Chimera Review of The Neverending Story

We rate books based on if we would recommend them, as related to the theme, and how much we enjoyed them based on the following criteria: Ease of read, plot, writing, and resolution.

The expectations were not super high for this read. Many of us didn’t really enjoy the movie. It turns out that just the first half of this book is the movie, and honestly that should have been the end of the book. Pacing issues, unlikeable characters and generally too much book for it’s own good, this was indeed a neverending story and not in the unique way the author means it.

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Chimera Review of The Thickety: A Path Begins by J. A. White

We rate books based on if we would recommend them, as related to the theme, and how much we enjoyed them based on the following criteria:

Ease of read, plot, writing, and resolution.

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Chimera Review of Red Wall by Brian Jacques

We rate books based on if we would recommend them, as related to the theme, and how much we enjoyed them based on the following criteria:

Ease of read, plot, writing, and resolution.

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Chimera Review of The Willoughbys by Lois Lowry

We rate books based on if we would recommend them, as related to the theme, and how much we enjoyed them based on the following criteria:

Ease of read, plot, writing, and resolution.

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Chimera Review of The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau

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Ease of read, plot, writing, and resolution.

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First Book

Discussion post

What is the first book you remember reading all by yourself? Leave a comment and a link to the book. For me it was Corduroy by Don Freeman. I used to pretend to read it before I knew what words were because I knew when to turn the page, based on how my dad used to read it to me and memorizing the words. My aunt thought I was a genius 3 year old. It is still one of my favorite books!