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|The bad beginning|
by Snicket, Lemony
The Bad Beginning was a can't put down book. THe authors wackiness and exciting writing made this an awesome book about 3 children(Violet, Klaus and Sunny) who just figured out there parents died in a fire. There parents had left them a big fortune, but they could only inherite it until Violet became the proper age. So they got sent out to live with a very distant relitive that they had never met, but when they first stepped in the door chills ran down there backs. The man named Count Olaf was evil, smart and miserable he would hit them and hurt them in any way to make there lives miserable. Then Count Olaf has a plan to get the family fortune from them and after if he got the money he would kill all of them. Will they send him to jail. Will he get the family fortune? Whats his plan to get the family fortune Read the amazing book to fin out the rest! [Series: Series of Unfortunate Events #1] posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM
by Taylor, G. P.
This is a book of fantasy, but not full out. It is about an ancient evil that is trying to overthrow god. It starts with this one man; Demurral who wants to be more powerful then god, but doesn't understand the full effect of his plans. He has one of the elements to make the world go down the drain, but he needs one other thing. There are three teenangers trying to stop this all from happening. It is an amazing and a page turning book. I suggest reading more of the summary! posted Jun 29, 2004
|Next summer : a summer boys novel |
by Abbott, Hailey.
It was a really good book! Kind of like the sisterhood of traveling pants, but there are 3 main characters. They are cousins and all different. This is the sequel to Summer Boys and it really builds on the characters. It is most definately a page turner and a easy read. posted Jun 12, 2005
|Heaven eyes |
by Almond, David, 1951-
This has a really good beginning with Erin, Jan and Moouse sailing away. There isn't much adventure though as it says there would be. It still is pretty well written, but that is why I give it 3 stars for the whole action and adventure of the book wasn't very amusing. posted Jul 6, 2004
|Breathing underwater |
by Flinn, Alex
I thought this was an incredible story about a 16 year old boy who had an abusive father and got that trait passed down to him. Once his girl friend takes him to court he starts to write in a journal, where he realizes what kind of person he was. I definately rate this 5 stars! It was an extraordinary book! posted Jul 16, 2004