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Falling for an Assassin: Throne of Glass by Sara J. Maas

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas – What would happen if a prince hired a female assassin to be his champion in a strange tournament concocted by his father, an unloved king? 259 more words

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Read + Review -- Stone Rider by David Hofmeyr

Adam Stone lives in Blackwater, a community that is harsh and demanding. You either endured hours upon hours of hard labor, or rode a ‘Byke’ to make a living. 239 more words


Read + Review -- Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard by Rick Riordan

In Rick Riordan’s newest novel, we are introduced to yet another demigod hero, Magnus Chase. Ever since his mom passed away, Magnus Chase has been a homeless, unkempt orphan who is surviving on the streets of Boston, Massachusetts. 201 more words


Read + Review -- The Art of the Possible: An Everyday Guide to Politics by Edward Keenan

This book is overloaded with interesting facts about society. The book is centered around three questions: What is politics, what role do we play in politics and how does society solve its problems? 194 more words


Read + Review -- Soundless by Richelle Mead

Soundless is an exciting story about Fei, a young lady who has lived her entire life in an unfair community that is suspended on a tall cliff top. 172 more words


Read + Review -- Information Insecurity: Privacy Under Siege by Brendan January

Information Insecurity is a non-fiction book about the violation of privacy online in the 21st century. It gives examples of cases where a person’s private life, however innocent, has been wrongly intruded upon. 210 more words


Read + Review -- Daniel X: Lights Out by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein

Daniel X appears to be a normal teenager, but he really isn’t. He has the ability to use his mind to create things. Daniel X has been hunting aliens most of his life. 240 more words