Ihdreniel wrote:BkkprGirl wrote:The Book Theif by Markus Zusak. SO amazing. Words can't even comprehend it.
Definitely, definitely, definitely. It's one of my favorite books ever. If you're interested, the book club is having a discussion on it right now.
Allysta wrote:Hmm, I found a book at the library a few weeks ago called The Queen's Soprano, by Carol Dines. It is very good, and interesting. I would definitely recommend it, especially if you like singing and historical fiction.
Rocket Axxonu wrote: one of my absolutely favorite series ever has to be Animorphs. I read the books when I was a kid, and I loved them, but I read them again recently a few years ago, and I was absolutely amazed by how good they were. (I always liked animals, so the idea of people changing into animals was pure gold to me as a kid, but even more than that, looking back at the series now, I see how well the series handles that, in actually getting inside the minds of the animals. The series also deals with a pretty wide range of pretty deep themes, many of them related to war, especially in the later books when things really start getting series. The way the series develops the characters is pretty amazing, too--each of the core characters have a personality trait that sets them apart and makes them memorable, and gives them a distinct voice, but over the course of the series, they each struggle with being defined by those traits, while struggling with the challenges that their situation forces them to contend with.)
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