Review by Abdd
Alex Rider: Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz
The book Alex Rider; Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz is an action-packed episode of an intelligence agent. I would rate this book a full 5 stars. It has a great beginning, plot, developing hook, and climax.
Alex Rider is a 14-year-old boy who used to live with his caretaker Jack and his uncle, Ian Rider. That all changed the day when the police arrived at 3 am to admit that his uncle had died in a tragic car accident.
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Review by Trent
Elantris by Brandon Sanderson
“Elantris”, Brandon Sanderson’s first novel, remains a compelling story almost fifteen years after publishing. The book follows a similar pattern to most of Sanderson’s other works, centering on a few different characters exploring a world of magic and mystery. The world of Elantris is a well-crafted and coherent setting, managing to be familiar to fantasy readers and yet entirely unique.
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Review by Guhan
Life of Pi by Yann Martel
During my first reading of Life of Pi, the element of the novel that sticks in one’s mind immediately is Piscine Molitor “Pi” Patel, the titular protagonist. Looking back, it was easy to identify with Pi because he is a teenager. At just 16, Pi is easy to empathize with, and is a strong hero to root for throughout the novel. After reading "Life of Pi" more than a few times, one realizes that the story is not just about Pi however.
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