The Matt Cruse Series

April 15, 2011

Airborn, Book One of the Matt Cruse Series by Kenneth Oppel

Matt Cruse is a cabin boy aboard the Aurora, a luxury airship. But it isn’t only the salary that keeps him up there; it’s the fact that he feels most at home in the sky – airborn. “Lighter than air,” they say, “That’s our young Matt Cruse.” And since, well, forever, Matt has believed that if he fell from the sky, he would be indeed lighter than air and be able to fly. Read the rest of this entry »

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Book Review: The A-List by Zoey Dean

November 2, 2010

If you are looking for a fun way to pass time, the A-List, by Zoey Dean, is the perfect series for you.

The book is about a rich, preppy, New York City girl named Anna Percy and her adventures when she moves to California. She is extremely bright, and gets accepted into Yale early action. She decides to go to live with her father (her parents are divorced) in California because she gets an internship there at a literary journal. This internship would replace her senior year of high school. On the plane ride over to California, she meets a seemingly perfect guy, and her average high-class New York city-girl life is about to receive a new, exciting twist.

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Necropolis: Book Review

October 28, 2009

Necropolis By Anthony Horowitz

Click here to reserve this book at your Wake County Public Library!

It’s out. Book four of The Gatekeepers series has finally been released this year (and I finally got a hold of it). Yeah, reading in October is kind of late, considering that it was printed in April, but I’m still glad. And I had to start this review out with “it’s out”. It sounds cool.

Anyways, don’t read this book until you’ve read all the others. The first three books (in order) are Raven’s Gate, Evil Star, and Nightrise. And if you’ve read the Alex Rider series and liked it, you’re going to like this series even more.

Basic Overview (Again, No Ending)

Matt, Pedro, Jamie, and Scott have been looking for Scar, the last Gatekeeper. But they’re not the only ones who have been looking for her. Read the rest of this entry »


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