Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Teen Review by Uly B

Glass Sword is a bone chilling sequel to The Red Queen.A craft-fully chosen plot with an emotional edge is what I love about this book. The book opens with Mare and Cal being rescued..but is it worth it? Mare discovers some rather unsavory secrets about those who are closest to her which makes her trust the ones she never would've though of. In this book Mare prepares for war, with the Silvers,and with herself. She doesn't know what to feel..or if to feel at all. In this tragic story of love, fear and war, Mare must face much toil and suffering in order to save those whom she loves. But the question is, is she able to scarify so much and face her biggest enemy? In this chilling novel  Mare Barrow, not Red and not Silver yet stronger then both, will face her biggest fears and will try to prove herself worthy of the title she earned, "Red Queen". This book was a good one yet not as interesting as its prequel Red Queen and I have to say I quiet enjoyed it. I will give this book a solid 7/10.


Saturday, 17 September 2016

Teen Summer Reading Party

Last night the library hosted the Teen Summer Reading Party. With giant board games and moe food than we could eat it was a blast! Thank you to everyone who came out and congratulations to our big prize winner Ella Black, thak you for all of your awsome book reviews this summmer!

Ella our big prize winner!

Prizes for everyone!

Checking out the popcorn bar
Pizza time

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Alexis Verdon's Teen REview of The Hill By Karen Bass

I read "The hill" by Karen Bass. I would rate it 3 and a half stars out of 5. The entire idea of the book is really unique. At times it was hard to follow because of how it was wrote. Your constantly trying to figure things and by the end of the book it leaves you with many questions. The book genre was horror/thriller. I will definitely remember this book because of how unique it was. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a very different kind of read. I'm not familiar with this author but after reading "The hill" I would read more books wrote by her.