The lockin supplies are gathering.
Jackson Pearce and Lish McBride will be joining us on July 25th. Zombie Games, Minecraft and Mario Kart on the Wii U. Lots of fun to be had. Flyer for more information
Four: A Divergent Collection is a compilation of four novellas from Tobias’s point of view about his initiation into Dauntless with scenes from Veronica Roth’s book Divergent. If I had to give this book a percentage, I would give it about 87%. It wasn’t as exciting as the original trilogy, but it was definitely worth reading.
**Spoilers for Divergent** Reading from Tobias’s point of view isn’t as action-packed compared to Tris. Much like his narration in Allegiant, his voice was very similar to Tris, although not as thrilling. That being said, when we read from his perspective, we get more information about his life in Abnegation, and we also get a little more insight about Amar, Eric, and even Evelyn. **Spoilers for Divergent**
It was amazing getting to read from Tobias’s viewpoint. My favorite parts were getting to read his thoughts during the more romantic scenes of Divergent. After reading this, it made me want to pick up Divergent and reread it to see how both Tris and Tobias’s perspectives mesh together. Overall, it was a really fun and entertaining read, and I would undoubtedly recommend this book for fans of the Divergent trilogy.
You know the original tale of Cinderella and you know steampunk settings, but what happens when the two combine? Meet Cinder, a teenage mechanic and Cyborg living in New Beijing with her stepmother and two stepsisters. But life is not as simple as housework and an upcoming ball. A plague has been spreading throughout the city and no one survives it. So when her stepmother volunteers Cinder to be a test subject to find a cure, Cinder is shocked. As if that weren’t enough, the unnatural people from the moon called Lunars are threatening to wage war against Earth. I LOVED this book. A friend of mine recommended it to me and I read it in two days. A definite page turner. - Christine, 14, Cinder by Marissa Meyer
What? There’s a book two for Cinder? YES! Now personally I preferred Cinder to Scarlet but that’s because robotics and engineering have become a fascination to me. Scarlet is a twist on Little Red Riding Hood in the world of Cinder. This takes place in France. When Scarlet’s grandmother goes missing and the police have given up the search, it’s up to Scarlet to find her. With the help of a street fighter that’s new to town and goes by the name Wolf, she goes searching and learns that there is more to this story than a loving grandmother missing. - Christine, 14, Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
I know, I know, another Fault in Our Stars review. Well, coming from a person who hates to read books while they are mainstream and who would not even touch a Twilight book (and yes, I am a teenage girl), this book deserves all the talk that it’s been getting. The characters are well-developed and the storyline is pretty good.- Christine, 14, The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Best book ever. Definite have-to-read. Related to Hunger Games with similar plot. - Anonymous, 12, Divergent by Veronica Roth
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