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Nithin Bagal, 14, is a high school freshman who loves SciFi, fantasy and mystery novels, as well as adventure and science non-fiction. He is an avid swimmer and enjoys movies, music, and hanging out with friends.

Book Review: ‘Unbroken’ by Laura Hillenbrand and ‘The Boys in the Boat’ by Daniel James Brown


They weren’t the smartest people, they weren’t the strongest people, but they proved that those are not necessarily the only qualities of a champion. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons’ by Sam Kean


Even if you really find the brain to be the most boring subject you could read about, this book should still appeal to you. Read More »

Book Review: The Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins

The Hunger Games trilogy makes you think about our society as a whole, and the plot is riveting. Read More »

Book Review: The It-Doesn’t-Matter-Suit by Sylvia Plath

Max Nix desperately wants a suit. But does the kind of suit he wants even exist? Read More »

Book Review: The Battle for the Castle by Elizabeth Winthrop

The plot is exciting and is a good combination of modern and medieval experiences. The suspense is nervewracking. Read More »

Book Review: Dog Sense by Sneed B. Collard III

Dog Sense conveys the point of view of a teenager and it makes the book seem real. Read More »

Book Review: The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

Little do Percy Jackson and his friends know that they are starting on one of the most dangerous journeys ever. Read More »

Book Review: Akbar and Birbal by Amita Sarin

A fantastic swirl of Indian history, Indian ways of life and hilarious descriptions of events. Read More »

Book Review: George’s Cosmic Treasure Hunt by Lucy & Stephen Hawking

When they realize Earth is in danger of blowing up, three brave kids travel through the Universe to save it. Read More »

Book Review: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days by Jeff Kinney

If you like a hilarious story about a really dorky teenager and his bummed out life, then Dog Days is for you. Read More »