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"You have been my friend, that in itself is a tremendous thing. I wove my web for you because I liked you. After all, what's a life, anyway? We're born, we live a while, we die.... By helping you, perhaps I was trying to lift up my life a trifle, Heaven knows anyone's life can stand a little of that!" [Tell Me!]

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Here are all the reviews by bernie...

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
by J. K. Rowling
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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

This book is an AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME book. This book is a bit inappropriate with some kissing, crushes, etc. Somebody dies! Can't tell, it would ruin it for all of you Harry Potter fans like me out there. Harry ALMOST goes evil! He gets hold of a book with dangerous,dark spells and shortcuts to potions. They are figuring out, as well as, finding the 7 horcruxes. Dumbledore and Harry go on dangerous journeys to find the Horcruxes. The first two or three chapters are EXTREMELY boring, just stick with it! Pay attention, you will need to remember all of the important information in those first few chapters, to tie the book together. Overall, this book is ingenious, tear-jerking, exciting, and mysterious. ***** Five Stars

Reviewed by bernie on Mar 13, 2008

Door in the Dragon's Throat [Cooper Kids Adventures]
by Frank Peretti
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Door in the Dragon's Throat [Cooper Kids Adventures]

I chose this as the Most Exciting Book of all this year. An archaeologist and his teenagers go to a desert country to find the treasure and solve the dangerous mystery of the dragon's throat.

Reviewed by bernie on Mar 13, 2008

White Fang
by Jack London
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White Fang

This book is touching, exciting, adventurous, and a tear-jerker (at times). I read this book in class during SSR (Silent Surround Reading), and I started crying at one of the sad parts! I tried to hide it but, my friends could sense it right away. It was a really great book, 5 stars *****, I recommend it HIGHLY. If you are not a big reader this is not the book for you.

Reviewed by bernie on Mar 13, 2008

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