Reviews #1 — part one

Cross My Heart and Hope to SpyCross My Heart and Hope to Spy by Ally Carter. 

Best book I have ever read, absolutely wonderful! I would recommend it to anyone of any age between 10 and infinity. Unpredictable, full of mystery and suspense; once you read it, you will fall in love with it and want to read the rest of the series. It’ll have you begging for more!

– Ashley, 10th grade

 

 

Cherub - The Recruit The Cherub Series, Book 1: The Recruit by Robert Muchamore

This book – and the series as a whole – is really action-packed and intense. It’s about teenagers who go undercover as spies into many different missions and situations. They infiltrate terrorist organizations and drug cartels, for example.

– Logan, 9th grade

 

 

Game of ThronesA Game of Thrones: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book One by George R. R. Martin

The series is just addicting and will tide you over for a solid two months, if you’re a fast reader; half a year, if you’re slower. Either way, worth getting invested in.

– Dawson, 9th grade

 

 

Mortal InstrumentsThe Mortal Instruments Series: City of Bones by Cassandra Clare

One of my all-time favorite starters to a series, City of Bones is chock-full of wicked action and fantastic humour. It’s got demon-killing battles, unpredictable romance and diverse, dimensional characters. If you’re a fan of anything supernatural, this book is for you. (I know, that’s a lot of adjectives, but seriously – read the book!)

– Louise, 9th grade

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