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Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone

Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone is the first book in the famous series written by J.K. Rowling, readers quickly fall in love with the young boy who finds out that he is not only a wizard, but the most famous wizard in all of the world. Read about Harry's adventures at Hogwarts where he makes new friends, learns about the life he was missing, and defeats his enemy once again. Published in 1997, Harry Potter has taken everyone by surprise by how quickly the series became one of the most well-known books in history, The-Boy-Who-Lived, The Chosen One, the boy with the scar of lightning marking his identity, young Harry Potter who couldn't be killed. Follow Harry in his adventures through this new world in the Harry Potter series.


4.46 avg. rating

Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief

Percy Jackson: The Lighting Thief is the first book of the famous adventure and action series. Followed by five other books in the series. Written by everyone's favorite teenage action and adventure novel writer, Rick Riordan, readers love the story of the 12 year old boy that is shoved into the world of gods and magic when he loses his mother to the Minotaur, a creature he had onlt learned of in his Greek Mythology class. But not before his mother gets Percy to Camp Half-Blood, an actual summer camp for demigods, and Percy learns that he is the son of one of the most powerful and important gods of all, Poseidon. Not only that, but he is the child of the Great Prophecy, the one that just says that he will either save the world or end it altogether, no pressure. Get hooked into the amazing adventures of Percy and his friends as he strives to return what rightfully belongs to Zeus... preferably before he tears apart the mortal world to find it.


4.23 avg. rating

Magnus Chase: The Sword of Summer

Magnus Chase: The Sword of Summer trilogy is one of the three brothering series to the Percy Jackson Series, another amazing action and adventure by Rick Riordan. Magnus has a great life, until he turns 14, Magnus and his mother are attacked by giant wolves in their own home. Magnus's mother's last message is one word,"Survive" now Magnus has been living on the streets, homeless for the past two years. Two people have protected him and become his friends, he can't be found, until his destiny up with him. Magnus' crazy Uncle finds him. Magnus is suddenly whipped into the world of the crazy. He's claimed a magical talking sword, and is running for his life once again. Then he dies. Magnus wakes up in Valhalla Hall, and it turns out he's one of the most special demigods in the world and is tasked with finding the Fenrir Wolf and putting him back in the prison that he had escaped. Magnus will either be able to complete his destiny... or fail and take everyone down with him.


4.26 avg. rating

The Girl Who Drank The Moon

A girl, a witch who made a mistake, and a huge douchebag who couldn't bother to ask questions and almost got everyone killed because of his cockiness. Get lost in this old-fashioned fantasy story about Luna, the girl who drank the moon. A small village on the outskirts of a spooky forest where it is said an evil witch lives, and the villagers are convinced that if they don't leave a child in the forest as a sacrifice to the witch every year, she will rain terror upon their village and the citizens who live there. What they don't know is that each year that witch takes the children and carries them through the forest to a safe village on the other side of the dangerous foilage, feeding the infants starlight during the journey.Yes, starlight. Until one year when she accidentaly feeds that year's sacrifice moonlight, whoops. The witch decides that the child is much to strong to be set out into the world, so she keeps her, raising the infant herself. Published in 2016, The Girl Who Drank The Moon is a fantastic and exciting read. Enter the crazed world of Luna, and the people hunting her.


4.19 avg. rating

A Snicker of Magic

A Snicker of Magic, published in 2014 is a fun fantasy/magic series that will instantly have you hooked. Midnight Gulch used to be a town filled with magic. Where people could sing up a storm, literally. Until a curse drove all the magic out, and Felicity is determined to bring it back. For all her life Felicity has been traveling, her mother always moving them around, no matter where they moved they never stayed for long. Until they go back to her mother's hometown, the one and only Midnight Gulch. Where the encounter exectly what her mother has been running from. It's Felicity's job, her destiny to bring back the magic, the question is... will she be able to do it?


4.09 avg. rating

The Fire Within

I know this review is in contrast to the others that I have written, and I promise I'm not trolling here, but seriously, this book sucks. I had never read a book that I honestly hated before until I came across this one. It's about this guy stays with a family while he takes college classes. Then it turns out th efamily makes magic pottery, clay dragons in particular. Then the guy sees some squirrels and makes it his sole purpose in life to protect them. I'm sorry but not only is the storyline bad, it's not well written or executed properly. Sorry. #Truth


3.77 avg. rating

The Giver

The Giver is the first book in the amazing quartet series. The book version of the famous movie that shares the name. In a futuristic world to make everything fair, the government takes away all feelings in people with daily vaccinations. Until a boy named Jonas comes along. Jonas is... special. You see, in this dystopian world, people get jods asigned to them when the progress to a certain age, you get assigned a job based on your actions and personality you showed in your life. But when it comes the time, Jonas is assigned the jod of the memory keeper; he will hold all of the memories of the previous world. Once Jonas has experienced these memories however, it becomes apparent to him how utterly wrong his world really was. It becomes his duty to share the memories of this amazing and painful world. No matter how many dangerous rules he has to break to do it.


4.12 avg. rating