“A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams

A Streetcar Named Desire is perhaps one of the best plays I have ever read! I was on the edge of my seat wondering what was coming next. This play was fast moving and easy to read. Stella has settled down in New Orleans with her new husband when her sister, Blanche, comes for a visit. Blanche has quite the reputation for prositution in her hometown, and is ready for a change. She lost her job and has decided to settle down, but her past may not let her to do so. As for Stella, her new husband may not be the gentleman she thought he was. “A Streetcar named Desire” is great and I would recommend it for anyone who likes reading plays!

 

Megan — Westminster patron

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All You (September 23, 2011)

There were a lot of good recipes in this magazine. The article on 9/11 was really sad. I never really thought of the people who died after 9/11 due to the fumes from helping the wounded. It was a good magazine. I recommend it.

 

Alisha — Seneca patron

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Journey to the Planets by Patricia Lauber

This book was a non-fiction book containing information about each planet, comets, stars, and other objects in the night sky. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for information on stars or universes.

 

Allison — Seneca patron

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I Heart You, You Haunt me by Lisa Schroeder

I thought this was a good book. Ava dared her boyfriend, Jackson, to jump off a cliff and into the water below. He does, but the water is shallow and he dies. He comes back, but as a ghost. He can’t answer questions, and can only speak to her on occasion. Her friends and parents try to get her out of the house more, but she does not want to leave because Jackson is there. One day comes, and her dad takes them on vacation, where she meets Lyric, a cute guy that likes her. She leaves, but when her friends throw a party, Lyric is there. She thinks it is wrong that she likes Lyric when Jackson died for her. When she gets home, Jackson turns the music on. Then Lyric calls, and Jackson turns the music up louder. Ava shouts at him, telling him that she cannot live like this, and to leave. He tells her he will leave on one condition: He takes her guilt with him. Then she understands why he is here. I would recommend this book.

 

Chasity — Seneca patron

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Mandie and the Medicine Man by Lois Gladys Leppard

I loved it. In the book, the hospital that Mandie is building for the Cherokees is mysteriously being chopped down as fast as it is being built up. One night, 2 of her friends, Joe and Dimar, were watching the hospital to catch the crooks, but instead Joe was kidnapped. So Mandie asked the other Cherokees to help search, but then Mandie and her friend Sallie were kidnapped by the same indians that took Joe. The crook was a medicine man that did not want a white man of medicine. In the end, Mandie, Joe, and Sallie are found, and the crooks were kicked out forever. I definitely recommend it to someone who loves mysteries and History.

 

Callie Rose — Westminster patron

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Jenna’s Cowboy by Sharon Gillenwater

I really loved this book! The characters were displayed so well, and their personalities were easy to see. Jenna is such a good mother. I love how she doesn’t resent Zach because of his father. She is such a good friend to Nate, especially with his PTSD. She doesn’t ditch him even when he acts crazy because of the disorder. Chance and Will are also good friends to him. I think the author did a good job portraying how difficult Nate’s sturggle was, and how he wouldn’t have made it through without the Lord’s help, and all if his friends and loved ones praying for him.

I would definitely  recommend this book to anyone, especially if they love books about cowboys.

 

Savannah — Seneca patron

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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

This awesome, compelling story by Suzanne collins is recommended to mature teens. Katniss Everdeen is the heroine of this gruesoma tale of the annual Hunger Games. Although the contest has much to grasp, I loved how Collins made it into a love story filled with romance and sacrafical love. I loved the story so much it took me only 5 days to read. That is a world’s record for me since it was a 350 paged book!

 

Emily — Westminster patron

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