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    Borlen was unlike the other dwarves. Most dwarves are born deep underground, at least a mile below The Surface.They are usually born in a cavern filled with crystals and gems. Diamonds are for strength, emeralds are for wisdom, and sapphires are for truth. Dwarves are usually tried to be fed the most healthy, powerful gems as they can within a few hours of birth to give them the best chance in life. However, Borlen was fed none. As Borlen's parents were traveling downward, there was a collapse, blocking the tunnel. The climb was too much for Borlen's mom, so he was born just a few feet from the surface. As they went down, Borlen was crying until they went back up. His parents assumed his fear of depths would go away when he adjusted, howevr it didn't. It only got worse. This book was interesting and funny. I rate it 5/5, and recommend it to people who enjoy reading fairytails.
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    Isla lives just outside the lands of the furless. The life of a fox is dangerous, and Isla is learning skills to help her survive. However, one day Isla returns to her den, and her family is no where to be seen. Instead, she finds her den surrounded by strange foxes. She is forced to flee into the world of the furless. In order to survive, she will have to learn the secrets of foxcraft. This book was interesting, and I recommend it to people who also enjoy the Warrior Cats series. I rate it 5/5.
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    This is the next book of the Foxcraft series. In this book, Isla is searching for her missing brother. Even though she is very skilled in foxcraft, she still has a new grasp of it. However, there are tales of a council of Elders who are masters in foxcraft. They guard its secrets, and if Isla wishes to master her gifts and find her brother, her only hope may be finding the Elders. Another thing is that she is not alone in the forest. There is a cruel fox who has the power to enslave other foxes to his will. This book was interesting, and I recommend it to people who enjoyed the other book in the Foxcraft series, or people who enjoy the Warrior Cats series, and other books related to Warrior Cats. I rate this book 5/5.
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    This book's setting is after the Battle of Seattle. Trenton and Kallista, along with their friends, fly their mechanical dragons, searching for any signs of Kallista's father, Leo Babbage. However, they are surprised to be reunited with him, and he reveals that humans are working as slaves to the dragons. However, they are doing it willingly and they do not want to be rescued. They are protected by their new master, a huge, powerful white dragon. Kallista is shocked, and wonders why her father would ever willingly work for the dragons. Trenton and Kallista will have to find a way to enter the dragon's tower fortress, and remove its power and hold over the city, and the world. This book was very interesting, and people who enjoy fantasy books will enjoy this book. I rate it 5/5.
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    This book is filled with quotes. It also has many cute mini illustrations on each of the pages. This book can be useful if you need a quote. I wouldn't really read this book everyday, but I think it's good if this is the type of stuff you would be interested in. I rate it 5/5.
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    A long time ago, a Wearle of dragons set out on an expedition and were never heard of again. In this book, a new Wearle is determined to find the first that went missing. Gabrial is very eager to prove himself, and find his missing father even though he still has the blue scales of a young dragon. However, he ends up causing a terrible accident resulting in a baby dragon going missing. He will have to prove himself worthy of even remaining with the Wearle at all. This book was very interesting, and I recommend it to people who are interested in fantasy books. I rate this 5/5.
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    This book is about Bailey Walker, who thinks kin means more than family. He thinks it also means being part of the Animas bond, which is a harmonious link that connects humans and animals, and guides everything in his world. However, Bailey hasn't found his kin yet, and without an Animas, he's sure his fate is destined to be an outcast, or even worse, to lose his mind entirely. When he is accepted to Fairmount Academy, he is determined to Awaken his Animas. However, once he gets there, he cannot help but be interested in the dark mysteries surrounding the kingdom. This book was interesting, and fantasy readers will be interested in it. I rate it 5/5.
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    Whalen Vankin is a great wizard, and he has only personally trained two wizards. One of these wizards is Alexander (Alex) Taylor. The other is Jabez, Vankin's nephew. However, Jabez went down a darker path, while Alex earned a reputation as a brave adventurer, a warrior, and a man of honor. Whalen has called Alex for help. They must find Jabez, and destroy him. Whalen trained Jabez against his own better judgement, even though he was always evil. Whalen could not see that he was evil. Whalen believed he was not strong enough to destroy Jabez himself, meaning that Alex has to destroy him. This book was interesting, and I recommend it to people who love fantasy books. I rate it 5/5.
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    On Jeremy Fink's thirteenth birthday, he receives a box with the words The Meaning of Life written on the top. He and his bestfriend, Lizzy, are excited to see what is in the inside. However, they realize that the box is locked, and there is no way to open it without the key unless you destroy what is on the inside. He and his bestfriend go on an adventure to find the keys to the meaning of life. This book was funny, and I enjoyed reading it. I recommend it to people who have enjoyed other books written by this author. I rate it 5/5.
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    Emily's bestfriend, Lizzie, is gone. She can't believe it. When Lizzie's parents and sister return to the town to visit, Emily is still broken. They are as well, and desperate. They are so desperate, that they will even do something unthinkable, and something very crazy. They acted as if Lizzie was Emily, and they told her she is apart of their family now. This book was very interesting, and I rate it 5/5.
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