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Brenna O'Donoghue commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post The Son of Neptune By: Neel Saunshi
"I think you did a great job of outlining the book in an exciting way while at the same time you left readers with a sense of suspense. Over the years I myself have found not only the original series of books to be amazingly gripping but the new…"
Oct 11, 2013
Jacob Cuthbert commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post Haddix: "Sent"
"I have read the book found and I too did not know that other book have come out in the series. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series."
Oct 21, 2012
Michael Betti commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post The Second American Civil War
"Nice job, Neel.  You gave a very detailed description of the book and have made it sound really interesting.  From what you've written, this sounds like a book that I'd enjoy reading because I usually like reading books with a…"
May 31, 2012
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The Second American Civil War

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 whereabouts of Al Qaeda…See More
May 31, 2012
Michael Mlynarczyk commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post A book like the "Hunger Games"
"Im guessing that if i really liked Hunger Games than this would be the book for me. It sounds, in a way, similar to the book and i can see how you made the connection. I think that this book may be the next one i read because it could be a new…"
May 29, 2012
Michael Mlynarczyk commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post What is WNW?
"I too have never really thought aabout what's not wrong witht the world so the first time I had to come up with something I was really confused. i didnt know what to put down because there were so many options. However, after the first…"
May 29, 2012
Michael Mlynarczyk commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post Haddix: "Sent"
"I have earlier read the book Found by Margret Peterson Haddix and I thought that book was fantasic. I didnt realize that other books of this series were out yet so ill definitly have to read this one. Good blog!"
May 29, 2012
John Park commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post What is WNW?
"What's not wrong was awesome, because it made your day a lot better by listening to some positive comments. It makes you forget about the negatives around the world for a moment a makes you think about what's really not…"
May 29, 2012
Mitch Simmon commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post Haddix: "Sent"
"This plot seems really interesting. But seems like something I may want to try sometime in the future. Good post!"
May 28, 2012
Mitch Simmon commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post What is WNW?
"You cant go wrong with "What's Not Wrong." This simple little game really made the school year so much fun just knowing that at any moment we could play it made me feel so much more excited for English. Good post!"
May 28, 2012
Ryan Comstock commented on Neel Saunshi's blog post What is WNW?
"I loved doing WNW throughout the year. It got me excited for English class and made some very boring days very fun. I think it ways a great way to keep class morale up."
May 28, 2012
Neel Saunshi commented on Nathan Dolan's blog post New generation of testing?
"I think that some time in the future there could be technology in the school were you just have to think of the answer and then it will show up on an i-pad or something. I feel like that could be some thing like in twenty or thirty years."
May 27, 2012
Neel Saunshi commented on Sarah Bounab's blog post To Prompt or Not To Prompt
"Having no prompt is definitely better than having one. By not having a prompt your are to use your head a lot more and use the tools you have learned over your lifetime. It allows you to have variety of options to choose from so you…"
May 27, 2012
Neel Saunshi commented on Daniel Jun's blog post 2012 At a Glance
"Nice reflection Mr. Jun. I felt that Mr. A's class was one of the classes that I looked forward to everyday. He showed us these cool games like the " Molly and Ned" game, it was such a challenging game for our class, but…"
May 26, 2012
Neel Saunshi commented on Ryan Comstock's blog post English 2012: A Super Awesome Reflection
" I liked the Whats not wrong game the most out of English class. I felt like Mr.Anderson was trying to implement positive ideals into our mind, which I believe he successfully did. I also enjoyed reading whatever…"
May 26, 2012
Neel Saunshi commented on Ben Haugh's blog post The Drowning City
"Nice review, you thoroughly explained the basic synopsis of the book with out giving to much. I have never read this book, but it sound like the book Legend. This one character one side and  another one on the  other…"
May 26, 2012

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The Second American Civil War

Posted on May 30, 2012 at 7:00pm 1 Comment

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…

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What is WNW?

Posted on May 16, 2012 at 5:52pm 5 Comments

Please enjoy this classic while reading my blog!

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…

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Haddix: "Sent"

Posted on April 22, 2012 at 7:30pm 3 Comments

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…

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A book like the "Hunger Games"

Posted on March 26, 2012 at 2:03pm 7 Comments

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…

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