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Liam’s Top Fall 2020 Reads

Liam Saluski, Sectional Editor

September 30, 2020

THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER - STEPHEN CHBOSKY Something about the weather turning always reminds me of the first time I read Perks. It’s a story about growing up, and the way in which we want so badly to be our most authentic...

“How I Lost You” relates to readers, leaves them wanting more

December 9, 2013

“How I Lost You” by Janet Gulter is a book worth reading. As teenagers, we all face hard decisions that have to do with our future, our love life, and choosing the right friends. This book holds it all. Grace, the protagonist of the story, has two best friends she would give her life for. One of them liv...

‘Nineteen Minutes’ looks at current events

April 11, 2013

“Nineteen Minutes,” like most Picoult novels, was a hard coutroom case. Which means that much of the novel takes place in the courthouse. Picoult really touched base on issues that have been faced just this year, like the...

“Confessions of a Murder Suspect” keeps readers in suspence

November 1, 2012

Finally, international bestselling author James Patterson collaborated with Maxine Paetro and released the long-awaited new book, “Confessions of a Murder Suspect.” And I have to say, as a Patterson fan, his new book may spark...

DC Comics hopes to turn tables against Mavel

October 14, 2012

DC Comics is in the midst of a movie war with Marvel Studios, and they’re losing... badly. DC is being outgunned, outmanned and the sad truth is that they’re losing at their own game. Sure, the Dark Knight trilogy is arguably...

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