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    The last book of the final series of Warrior Cats. This book is full of adventures and danger, with sadness and despair. With all of the four clans uniting to battle with the dark forest, under Firestar's lead, the four clans unite as one and defeated the dark forest's evil cats. I really admire Firestar because usually a kitty pet is not respected and treated really mean, however Firestar was treated well and other cats respect him as a true clan born, and other cats would want to follow him even the other clan leaders. I really liked this series from the starting to the end, even though it wasn't considered a happy ending. Firestar's character shows the life of some people work hard to earn their spot in society and get respected, when they started with nothing., however if you are willing to try you may succeed.
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    Gods and Warriors is a book packed with action and adventures. It also includes the customs and religions of the different clans. The book tells where the main character Hylas gets separated with his sister and goes on a journey full of danger and mystery to find her back. I really admire the bravery and love of Hylas, because he goes on a journey he knows nothing about to find his beloved sister, Issi, and he would not stop until he finds her, this also shows great love of Issi from Hylas. I recommend this book to Percy Jackson lovers and people who like books with action and adventure.
    Almost 7 years ago
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    I really enjoyed reading Gods and Warriors because it's action-packed twists and breath-taking cliffhangers keep you on the edge of your seat. This book is about a young Outsiders named Hylas who when surprised by the Crows, fierce warriors who armor is as black as their soul, is separated from his younger sister Issi and sets off on a journey full of mystery and danger to get her back. I highly recomend this book for action fans and historians alike, along with lovers of Percy Jackson. Beautiful language, vivid imagery and a stunning setting equal an amazing book all in all.
    Almost 7 years ago
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    By Michelle Paver
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    “Take pride in your pain,” Kira had always kept what her mother told her in mind. She became orphaned after her mom died and was born with a twisted leg, which decreased her value in the civilization she lived. When she was likely to face death, but the Council of Guardians gave her an admirable role because of her magical talents of weaving. This book could be easily understood yet is deep and inspirational. Kira is totally a role model to me. She faced her pain with bravery and pride, just like what her mother told her to. Days had been tough to her even though she had a special job. She later found out there are secrets hidden behind everything that seemed to be perfect. I deeply esteem her since I think she changed, grew, and became independent especially when there was such a dramatic change in her life. Through the story, Matt is someone I appreciate a lot, too. He showed and defined friendship, because he offered Kira help when no one was there to give her a hand while she was struggling through a life that seemed to be more uncertain and frightening than an actual nightmare. I really enjoyed it and was touched.
    Almost 7 years ago
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    sunnyf's book review was featured in The Notebook.
    Is there a definite definition for the word “love”? I don’t think so. Nicholas Sparks, who had been writing romances, brought a typical love story into a deeper journey. Allie came from a wealthy family yet Noah was just a poor guy that lived with his dad. They had an unforgettable love affair during a lovely summer when they were young and wild even though they came from two distinct worlds. Allie had to leave New Bern after summer ends and her parents disagreed their relationship. Years later, they met again. Although Allie was engaged and they seemed to become strangers, the summer they spent with their dynamic and passionate love had never fade away in each other’s mind. Allie determined to chose who she really love with her heart. As they grew older, Allie was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Noah didn’t gave up on her and kept reading their story of love even though she could probably kept none of the memories. Even she did, miracles never lasted for a long time. Here’s where I personally think true love was actually shown. When she wasn’t young and beautiful anymore, he still loved her with his soul and his life. I believe true love doesn’t necessarily have to be hot and memorable, but it should be timeless and unconditional.
    Almost 7 years ago
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    Is there a definite definition for the word “love”? I don’t think so. Nicholas Sparks, who had been writing romances, brought a typical love story into a deeper journey. Allie came from a wealthy family yet Noah was just a poor guy that lived with his dad. They had an unforgettable love affair during a lovely summer when they were young and wild even though they came from two distinct worlds. Allie had to leave New Bern after summer ends and her parents disagreed their relationship. Years later, they met again. Although Allie was engaged and they seemed to become strangers, the summer they spent with their dynamic and passionate love had never fade away in each other’s mind. Allie determined to chose who she really love with her heart. As they grew older, Allie was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Noah didn’t gave up on her and kept reading their story of love even though she could probably kept none of the memories. Even she did, miracles never lasted for a long time. Here’s where I personally think true love was actually shown. When she wasn’t young and beautiful anymore, he still loved her with his soul and his life. I believe true love doesn’t necessarily have to be hot and memorable, but it should be timeless and unconditional.
    Almost 7 years ago
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    This is the third book of the companion of the dystopian novel The Giver. Matty lived in a flourished village that was different from the one took place in the book Gathering Blue. Matty had grown from a mischievous boy to a young adult that took care of the Seer, a blind old man with special sights. As the village prospered, the villagers seemed to lost themselves. They were trading their deepest selves to get what they desired. This seemed to be effective and a warning to the readers. We often see what we desire, but we often left behind or forgot what we really own in our souls. Meanwhile, ominous changes were occurring in the forest. Matty had to bring Kira, who was the Seer’s daughter, to the village, or else the forest would thicken and kept the outsiders out of the village. Before Matty began his journey, the Leader told him that his had a gift, or some sort of magical power, in his soul. While Matty was going through the journey, the forest didn’t stop thickening. Matty was finding himself during the journey and didn’t give up although they were unlikely going to survive through the way. I love this book, because it offered me the confidence to find myself and be who I am.
    Almost 7 years ago
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