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What I'm reading now!!!

Septimus Heap, Book One by Angie Sage


SUMMARY- Septimus Heao, the seventh son of the seventh son, disappears the night he is born, pronounced dead by the midwife. The same night, the baby's father, Silas Heap, comes across an abandoned child in the snow-a newborn girl with violet eyes. The Heaps take her into their home, name her Jenna, and raise her as her own. But who is this mysterious baby girl, and what really happened to their beloved son, Septimus? Recommended for: Age, children. For fans of, Harry Potter. 


Best Friends for Never: A Clique Novel (Clique Series #2) by Lisi Harrison


SUMMARY- In the second book starring Westchester County's most privleged middles schoolers, the Clique declares Massie a hero for hosting the first boy/girl Halloween party of the 8th grade. Massie's already hired Landon Dorsey, the hottest party planner in the 9-1-4 area code, but her parents insist she has to invite the entire class. Unfortunatley that means everyone. Layne is bummed that the boys will be there -- she IMs Claire that's so "DESPR8" -- as Claire wonders if maybe a boyfriend will make her happy. Meanwhile, Massie and the Clique are fighting over who gets to invite Derek Herrington. Dylan thought it was obvious that she was the one who danced all night with Derek at the OOCD benefit last month, but says "Whatevs" when Kristen gets all wierd about it. Fine, she can have him. He was a terriable dancer anyway and there will be tons of guys to choose from at the party.... Recommended: Age, 11-14. For fans of, The Clique, The Uglies, and many other pre-teen girl books. 


That is what I am reading right now. If you want to have a book disscusion on one or both of these titles, then comment below and tell me what you think. :smileyhappy: