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Hades (Halo) by Alexandra Adornetto
Hades (Halo)

Miss_Misfit, December 23, 2012

Love can survive anything, even going through Heaven and Hell. Bethany has to hold on to that love to return to her family, to her Xavier. Yet Jake Thorn has a almost true sense of love for Bethany, but he's still stained by jealousy. The power of love, from a lover, family or friends, can know no bounds. That power will always help someone find their way back home.
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The Last Knight (Knight and Rogue) by Hilari Bell
The Last Knight (Knight and Rogue)

Miss_Misfit, December 22, 2012

Oh, if you want fanasty and funny all wrapped up into one book, it's this one. I was a little wary of this book, but never judge a book by it's cover. Follow Micheal as he tries to lead his life how he wants to, no matter what. Read about Fisk, an ex-con artist, who has to turn a new leaf to keep his "idiot employer" out of trouble. Watch how these two unlikely guys end up becoming friends during their hilarious and incredible journey. A brilliant read for boys and girls, it will leaving you giggling and wondering what other troubles Sir Micheal and Squire Fisk will get in to.
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Infinity (Chronicles of Nick) by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Infinity (Chronicles of Nick)

Miss_Misfit, May 30, 2012

This was southern style book I thought I wouldn't read. This book bring most common paranormal things, such as zombies, werewolves and vampires, with a mix of demons, and creates a adventure like no other. Nick tries his best to be good for his mom who sacrficed alot for him. To be thrust into a world of darkness and unknown can be a bit of a problem. When Nick has to save his classmates from a mistake someone made, he puts the trust in some unlikely people. I can't say that everyone would love this book, but I can say it may be enjoyable to read. If you like the paranormal, crazy computer/gun shop owners, demon friends and craziness in general, read this book. It will take you imagination to infinity and beyond.
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Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson

Miss_Misfit, May 30, 2012

This story was powerful as well as distrubing. To see what goes through a mind of a broken teen, who lost her best friend. It brings light to what girls and boys face these days with self image. How desprately Lia wanted to be skinny, because she didn't feel good enough. Or kept trying to be skinnier for her best friend who died from the disorder. This diary perspective give more insight than a normal perspective could. The thoughts, the feelings, the regrets line up on the page like tin soliders. Each one holding a razor sharp edge.
Lia was a wintergirl because she was living as she should, but she wasn't dead. She wanted to be frozen in her idea of a 'perfect body'. The bitter coldness of the thought froze her into where she was. Her best friend Cassie tried to pull her to death, but Lia relized she had more to fight for. Emma shows the stregnth that Lia needed to over come what she went through. No girl should see herself like that. Not even a wintergirl.
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The World of the Hunger Games by Scholastic Inc
The World of the Hunger Games

Miss_Misfit, March 27, 2012

Now, this book may have not been my ultimate favorite of all times, it is still a very instersting book. Katniss sacrificed herself to the Hunger Games to save her sister. She mad her best friend promise he could take care of her family. The storyline may seem predicatble, but it will still hold your interst. Cianna, Katniss like personal designer, is probably my favorite character, along with Peeta.
The Hunger Games are an intense game I pray our world never tries to create. It is a ruthless battle to the death, and no one should have to go through it. Katniss willing goes to them, to protect her family. I enjoyed reading about Peeta because he went into the heart of the cruelest pack in the Games. Just to keep Katniss safe and try his bested to keep it that way. The last thrilled for the book is the double suicide attempt at the end. I'm not going to tell you why or how. Read this intersting sci-fy book to find out. It will leave you hungry for more.
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