Student Reviews: 7B3!

Posted: August 16, 2010 in Student reviews

On Friday we were lucky enough to receive some wonderful book reviews from the good people of 7B3, a class full of prolific and discerning readers.  Here are their thoughts on what they’ve been reading.

Jack
Seven Ancient Wonders by Matthew Reilly
Makes Indiana Jones look like an outing for the retired archeologists club.
Great book, I recommend it to everyone.

Tiger
The Five Greatest Warriors by Matthew Reilly.
It’s like the Da Vinci Code on a rollercoaster.
The plot is extremely well planned, a surprise around every corner.
Recommended of course.

Sarah & Judy
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
This book is absolutely amazing. It is about a girl called Katniss and a boy called Peeta. They are selected as tributes from district 12 to participate in the nation wide ‘Hunger Games’. There are 2 tributes from each district and they have to fight to the death in the arena. The games are a reminder of the rebellion which tried to override the government and the district that started it, district 13, was destroyed. *scary music*

Ewan
The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
This is a fantastic book, unpredictable and not entirely normal. The plot changes throughout the whole book, and you get an attachment to the characters.

Sachinee
A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
This book is set in 1895 and is about the life of 16 year old Gemma Doyle after he mother dies.She leaves India for a ‘proper’ boarding school in England and it is here that her powers to attract the supernatural unfolds. Following the past of a group called the Order, she along with her friends becomes entangled in great dangers.
A great read that can not be put down! ENJOY!

Sami
Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer
Couldn’t put it down.
A mixture of science fiction and fantasy.
Recommended to anyone and everyone.

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