Kim Vo's Reviews
New Moon is the second book in the Twilight Saga. In this book Edward reckons that he is endangering Bella's life, so Edward and his coven move to Italy. Bella finds herself seriously depressed now that Edward's gone, so goes to Jacob for company. Over a short amount of time Jacob and Bella's friendship grows stronger. Bella decides to jump of a cliff because she liked the feel of an adrenaline rush. As she dives into the water Bella knocks her head on a rock and passes out. If it werent for Jacob jumping in to save her, she would be dead. Thats exactly what Alice saw in her vision. When Alice tells Edward that Bella's dead, Edward goes to the Voltori to kill himself and thats when the trouble really starts.
Twilight is about Bella Swan moving to Folks to live with her dad. She starts at a new high school and meets a mysterious guy called Edward Cullen. He is completely different to every other person she's ever met. But Edward is hiding something, something dark. Bella is curious to find out, so she does some digging, and thats when she discovers something that will change her life forever. This book was good but not as good as the other Twilight books. It is a book you'd only want to read once.
Dont Call Me Ishmael is a book about a boy (Ishmael Leseur) who suffers from a syndrome called "Ishmael Leseur Syndrome." Its about bullying, hot chicks, debating, fainting and Ishmael trying to overcome his fears. The book was a bit boring, apart from one part which is absolutely hilarious, but it isnt a book I would recommend to my friends.
The Truth About Forever is about a teenage girl called Macy who has her life pretty much planned for her. One day when Macy's mum has a opening of her new townhouse, she meets Wes, a boy whose family caters for her mum. Wes is completely different to the people Macy talks to, he has tattoes, is into dangerous sports, is very artistic...but there is something about Wes that makes Macy want to tell him all her deepest secrets, look at the world in a different way, learn to try new things and is understanding. Its a really good book! I'd recommend it to anyone.