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Earthling!
by Mark Fearing
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Earthling!

It leaves you hanging whenever you stop.

Reviewed by Bella on Mar 12, 2013
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Earthling!
by Mark Fearing
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Earthling!

I like the whole story because Bud gets on the wrong bus to school. And that Bud and Gort become friends.

Reviewed by Wyatt on Jan 6, 2013
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Earthling
by Mark Fearing
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Earthling

I really liked it. I couldn't put it down! I read it in one day. I liked it all.

Reviewed by Dylan on Sep 25, 2012
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The supernaturalist
by Eoin Colfer
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The supernaturalist

My book review


The supernaturalist is a very good book by Eoin Colfer. It is fast paced story and the characters are excellent. The main theme of the book is that the supernaturalists (a bunch of kids and a lab mistake) go out and blast these blue creatures called parasites. The parasites suck the life out of dying things. The main character is Cosmo Hill, he was an orphan in Satellite City . A huge satellite controls everything in the city. The orphanage is an awful place, the boys are tortured to death (in the way of medical and chemically harmful testing). Cosmo must escape but when he does he finds himself in the midst of a complicated web of mayhem. Ok now you know enough…..go read the book!!!!!!!!!!!

Reviewed by AbAb1999 on Aug 19, 2011
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Westmark
by Lloyd Alexander
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Westmark

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.

Reviewed by TheWordsmith on Jul 21, 2011
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