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The Hammer of Thor, by Rick Riordan

Review by Ethan Romer In the second installment of the Gods of Asgard series, by Rick Riordan main character, Magnus Chase is living up life as a dead einherjar – a warrior of Odin.  A couple weeks ago Magnus and his friends went to re-tie the the ropes binding the mighty Fenris wolf.  They arrive […]

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Firefight, by Brandon Sanderson

Review by Dhruv Jhaveri Imagine being chased everyday by evil people with unimaginable powers, who want to kill you. That is exactly what happens to David Charleston, who miraculously defeat them every single time, even though he has no powers, thanks to his team, “The Reckoners.” Ever since he killed “Steelheart” an epic (or person […]

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A Handful of Stars, by Cynthia Lord

Review by J.J. Stoen Imagine having to deal with an old blind dog that you love, and trying to save his life? In the realistic fiction story A Handful of Stars by Cynthia Lord, the author explores the challenges of having a sick dog. Lily, a girl who lives with her grandparents, has a poor […]

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Zeroes, by Scott Westerfeld

Review by Sal Meehan Would you risk your life to save a friend that betrayed you? Zeroes is about six teenagers named Riley a.k.a. “Flicker,” Ethan a.k.a. “Scam,” Kelsie a.k.a. “Mob,” Nate a.k.a. “Bellwether,” Thibault a.k.a. “Anon,” and Chizara a.k.a. “Crash.” The summer before the book begins, the Zeroes were all friends, brought together by […]

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