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    Shadow Of The Hawk

    Book Review for: Shadow of the Hawk by K.S. Jones
    by cosproductions on February 11, 2015

    My initial reaction as I began to read Shadow of the Hawk was that the writing was fluid and graceful. The feel, mood and era all reminded me of John Steinbeck and I was hooked from the very start. Sooze is a 16 year old girl growing up in the Great Depression. She has agreed to marry a man she does not love in order to save her family. She is mature for her age and you immediately feel for her. Her character is equal parts young lady and woman and the author does such a great job showing us that and giving us a reason to love her. When her brother is betrayed by his friend and left accused of a crime he did not commit, Sooze has to make some tough decisions. The trial is actually quite exciting and reminiscent of John Grisham and his “A Time to Kill”. The story brings us to the desperation of an era through the eyes of a young woman ready to sacrifice everything for her family. And when an unexpected turn of events make Sooze wonder if she should hope for love, the complications leave you on the edge of your seat! I recommend this book to anyone who loves a well written tale with a layered main character. If you love Steinbeck or Grisham you will love this novel. You can find out about the author youself at

    Catching Fire (The Second Book of the Hunger Games)

    Great book
    by sevlove77777 on February 4, 2015

    So far this book is awesome.

    The Angel Experiment (Maximum Ride, Book 1)

    by rml_2002 on November 18, 2014

    A book I highly recommend, the entire Maximum Ride series (which starts with this book)is a must-have--particularly if you are a James Patterson fan. Maximum Ride brings, if you want to go deep, up certain questions that make you doubt humanity itself, and how far you would go to survive. The realistic style and the mentioning of several real locations (such as The Institute for Higher Living), leads you to doubt that this book is, indeed, fiction. Also, if you are, as I am and you are sure to be if you read this book, a conspiracy theorist, this book is serious mind-food. For example, this book is about Genetically enhanced beings, which is pure science fiction--or is it? Half of the food we eat is Genetically Modified. And, on Montauk Beach(New York), several unidentifiable animals wash up. All of which where denied by the government. And, a few miles off shore, there is Plum Island research center, who ADMITTEDLY have done research with Genetics and Diseases. Coincidence? I leave that for you to decide. That's all I have to say for now--if you want more information on the topic of government coverups (such as Project Blue book, Project Paperclip,Majestic 12,etc)just send me a message. Even if I am only 12, I do happen to know about this stuff. RML_2002

    Drama High: So, So Hood

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    by slimm_daria on November 18, 2014

    I really liked this book, it is very inspiring and relates back to real life situations. This book really motivates me and shows me a few paths. This book taught me a lot and I can really benefit off this book.

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