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Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Last Olympian
by Rick Riordan

This book follows Percy, Annabeth, and Grover, as they fight to protect NYC from being completely destroyed. This is the last book in the series, andi really loved it because it brought a rally satisfying conclusion to all the story arcs, relationships, and plot lines. It was one of my favorite books of all time, which is why I give it five stars

Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Battle of the Labyrinth
by Rick Riordan

This book follows Percy, Annabeth, and Grover, as they travel through the Labyrinth in order to prevent an attack on their camp. I mainly loved this book because of the character development and the relationships between the characters. I give this book five stars because the characters change as they few up and between the books was very well written.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Titan's Curse
by Rick Riordan

This book was amazing because it follows Percy as he goes on a quest to save Annabeth and the goddess Artemis. It introduces quite a few new characters who all have very interesting backstories, and though a few of them only make an appearance in this book, they hold a special place in my heart. This book stirred up many of my deeply buried emotions, so I give this five stars

Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters
by Rick Riordan

The book is the second book in the PJO series, and it follows Percy and Annabeth, as they go on a quest through the sea of monsters to recuse Grover and to retrieve the golden fleece, which will help to protect them from the monsters which are trying to kill them and their friends. I enjoyed this book because the character development was very good, and the way the characters acted was not that stereotypical at all. I give this book five stars because it always keeps you on the edge of your seat.

Percy Jackson And The Olympians: The Lightning Thief
by Rick Riordan

This story follows the main character Percy, and his two friends Annabeth and Grover, as they go on a quest to return the god Zeus's lightning bolt, which Percy has been accused of stealing. I loved this book because it is very funny, and the characters are easy to relate to. I give this book five stars because I have read it many times and I never get bored of it.

Milk And Honey
by Rupi Kaur

"Milk And Honey" is a book of poems that explain the process of self-love blooming from abuse. Each poem is accompanied by drawings, that show in more detail the poems' meaning. All in all, this book teaches you how to love yourself even after all you've been through. I highly recommend this book because it's like a love letter and a way of learning and accepting.

One Small Sparrow
by Jeff Leeland

Beautiful story of a life-threatening disease, the love of community and the all-encompassing grace, love and care of Jesus Christ.

Lord Of The Flies
by William Golding

"Lord Of The Flies" depicts a group of British boys being stranded on a tropical island. Quickly, an order is developed, and the government is raised. However, rebellion stirred underneath, and as more of the island is discovered the more fearsome the boys became. Ralph, the chief of the group, tries to reassure them however, his reassurances are overruled by Jack, a choir boy's taunts of the beast who would soon devour them all. The boys soon fear for the worst and follow Jack in his cruel ways of surviving; giving sacrifices every week to benefit the group. This book is developed as a big metaphor, displaying the darker side of human nature. I believe this book is worth reading, however, it was somewhat hard to read, and may require more delicate attention to understand every aspect. Overall, it was a meaningful book, and I recommend you to read it.

The Knife Of Never Letting Go
by Patrick Ness

"The Knife of Never Letting Go" follows a 12-year-old boy, Todd. Todd lives in Prentisstown, where there is not a woman in sight for they were vanquished by the Noise, a disease that killed them and showed the thoughts of the men. As he reaches his thirteenth birthday and manhood, he realizes some truth about Prentisstown and escapes. As he is being chased by the Mayor of his town, he meets Viola, a girl. Though shocked by her appearance, he flees with her, finding refuge in other towns. Together, they run away, hoping to make it to freedom before being found by the men of Prentisstown. "The Knife of Never Letting Go" is the first in the Chaos Walking series. I think that this book is particularly interesting because it displays life in a dystopian world. It displays the gravity of death and the human yearn for survival. I strongly recommend this book, and though it may be hard to read at some times, keep on going because it will be worth it in the end.

The Golem’s Eye
by Jonathan Stroud

“The Golem’s Eye” by Jonathan Stroud is the second book in the Bartimaeus trilogy. Nathaniel, a young yet talented magician working with the government, is now tasked with the seemingly impossible task of rounding up the increasingly worrisome Resistance. To add to his troubles, another huge attack is carried out, leading to the question: was that too the work of the Resistance, or was it caused by something darker? I rated this book three stars because I like the way the author includes multiple points of view, but I find the book a little slow, especially compared to the first in the series.
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