Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The Girl who Played with Fire, by Stieg Larson

The girl who played with fire starts off a few months after the prequel, and the events that come afterwards immediately suck you into reading the entire book. The story is about betrayal, misleading information, detectivework, and corporate warfare, all swirling around an innocent woman. The book is'nt for everyone, so make sure you are old enough.

My Rating:4.5/5

Eclipse, by Stephanie Meyer

It was a really good book, the best out of the Twilight Saga. It was kind of slow in the beginning but then it got a lot better. There was mystery and readers get to learn a lot more about the other characters in the book. It also makes you get emotional and feel what the characters are feeling

My Rating:4/5

You Lost Me There, by Rosecrans Baldwin

The author does a good job describing the feelings of the main character. You really feel for him, his emotions are unique. Even though the characters are solid and theres a lot of emotion in the novel, it didnt have much of a conclusion at the end. There was no twist or finale.

My rating:3/5

Dead is Not an Option, by Marlene Perez

To me, this was a really good book. I would recommend this book to teens mostly. Teens that like a good mystery book, or are interested in vampires, werewolves, or any paranormal types. But, if you want to read this book you should start with the first book in the series: Dead is the New Black, then go from there.

My Rating: 5/5

Join the Club, by Tina Rosenberg

I had to read this for school,and I found some parts interesting, but otherwise it dragged on and on. It was like reading 1 long research paper about peer pressure.

My Rating: 2/5

The Demon Trapper's Daughter, by Jana G. Oliver

Riley lives in the year 2016 and demons are wreaking havoc on the world, especially in New Orleans. The Vatican has its own organization of demon hunters who kill the demons onsight. Demon trappers trap demons and sell them to the Vatican for different rates, depending on the category of demons. But now the demons are beginning to hunt Riley. Good thing she's a natural trapper...

My Rating: 5/5

The Lost Symbol, by Dan Brown

This is the book that comes after the Da Vinci Code. This book has many twists and turns and is great for readers that love codes and symbols. The preceding book is a great book as well.

My Rating: 5/5

Hurricane Gold, by Charlie Higson

This book is about James Bond in his youth. He goes to Mexico for vacation and in the process embarks on a mission to save the kidnapped child of a millionare. The book is fast-paced and keeps you on the edge of your seat.

My Rating: 5/5