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Kobe Moldrem
04:11 PM ET (US)
I am reading Battle of Britain. The book has 101 pages and I am on page 51.
N- nice, naive, nauseous, nourishing, nutty.
I- indigenous, interesting, intelligent, ingulfed, infamous, imposter.
C- charismatic, confident, courageous, calm, collected.
K- kind, killer, kinetic, knowledgeable, kooky.
Nathan Hanisch
04:08 PM ET (US)
I am reading Alex Rider Ark Angel. I today I stopped on page 210 out of 326.
J= Jumpy, (non)Judgemental, Jolly
A= Awesome, Active, Adventurous, Assertive
C= Calm, Collective, Careful
K= Kind, Knowledgeable, Keen
Markinzie Hagen
12:28 PM ET (US)
Im reading Will Grayson. and here is my list
T= tasteful, tactical, theatrical
I= intelligent, indecisive
N=nice, naughty, naive
Makayla Schilling
04:20 PM ET (US)
Im still reading thirteen reasons why by Jay Asher, today I finished on page 177 out of 288 pages.
There are some parts of this book that are relatable to me but I find it more of a book that you read just to know that things like this happen. The book talks about many topics such as the character Hannah getting bullied, she commits suicided. So reading from my point of view I am reading it from more of I want to know more about the topic. So that if I see anything that might be out of the ordinary then I should try to say something. It would also help someone to show them that they aren't alone that there are other people out there that care. I would say that it does not really relate to my life but I can find different ways to relate to it. Everyone has been bullied in their life so I can relate to that. So even if the case is suicide, there are many things that have led to the suicide and some of those thing such as rumors being spread, and bulling happens to everyone so I can relate.
Shey Uehling
03:13 PM ET (US)
I am reading at the edge by Norah McLintock. It is 187 pages and I stopped at page 37.

N- nice, natural, naive, nourishing
I- Iroinic, intellegent, interesting
C- calm, collective, careful
K- kind, knowledgable, keen
Gabrielle Englund
03:11 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading Like Dandelion Dust, there are 361 pages and I am on page 55.
The main character in the book, Like Dandelion Dust, is Joey
J- Jolly, Jumpy, Judgmental
O- Observent, Optimistic, Occupied
E- Excited, Eager, Emotional
Y- Young, Yearning, Yik-Yak
Riley Hollander
03:03 PM ET (US)
I am reading island of dr. moreau and it has 138 pages and i stop don page 59.
#2 This book actually does remind me about myself. Also it reminds me of my cousins and when we were younger. When we were younger, we always took trips to the campground out in Minnesota and the first thing we would do was hop on our bikes and ride around to find something interesting. So we would be exploring and analyzing EVERYTHING and if we didn't know the name of something we would make it up and sometimes refer back to it. As the same in this book, Montgomery and his team are finding new creatures and things and still analyzing and taking note about them. So in a way my cousins and I had a little team of our own like this at the campground.
Taylor Otheim
03:00 PM ET (US)
To build a fire pg 37 of 162.

The character reminds me of myself because of his love for the outdoors. He also fears god and the wilderness around him. He realizes that he is not invincible. It reminds me of my experiences in Brule County, It is always cold when we go hunting there, and my dad and my brother and I separate to cover more ground. It is dead quiet and reminds me of the book in many ways. I picture Brule when I read this book.
Kamryn Lindskov
01:47 PM ET (US)
50 Shades of Grey 514 pages on 3 62
A- Accessible, Active, Adaptable, Admirable
N-Naive, Nagging, Noble, Noncompliant
A- Aspiring, Attractive, Amiable
S- Subtle, Sweet, Sympathetic, Systematic
T- Tidy, Tolerant, Tractable, Trusting
A- Ambitious, Amusing, Artful
S- Stylish, Subjective, Surprising, Soft
I- Invisible, Irrelevent, Incompetent
A- Anxious, Amused, Appealing
Nathan Masloski
01:33 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading Legacy of Kings, there are 411 pages in my book and I stopped on page 66.
Out of all of my family members I believe that my aunt or mom would enjoy this book most. They both enjoy reading books very much but they also like the older folk lore tales. This book fits them because it takes place in a time when kings ruled the lands with their queens and married their daughters off to prices' in far away lands. Due to the fact that this book has that exact story it would be a perfect fit. However they enjoy a lot of Steven king with all the gore and blood.
Damon Kindt
03:06 PM ET (US)
I am reading the Hunted and I am still on page 16 of 341. I know a little bit about the characters for a few of them were in my previous book.
S- Simple, smart, strong
H- Humble, hardworking, halfway thinker
Y- yielding, yearning to do better
Noah Vettrus
10:33 AM ET (US)
Im reading Enclave and I am still on page 14 of 259. I don't know much about the characters from my new book so I am going to do the main character of the last book I read, The Kill Order.
M - mindful, motivated, moving, macho, manly
A - assertive, adventurous, accomplished, action-based, affectionate
R - resourceful, respectful, responsible, reasonable, realistic
K - keen, killer, key, kind, knowledgeable
Sheylee Stowers
11:17 PM ET (US)
I don't know much about my characters in the book I just started. I'm reading Dear John by Nicholas Sparks. My book has 276 pages and I stopped today on page 56.

Since I don't know too much about my book yet, I'm going to do my post over 50 Shades of Grey, which I have already finished.

C- charming, caring, classy, calm, cute
H- humble, happy, hard-working, heart-warming, harsh
R- rambunctious, real, relevant, responsible, respectable
I- independent, ideal, impatient, impressive, intimate
S- smart, soothing, sweet, secretive, seductive
T- talented, tidy, trusting, true, tedious
I- intelligent, insulting, interesting, interpersonal, ironic
A- adaptable, awesome, aware, apparent, assertive
N- nosey, nice, neat, nifty, nippy
Amber Muth
04:20 PM ET (US)
I finished The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window last class and today I started reading The Last Song. The book has 405 pages and I ended on page 65 today.
I am reading The Last Song. The main character is a teenage girl named Ronnie. Here is my list:
R= reckless, resentful, rebellious, realistic, revolting
O= ordinary, oblivious, observant, obvious, (un)obedient
N= naive, naughty, natural, neat, nervous
N= normal, numb, nourishing, nonviolent, noble
I= indecisive, immature, impatient, irresponsible, innocent
E= edgy, educated, eccentric, eery, emotional
Julia Branson
04:04 PM ET (US)
I am starting the book the Perks of Being a Wallflower it has 213 pages I am on the first page. I the other book I was reading was Zom-b Baby. I would recommend the book to any body that likes sacred books. I would also recommend this book to my sister because she likes scary movies. I think the main character B would be like my sister. She just cares about her self. Also she just wants to be alone. I am kind of like B. But she is more selfish.
Sarah Chmelar
04:03 PM ET (US)
I am currently reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. There are 374 pages. I began on page 58 and stopped on page 86 today.
Katniss reminds me of my friends. She reminds me of my friends because she is determined to not fail easily. She has decided that she's not going to get too friendly with Peeta because he may turn on her when they get in the arena. She wants to be able to trust the people she's working with, but isn't sure that will do her much good. Many of my friends are determined to do the very best that they can. They are careful about whom they befriend just in case it doesn't work out in the end. Both Katniss and my friends are strong and can fight if it comes down to it. They understand that not everything will turn out perfect, just as Katniss is preparing for.
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