Book Review Competition winner!Β 

March’s Book Review Competition winner is…  Ambereen Zafar in B4!
Congratulations Ambereen 😁 πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŒŸ
Ambereen has won a €10 book token πŸ˜πŸ“–πŸ’°Here’s her winning book review:

Firstlife by Gena Showalter

firstlife

Tenley Lockwood has spent more than a year locked away in Prynne Asylum. The reason she is there is because she refuses to sign her Secondlife to Myriad like her parents want her to. Most of the world sees Firstlife as a trial run. Before Firstdeath you must choose Myriad or Troika. People must sign up to be able to go to Troika or Myriad after they die whereas the Unsigned go to The Land of Many Ends. Troika and Myriad are sworn enemies and both want Ten on their side. However Ten is Unsigned and both realms send a Laborer to convince Ten to choose one of the realms. When she escapes the asylum her life is in danger as someone tries to force her to choose a realm.

Ten is a very strong character. She manages to survive the harshest conditions and still has hope. All the challenges she faces make her stronger and wiser.

I liked the main character and enjoyed a unique read.
I would definitely recommend this book

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5/5 Stars

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Thanks Ambereen, I think this one sounds really interesting!

This is a monthly competition and any student can enter. The next deadline is Tuesday 3rd MayΒ so you’ll have plenty of time over the next few weeksΒ to get writing your book reviews.Β  Email them to librarian@olschool.ie to be in with a chance of winning a €10 book token πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ˜Š

 

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