|About me:||I love to read!|
|Scathach's Book Lists|
|1st person (8 titles)
Books told in first person narrative.
|Among the Hidden (7 titles)
All the books in the series that begins with Among the Hidden.
|Favorite Books (13 titles)
These are the first books of all my favorite fiction series.
|My Books (62 titles)
All the books that I have. But leaving out my absolute favorites, though I think all of these are reasonably good books. I have to constantly update this.
|Lone Books (5 titles)
Easy reads, none of them has a series.
|They cage the animals at night |
by Burch, Jennings Michael.
This book tells of how a young boy deals with foster homes and other problems in life, and how he grows up and learns to take pleasure in small things as well as big ones. posted Jun 13, 2010 at 2:24PM
by Kadohata, Cynthia.
Its is about two Japanese sisters, one of whom gets cancer. The story is told by the younger one, and its about how she and her family cope with it, on top of money issues and other problems. posted Jun 13, 2010 at 1:56PM
|Among the hidden |
by Haddix, Margaret Peterson.
This is the first book in the series. It has some interesting ideas in it. I like it because it shows one of the many ways the future may happen. posted Jun 11, 2010 at 8:08PM
|The shadow thieves |
by Ursu, Anne.
There are at the moment three books in the series. They all have to do with Greek myths, though not in the way the Percy Jackson series does. None of the gods are really that nice. posted May 23, 2010 at 7:57AM
by Paolini, Christopher.
The whole series is really good, way better than the movie. It has a very complicated plot, but once you get into it its hard to stop. posted May 23, 2010 at 7:56AM
|Pendragon : journal of an adventure through time and space |
by MacHale, D. J.
There are nine books in the series. Okay, very confusing, especially at first. However, by the last book you finally begin to get some answers. posted May 23, 2010 at 7:56AM
|Children of the lamp : the Akhenaten adventure |
by Kerr, Philip.
There are five books in the series, though I think now there will be a sixth. I love the three wishes idea. Not the best book in the world, but it’s fun to read. posted May 23, 2010 at 7:56AM
|Gregor the Overlander |
by Collins, Suzanne.
There are five books in the series, and it is a pretty good book. Through the entire book he is trying to save his father, though does many other things in later books. Most of the book is set underground, in an underground city. So Gregor is called an "overlander." posted May 23, 2010 at 7:55AM
It wasn’t a terrible movie, but they left a lot out, especially at the end. No wait, not just the end. The entire thing. In fact, it is never said outright that Arya is an elf. posted Apr 21, 2010 at 4:19PM
|Dealing with dragons |
by Wrede, Patricia C.
I really like this book because it relates to all the clasic fairy tales, but also creates some new ones like the enchanted forest — extremely funny. posted Dec 24, 2009 at 9:50AM
|The lightning thief |
by Riordan, Rick.
This is a really cool book. I used to think there were no better books in the world, and I still think it’s a good book. The narrating is funny, and I think it would be really cool if the Greek gods were real. posted Dec 23, 2009 at 10:19AM
|The Amulet of Samarkand |
by Stroud, Jonathan.
I think it’s really cool how there are so many different types of very different characters, and how "patterns repeat themselves", in more ways then one. 3 books in the series. I think the last one’s the best. posted Dec 23, 2009 at 10:18AM
|Among the free |
by Margaret Peterson Haddix
I think that this is the best book of the series. I didn’t know there was an Among the Enemy, so I just read this one, and I didn’t feal like I was missing anything. posted Dec 23, 2009 at 9:36AM
|The sorceress |
by Scott, Michael
I don’t think its as good as the first two to read again, but that’s mainly because you hardly see Scathach. posted Dec 20, 2009 at 8:20PM
|The merchant of death |
by D. J. MacHale
This book is really cool. I first picked it up by accident, but when I started reading, it was the best book ever. (well, not literally) posted Aug 28, 2008 at 8:36PM