Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer: Reviewed by Alexis

Beaking Dawn Alexis, a library user, had the following to say about Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer.

Warning: there are some mild spoilers in the review. So if you haven’t read the book yet, continue reading at your own risk.

See Alexis’ Review

And now the book, Twilight, by Stephenie Meyer, is reviewed by a library user

TwilightTwilight was a great book that captured me from the first sentence. I loved this book and so did all of my friends. I recommend it to EVERYONE because i am sure that you will love it too. The topic of vampires (or romance) might give you doubts about the book but trust me, it’s not what you think it will be like. To tell you the truth i am OBSESSED with the book (and the series) and have read the first book 5 times! If you like the book/series send an email to Steph to ask her to finish and publish “Midnight Sun”, “Twilight” in Edward’s point of view (it was leaked onto the internet) So check it out because you won’t regret it…
–Kiran

The Host

User Recommendation

If you’re a teenager searching for a deep, and spiritual novel filled with depth and emotion, The Host is the way to go. Filled with events of apprehension and interest that would captivate a wide reading audience, The Host portrays the very essence of finding true love while keeping your dignity as a soul. It shows the meaningful aspects of being a human being, that we often take for granted. Melanie has been one of the few left in a world desolated by creatures known as souls. With her struggles and scattered memory, she sets out to find her lost love, Jared. She must overcome all kind of obstacles and oversee the worst of circumstances in order to succeed. This book will keep you reading untill the break of dawn, with its unstoppable exhilarating plot and emotional character bondage. This book receives a good review. Be sure to check out your own copy of The Host, or purchase one at a local book store.

-Nata

Just Ask (in the Diary of a Teenage Girl series)

Just Ask
The Diary of a Teenage Girl book series are about teenage girls, as they are living their lives; it’s written as a diary from each girl. My favorite in the series (Just Ask) is about Kim, an oriental adopted girl. In the beginning she is trying out different religions and trying to find the truth. She tries Buddhism, but it doesn’t work. Then she watches a strong Christian movie with her friends and becomes a Christian. She also writes in a local newspaper under the pseudonym name of Jamie. She gives all sorts of advice, some good, and some bad. Her mom gets sick…Then her best friend becomes pregnant… Well, I’d better not give away the whole story, but if you read the series about her you’ll find out the rest all by yourself. It’s a very good book. I highly recommend it.
–Elizabeth

Dragons in Our Midst series

Raising Dragons

This series is excellent!!! The first book, Raising Dragons, is about Bonnie and Billie, two half-dragons and the adventures they find themselves in. There are 4 books in the series total: #1 Raising Dragons, #2 The Candlestone , #3 Circles of Seven , and #4 Tears of a Dragon . My other favorite thing about this series is that it is Christian. It refers to parts of the Bible in parts of the story. Hope you will check this series out, it’s amazing!!!

–Elizabeth