The Sixth Man

From Paulette Aspesi
author: Baldacci, David
The Sixth Man
I love everything this man writes. Edgar Roy, an alleged mass murderer is being held at a prison for the criminally insane. Sean King & Michelle Maxwell are hired to help with his case. What follows is a conspiracy of major proportions. Edgar has an eidetic memory and is part of a secret government whereby he processes loads of government info from all the major intelligence agencies and makes sense of them. But some very powerful and influential people do not like this- they want to be in control. In the end truth and justice win out.

Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto

From Robert Citrano
author: Levin, Mark R.
Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto
I found this book to be inspirational in that it reinforces the basic principles that our great country were founded upon; less government influence and less encroachment on our civil liberties. It reinforces the fear proclaimed by President Gerald Ford in the 1970’s that “a government big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take away everything you have.” Being a conservative, this book is a reminder why our great country is the envy of the rest of the world, and why we should stand proud with patriotism.

Things not Seen

From Edward, Teen Book Reviewer
author: Clements, Andrew
Things not Seen
“Things Not Seen” by Andrew Clements is one of those books that will keep you awake through the night reading it. From start to finish, I could not put this book down. The story starts out when an average teenager, Bobby Phillips, wakes up invisible. He eventually meets a blind girl named Alicia and they together try to fix Bobby’s problem before the government knows.

I highly recommend this book. The book is interesting, not too complex as it is told in a familiar teenage voice. This story will captivate readers for time to come.