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Wonder, by R.J Palacio

Review by Arthur Balva August Pullman is a wonder.  He was born with a left cleft Palate and other facial birth defects and was originally doubted to live for long. Now at the age of 10, he must struggle through his intense life of embarrassment. August used to be homeschooled because of his continuous schedule […]

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The Red Pyramid, by Rick Riordan

Review by Reid Dye When Carter and Sadie Kane’s mom died in an explosion at Cleopatra’s Needle, in London, the two twins were separated.  Sadie lived with her grandparents in England and Carter lived with his dad, who was an egyptologist whose job made him be constantly moving around.  That is, until Carter’s dad blew […]

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Calamity, by Brandon Sanderson

Review by Dhruv Jhaveri David Charleston’s epic adventure continues in the third and final installment of the Reckoners series. In this book David is left without his fellow Reckoners, Valentine and Excel, who have been murdered by former Reckoner, Jonathan Phaedrus (AKA: Prof.) Prof turns into an evil epic after he falls into a trap […]

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