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All the Lovely Bad Ones Juvenile Book All the Lovely Bad Ones

Mary Downing Hahn
J HAHN

4 stars.

Describe the book: It is amazing. When the two main characters, Travis and Corey, arrive at Fox Hill Inn, it is very quiet but it will not stay like that for long. When they play ghost and scare some of the residents, something darker starts to do the scaring. Fox Hill Inn has become a Haunted Hotel.

What did you think: It was amazing. I liked it when they realized that ghosts were real and when the ghosts show their faces.

Who would you recommend it to: It is for everybody who likes adventure.

- D.B. (Grade 8) from Edmonds Library



Maximum Ride (2) School's Out ... Forever Teen Book Maximum Ride (2) School's Out ... Forever

James Patterson
TEEN PATTERS

4 stars.

Describe the book: In this loose fitting sequel to Maximum Ride (1) The Angel Experiment, Maximum Ride (Max) faces a new plot that includes clones, an undead enemy, jealousy, love and Erasers (mutant human/wolf hybrids). Can she and the flock survive?

What did you think: I thought it was great. It had a lot of action and excitement. I liked the part when Max takes out Max the clone.

Who would you recommend it to: It is for anybody.

- D.B. (Grade 8) from Edmonds Library



halo: mortal dictata book halo: mortal dictata

karen traviss
FIC TRAVISS

4 stars.

Describe the book: This book was about a government branch called ONI trying to find a stolen alien ship, and capture or destroy it. Mean while a human insurrectionist tries to find his missing daughter and plans to attack earth to get the truth, as well with a group of aliens wanting to steal the ship that ONI wants

What did you think: I found it very thrilling and I had trouble putting it down. My favorite part when an alien called "Sometimes Sinks" starts threatening a group of aliens trying to steal the ship.

Who would you recommend it to: I recommend it to 7th graders and up

- A.M. (Grade 10) from Marysville Library



Even in Paradise Teen Book Even in Paradise

Chelsey Philpot
TEEN PHILPOT

4 stars.

Describe the book: Charlotte befriends Julie, a rich, mysterious new girl to St. Anne's, when she rescues her from being caught outside drunk by the night guard at their dorms. Julia welcomes Charlotte into her world, her family, her life... Julia is wonderful, but perpetually haunted by the death of her older sister Gus and Gus' boyfriend David from years ago.

What did you think: This book jumped through time a lot, but I think that was a great way to do it; ignoring all the everyday banter in between and sticking to significant points of the next couple years. It was sad to see Julia's family members trying to make Charlotte be responsible for her behavior... that's not her job as her friend, as much as she loves her.

Who would you recommend it to: gr8+, friendships, family, death, lgbtq

- A.K. (Grade 12) from Mill Creek Library



Artemis Fowl: The Last Gaurdian Teen Book Artemis Fowl: The Last Gaurdian

Eoin Colfer
TEEN COLFER

4 stars.

Describe the book: It was amazing. Opal Koboi has developed the power to raise the dead but it will only last for a day unless Opal can undo the second lock and release the berserkers to destroy the world. Artemis Fowl is the last Guardian and the only one who can save the world.

What did you think: It was exciting when Artemis is reborn into a clone.

Who would you recommend it to: It is for anybody.

- D.B. (Grade 8) from Edmonds Library



Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex Teen Book Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Complex

Eoin Colfer
TEEN COLFER

4 stars.

Describe the book: The world is in danger by Roots brother who breaks out of jail and makes a plot to get rid of anybody who could stop him. The world needs Artemis but Artemis is not in the right mind. He has gone crazy and a lot of people are about to die. Who will save them?

What did you think: It was interesting how they escaped from there jell pods and took out Root.

Who would you recommend it to: It is for everybody.

- D.B. (Grade 8) from Edmonds Library



Artemis Fowl: The Lost Colony Teen Book Artemis Fowl: The Lost Colony

Eoin Colfer
TEEN COLFER

4 stars.

Describe the book: Artemis Fowl is now exploring something new, time travel. He calculates where a demon (N°1) was and he travels into a new adventure that includes demon warlocks, fairies, a time spell, a unravelling time spell and someone who has almost as much intelligent as Artemis Fowl himself. Can he pull it off and save the island of the Hybras?

What did you think: It was quite amazing when he fought off Leon Abbot.

Who would you recommend it to: It is for anybody.

- D.B. (Grade 8) from Edmonds Library



Molly Moon Stops the World Juvenile Book Molly Moon Stops the World

Georgia Byng
J BYNG

4 stars.

Describe the book: Molly Moon has a new mission and she must stop Primo Cell from taking over the world using hypnotized Academy Award winners. But beware as there is much to discover about Molly's powers and past. Can she stop Primo Cell? Can she stop the real enemy, Lucy Logan herself? Doom is on the horizon.

What did you think: It was amazing because of how exciting and suspenseful way it was written. It was awesome how it ends.

Who would you recommend it to: It is for everyone who wants to be special.

- D.B. (Grade 8) from Edmonds Library



Love and Other Unknown Variables Love and Other Unknown Variables

Shannon Lee Alexander

3 stars.

Describe the book: Charlie doesn't know a thing about love; all he knows is that he wants to get into MIT, and math and science are the ways to get there. He meets Charlotte one morning in Krispy Kreme and is perplexed by her infinity/hope tattoo on her neck, and when he finds she's befriended his sister Becca, he gets to know her better... not knowing her secrets.

What did you think: I really loved Charlotte's character, but I really didn't like anything about Charlie at all. He sounded ignorant a lot, and I don't know why he's surprised that girls don't fall into his arms when he randomly makes physical moves on them out of nowhere. All in all, this book felt a little longer than it should've been, but it was still good.

Who would you recommend it to: gr7+, relationships, math, cancer, school, family

- A.K. (Grade 12) from Mill Creek Library


Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox book Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox

Eoin Colfer
eBOOK OVERDRI

3 stars.

Describe the book: It was very confusing but it was still cool. When his mother contracts Spelltropy, Artemis must go back in time to get the cure of a silky sifaka lemur that he killed earlier by selling it to the Extinctionists. Remember the laws of time are far from simple...

What did you think: It was amazing when he defeats Opal Koboi and blows up the seventh Kraken.

Who would you recommend it to: It is for everybody.

- D.B. (Grade 8) from Edmonds Library



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