Kamisama: my review

Finished book review by: Jiarong

Book written by: Julietta Suzuki
Total number of pages: 190

Genre: Graphic novel/comic/manga
My rating: *****, it was amazing

A brief summary of my book:
Nanami was taken home by Tomoe because of his father’s homelessness. At first, Nanami is reluctant, but as she lives with Tomoe, Onikiri, and Kotetsu she begins to understand and works hard in her new position as the Earth Deity. As the story progresses Nanami finds herself falling in love with Tomoe.

What I thought about this book:
This is a very interesting book, Nanami’s story can often make me laugh. At the same time, it also shows things about the kindness and helpful.

Economics Explained: my review

Finished book review by: Aniket

Book written by: Robert L. Heilbroner, Lester Thurow
Total number of pages: 270

Genre: Non-fiction/informational
My rating: *****, it was amazing

A brief summary of my book:
This book is about economics. It talks about all the basic principles of economics and expressed debatable topics. It concludes with a projection of where the economy might be going.

What I thought about this book:
I thought the book was really good as it explained concepts well. It also was very logical with little opinions and it answered many of my questions about economics.

Hell girl: my review

Finished book review by: Lilyan

Book written by: (don’t remember)
Total number of pages: 214

Genre: Graphic novel/comic/manga
My rating: ****, really liked it

A brief summary of my book:
A girl goes through many life crisis’. She finds a website that could only be accessed at midnight. In order to get rid of her problems, she has to sell her soul to hell girl.

What I thought about this book:
I think it’s a really good book, because it includes scary moments that are common to experience in your life. It makes me wish that this existed, only I don’t want to have the consequence of going to hell once I die because of it.

The Catcher in the Rye: my review

Finished book review by: Anoop

Book written by: J.D. Salinger
Total number of pages: 214

Genre: Realistic fiction
My rating: *****, it was amazing

A brief summary of my book:
A boy named Holden gets kicked out of his school, Pencey Prep because of his grades. He does not want to tell his parents so he does not want to go home for winter break. He takes a week long trip to New York, and has many adventures and meets many new people along the way.

What I thought about this book:
I gave the book full points because it was never boring. Most books are very boring in the first few chapters because the plot has not thickened but this book jumped straight into action in the first chapter.

Peak: my review

Finished book review by: Jon-Paul

Book written by: Roland Smith
Total number of pages: 246

Genre: Suspense/adventure
My rating: ***, liked it

A brief summary of my book:
It was a interesting book. It was like a pov of someone who really liked rock climbing. It is kind of a convincing story to get someone to like rock climbing.

What I thought about this book:
I think it was ok because i don’t really like rock climbing. But the adventure aspect of it made it interesting.

Hidden Figures: my review

Finished book review by: Ryan

Book written by: Margot Lee Shetterly
Total number of pages: 346

Genre: Biography/memoir
My rating: ****, really liked it

A brief summary of my book:
Three female African-American mathematicians are hired at NASA to help win the space age. In order to be the best they can, they will have to fight through sexism and racism at NASA. The three of them will determine if their rockets will work through their computing.

What I thought about this book:
I think that the book was very interesting, because it shows a side of the space age that no one has ever seen before. It shows the reality of what was going on at the time of the cold war.

It gets worse: my review

Finished book review by: isabel

Book written by: Shane Dawson
Total number of pages: 325

Genre: Biography/memoir
My rating: ****, really liked it

A brief summary of my book:
It gets worse by Shane Dawson is a story about Shane Dawson’s life. It tells us all of the things he has been through good and bad. The book tells us his life in depth.

What I thought about this book:
I absolutely loved this book. It told me even more about him then what he says about himself on youtube.