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Review
I wasn't sure if I would like this book because of the older language and it's a classic. However, I actually really really liked it. It's such a great book with a great story with ups and downs and it is really captivating. I want to buy my own copy so I can own it and read it again whenever I want to, however many times I want to. I definitely recommend to read this book and don't give up on it. It's worth reading.
Title
Little Women
Author
Louisa May Alcott
Rating
5
Review
Really good, whats gonna happen with sydney and adrian
Title
the golden lily
Author
richelle mead
Rating
5
Review
This is the second book in Scott Westerfeld's Ugly series. I don't want to give away anything from the first book, but I will say that this book is amazing, and I loved every minute of it.
Title
Pretties
Author
Scott Westerfeld
Rating
4
Review
Really good, twists the place in the moroi world
Title
bloodlines
Author
richelle mead
Rating
5
Review
Not so.good
Title
blind
Author
rachel dewoskin
Rating
2
Review
I only read it cuz i have the second book, its pretty good
Title
the raven boys
Author
maggie stiefvater
Rating
4
Review
Cinder is a cyborg, part human, part android. She lives in New Beijing, 126 years after the Fourth World War. A plague called letumosis is ravaging her world, and no one knows how it's spread, or how it's cured. On top of this, Cinder faces discrimination for being a cyborg, including from her adoptive mother and one of her step sisters. The only human that cares for her is her other step sister, Peony, and she has contracted a case of letumosis. Cinder also keeps running into the Prince, which is kind of freaking her out. But to top it all off, Queen Levana of the Luna (a civilization on the moon) is furious. And it seems like part of it has to do with Cinder.

I loved this book, and I'm sure any lover of futuristic and dystopian books will love it just as much as I did.
Title
Cinder
Author
Melissa Meyer
Rating
5
Review
Many of my friends have enjoyed this dystopian series, and much to my delight, I found myself eager to see how the first book in the series would end.

Tally Youngblood is an ugly, and she has waited all her life for her sixteenth birthday, the day when the doctors will give her the operation, and she will enter the world of New Pretty Town. But when her new friend Shay runs away from her operation, the authorities give her an ultimatum. Turn in her friend, or never become pretty. As Tally struggles with her decision, her life changes in many new ways that will keep readers turning the pages until the very end.
Title
Uglies
Author
Scott Westerfeld
Rating
4
Review
This is the conclusion to the Twilight series. A stunning ending, you will find yourself turning every page with bated breath, eager to learn what will happen to Bella and Edward.
Title
Breaking Dawn
Author
Stephenie Meyer
Rating
5
Review
The third book in the Twilight series, this book continues the story of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen. I won't say too much, because I don't want to spoil the first two books, but I can say that this book is every bit as good as the first books in the series.
Title
Eclipse
Author
Stephenie Meyer
Rating
5