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Logan Wilson

'Beastly Bones' And 'Ghostly Echoes': Logan Reviews

Nov 1, 2016
Algonquin Young Readers

This is Logan, here to tell you about Beastly Bones and Ghostly Echoes, the second and third books in the Jackaby series. Both books are by William Ritter.

Beastly Bones is the second book, while Ghostly Echoes is the third. Both are the same genre as Jackaby, which is mystery/horror.

'Desert Dark': Logan Reviews

Jun 22, 2016

Desert Dark by Sonja Stone is kind of a scary book. Nadia is a smart, adventurous and witty young girl who gets chosen for a special school. She is really good at math, coding, and programming. Her new school turns out to be a special spy training school and she eventually trains to become a spy for the CIA. At school she learns how to program and stuff, but I can’t say anymore because it would give too much away.  She’s pretty thrilled at first, but then with the dangers it brings, she’s forced to make decisions that she normally wouldn’t have to make.

'Wonder Woman at Super Hero High': Logan Reviews

Apr 26, 2016
Random House for Young Readers

Wonder Woman at Super Hero High, by Lisa Yee takes place, unsurprisingly, at Super Hero High, which is a high school for young super heroes. It is basically a typical high school except for the fact that they are super heroes who are pretty much just meeting each other. At the end we meet Super Girl. She isn’t mentioned through the rest of the book, though. This book was fun and even though I’m not really big on super heroes, I was surprised I was interested in it. I liked it because it offered some back story on some of the evilest villains and best superheroes of all time. For example, it offers back story on Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn (like harlequin, get it?!), Wonder Woman, and there is also Beast Boy, which is interesting, I have to admit.