Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton
Have you ever seen Jurassic park, the movie? well, I did and it was a good movie. Well, then do you know that the movie was actually originated from a book from Michael Crichton? some people may not know this but just like the movie, Jurassic Park is a good book too. Here is a brief description of the book. Mankind has finally developed a way to clone dinosaurs and Ingen has put the dinosaurs in Isla Nublar, intending to create a zoo, where people can see dinosaurs who went extinct 65 million years ago- for a price. Ingen has allowed park “testers” to come in and take a look on the park. On the day the “testers” come, an unexpected betrayal from one of the park staff leads to dinosaurs escaping their cages and holding pens. When a T-rex attacks attacks a tour vehicle, the lives of the guests are in turmoil and they are forced to survive until help arrives. the guests must work together to survive the dinosaurs of Jurassic park, or become lunch for the dinosaurs…
With more species of dinosaurs and more interesting scenes never shown in the movies, this book is sure to keep you reading over the summer. Check out the library for the sequel too, The lost world, also written by Michael Crichton. Enjoy! Happy readings!
Pride and Prejudice tells the story of the fiercely independent Elizabeth Bennett, one of five sisters who need to marry rich, as she confronts the arrogant and wealthy Mr. Darcy. This is followed by a delightful, engaging, and humorous courtship filled with extremely entertaining dialogue, and a witty comedy of manners before reaching a satisfying finale.
The characters are well-developed and very likeable, who all aid the development of love between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy. Although there aren’t any action scenes, and the plot is not exactly fast-paced, I did not skip a single page or get bored at all, unlike many other books purely centering around love and romance. I have reread this book many times, and every time I read it, I discover something new, and that feeling of anticipation for what is going to happen next never fades either. I strongly recommend people to read this book.
This amazing book is about a boy named Piscine Molitor Patel, who has to survive on a boat floating in the Pacific Ocean, with a Bengal tiger. Surprisingly, he survives 227 days!
This veeeeeeerrry short review may not be a lot, but I think this book deserves a 4.5 out of 5!
The Martian by Andy Weir
Scientific advancement. Adventures. Logic. This is The Martian, and it is more of a comedy rather than a standard thriller. Set in the near future, the story involves an astronaut left behind on Mars. With about four years before anyone can get to him, he must find a way to create food and water.
Is this book realistic? Well, to grow food on Mars is fairly risky. And at one point the base depressurizes, but (as seen in the movie version for effect), not all the items get thrown out. Perhaps the concepts could be realistic, but safety should be taken into account. Maybe that’s why the book says the base is designed to last thirty days…
Read The Martian by Andy Weir book to see how he handles the ‘issue’.
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
Some of you might be able to recognize this person instantly. (Either that, or you’ve read the title). He is Steve Jobs, inventor and creator. His path is not like those of other company founders, but, personally, I think Steve Jobs has the most inspirational story of all time.
Adopted at birth, Jobs ended up being fascinated with electronics like his adoptive father. After his schooling years, he and another Steve also interested in electronics, invented the Apple I, signalling the birth of Apple.
This book shows that, even if you don’t have a very famous background, you still can achieve something great in life, something that will be used by others for years to come.
Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl with a close family and steady relationship. Who has never been out of her small town.
Will Traynor is acerbic, moody, and bossy. He has always lived a huge life-extreme sports, worldwide travel, big deals. After suffering a terrible accident Will is not interested in exploring a new one. When Lou is desperate for a job she becomes employed to Will, but she refuses to treat him with kid gloves. In the process of working for him, his happiness becomes more important to her than expected. When she learns that Will has shocking plans of his own, Lou sets out to show him that life is will worth living.Read More
Ghost Story by Jim Butcher
Ghost Story by Jim Butcher takes place in the Windy City, where Harry Dresden, the only wizard in the phone book, is dead. But even after dying (or is it just Purgatory?), Harry still has to save Chicago from evil wizards and mad ghosts. The thirteenth book in the Dresden Files series, this book continues Harry’s struggles to protect his fellow Americans from the supernatural (or natural, if you think about the ages of Faeries, because they make human life look as short as bacteria).Read More
Private Games by James Patterson
This book takes place in London during the 2012 Summer Olympics Games. Peter Knight is a Private agent hired to take responsibility of the Games’ security, but all goes downhill as Cronos, a self-acclaimed “instrument of the gods” who sets out to “purge” the games. His so-called purging turns into a killing spree of coaches and athletes, and as the story unfolds, Cronos reveals his past…
The story takes Cronos’s point of view, but focuses mostly on a third person about Peter’s actions and attempts to stop Cronos.
Desperate Measures by Jo Bannister
When Gabriel Ash’s wife and children were kidnapped four years ago from Somali pirates, his life goes out of control. He left his job, moved to a small town left with one of the many few he trusts-his dog Patience. He is left feeling furious, confused and desperate for answers. Thanks to his young police officer friend Hazel Best, he is eagerly in search for answers and justice. Together they risk their lives and spend hours upon hours to find the lives taken from them.Read More
And Then There Was None by Agatha Christie
Ten strangers received letters, inviting them to the infamous Soldier Island. During their stay, there was a huge storm going on, insuring that the ferry that took them there wouldn’t be able to arrive until the storm is over. Then, a recorded voice accused all of them for killing different people. Immediately after that, one of them got poisoned and died. A person risk being picked off (killed) whenever they’re alone. Would the survivors (people who weren’t killed yet) be able to find the murderer before more of them die?