Empire was the first book that I read from the author Orson Scott Card. This book was part of the sci-fi section, but to me this book had nothing to do with aliens, new planets, etc. Empire was more about a second civil war starting in the United States of America. The story starts of with a special ops mission designated to Captain Ruben Malich. Captain Malich and his team's job is to try to create a friendly relationship with a certain group of villagers,who know the…Continue
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Has anybody ever asked whats not wrong? Well our English teacher Mr. Anderson has. During the beginning of the year most of us had no idea what was in store for English class, most of us thought it was going to be another year filled with many tests, boring reading books, and an over whelming load of…Continue
Margaret Peterson Haddix is the first author that I know of who has used time travel as the main basis of a book. She is able to describe to her audience the theory of time travel and how it's not just some button your press and ZOOOP! Welcome to the 15th century. Most of us some or other time have thought about how cool it would be to go through time either to the future or to the past. Margaret used that same craving we all have felt as a a way to…Continue
So basically this book is like the Hunger Games (by Suzanne Collins, if you don’t know it’s also the movie everybody’s talking about right now). It takes place in a futuristic America, but there are no districts or hunger games. Legend is about a criminal mastermind by the name of Day and a prodigy tracker who is called June. So…Continue