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TeenHelp November 5th 2019 12:41 PM
Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) Imaginary Friend is written by Stephen Chbosky, the author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. It's the first novel he's written in 20 years. Imaginary Friend is a horror novel centered around a young boy, Christopher, who disappears for six days and when he is found he has changed. Christopher starts seeing and hearing things. Christopher begins to hear and see a man who he refers to as the nice man and he begins to hear and see a...
cynefin September 4th 2019 02:37 PM
Orange: A Series Review by Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) Orange is a manga series that consists of five volumes. I ended up reading the complete collection which was basically a compilation of the five volumes in only two separate books. The premise of the novel is that the main character, Naho, is instantly drawn to, Kakeru, a new student who transfers to her school from Tokyo. Naho receives letters in the mail and the person who wrote the letters claims that they...
cynefin August 8th 2019 03:53 PM
Why Neftlix's Thirteen Reasons Why is coming to an end By Cassie (cynefin) The TV series, Thirteen Reasons Why, released March of 2017, is coming to a close. This series was inspired by the book (published in 2007) which was written by Jay Asher. This series followed the story of a young woman named Hannah Baker and the events that occurred prior to her suicide. Though this series has the potential to help encourage conversations about bullying, sexual assault, and suicide,...
TeenHelp August 3rd 2019 01:26 PM
Solo: A Star Wars Story review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) Solo: A Star Wars Story was released last year and I have had the pleasure of seeing it. The movie gives us more information about Han Solo. Han Solo was a major character in the original Star Wars Trilogy. The movie begins with Han and his girlfriend, Kira, trying to escape their home planet because they are being mistreated and forced to work for someone they do not want to. Han and Kira are trying really hard to escape but are...
cynefin August 3rd 2019 01:22 PM
Ugly by Margaret McHeyzer By Cassie (cynefin) source] Ugly by Margaret McHeyzer is a sad yet enlightening story about a woman named Lily and her journey out of abusive living situations. Throughout the book, Lily is put into abusive situations and struggles with denial and not feeling worthy enough to deserve better treatment. Being a survivor myself, I think this book did a good job portraying physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. The characteristics of emotional ...
TeenHelp July 5th 2019 03:29 PM
White Stag: A review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) White Stag, by Kara Barbieri, is a novel about seventeen year old Janneke who is taken captive by an evil goblin named Lydian. While being held captive by Lydian she is subjected to a lot of cruel things. After a while of being held captive she is forced to work for his nephew, Soren. The novel focuses on Janneke trying to cope with the abuse she was forced to endure at the hands of Lydian. This novel has trigger warnings for...
TeenHelp May 5th 2019 02:55 PM
The Benefits of Blogging By Anonymous Blogging has come a long way since it first began back in the mid 1990s. During that time period, before the Internet really begun to take off, blogging was limited to a small community such as university students. Today, blogging is worldwide, across various platforms, with targeted audiences for almost every niche you can imagine. It may be restricted to family and friends—in which the blog would be marked private—it could be for business and...
TeenHelp May 5th 2019 02:52 PM
The Daughter of the Pirate King: A review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) The Daughter of the Pirate King is the first book in a duology written by Tricia Levenseller. The novel follows Alosa who is the daughter of the pirate king. She is sent on a mission, by her father, to retrieve an ancient map that will lead them to treasure. The novel starts off with Alosa being captured by her enemies so that she can search for the hidden map. During her time in captivity she meets Riden...
cynefin April 2nd 2019 07:21 PM
Instant Family: A review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) Instant Family is a movie that focuses on Pete and Ellie Wagner, a couple who decide to take in foster children. The couple go into it expecting to take in one child but they end up fostering three children after finding out that the child they are interested in has two younger siblings. The children, Lizzie, Juan and Lita have dealt with a lot of difficult things and end up giving the couple a difficult time because of their...
TeenHelp March 5th 2019 05:34 AM
A Heart in a Body in the World: A review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) A Heart in a Body in the World by Deb Caletti is the story of Annabelle who suffered from a traumatic experience and decides to go on a cross country run from Seattle to Washington D.C to try and cope with the trauma she experienced. The story had two main parts, the past where Annabelle relives the events that led up to the trauma, and present where Annabelle is going on the cross country run and trying to cope with...
TeenHelp March 5th 2019 05:24 AM
Monday's Not Coming: A review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) Monday's Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson is a novel about the power of friendship. The novel focuses on Claudia and Monday who are best friends. One year, Monday goes missing but Claudia seems to be the only person who notices and she spends her time trying to figure out where her friend went and she tries to get the adults in her life to do something more to find Monday. This novel was beautifully heartbreaking. The love that...
TeenHelp February 3rd 2019 02:45 AM
The Lunar Chronicles: Book series review by Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) The Lunar Chronicles, which was written by Marissa Meyer, is a sci-fi series and is a futuristic retelling of fairy tales such as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and Snow White. There are four books in the series and the first one is called Cinder. This particular novel focuses on the character of Linh Cinder who is a cyborg who is living with her stepmother and stepsisters and is not treated kindly. The...
cynefin November 3rd 2018 02:39 PM
Ink and Wonder: Wonder Crate review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) The Wonder Crate is a special box that is sent out and it comes with bookish and pop culture items. This is a newer box that goes out so subscriptions are not currently available. The box is a new favorite of mine and I enjoy getting it every once in a while. The creator of the box sells a lot of beautifully designed items such as totes, key chains and bookmarks. I started utilizing the Ink and ...
cynefin October 1st 2018 02:35 PM
The Shadow Of What Was Lost: A review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) A Shadow Of What Was Lost by James Islington is the first book in a fantasy trilogy that centers around a character by the name of Davian. The world in this book features individuals who are having to deal with abuse due to being gifted with magical abilities. Twenty years before the novel took place, a war was fought and the gifted individuals were slain and tormented. The only way the gifted survived was...
TeenHelp August 3rd 2018 03:35 PM
Once Upon a Book Club: A book subscription review By Cassie (cynefin) Once Upon a Book Club is one of the many book subscription boxes available for bookworms. It is also the only one I have tried. As a newbie to 'book boxes' I wanted to share my experience by writing a review. Once Upon a Book Club is unique in that it is a virtual book club and it offers three to five gifts that correspond specifically with certain passages of the book that are only to be opened when you...



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