Just Listen by Sarah Dessen

This book was about a girl, Annabel, who hides from her friends and everyone because something bad happened to her. The only guy who talks to her is named Owen. Owen loves music, and he shares it with Annabel. I really liked this book because I’ve felt like Annabel before- when I have something and feel like I can’t talk about it to anybody. Music has also been a big part of my life, so it was cool to see how Annabel and Owen had a relationship with the music. It’s a touching story with lots of music, heart, heartache, love, friends, enemies, and teenage life.

The Princess Bride by William Goldman

The Princess Bride is a hilarious love story where two people accidentally fall in love and get separated. Chapter after chapter these two try to find each other as they live their every day lives. It’s not as easy as it sounds, but once they find each other their troubles are not over. I advise everyone to read this book at least once. It draws you right into the story, and their adventures are very thrilling.

The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers by Michael Newton

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I read the Encyclopedia of Serial Killers. I read this book because I chose serial killers for my criminal justice research paper. It was a good research tool because it had specific serial killers and described their lives. I was amazed at how many different serial killers there are out there. I recommend this book to everyone, but just a warning, it is pretty creepy.

Cirque du Freak- Tunnels of Blood by Darren Shan

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This is the third book in the Cirque du Freak series following the adventures of Darren Shan, the boy Vampire Assistant. In this installment, Mr. Crepsley – the vampire to whom Darren is assistant – heads off to the city for reasons not explained to Darren. In order to make the trip more enjoyable, Darren brings his snake-boy friend Evra and meets a a girl named Debbie. However, things get more intense when the town is afflicted with several mysterious murders that seem to be the work of Mr. Crepsley.
This book takes a fresh and unique take on the vampire myth and its refreshing humor makes it a seamless read. Pretty well PG rated and very entertaining. Highly recommended.

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