An opportunity for Silver Creek High view and discuss books of different genres. It is a forum for Raptor book lovers to share their ideas and stories!

Friday, December 9, 2011

Seeker by William Nicholson

A boy named the seeker tries to seek a future as one of the noble warriors. On his way he mets a girl who helps him and her name is Morning Star. During his journey he ends up saving his brother and becoming one of the Noble Warriors. Find out more by reading!
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The Secret Life of Bees

Amazing book about a girl named Lily living in the south in the 60's. She is haunted about the day her mother was killed and travels to Alabama to meet the 3 beekeeping sisters. She will find out that they have something to do with her mother.
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A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

An amazing criminal philisophical fiction novel. This boy Alex, 15, lives in a futuristic repressive society, and engages in various crime sprees with his droogs. Ultimately, Alex realizes what he wants in life through different interactions with others. A must read!
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Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Hannah Baker is dead. Before she killed herself, she made 13 tapes, each one telling a story that in some way, convinced her to kill herself. The story is told form the perspective of Clay Jensen, who is somewhere on the tapes. He has to be tortured through the tapes until he gets to his because he had feelings for Hannah and in the book he has to find out how he is connected to her death. This book was good, but i've read better. If you are considering whether or not to read this, please do because it is worth it.
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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

Hunger Games is about Katniss, Prim's older sister and surviving through the hunger games. Thus far (because I have yet to finish it) I am at the part where Prim and Katniss volunteers into the fight, and the other tribute is Peeta. They have sorrowful goodbyes and then they are in the train and on their way to the capitol, in custody of the government and the pink haired lady!
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Perfect by Ellen Hopkins

Within Perfect, you switch points of view within four different characters: Kendra, Cara, Sean, Andre. They all feel pressure to recieve ultimate consummation and do whatever it takes to fufill that goal. READ IT!
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