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Tag: Jennifer Brown

Perfect Escape by Jennifer Brown

My rating: 5 stars Kendra has always felt overshadowed by her brother’s OCD. Her family’s life was always centered around Grayson, while he was always focused on carefully coordinated routines. The only way Kendra could creep out from under her brother’s shadow is to be perfect – which she had down to an art, until […]

“Bad Books”

Besides a dog, a book can be man’s best friend. Books provide an escape from reality, a break from our thoughts and our everyday lives. We read books to our children, before we go to bed, during lunch breaks and on the beach. But what is the purpose of a book? What makes a book […]

Top Events of 2011

1) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 Midnight Premiere: I had been waiting for this movie for four years, and it was so fantastic to finally be able to see it. I love going to midnight premieres, especially the ones for Harry Potter and seeing everyone wearing Potter shirts and dressing up as […]

Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult

My Rating: 5 stars On March 6th, 2007, the lives of the students of Sterling High school in New Hampshire were changed forever. One second, it was only a school day like any other. Nothing bad ever happens in Sterling. Blink and everything has changed. It only took Peter Houghton nineteen minutes to enter his […]

Summer Reading

Since I have survived my first few days and the first Monday of my sophomore year, I thought now would be a good time to discuss summer reading. I’d have to say my two favorite authors this summer were definitely Chuck Palahniuk and Jennifer Brown. I suggest Chuck Palahniuk to anyone who asks for books […]

Bitter End by Jennifer Brown

My Rating: 5 stars Alex doesn’t know how her mother died, and her father refuses to discuss what happened. Alex’s dream is to visit Colorado, where her mother was headed on the night she died, with her two childhood best friends, Zack and Bethany. Just when everything seems to be going as usual, a new […]

Hate List by Jennifer Brown

My Rating: 5 stars At the end of her junior year, May 2nd to be exact, Valerie Leftman’s boyfriend, Nick Levil, opened fire in the school cafeteria. At first, Valerie was considered to be part of the crime because of the list. The “Hate List”. The list Valerie made with Nick, at first just a […]