I’ve liked all the Roald Dahl books I’ve real so far. But out of all of them, I think Fantastic Mr. Fox is my favorite. There’s something about the protagonist, Mr. Fox, Roald Dahl’s writing, and the ridiculousness of it all that makes Fantastic Mr. Fox a must read. Mr. Fox is quickly established as…… Continue reading Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl
I’ve always been interested in World War 1 since I read a book about it. I think that the whole thing was a fascinating and scary conflict that it seems everyone forgets. Well, forget all that because Scott Westerfeld just came out with a sci-fi book that takes readers back to WW1, or at least…… Continue reading Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld
In a previous review I mention that one of my favorite genres is Sci-fi. My other favorite book genre is Fantasy. I just can’t stay away from the magic, epic sword clashes, and adventure. And The Hobbit is a fantasy genre classic. The movie for The Hobbit adds an “unexpected journey” to the end of the…… Continue reading The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien
I love video games. I love books. A book about video games? That sounds good to me! I was exited when I read what this book was about. The description told me everything I needed to know about the book–I was going to love it. It had videogames (Check out my gaming blog at gamegato.wordpress.com!), sci-fi…… Continue reading Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
*Might contain spoilers* The description makes the book sound interesting. The cover, of a sailing ship cutting through the waves, does too. But all and all? A barely decent book. The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle, a book written by Avi, is about a 13 year-old girl who rides a ship to America in 1832,…… Continue reading The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle by Avi
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