Title – The Call
Author – Peadar Ó Guilín
Genre/Type – Fantasy/Sci-fi/Dystopia
The Call tells the story of an earth in another time where at any moment a child may disappear into another world filled with danger to never return again.
I really liked this book. It kept me guessing what was going to come next.
Some of the calls seemed to drag on for a bit.
Overall, The Call was a great book and I give it a 9/10.
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Title – The Invisible Library
Author – Genevieve Cogman
Genre/Type – Fantasy/Sci-fi
The Invisible Library tells the story of a spy (Irene) who gathers fiction from different realms and universes. Along with her new assistant Kai she is sent to another London to retrieve a mysterious book. However, when they arrive they find that the book has been stolen. Irene and Kai must travel on a dangerous mission to find the book that they are trying to seek.
This book was really well written if you are one for a sci-fi series. It had many plot twists and great character development throughout the book.
If you don’t like sci-fi or loads of plot twists then this isn’t the book for you.
Author: Jeanne Ryan
Genre/Type: Adventure, love
Age Rating: 12+
Book Rating: 3/5
Nerve tells the story of a girl named Vee who chooses to be a player in a dangerous game of dares and money. The game takes a twisted turn when her and five other players are directed to a secret location for loads of prizes. Suddenly they’re playing for everything or nothing, with their lives on the line.
It was very interesting and that was partly why I enjoyed it. Also, I loved the intensity of the middle section of the book. It was extremely entertaining.
I’m sorry but the movie does sound a lot better. (I haven’t watched it so I can’t say anything). Also, if it was meant to be a single book why wasn’t the ending more closed in. I didn’t really like the ending.
Bookaholic – Still reading
I will be posting lots next week when my exams have finished.
What do you think about I am number four?????!?!?!?!?!?1
TITLE: Think Twice
AUTHOR: Sarah Mlynowski
AGE RATING: 11+
BOOK RATING: 3 /5
Think Twice is about a group of teenagers that have telepathy, but some have started to lose it. It’s a story of trying to solve this and the friendship and romance along the way.
This story drew me in and held me captive.I loved the twist at the end and the friendship and different points of view from most of the characters.
Some of the parts in the book (like the sex scenes) I found kind of irrelevant.
Bookaholic – Still reading 🙂
- I AM NUMBER FOUR
- THE POWER OF SIX
- THE RISE OF NINE
- THE FALL OF FIVE
- THE REVENGE OF SEVEN
- THE FATE OF TEN
- UNITED AS ONE
AUTHOR: Pittacus Lore
AGE RATING: 12+
BOOK RATING: 6/5
This AWESOME book series is about a group of kids and their guardians that land on earth fleeing their war torn planet Lorien. They all have supernatural powers e.g healing, teleportation, glowing in the dark. Their enemy the mogadorians (enemy aliens) come to earth to try and track them down and kill them. ONLY they have to do it in order. Number one was killed, so was two and three. The book is seen through number four and later books are seen through many perspectives.
I REALLY like sci-fi books so this was a winner for me. No I don’t believe in supernatural things but having them in a book that brings them to life was amazing. Pittacus Lore is a great author and his book series are extremely detailed.
It was so good I have NO dislikes.
Bookaholic – Still reading 🙂