January 24, 2011

Cirque du Freak #8 by Darren Shan

Posted in book review tagged , , , , at 2:06 pm by blueblazeslib

Cirque Du Freak Book 8 was about young half vampire Darren Shan who is traveling the world with 2 other vampires and a little person. In the book Darren was on the search of the Vampaneze Lord. They searched in the city where Mr. Crepsley was born where they found the Lord in the tunnels under the city. The team of vampires had some help by a young school teacher and Darrens old friend from school who grew up to be a vampire hunter. When they found the Vampaneze Lord in the tunnels. Darren noticed a man that used to be his friend from the Cirque Du Freak. Then the Vampire hunter on there team betrayed them, Because he was working for the vampaneze all along. They took him hostage back at there base. Then the cops came to the apartment home that was there base and had it surrounded and accused them of killers. They were arrested and brought them to jail to ask them questions and the book ended there.

Mike K., Class of 2014

If you want to get started with the Cirque du Freak series, the WHS library owns The Vampire’s Assistant and Other Tales from Cirque du Freak.


February 10, 2010

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

Posted in book review tagged , , , , at 2:31 pm by blueblazeslib

The book that I am going to write about is The Graveyard Book.

The Graveyard Book is about a killer that is trying to kill a family, but the toddler escapes.  The toddler goes to the graveyard and the people of the graveyard protect him from the killer.  His parents are ghosts now.  His guardian is between life and death.

It’s funny how that he is only allowed in the graveyard but he keeps going out.

John S., Class of 2010

The WHS Library owns The Graveyard Book. Try it on audio; Neil Gaiman reads and its amazing!

April 29, 2008


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Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

Twilight is a captivating story about the complex love two people can share. Bella Swan moves to Forks, Washington to live with her father. Her first day of high school consists of her feeling hated by the most beautiful guy she has ever seen. This boy is Edward Cullen. Edward attempts to convince Bella to stay away from him for her own safety, but there is no hope. Soon they fall in an undeniably deep love. There’s only one problem… Edward’s a vampire. Twilight paints a picture of an impenetrable love only made more spectacular by the fact that at any second Bella could be killed by the one thing she feels the need to live for.