The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa

This book scores a 9.5/10
The sequel to the book The Immortal Rules, it was amazing. The author had a perfect mix of romance, action, suspense, and just plain out hating some characters. I would recommend this look to anyone who can read!!!

–N.D. (14)

Malice by Chris Wooding

This book is about some kids who get trapped in a comic book game world. This continues into the book Havoc.

–S.R. (17)

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Volume 2 by Heather Brewer

This book scores a 10/10. Vlad makes a new friend, Henry’s cousin. What he realizes later in the book is that Joss is part of a secret society that slays vampires. It is Joss’s mission to exterminate Vlad and any other vampires in that town. What he doesn’t know is that Vlad’s powers are evolving beyond his wildest dreams.

— N.D. (age 14)

Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

Rose and Lissa both attend St. Vladimir’s Academy. Rose wants to be Lissa’s guardian. Someone must protect the princess. They soon learn that no one, not even family and friends, can be trusted.

— L.P. (age 15)

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Volume 4 by Heather Brewer

***SPOILER ALERT!***

This book scores a 10/10. I was so happy when Vlad met Snow! He needs someone to love, Meredith was just a phase, forbidden fruit. I just know he will break up with her soon to be with Snow!

— N.D. (age 14)

The Fear by Charlie Higson

The book was about children trying to survive a zombie apocalypse that only affects people 16 and up. I like it, it was very detailed with lots of action and adventure. It had blood and gore and a lot of moments where your heart stopped or skipped a beat.

— N.L. (age 12)

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Volume 3 by Heather Brewer

This book scores a 10/10. Even though it was a bit of a recap of the previous book for the first chapters, it played along well. Vlad got to know more about Otis and meets a beautiful goth girl named Snow. He feeds off her and makes her his drudge. After this he begins to fall in love with her …

— N.D. (age 14)

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Volume 5 by Heather Brewer

***SPOILER ALERT!***

This book scores a 10/10. It almost broke my heart near the end of the book when Nelly, Vladimir’s guardian, died. This book NEEDS!!! a sequel! Heather left us with a huge cliffhanger when Snow’s eyes flushed green. I need to know what happens next.

— N.D. (age 14)

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Volume 1 by Heather Brewer

This book scores a 10/10 due to its excellent storyline. The book had vampires, action, romance, and a lot of blood, always a good combination.

— N.D. (age 14)

The Dead and Buried by Kim Harrington

I really liked the book and how it wasn’t completely horror, but it had romance in it which is a plus. It was interesting to read her diary as the chapters go. Also the suspense and trying to guess who was the killer with Jade was entertaining and kept me interested.

— T.M. (age 12)