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Hannah-16 has commented on (9) products.

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1) by Suzanne Collins
The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1)

Hannah-16 , January 13, 2013

This thrilling dystopia has captured the attention and interest of many people. Whether being adults, or teens, all have enjoyed this wonderful read! This fast paced and breathtaking story of a 16 year old girl by the name of Katniss Everdeen, who is thrown into a battle to the death. In the future, America is in ruins, and the country of Panem rises up. Districts are formed and the wealthy and rich take over the poor and powerless. Because of rebellion, the 12 districts are required to send one man and woman between the ages of 12-18, to fight to the death in "The Hunger Games".
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A Girl Named Digit by Annabel Monaghan
A Girl Named Digit

Hannah-16 , October 8, 2012

This thrilling, humorous adventure will sweep you away into the world of Farrah Higgins. On the outside she may look like your average American teenager, but she is so much more. And there's something shes hiding, a talent. A talent that gets her into a whole lot of trouble! Without knowing it, she solves a code for an environmental terrorist group. And once the ball starts rolling, can she get it to stop in time?
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Jane Eyre (Harper Perennial Classic Stories) by Charlotte Bronte
Jane Eyre (Harper Perennial Classic Stories)

Hannah-16 , August 3, 2012

This haunting, realistic tale of an orphan named Jane Eyre will touch your heart! You read this book looking through the eyes of Jane Eyre who endures through tragedy, loss, love, and loneliness.
Jane , at the beginning of the story is thrown into a oppressive boarding school called Lowood, by her wicked aunt. Then after schooling she sets out on the hard life of being a governess. As Jane makes her way, alone in the world, from Lowood, to Rochester Manor, the estate of the moody Mr. Rochester, and on from there.

I loved this classic by Charlotte Bronte, it was inspiring seeing a lone woman set out into the world on her own, make her own living ,have her own house, and fall in love, too!
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The Mother-Daughter Book Club by Heather Vogel Frederick
The Mother-Daughter Book Club

Hannah-16 , July 2, 2012

I can explain this book in 2 words, friendship, and life. Not all life in general, but the life of a handful of middle school girls. After Megan, Emma, Cassidy, and Jess's Mothers decide that they are going to create a Mother-Daughter Book Club, the girls are absolutely terrified, and say NO. But, eventually they all become friends after helping , or standing up for each other. somehow through this crazy thing, that I call life. They all end up enduring an amazing time, and some classic masterpieces! The girls also learn some very key life lessons. This series will touch any girl or Mother's heart! Recommended age 10+.
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Jane Eyre (Dover Thrift Editions) by Charlotte Bronte
Jane Eyre (Dover Thrift Editions)

Hannah-16 , July 1, 2012

This compelling classic, will warm the hearts of all people! A rebellious orphan, is sent to school by her dastardly aunt. She struggles through tragedy, love, loss, and hardships as she tries to find happiness. This Gothic romance by Bronte has enchanted me from the beginning of Jane Eyre's story, until the last page! I recommend this book to readers 11-12 and up.
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