by Morgan Coffey
The nightmares that became a reality
The cold dusty nights sweeping away my sleep
The pitch black night sky makes my heart cry
And I'm sitting here thinking why is this me?
People always say that things happen for a reason...Right?
And that everything that we say and do will affect us
Are those statements correct?
Because if they are why don't they affect me?
I'm laying on my cold hard rocky bed tossing and turning while everyone else is
On their dream cloud gazing up at the starry night sky
Sooner than later I fall asleep and not much later after that the nightmare
The loud screams of horror at night that crashing knocks just on my front door all in an innocent little girl's mind .
She wakes up.
And just sits in her bed
She listens really closely to the noises around her house she hears a little whisper calling her name she's thinking it could be anyone.
But it's not just anyone
Deep Down Popular
by Bailey Maranaca
Deep Down Popular was a good book about a girl, Jessie, who has a major crush on this really popular boy, Conrad. One day Conrad injures his leg and gets a big metal leg brace. His popularity starts to fall. Then a teacher asks Jessie to help Conrad. They become friends, and Jessie's dreams are coming true all because of a leg brace. Then Conrad is getting a surgery that could possibly kill him. If it doesn't kill him everything will go back to normal and Conrad will become popular again. Jessie is scared of Conrad being popular and not being friends with her anymore, but she's mostly scared of him dying.
Overall this was a good book. I would rate it ⅘ because some parts of the book were a little boring. But besides that, I would recommend reading this book.
ACtivity Night Was Fun For All
Vault of Dreamers Book Review
by Jodie McGee
Rosie Sinclair had just got accepted into Forge, which is one of the best art schools in the country. But Forge is more than just a school, it's a reality show.
All students are required to take a sleeping pill to get 12 hours of sleep to boost creativity, but when Rosie skips her pill one night and explores, she discovers that Forge might not be everything it says to be.
Wanting to know everything she can about what goes on behind the cameras, she begins to go out nearly every night. Soon, she unravels the truth about Forge and the real meaning behind dreaming there.
To me, Rosie Sinclair is a fighter. She wanted to fight for justice for all of the Forge students, even knowing the dangers. She could have taken the easy way out and stuck to being a normal kid at Forge, but instead she followed her instincts.
I recommend reading The Vault of Dreamers by Caragh M. O’Brien to anyone who likes thrilling, fast-paced dystopian books.