In The Shadows of Skyscrapers By Kyle Vavasour Chapter 1, A Brave New World Buildings reached towards the sky like giants of concrete and steel, the dull colours only contrasted by the bright pinks and reds of the neon shopfronts. … Continue reading In The Shadows of Skyscrapers by Kyle V.
In 1955, Camus prefaced The Stranger and remarked that Meursault is “the only Christ we deserve”. The Stranger by Albert Camus is a philosophical novel concerning the Absurd: the conflict between human tendency to seek inherent value and meaning in … Continue reading Embrace the Absurd by Joy Z.
By: Georgia B. This summer, I read We Are All Made Out Of Molecules by Susin Nielsen. This novel is about a 14-year-old girl named Ashley, and a 13-year-old boy named Stewart. Stewart and Ashley both are living with single … Continue reading We Are All Made of Molecules
Review of The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa Written by Amy Pan For a book that is a combination of two of the most overdone teen genres (dystopian and vampire fantasy), this is a story which feels completely original in its … Continue reading Book Review: The Eternity Cure
Book Review on Holes by Louis Sachar By the Masterwriter In the novel Holes by Louis Sachar, a boy named Stanley Yelnats has terrible luck due to a curse placed on his great- great-grandfather. He is sent to Camp … Continue reading Book Review: Holes
Book Review on “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho By The Masterwriter It all begins under a sycamore tree where Santiago has a dream about a child who tells him that he will find a hidden treasure if he travels … Continue reading Book Review: The Alchemist
Book Review: Flowers For Algernon by Sarah W. Summary: Charlie Gordon has a mental disorder and is stupid. He can’t spell anything right because he can’t remember how to. He laughs along with his friends, who, unbeknownst to him, … Continue reading Book Review: Flowers For Algernon
By: Abhay K. In The Pocket Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology it discusses about how our mind functions and what kind of signals it gives our body. One main idea that was expressed was energy and how we communicate with other people … Continue reading Book Review: The Pocket Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology
Book Review of “The Indigo Spell” by Richelle Mead Written by Amy Pan After a mediocre beginning to this series, picking up The Indigo Spell was not, needless to say, a priority of mine. I am relieved and content to … Continue reading Book Review: The Indigo Spell
Summary: The Outsiders is a compelling, heartfelt story about a young man and his six best friends, trying to survive in the streets of Tulsa. After coming home past curfew, Ponyboy and his eldest brother Darry have a fight; afraid … Continue reading The Outsiders by Calais