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Dragon Cave!!

Published January 23, 2012 by bookspirit99

Here you can comment your eggs into the comment section and we will click on each others’ eggs!

Sucker Punch: The Movie

Published January 15, 2012 by bookspirit99

A girl and her sister are abused by her father and she tries to protect her sister. She wounds him with his gun and flees to her mother’s grave, where she is found by the police. Her father called the police on her because she shot him. She was taken to a mental institute where things were done differently. The girls there were forced to be strippers and danced in front of audiences. The girl escaped the pain of being there by entering a fantasy world in which she fought her way and accomplished missions. The whole time, she never gave up the hope of escaping the horrible place.

I felt that this was a wonderful movie, just very mature for some audiences. The weird mix of action and imprisonment was well done and kept you on the edge of your seat for the duration of the movie. The end is really sad but I won’t tell you any more than that because it will ruin the whole movie. I think you should watch it if you are over 14 or so. Be mature and don’t let your little siblings see it. It would scar them for life. The meaning of the story was good and able to be understood by them but the content is really mature. I personally loved it!

Link to Trailer! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iK4qAJvnr3A&feature=fvst

The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness

Published January 14, 2012 by bookspirit99

The Epic Book Cover!

There are no women in your town. You are the last boy. Everyone can hear everyone else’s thoughts. It just gets weirder and weirder. Read the rest of this entry →

Saffy’s Angel by Hilary McKay

Published January 8, 2012 by bookspirit99

“For Saffy: Her Angel in the garden, the stone one.” This note was left in the will of Saffron’s grandfather. The world seems to be falling apart and the only piece that fits is Grandpa. He is still her grandfather, even when her parents aren’t her biological parents. Read the rest of this entry →

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