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After the Fire by Will Hill
After the Fire is a story set in the modern world about a teenage girl who has been brought up in a religious cult. She has always believed and loved everything in the legion yet now she is starting to doubt whether it is true. 'After the Fire' she is taken into a therapy center and since from very young she had been told never to trust 'outsiders' this became very hard as she had to go against what she had believed for so long. At times the story does get quite confusing. However, everything makes sense in the end. This is definitely a book worth reading. By Naomi and Sasha
Posted on: 24 May 2018



Rook by Anthony McGowan
Rook is a compelling story about two boys who find an innocent bird on the verge of death. They rescue the poor bird, and begin to nurse it back to health. Meanwhile, Nicky's busy life is spiraling out of control. In this short-but-sweet you are looking through the eyes of a boy who's family and friends are not always there for him. It teaches you to love everybody close to you and to love life. By Lilly, Sasha and Naomi
Posted on: 24 May 2018



Beyond The Bright Sea By Lauren Wolk
Beyond The Bright Sea is a story about Crow, a 12-year-old girl, set in the 1700's. It is an adventurous story about her finding her long-lost family.On an island in the Elizabeths, called Penikese, there used to be a leper colony but the island has now been abandoned. Crow spots a mysterious fire on the neighboring island, she decides to investigate. This heart-warming story is all about family,friendship and finding out who you are. By Lilly and Sasha
Posted on: 23 May 2018



The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
The hate u give is a story about a teenage girl named Starr who lives in a violent neighborhood in America. The story revolves around the shooting of her best friend, Khalil. As the only witness of the shooting excluding the cop, she experiences a range of different emotion, resulting in events that brutally impact her. The eye-opening story is told from the point of view of a traumatized teen. It gives you an eye into the lives of people who experience this regularly. It is one of the best books this year and we hope it wins the award. By Sasha and Lilly
Posted on: 22 May 2018



my review of where the world ends
Geraldine mccaughrean newest book where the world ends shows a group of "boys" who are all stuck on a stack while they try to collect eggs birds and oil from the stacks native birds. with bonding a necessity secrets will come out true colours shown and fears overcome. we will see who is fit to lead and who wasn't. mccaughrean has got the book just right with events and turns at every corner. this book is good for any genres of readers. give it a go and you will most certainly enjoy it.
Posted on: 05 May 2018



my review of saint death
Marcus sedgewick is really on to something here with his new book "saint death". previously on another review it said that sedwick's new book is a fast pace book to which i completely agree. it is thrilling. set on the Mexican american border danger lurks all around and for our protagonist Arturo it is a really dangerous place with people being beaten and kidnapped this is not the place to lead any sort of life. however sedgewick placing him in this type of scenario really adds to the pacy and the thrilling plot of "saint death" this book is really one to watch. i haven't read one of his books before but with this book i could see myself reading another. if you want a really thrilling read and a good book then i definitely think that sedgewick's new book "saint death" is the one for you.
Posted on: 03 May 2018



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