The Debt Free Graduate by Murray Baker
This book is a book that teaches you how to leave college or university with as little of a debt as possible, because debt and interest are painful; unless people owe it to you.
This book covers scholarships, how to apply, jobs, furnishing, credit cards, and so much more. This book is immensely helpful for me because it gives me an idea of what college will actually be like. I recommend this book to people who are grade 9 and up.
The Promised Neverland by Kaiu Shirai
Emma, Ray, and Norman are in an orphanage with a lot of other kids. They are the smartest kids there and they found the secret. This orphanage sells humans to monsters to be eaten. How will they escape?
This story was very interesting because it shows how people can read others and how many people think.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Fazbear Frights #2 by Scott Cawthon (Audiobook linked)
Fazbear Frights is a book series about Five Nights at Freddy’s or FNaF for short. The books have short horror stories linking back to the FNaf restaurant and the chain of murdered kids. At the end of the book, there will also be a mini story that talks about the stitch wraith.
As I learned, you absolutely shouldn’t read this at night because some stories tend to be scary. The book was pretty entertaining overall, but most of the stories ended in cliffhangers.
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Fazbear Frights #1 by Scott Cawthon (E-book linked)
This book is filled with 3 and a sixth of a story. There are three horror stories, then a sixth of a story regarding the stitch wraith, a monster with a dark and empty robotic face under a hooded robe. The stories are about Freddy’s Pizzeria, a haunted restaurant with animatronics stuffed with dead children.
The stories are very scary, and unless you don’t have nightmares, never read this in the dark.
The Bunker Diary by Kevin Brooks is a book about a group of people who were dumped into a bunker by a man who kidnapped others. The first person to go in was our protagonist, Linus. He kept a diary for every day and its events. Eventually, more people came down and they tried to escape and not die.
This book has a lot of suspense and mystery. I like this book a lot because it shows what humans can become when deprived of freedom.
Exo by Fonda Lee
A long time ago, there was a war between the aliens and humans. The aliens won and gave humans some technology to let humans have very strong shells. Humans with these are called exos. There are also humans still against the aliens called Sapience. Donovan Reyes, the son of the exo government was captured by the Sapience and his father won’t negotiate. Donovan’s life is on the line, if his father negotiates, sapience wins, if his father doesn’t Donovan dies.
This book was great because it had an exciting mix of action and science fiction. I would recommend this book to 13 years and up because of the rare but gruesome scenes.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
There is a world where people with silver blood rule over the people with red blood. All red blooded people without a job when they turn 20 years old will be conscripted into the army. Mare is a 19 year old girl without a job and resorts to pick-pocketing. One day, she meets somebody named Cal who is a silver prince and he hired her to work at the palace. There, Mare found out she had powers, like the silver, but stronger than them.
The Magician’s Nephew by C.S. Lewis
Digory and Polly live in London. They become friends and go on an adventure when their uncle, Andrew who thinks he’s a magician, sends them to Narnia with some rings. There, they see the creation of the world by Aslan and how the talking beasts came to life. They also encounter the evil sorceress Jadis and protects the land from her. This book was very interesting because it lets the reader feel as if they’re actually travelling between worlds.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
Jake is a boy whose grandfather went missing. He eventually finds a magical world where peculiar children live and only peculiar children and hollows can enter. Hollows are monsters that can become more human-like the more peculiar eyeballs they eat. Jake finds out that his power is being able to see the hollows. I liked the book a lot because it was very descriptive and kept me hooked.
The Age of Myth by Michael J. Sullivan
Raithe is a Dureyan boy who’s father is Copperblade, the best fighter of the clan. One day, Raithe and his father go over a river into the Forbidden Fields and the Fhrey owner attempts to chase them out. the Fhrey kills copperblade, but was betrayed by his slave and hit in the head by a rock. Raithe then killed the Fhrey and became known as the godkiller. The Fhrey hear of Raithe killing one of them and wage war on them.
What will happen of Raithe and his clan? I liked this book because it explained everything thoroughly and still had a lot of suspense. I think it will be better for mature readers, because it has a lot of death