Posted in Author, Book Review, Matilda, Neurodivergent supergirl, Roald Dahl

Matilda By: Roald Dahl

Matilda

By: Roald Dahl

 

Matilda father, Mr Wormwood, is a nasty, sneaky git. Her mother is incredibly stupidly dumb, but young Matilda is a very intelligent young lady. And she has a magical gift that helps her keep the bullies at bay.

Even though Matilda is very young, she is very knowledgeable, and smart for her age, and while her own family don’t appreciate her being a bookworm, she stays herself and does not have her eyes glued to a tv unlike her family.

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Posted in Amira-Jolie Ryan, Author, Frank Beddor, Neurodivergent supergirl, The Looking Glass Wars

The Looking Glass Wars by: Frank Beddor

26th October 2016

The Looking Glass Wars
by: Frank Beddor.

 

Alyss Heart is the princess of Wonderland, her mother Genevieve is the Queen, and Madigan Hatter is not mad, he is Queen Genevieve’s bodyguard.
Genevieve’s sister Redd Heart is the vicious villain. Alyss Heart, is having her 7th birthday celebrated by the Queendom; when Queen Genevieve is visited by a fortune-teller, The Blue Caterpillar, who shows Genevieve that her sister, Redd Heart might escape from her prison in the Checkerboard Desert. Continue reading “The Looking Glass Wars by: Frank Beddor”

Posted in Author, Book Review, Homecoming, Kass Morgan, Neurodivergent supergirl, The 100

The 100: Homecoming, by Kass Morgan

NAME: Amira-Jolie                                                        DATE: Sept. 3, 2015


The 100: Homecoming

By Kass Morgan

This book is about the 100 criminal children who were sent to Earth to see if it was viable 100 years after nuclear war decimated the planet.
Just when the 100 are getting used to Earth being home, The Ark, the massive ship in orbit around Earth, is losing oxygen and the dropships are crashing into the ground. Some people will die, but some will finally make it to their new home. The crash on Earth brings all their old friends including Glass and Lukethe people on the Ark are forced to make their way down.

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Posted in Author, Kass Morgan, Neurodivergent supergirl, The 100

The 100 by Kass Morgan

                                                           DATE: Sept. 3, 2015

The 100
by Kass Morgan

The 100 is a book about one hundred teenage criminals sent to Earth for the first time in 100 years. They are told they’re being given a second chance to redeem themselves when really the Council is testing to see if it is possible to live there without being killed by radiation.  Continue reading “The 100 by Kass Morgan”

Posted in Author, Ferals, Ferals:The Dark Talker., Jacob Grey, Neurodivergent supergirl

Ferals: The Swarm Descends. By Jacob Grey.

Amira-Jolie Ryan
Age 14
19/1/17
Ferals: The Swarm Descends.
By Jacob Grey.
After eight years in the Dark Summers shadow, the city of Blackstone is finally free from the evil of The Spinning Man that has scarred it for many years because of Caw the crow talker and his friends. But a new evil is stirring in Blackstone, ready to stain the walls of the city again. This new evil is born by the Mother of Flies, about to break the walls of the relaxing city into unrepairable chaos. Unless Caw, his crows and his friends can form together to destroy the Mother of Flies horrible plans, Blackstone and everyone there will be doomed to the terrible Mother of Flies, never to see the light again. Continue reading “Ferals: The Swarm Descends. By Jacob Grey.”
Posted in Author, Ferals, Ferals:The Dark Talker., Jacob Grey, Neurodivergent supergirl

Ferals: The Dark Talker. By Jacob Grey.

By: Aj
Age: 14
Date: 11/1/17
Book review:
Ferals: The Dark Talker.
It has been eight years since the Dark Summer war. Caw was just five years old when his parents threw him out of his window , to be rescued by crows. To be raised by those same crows from now on. Though the city of BlackStone already seems damaged beyond repair, a great evil is contaminating the city once again ,spread by three escaped Feral prisoners , Jawbone (the dog Feral) , Scuttle (the cockroach Feral) and Mamba (the snake Feral). Caw and his loyal crows, allies and friends must crush the spreading evil and defeat The Spinning Man once and for all or all will be lost…..
Caw is the crow talker, his real name is Jack Carmichae. He is 13 today.  It was Dark Summer when Caw was thrown out, when a lot of evil Ferals were trying to take over the city of Blackstone. Since then Caw is raised by the the crows who rescued him. He becomes friends with red-haired Lydia, three prisoners escape. Most unlucky, they are Ferals too.
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Posted in Author, James Dashner, Neurodivergent supergirl, The Maze Runner

The Maze Runner By James Dashner

Amira
age: 14
27/1/17
The Maze Runner
By James Dashner
When Thomas awakes, he finds himself in a dark lift and the only thing he remembers is his first name. when light comes in, he is met by a bunch of boys who live in the centre of an enormous maze, full of hideous monsters called Grievers. The centre of the Maze is called the Glade. There seems to be no way out of the Maze. But when a girl comes through the lift, they have got to find a way out or die. The story follows a boy called Thomas. He wakes up in a strange place called the Glade, where a bunch of teenage boys like him are living without men, girls or woman.
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Posted in Author, Book Review, Brisingr, Christopher Paolini, Eragon, Neurodivergent supergirl

Brisingr. By Christopher Paolini

Brisingr.
By Christopher Paolini
Eragon and Saphira, who are still recovering from the battle on the Burning Plains, have to return to Dras Leona to rescue Roran’s love, Katrina from the clutches of the king. But they must return to Ellesmera to continue their training to rid Alagaesia of the evil Rider King Galbatorix before its to late…
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Posted in Author, Christopher Paolini, Eragon, Neurodivergent supergirl

Eragon, by Christopher Paolini

Eragon
By Christopher Paolini.
When hunting, Eragon (who is a normal farm boy from Carvahall) discovers a mysterious blue stone, which soon hatches… A DRAGON!
Eragon’s simple farming life takes an unexpected turn, making him a Dragon Rider, a legendary peacekeeper against the perils and evils in Alagaësia.
**Spoiler alert**
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Posted in Book Review, Gone Series, Hunger, MICHAEL GRANT, Neurodivergent supergirl, The National Autistic Society, Uncategorized

Hunger (from the Gone Series) By Michael Grant

Hunger (from the Gone Series)
By Michael Grant

Very limited supplies. Many starving children and teens. Sam Temple and the FAYZ government are struggling to keep violence at bay. Sam’s evil brother, Caine in driven into town in attempt to take control with his sidekick Drake, AKA Whip Hand. In Perdido Beach, Sam and his friends struggle to stretch the limited food over a hundred starving children and teenagers. But deep underground the most terrible danger ‘The Darkness’ too, is hungry…

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