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Teen Book Review

Romance

Jane Eyre (by Charlotte Bronte)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Hafsa, grade 11

Jane Eyre is a beautiful love story about a woman whose love is challenged at every step, but never broken.  Her witty quirkiness and high moral fiber overcome every obstacle standing between her and true love.  The story opens on young orphan, Jane Eyre, who is sent away by her unloved & unloveable secondary family to a boarding school where she prospers despite the harsh conditions.  She later becomes a governess for a young French girl, adopted by the rick Mr. Rochester.  Jane & Mr.

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Titanic: The Long Night (by Diane Hoh)

Rating 4

Reviewed by Elizabeth, grade 10

This incredible love story is made even more incredible by the fact that it takes place aboard the Titanic.  If you remember your history lessons, you'll remember what happeneed to this "unsinkable" ship.  Elizabeth Farr thought she had problems, and that was before her ship hit an iceberg.  She's now terrified for her life, and the lives of her loved ones.

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The Captive part II & the Power (by L.J. Smith)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Lamount, grade 11

This book is one your imaginative & very "fantasy like" minds will devour.  Its very fast paced.  With a really Great Mystery, Conspiracy, Magic & murder.  When an Inactive witch returns to her real Origins, Treasure is discovered, Forbiden Love is awakened And a Tragic Evil Is sparked back to life In L.J. Smith's The Secret Circle. 

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The Last Song (by Nicholas Sparks)

Rating 4

Reviewed by Jenny, grade 7

One Summer, Ronnie and his little brother, Jonah get to spend their summer break with their dad, Steve in North Carolina.  But Ronnie is not happy to spend thiem with Steve.  So she doesnt' behave very well.  Then, one day she meets a boy named Will and suddenly everything in her life changes.  I liked this book, because it shows how a person can change someone's life around.  It was also very touchful.

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Twilight (by Stephenie Meyer)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Grace, grade 7

I would consider this book if you like mythical adventures with vampires and werewolves.  I really enjoyed reading this book and the series becasue some days I could not even put the book down!  also Stephenie is so vivis in how she explains what their thinking and what something looks like that their going to.  there is a lot of action also which really made me want to read more.  If you want to find out more then read the book!!

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Eclipse (by Stephanie Meyer)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Courtney, grade 6

A year ago, a kid named Riley went missing.   All of a sudden people are dissapearing.  The Cullen's have to deal with it before the Voltori steps in.  They have one theory and one theory only.  Victoria is back.  And she is creating an army.  I enjoyed this book because it includes so many genres.  For example, Drama, Action, Romance, everything a good book needs.  I think that I would recommend this book because it is one of the best book I have ever read.  (AND I READ, ALOT) :)

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Twilight (by Stephenie Meyer)

Rating 4

Reviewed by Reannen, grade 6

Bella Swan is a seventeen year old girl who is moving in with her dad who lives in Forks, Washington.  She would rather be in sunny Phoenix, Arizona with her mom than rainy Forks.  But that all changes when Bella meets a peculiar, young boy named Edward Cullen.  I would recommend this book to any teenage girl in thirst of a good book.   I really enjoyed reading Twilight becasue I could relate to the characters and it was interesting.

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Twilight (by Stephenie Meyer)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Meagan, grade 6

I really enjoy Twilight becasue it is very detailed and interesting.  I think I relate to Bella because we are both curious.  Twilight has romance, vampires, adn much much more!  It may take a whiel to read but it is great!

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Boy-Crazy Stacey (by Ann M. Martin)

Rating 4

Reviewed by Abby, grade 6

Mr. and Mrs. Pike neet not one, but two babysitters to go with them to Sea City, for the Pike's summer vacation.  Stacey and Mary Anne took the job. 

The moment they arrive all eight children want to go to the beach.  At the beach, Stacey meets a blonde haired lifeguard that she immediately falls in love with.  While Stacey flirts with the lifeguard, Mary Anne is stuck with all eight children.  Stacey is in for a gib surprise when she finds out how Mary Anne feels, and the lifeguard may have a secret too.

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Street Love (by Walter Dean Myers)

Rating 5

Reviewed by Sharif, grade 7

I would surely recommend this book title to everyone I know, even my teachers, becasue this book is about street so they have rapping in it, and the rapping is rhyming and I think that's really cool.  I honestly enjoyed reading this book, it was all about rapping and how the kids lived it was the second coolest book I read.  I can relate to Damien, first he loves to rap and I love to rap I have a song made now I want to get it on the radio.

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