I’d tell you I love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You by Ally Carter

Everyone should read... ‘Gallagher Girls: I’d tell you I love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You’ by Ally Carter. Book 1 of the Gallagher Girls is about a school for girl geniuses who are trained to become spies. Nobody in the local town knows that it is a spy school they simply think it is a school for snobby, posh girls. Cammie Morgan attends this school – she is fluent in 14 languages and can kill a person in 7 different ways (including one way which uses a piece of uncooked spaghetti). She is a street artist which means no-one see’s her unless she wants them to. The school can teach many things but not about boys. When Cammie and her friends go on a mission to tail their teacher, her friends get caught but not her. Even her very advanced teacher doesn’t notice her but a boy does, what is she going to do? This book is unbelievably good and will get you engrossed for hours – you will not want to put it down. With so much happening in Cammie’s spy/girl life you will want to find out what happens when she, Cammie the Chameleon, is no longer a chameleon. By the Chameleon

A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket

Everyone should read... A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket What it’s about A Series of Unfortunate Events is a 13 book long series and it is about 3 children named Violet, Sunny and Klaus. Sunny is the smallest female and after her is Klaus who is about 13 but is the still smallest male child and Violet is the oldest female child and she is 16. Their parents pass away in a fire that took place at their house while they were at Briny Beach. They were really rich, so rich they lived in a HUGE mansion and had a HUGE fortune. When this happened, Mr Poe (a banker who is friends with their parents) is in charge of finding them a guardian and so he does but he makes the mistake of placing them with Count Olaf who is a horrible villain who only wants the fortune and once he’s got that he plans to kill them. Why everyone should read it I think that everyone should read should read A Series of Unfortunate Events because I think that these books are really exciting and it also gives you a little experience of how other people who have lost their parents feel and why you should be kind and not try to annoy them or make them feel like the odd one out. CODE NAME: ROMEO

A Bad Beginning by Lemony Snicket

A Series of Unfortunate Events is all about a young family of three, their mum and dad tragically died in a house fire so they all have to find the right member of the whole family to live with. Although, this book is such a thrilling adventure about children they’re one farthest cousin that is Count Olaf the evil one. He gets custody of the sibling’s and finds out about the wealthy money they hold from their parents. Count Olaf is a devious character that is also an Actor tricking the other adults in the family by snaking his way in and killing them so the money goes to Count Olaf. I would give this thrilling tale 5 Stars and I recommend this book to people who like mysteries and adventures. by Cookie Monster’s Assistant

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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K Rowling

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by  J.K Rowling
What is it about? 
Harry is a wizard. He goes to a school of magic called Hogwarts, however he is staying at his Aunt and Uncle's house for the summer. Although they are Harry’s only remaining family he does not like them at all. They love their son more than Harry and don’t pay much attention to him. Harry is warned that Hogwarts is now dangerous but he still goes back. When he goes back he tries to uncover the secret of who opened the chamber of secrets with his two friends Ron and Hermione.
Why should everyone read it?
It is a very good sequel to the other Harry Potter book and has a very interesting storyline.

by Harry Potter

This story is about a boy called Harry Potter, and he is sent to a school called Hogwarts. He is sent to this school because he is a wizard, and Hogwarts teaches him all the different spells except from one that nobody can know about. If anyone talks about this spell or even says it there could be expelled because its one of the biggest rules in school. But Harry wants to risk it being excluded and he wants to find out what its all about... You should read this book because it is very interesting and funny.  
By Jim

How I Live Now

Out on the 4th of October is the movie version of Meg Rosoff's 'How I Live Now'.

It's the story of an American girl on holiday in the English countryside with her family, who finds herself fighting for her survival as the third world war breaks out.

Why not read the book before you see the movie.

Watch the movie trailer here