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Portland Place Book Club

Group status: It's Where the World Ends!



We are a group of Year 7 and Year 8 students who love to read all kinds of books, from fantasy to magic realism! We meet every Wednesday at 1pm in the school library.

Miss Hubner

After the Fire by Madoc
After the Fire is a gripping book, but it can take a bit to get used to the chapter changes since it will switch from before the fire (when she is in . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Elliot
Wed Wabbit is a strange book that lures you in. It is about a girl called Fidge and her sister Minnie who has a toy rabbit which causes a disaster. Fi . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Elliot
Wed Wabbit is a strange book that lures you in. It is about a girl called Fidge and her sister Minnie who has a toy rabbit which causes a disaster. Fi . . .
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Saint Death by Madoc
Saint death is a book about a world where Mexico has turned into a type of wasteland, however America is a type of heaven safe from danger. In run dow . . .
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Where the World Ends by Elliot
I like how there is a question about where the island Quilliam is staying is located. The birds rule the place and it is quite cool to see what an isl . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Angel
Wed Wabbit is a very compelling and powerful book. I am really getting into it and thoroughly enjoying it. It focuses on what is written in a serious . . .
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Wed Wabbit by Isla Turnbull
I love this book, at first I felt as if I was reading a book for toddlers but then once I got in to it it was amazing! . . .
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Which book is your favorite?

Where the World Ends
The Hate U Give
Saint Death
Beyond the Bright Sea
After the Fire
Wed Wabbit
Rook
 
Title: The Bunker Diary
Author: Kevin Brooks
Winning Year: 2014

16-year-old Linus Weems has woken up in a low-ceilinged rectangular building, made entirely of whitewashed concrete, with no windows and no doors. The lift is the only way out. But this time when the lift comes, it isn't empty.
 

 
 

Lauren Wolk

Lauren Wolk graduated from Brown University in 1981 with a degree in English literature, spent a year as a writer with the Battered Women’s Project of the St. Paul American Indian Centre, and then worked as both an editor and an Englis . . .