The accidental billionares: my review

Finished book review by: Owen

Book written by: Ben Mezrich
Total number of pages: 260

Genre: Biography/memoir
My rating: *****, it was amazing

A brief summary of my book:
My book is about the founding and the struggles involved with being a successful entrepreneur or businessman. The story takes place primary at Harvard University as current founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, starts the tech giant. This story talks about how he came up with the idea of the social network and how he persevered to where he is today.

Three words that describe my book:
Surprising, adventurous, and confusing

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
I would recommend this book to a person that is interested in technology, business, and investing. I think it also is a good book for someone that is interested in biographies, factual books, or just the company Facebook.

Paper Towns: my review

Finished book review by: Rachel

Book written by: John Green
Total number of pages: 305

Genre: Realistic fiction
My rating: ****, really liked it

A brief summary of my book:
Paper Towns is about two childhood friends who reconnect when Margo asks her friend Quinten to help her with a plotted revenge against people who have done her wrong. They bond during the experience to later result in a drastic change for both of their lives. Later on both try to make sense of their feelings for each other while having an adventure on the way.

Three words that describe my book:
adventurous, romantic, spontaneous

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
Anyone who has an interest in books that keep you hooked in through a love story with adventure. Someone who is on the young side would most likely enjoy this book more because the characters are in highschool so the reader can relate more.

The Name of the Wind: my review

Finished book review by: Logan

Book written by: Patrick Rothfuss
Total number of pages: 662

Genre: Fantasy
My rating: ****, really liked it

A brief summary of my book:
Kvothe was once a great hero, but now he hides from the rest of the world. A man named the Chronicler finds him and asks him to tell him the story of his life. Kvothe agrees to tell Chronicler his story, and he does so.

Three words that describe my book:
Mysterious, Dark, Adventurous.

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
I would recommend this book to people that like fantasy that is on the darker side, people who like stories of hardships, and people that want to read something different from most fantasy stories.

Delirium : my review

Finished book review by: Kate

Book written by: Lauren Oliver
Total number of pages: All 383

Genre: Science fiction/dystopian
My rating: ****, really liked it

A brief summary of my book:
Delirium is about a time where love is considered a disease and once boys and girls come of age, they undergo “cure”. This cure prevents everyone from loving anyone or anything, and is disliked by people called sympathizers. Because of her family history and the strict society that she has lived in her whole life, the main character has never questioned this way of life, but things begin to change throughout this book.

Three words that describe my book:
In three words, I would describe this book as complex, adventurous, and romantic.

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves cliches, is able to read 383 pages without getting bored, enjoys romances, and is ready for some serious suspense.