Review: “Pegasus: The Flame of Olympus” by Kate O’Hearn

“Pegasus: The Flame of Olympus ” by Kate O’Hearn

Reviewed by: Kaelin

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Emily is home alone one night in the middle of a storm.  She hears a crash and goes to check it out.  Pegasus is on her roof and now Emily must help Pegasus return to Olympus, unharmed by government officials. On the adventure Emily meets a thief named Paelen and they must join forces to save Pegasus.

Review: “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green

“The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green

Reviewed by: Collin

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The Fault in Our Stars is an excellent book about two cancer survivors who meet at a support group and quickly grow closer.  It isn’t an atrociously long book, but it is guaranteed to make a long-lasting, profound impact.  With underlying themes of mortality and life, as well as a heart-warming love story, this book is bound to please everyone.  John Green creates excellent characters with outstanding dialogue in what may be his best book to date. I highly recommend reading The Fault in Our Stars!


Review: “Divergent” by Veronica Roth

“Divergent” by Veronica Roth

Reviewed by: Collin, age 13

Rating (out of 4 stars):   3stars

I thought that the concept of this book was very interesting (though it and many other books of the genre seem to be very reminiscent of Hunger Games) and that many of the organizations in this book were very well thought out.  That being said, I feel as though more could have been achieved in the span of 300+ pages.  It wasn’t the best book ever, but it was a good, entertaining, quick read.