Posts by Isabelle

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Peak weekly response

Discussion by: 17mahi on Thu, 2013-06-06 10:24 with 0 comments

" 'To climb, Peak, you have to be completely selfish.' " (Pg. 197).

Entwined by Heather Dixon

Discussion by: 17mahi on Mon, 2013-06-03 10:26 with 0 comments

Azalea had a royal life at the palace with her other 11 younger sisters filled with balls, suitors, and most importantly, dancing. But when her mother passes away, all is taken away as the king, her father, announces that they will be in mourning for their queen and mother. The strained relationship between the princesses and the king becomes as tense as ever, and when they discover a secret passageway in their bedrooms, they go through it and discover a whole new world that is awfully similar to their previous lifestyle.

Entwined weekly response

Discussion by: 17mahi on Sun, 2013-06-02 14:39 with 0 comments

"She remembered all the times she had lashed out at the King with scathing words" (Pg. 397).

Princess Diaries Weekly Response

Discussion by: 17mahi on Fri, 2013-05-10 10:12 with 0 comments
Channels

"All of a sudden he was talking to me" (Pg. 143).

War Horse by Michael Morpurgo

Discussion by: 17mahi on Tue, 2013-04-30 10:34 with 0 comments

This book centers mainly around the journey of a horse that started out being sold to the army during World War I. There are multiple conflicts, stories, and many characters that happen in the story, since the horse gets transferred to different places. The main conflict is that Joey, the horse, just simply wants to get back to Albert, a farm boy that had first taken care of him. Not only those this story show a horse's troubles, it also shows how the war affected various people in a usually negative way.

Dark of the Moon

Discussion by: 17mahi on Wed, 2013-04-24 10:34 with 0 comments

I had abandoned this book because it had included too much romance in the beginning of the book. I am not a fan of romance, so I had abandoned the book. Also, I already knew the story of the Minotaur before I had read this book, so the major events that happened were already predictable, I already knew that it would happen. Another factor in why I am not reading the book anymore is because I had prematurely returned the book back to the library, half by mistake and the other half with intention.

Rotten by Michael Northdrop

Discussion by: 17mahi on Wed, 2013-04-24 10:24 with 0 comments

Jimmer Dobbs (JD) came back from upstate during the school year to find that his mother had adopted a former rescued dog, a Rottweiler that JD later renamed Johnny Rotten. Other than the dog, nothing has changed in the small town. During the book, JD clearly is hiding something that had happened when he was in upstate during the summer. JD is worried that his friends would ask about what happened in upstate, but they didn't. As time passes and JD's daily routine is regular and normal, one of his more distant friends cornered JR and caused the dog to bit him (Mars).

Valiant: A Modern Tale Of Faerie

Discussion by: 17mahi on Wed, 2013-04-17 10:36 with 0 comments

Valerie Russell had run away from home because of a heartbreaking betrayal that completely changed her world. Wandering around with no destination, she bumps into a small group of teens that live underground, where subway trains pass by and almost kill them. For some unknown reason Valerie follows them and becomes a part of their group. But something seems off, and the unsettled feeling rings out to be true once Valerie tags along in a delivery one of the teens make. After questioning them about it, she figures out that mythical creatures such as faeries, trolls, or nature spirits.

Rotten Weekly Response

Discussion by: 17mahi on Wed, 2013-04-17 10:19 with 0 comments

"It's like an agreement between us: He'll take food from me as long as I don't get too close" (Pg. 25).

Dark Of The Moon Weekly Response

Discussion by: 17mahi on Sun, 2013-04-07 19:07 with 0 comments

"How sad, I thought, to know the goddess only as a light in the night sky that comes and goes!" (Pg. 38).

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