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    In this novel packed with content that will leave you on the edge of your seat, enter Ren Cabot. Living with his dad in the Western American Territories, ruled with an iron fist by Imperial Japan, it seems as if they have it out for him. He remains under constant surveillance of the soldiers due to his mom being executed for treason, and with public executions happening often, it seems as if anybody could next. High bounties are posted for only the most wanted criminals, and yet many dare to take the risks of arrest. However, many of those people are part of a resistance, and when Ren is given the chance to fight back, will he? After all, America once did stand for something. Land of the free. Home of the brave.
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    Life is great for Kamran Smith. He's a jock, he's got a girlfriend, and he's an astounding football player. But tension arises when his brother Darius, an american soldier, is accused of being a terrorist when a video goes around. Kamran, however, knows that his brother is not the terrorist he is portrayed as, and vows to clear his name. In this novel, find out if Kamran will be able to prove his brother's innocence.
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    An average kid, Paul Richmond, ventures to find a friend—who really likes him, from the rich snobs, or “clones” that fill the hallways of Gate school. Paul befriends Charlie, a kid who seems compassionate, but is smarter than he looks. Paul finally thinks he has a friend, until he realizes what Charlie is not who he seemed to be. “Breaking Point” is a story of excitement, suspense and mostly, a story about how school can create a monster out of a seemingly “good boy.”
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    The unlucky Stanley Yelnats is “always in the wrong place at the wrong time”, and it’s this that ends him up at a correction facility, “Camp Green Lake”, except it’s not much of a camp, and not at all a green lake. He meets a few others, including a kid who he’d never realized that he’d grow close to. “Holes” is an exceptionally good read, showing the day-by-day struggles of an innocent boy that just wants FREEDOM!
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