Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. The feature was created because The Broke and Bookish are particularly fond of lists (as are we!). Each week a new Top Ten list topic is given and bloggers can participate.
Today’s Topic: Ten Books I Want to Reread
From Danny J., 6th Grade
1. Legend by Marie Lu
One of my favorite books because it was suspenseful to see if Day would be able to get out. Also, because it was exciting to figure out who killed her family and what secrets the government was hiding.
2. The False Prince by Jennifer Nielsen
It was really suspenseful to see who would become the false prince and who would die.
3. The Young Elites by Marie Lu
It was exciting how everyone use their own power and what their plan was and if they would be able to take over.
4. The Ghost of Graylock by Dan Poblocki
It was scary how the author slowly brought out the truth of all the hospital’s events.
5. I, Q by Roland Smith
The action of them working with the government never stopped because there was always a problem to stop.
6. Graceling by Kristin Cashore
The fact that she was graced with fighting/survival was cool because she could survive and fight in most situations.
7. Hurt Go Happy by Ginny Rorby
It was exciting to see what would happen to Sukari after Charlie passed away and Joey’s mom wasn’t fond of Sukari.
8. Mark of the Thief by Jennifer Nielsen
It was exciting to see what would happen to Nic now that so many people are after him because he has the bulla.
9. Variant by Robison Wells
It is very suspenseful to see if Ben and the other kids would make it out of the “school.”
10. Everlost by Neal Shusterman
I liked the story of him finding a way out of Everlost and all the challenges he has to face, like the Mcgill, to get out.
Thank you, Danny!
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