Paper Covers Rock: my review

Finished book review by: Sofia

Book written by: Jenny Hubbard
Total number of pages: 181

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

A brief summary of my book:
Alex, who is 16 goes to an all-boys boarding school with his two friends, Thomas and Glenn. When Thomas drowns, Glenn is paranoid about the truth coming out, and makes Alex swear to stay quiet. Alex has a passion for writing, when his teacher Ms. Dovecott helps him in his writing, Alex begins to fall for her. It just so happens that Ms. Dovecott was there the day of Thomas’s death, and is against Glenn’s secrecy and wants to tell the truth.

Three words that describe my book:
Mysterious, Suspenseful, Engaging

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
I would recommend this book to someone who is into mystery. Also, I think someone who would like this book would have to be around the ages of 14-18, and they would have to be into romance.

Remember Me?: my review

Finished book review by: Stela

Book written by: Sophie Kinsella
Total number of pages: 389

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

A brief summary of my book:
Twenty eight year old Lexi Smart gets into a car crash and wakes up having forgot the last three years of her life. She has to figure out what has happened since then and who she is now.

Three words that describe my book:
Engaging, dynamic, and a page-turner.

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
I would recommend this to someone who likes to read realistic fiction. To some one that likes a little bit of suspense. To someone who likes reading books that make them think a little and make predictions.

The Dead and the Gone: my review

Finished book review by: Gretchen

Book written by: Susan Beth Pfeffer
Total number of pages: 321

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

A brief summary of my book:
The book “The Dead and the Gone” is a riveting tale of the after effects on the earth of the moon being set out of orbit due to a meteorite striking the moon. This story follows Alex Morales’s family through death, desperation, gleaming hope, and lost prayers as an after effect of the moon’s destructive impacts on the earth. Alex will do anything to protect his sisters and find his mother after she does not come home from work, and the only thing he has to do is never lose hope.

Three words that describe my book:
Riveting, engaging, haunting

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
Someone who looks for a book that has adventure, sadness and striking depth in a dystopian future.