Seeker by William Nicholson
Just finished Lirael by Garth Nix
Also biggest cliffhanger ending in any book ive ever read so im off to buy the final in the trilogy: Abhorsen!
Eclipse and Percy Jackson series .
If cancer is our love, then I hope you don’t have the technology of chemotherapy.
Picked up a book on pirates the other day,Under the Black Flag by David Cordlingly,good historical read.Published in 1996,the author also talks about the influence of popular culture on our perception of pirates (Treasure Island started it all),but doesn't mention "Pirates of the Caribbean" of course.He does write about other pirates around the world & I wonder if the screenwriters for PotC read the book
Percy Jackson was a great read, the series should be bought all together because you want to keep reading after you finish one book, but no cliffhangers except for the last book that was the only one with a cliff hanger, The next Camp Half blood series, what the series name is supposed to be now since the next book Percy isnt going to BE THE MAIN CHARECTER, WHAT!!!!! lol there hasnt been any hints about who the new protagonist is but percy will still be in the next book, maybe as an advisor who knows? but i would totaly recomend these books
I got to meet Rick Riordan a couple of years ago--he's a really cool guy. I enjoyed the Percy Jackson series, too. My coworker's son worked on the special effects team for the movie.
Right now? A book I started on the bus from Wet N' Wild ( a water park) back to school today. My friend Tyler was reading it (he's a crime show buff like me) and I read the back cover, and decided it sounded good. I read part of it on the bus, and convinced him to let me borrow it for tonight, because I read fast. It's called Level 26. It's a bit disturbing at times, as it IS a crime book, but it's very good. Intriguing.
I just finished "Stalingrad" by Theodor Plievier,which is,of course about the Battle of Stalingrad from the German point of view.
This book is one of the reasons I quit reading horror stories years ago,they lost their capacity to scare me (My new motto: "Life is too short to read Stephen King stories"),there's enough horror in the real world.
The hobbit by j.r.r tolkein
Farenheit 451 by ray bradbury
Of mice and men by john steinbeck
Savvy by Ingrid Law
Playing with matches by Brian Katcher
Repossesed by A.M Jenkins
oh advanced english 2
too many people signed up for the class so she gave us twice the work lol i like to read though so who cares