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Underwater, by Marisa Reichardt

Review by Sal Meehan Have you ever felt so bad that you feel trapped and can’t even leave your couch? Morgan, the main character in Underwater, is only 17 years old but feels so trapped that she can’t breathe like being underwater. Last year, on October 15th, Morgan’s life changed forever after she unknowingly helped […]

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The Sixth Man, by John Feinstein

Review by J.J. Stoen Have you ever been kept away from something you’ve been doing your whole life, just for believing something? Football, basketball, baseball… Alex is the triple threat, without a doubt, but this may be the most serious situation he may have in his lifetime.. Being a star at sports definitely has some […]

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Crossover, by Kwame Alexander

Review by Ethan Romer Josh Bell is a 7th grade basketball phenom.  His crossover got him named the Daily News MVP.  He and his brother, JB, are the son of famous basketball star Chuck “Da Man” Bell.  Their middle school basketball team is cruising along at undefeated while the boys are getting good grades.  All […]

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Sky Raiders, by Brandon Mull

Review by Ethan Romer Cole Randolph is your average kid.  He likes to hang out with his friends, especially on Halloween.  When the group heads to the nearby haunted house their lives change forever.  Slavers from a different world kidnap the kids from the haunted house and take them too the Outskirts.  Later in the […]

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