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!

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Fractured by Teri Terry

I was hesitant to pick up Fractured by Teri Terry because i loved the first one and was  very afraid it wouldn't be as good. It was at least as good as stored if not better. In this installment, Kyla is learning to adjust with her ability to be violent and her resurfacing memories. She must face several different pressing questions. Who can she trust? Does Ben remember her? Is it safe to talk honestly with cam or Mum? i hly recommend both Slated and Fractured by Teri terrry. the third installment is not yet out but will be called Shattered.

Ready Player One - Ernest Cline

Ready Player One is a novel on a whole other level. It contains the geek fandoms of the 80s from video games, to arcade game, television shows and movies. Dive into the world of VR(virtual reality) called Ready Player One and go on an adventure with our main protagonist Parzival and his companions as he fights against evil murderous companies, as he saves his worlds, both virtual and reality from their evil hands. Are you ready to play?

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Dance of Cloaks - David Dalglish

A Dance of Cloaks. A rather interesting novel from the moment you see and read the cover. It takes place in a medieval fantasy setting much like the Game of Thrones series but based around assassins.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Grave Mercy - Robin LaFevers

It's about an assassin that belongs to the Covent of the God of Death. But she starts into a great mystery involving the destiny of the country. As it unravels, she begins to question her life, the Covent, and her love. I love the book so much!
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Brisingr - Christopher Paolini

Eragon and his Dragon Scphira continue to wage war against the tyrant Galbartorix with the support of the Vaiden and the Elves. They defeat the Razaac and smaller cities. Their master dies and they die alone.