Ender’s Game: my review

Finished book review by: Michael

Book written by: Orson Scott Card
Total number of pages: 324

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

A brief summary of my book:
Ender Wiggen, a young boy, is chosen along with many other children to fight in a war against an insect-like alien race to stop them from invading Earth again. He faces resentment and bitterness from his peers, due to him receiving special treatment from the adults in charge. Despite this, he still manages to make many friends, and become an amazing military commander.

Three words that describe my book:
dystopian, well written, intense

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
This book is for people who enjoy books in which the main character is a brilliant military thinker.

Where’d you go, Bernadette?: my review

Finished book review by: Audrey

Book written by: Maria Semple
Total number of pages: 351

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

A brief summary of my book:
Bernadette Fox is the mother of Bee Branch. She is very antisocial and does not like the parents of Bee’s classmates that go to her private school. She gets very stressed out when she has to deal with other people, which she tries to avoid as much as possible. She is very worried about the trip to Antartica that Bee wants to take for getting good grades.

Three words that describe my book:
Interesting, amusing, well-written

The kind of person I’d recommend this book to:
You should be a strong, mature, and focused reader.