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Dante’s Book Reviews

1. The Knife of Never Letting Go

This book is the first in a trilogy by Patrick Ness called “Chaos Walking.” The story follows Todd Hewitt, a kid who has lived his whole life in Prentisstown, where everyone can hear everyone. One day, Todd finds a space without noise, which should be impossible. I find the trippy and psychological aspects of this book very interesting.

2. The Crossover

Kwame Alexander’s book of poems follows the lives of two brothers as they try to figure out how to get through life together. It is inspiring and full of life lessons.

3. Norse Mythology

Neil Gaiman. Myths. What’s not to love here? It’s very nice as a little read in case you have nothing better to look through. It is well written and worth sinking some time into.

4. The Foundation

Asimov’s thought-provoking novel is one of the pioneering works of science fiction. It imagines a time when space has become an entirely new and explorable world for humanity and in the present time, one that is slowly collapsing.

5. Armada

Ernest Cline, the author responsible for the little-known book called Ready Player One, brings the action off-world with Armada, an alien fighting game set in an interstellar conflict that is more real than it seems.

~ Dante Gutrecht

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