For Politics class I need to write a book review on a political non-fiction book. It's due in June but we are supposed to start reading now. Any suggestions? Shake Hands with the Devil by Romeo Dallaire is already taken...
Sometimes I wish I were running a dating website. These two murder-minded Sparklers would be perfect for each other! Or perfectly companionable bookworms, at least.
Sparkler #1 writes...
So I love to read, A LOT. And I been wondering if you can give me any book recommendations? Here's a little about myself. I love shows like Law & Order Special Victims Unit, Covet Affairs, and and CSI. I love mysteries as you can see and police work. I also love drama and vampires. I've been reading Pretty Little Liars since 5 grade, and now that the books are over, I need more drama I can read. Please help.
K, so I'm 14, just a youngen, and I really want a good book to read that can HOOK me. I need something that makes you stop and think. Genre doesn't matter. I don't necessarily want something with massive, rarely used words (I'm looking at you Eragon) that you have to look up in your dictionary. I would love for it to be more of a "mature" book. Not my grade level. I am, surprisingly, pretty mature when it comes to reading. I feel like God in English because everyone is always asking me about what this line means and what's a good these. But maturity doesn't apply for me elsewhere... WE'RE DRIFTING FROM THE POINT.
Like I said, a mature book. Requires thought process and thinking. Thanks ;]
There's nothing more fun than recommending books, except perhaps recommending books while eating cheese fries. So I was delighted to get this email:
My name is Jess and I was recently reading a blog you posted about someone's thesis on the Crucible. I then clicked around on a few links and noticed you can recommend books, which i find always fun. So could you please recommend a few for me?
I'll give you a little description about myself so you don't feel at a loss.