Posts Tagged ‘teen reviews’

Book cover of The red pyramid

The red pyramid by Rick Riordan

Read this book if you want to get: An adrenaline rush (Action)

This book is about:
It was like any other Christmas Eve, Carter and his father would pick up Sadie and spend a day together. But when their father wants to go to a museum for studies and locks the security guard in his office, they begin to wonder who he is. Especially after he blows up the Rosetta Stone and gets taken away by a coffin from a blurry figure. It gets even stranger after that, too, and both Sadie and Carter must work together in order to get answers, and much more.

On a scale of 1 (the lowest) to 5 (the highest) I give this book a: 4

Reviewer: Peter A.

Fang by James Patterso

Fang by James Patterson

Read this book if you want to get: An adrenaline rush (Action), Bum da bum bum…BUM (Mystery), Emotional (Drama/angst)

This book is about:
It is about a girl named Max who is 98% human and 2% bird.  And it is about her life staying alive keeping her flock alive and trying to keep FANG alive.  I don’t want to give too much away so I will stop lol

On a scale of 1 (the lowest) to 5 (the highest) I give this book a: 2

Reviewer: Kimmie C.

Dangerous days of Daniel X by James Patterson

Dangerous days of Daniel X by James Patterson

Daniel is a normal teenage boy. He goes to school, likes girls, and just wants to fit in. One problem: His hobbies include slaying aliens and creating things with his mind. Witnessing the murder of his beloved family by a strange alien named “The Prayer”, he vows to kill every alien on his parents “The List” and, hunt down the creature that stole his parents from under him. In this humorous and thrilling sci-fi novel, by America’s #1 storyteller, James Patterson, Daniel not only realizes his true destiny but who the real alien is.

By: Rachel W.

Many thanks go to Rachel–not only a guest reviewer, but a volunteer and library subcommitee member to boot!