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Pirate’s Log: A Handbook for Aspiring Swashbucklers Book Review

Jory John and Avery Monsen have assembled the perfect manual for all your looting and pillaging needs—each page of Pirate’s Log gets you... read more

The Maze of Bones :: Book Review

From the best-selling author of The Lightning Thief comes The Maze of Bones—the first of ten books in Rick Riordan’s gripping new series... read more

Twilight Book Review

Love comes in all shapes and sizes, at strange times and in strange ways. But for Bella Swan, love comes in a different species—she’s in love w... read more

Inkdeath Book Review

Life in the Inkworld is dangerous, especially for Meggie and her parents whose lives are in mortal danger. Check out a review of Inkdeathread more

Inkspell Book Review

Have you ever wanted to be a part of your favorite book? To jump into its pages and see the world with your own two eyes? Join Meggie and her f... read more

Inkheart Book Review

Imagine you could bring the characters from your favorite books to life? Well, Meggie’s father Mo can, but his gift comes at a terrible ... read more

Suite Scarlett Book Review

Growing up in New York City is anything but ordinary—especially when you live in a hotel! But life sometimes isn’t so sweet for Suite... read more

The Magician Book Review

Join the immortal Nicholas Flamel and friends in the sequel to the best-selling The Alchemyst! Here’s our book review.... read more

The Murder of Bindy Mackenzie Book Review

The Murder of Bindy Mackenzie isn't a typical murder mystery novel. Kidzworld reviews this third novel by Jaclyn Moriarty.... read more

The Stowaway: Stone of Tymora Book Review

Best-selling author R.A. Salvatore and his son Geno have teamed up to write a brand-new fantasy novel, set in the Forgotten Realms! We have the... read more

Hocus Pocus Book Review

Paul Kieve helps create the magic of the Harry Potter movies, now read what he has to say about the real world of magic!... read more

Breaking Dawn Book Review

Move over J.K. Rowling! The fourth installment of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series has been flying off shelves. We're taking a look at this vampire s... read more

Cathy's Key Book Review

Kidzworld reviews Cathy's Key, the sequel to the New York Times Best Seller, Cathy's Book.... read more

Grk and the Hotdog Trail Book Review

Looking for an awesome summer read? Come follow the lovable dog Grk and his owner Tim as they try to locate a missing statue on the stre... read more

Confessions of a Serial Kisser Book Review

Evangeline is through with love, thanks to her parent's divorce, but all that changes when she stumbles upon a book that changes her mind! ... read more

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"A16" wrote:IT HAS BEEN A WHILE FLOSSY!! HOW ARE YOU?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?!LoL, glad you liked the description, FWR, let's try and remember that for welcoming X3HEEYYOOOO, LAZZY ~ :D Haha~ Really busy and stuff. First I was moving and packing then unpacking. Now I'm doing a shazload of writing. XD 
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"LAZY778" wrote:Well I like the beginning but the end was weird. But you could have done something like after talking about heading back to the woods you could have done ,a burst of light blinding me then a bang! My side hits the front of the vehicle, suddenly I'm on my side on the rocky ground, I look at the stars, then they all go out. Or maybe not. :/ Well yeah, But I was trying to make it like an animal was thinking it. So I didn't wanna use car, vehicle or anything like that.  
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