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Best Books Of 2012!

  Here it is, The final rundown of 2012! So, getting started here are the best books I read this year, starting last...



10. Shadowmagic. Being the last book to be reviewed it was harder to pick Shadowmagic, but it is still definetly a book deserving of #10!


9. Traces: Framed. Warning: May Contain Traces Of a Fantastic Read That Completely Deserves To Be Here On My List.

8. Hover Car Racer. Racing through the list is a Hover Car! Come on Chaser- oh and you Bug!

7. Young Sherlock Holmes: Death Cloud. This book is like a cloudy dream if you love books, but if you don't: A storm of DEATH! On my list, it's at #8!

6. Young James Bond: Silverfin. So many young books in the world today! Thumbs up Charlie Higson, you're included on my list!

5. Skulduggery Pleasant: Kingdom of The Wicked. Wicked! No, literary, This is wicked in both ways! So wicked it deserves to go... On My List! How did I see that one coming...

4. Daniel X: Watch The Skies. Soon after the Hover Car Racer zooms past an alien flies down to Earth! Good job some people Watch The Skies!

3. Gone. Wow that aliens gone, meaning we have room for another name on the list: GONE!

2. The Hunger Games. The First book I ever reviewed, so now we have the newest book and the oldest. The oldest was a paperback whereas the latest edition was on Kindle. hat does that say about Technology these days!

1. The Maze Runner. Wow, give it up for #1! A-maze-ing!

Have a Happy New Year People!
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