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by Lloyd Alexander
Westmark is the first book of the Westmark Trilogy. The name of the author alone should be enough to make you read it. Lloyd Alexander is one of the best authors I know of, well deserving his title Grand Master of Fantasy. Westmark is an excellent book, winner of the American Book Award. Set approximately in 1800th century Europe, it is a story of a printer's apprentice (or devil, as they called them then) who accepts some printing work which sets off a chain reaction resulting in his fleeing for his life & ending up with a bumbling con artist, dwarf, and street urchin.
by Julie Kenner
The first of a series, this book opens up with a average suburban mom. Until she starts fighting demons off that is. Your main character Kate Connor is off on an adventure by the second chapter. She is trying to find a way to balance her new life as a suburban house wife and her old life as a demon hunter. All without letting her family know and still keep them and her friends safe. It's fun and fast paced. There is nothing as exciting as chicks kicking butt. Good for anyone who is 15 and up.
by Christopher Paolini
I thought this book is good, even though I'm in the middle of the book at the time. There is a lot of action and adventure, there is a lot of violence for those children under the age of 3. Anyway it's a good book were a boy named Eragon finds a "stone" which is really a dragon egg, in a magical place called the Spine, when the dragon hatches his uncle dies and he meets an old man, named Brom, to help him fight the Ra'zac and get revenge over his uncle's death! It's a good book so you're a loser if you don't want to read this!