I haven't read it, but my son loves it. He's read every book in the series.
Ms. Copeland Wed, July 25, 2012
I just finished The Throne of Fire and I LOVED it. it was even better than I expected and I hope The Serpents Shadow is going to be just as good if not even better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Rick Riordan RULES!
I'm reading the second book of the Leviathan series, it is way better than the first. Right now I don't know what to expect. When you think one thing is going to happen something else does. There is action around every turn. I've read 700 or 800 pages so after this book i'm done with the 1000 but im going to still read and finish the series.
I read the first book in the series but haven't read the second. You're making me think that I need to add it to my list!
Ms. Copeland Fri, July 27, 2012
Oh, my goodness!!! Just finished Dust and Decay, the second in the Benny Imura zombie series by Jonathan Maberry. Absolutely loved it!! This series ranks right up there with Hunger Games and Divergent. I'm going to be recommending this series to everyone for a long time. I'll have both books in my classroom library, but I would definitely check and see if the public library has it if I were you. Don't wait!!
just finished Only The Good Spy Young by Ally Carter. It's a very suspenseful book that you can't put down. Cammie Morgan ha a secret that the bad guys (A.K.A., The Circle) are after. But there's one problem. Cammie doesn't know what the secret is. This book in the Gallagher Girls Series is when Cammie discovers her secret. So far I have read close to 3,000 pages!!!
I read the first book in this series and really enjoyed it. It sounds like I need to go back and catch up!!
I'm impressed with your number of pages read - great job!!
Ms. Copeland Mon, July 30, 2012
I have read the whole series and I loved it. I really don't read romances a lot but this one was pretty good because there was action.
Olivia S. Mon, July 30, 2012
Up to 6883 pages, going on vacation so prepared to read more!
Holy camoly, Ellie!! That's a lot of pages! I think you're as obsessed as I am:)
Ms. Copeland Tue, July 31, 2012
Just finished The Serpents Shadow, that makes 4,567 (I am not kidding, 4567) and i am about to start reading Eragon!
Seriously impressive number, Olivia! I really liked Eragon. Let us know what you think of it.
When I said I wasn't kidding I ment I thought it was funny that the number I ended up with was 4,567 like 123,4567,89.
I didn't even notice that, so I'm glad you pointed it out. Numbers are fascinating!
Ms. Copeland Wed, August 1, 2012
I read over 1000 pages I read 1043.
Great job, Marcus!! Keep it up! Can you believe we'll be back in school in two and a half weeks?
I just recently uploaded onto the reading log how much minutes I had read over the summer. I did not read all of that in one day! As for all of that there were these 2 books that were super long because they had at least 300 words per page, so it took me well over 20 hours to finish each one because they were like 500 pages long.
Don't worry about how it entered them. Many people have encountered this same issue, and it's OK. Keep up the good work!Which two books did you read?
Ms. Copeland Sun, August 5, 2012
The Quiet War and Gardens of the Sun. Its a series. They were pretty muture :] I thought they would be more like more like Star Wars, but it was political and stuff, with betrayal and all that. It was still REALLY interesting. Like I said, muture stuff in that book :]
Capture the Flag by Kate Messner was a fun, easy read. Four kids trapped in an airport during a snow storm help rescue a stolen American treasure. I think it's going to be a series, but I'm not sure.
AHHHHHH!!!I pre-ordered Nevermore and it got delivered to my dad's office!!!! CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!!!
Found another new (for me) series - Young Samurai by Chris Bradford. Just finished the first book, The Way of the Warrior. If you like action, intrigue, and martial arts, you'll enjoy this series. Think I'm going to start the second book while I watch the Olympics with no sound!
I finished City of Bones and it was amazing I can't wait to read City of Ashes. Also I finished The Thin Executioner was also very intent.
I've never read any Darren Shan. Was this from the library? From the summary I read about it on Amazon, it sounds intense but intriguing. Did you like it?
Ms. Copeland Tue, August 14, 2012
Nevermore was......... I cant explain........ but GO READ IT!!!!!!! The perfect ending. I still prefer to have the adventure continue but, hey, everything's gotta have an ending at some point, right? Well, James Patterson's new series, Confessions of a Murder Suspect comes out in September, and I hope it will be just as great!!!!
The Thin Executioner was very interesting, it was very much like the book Blood Red Road, in my opinion. Also I finished Nevermore!!!! Thank you so much Sarah! This book is amazing I really enjoyed it and I was very surprised. Moreover the book ended great and everyone should read it!!!
I am reading Pure by Julianna Baggott. It almost reminds me of the third book of the Hunger Games in a way but it is less dramatic. So far i love it! I think anyone who liked the Hunger Games should read it!
JUST FINISHED MY 1000 pages only took 35 hours of reading I been forgetting to enter minutes so I just entered most of mine just now I made it just in time for school tomorrow HOORAY!!! Also when will we get our computers for school i know we have to wait like 1 month to take them home but when will we have them for class i bought a wireless mouse and Iturned 12 on the 14th................