Wheel of Bankruptcy
As Thursday rolled around, the Wheel of Fortune match was on. I was going to compete against a taciturn young girl named Makenzie, and a lugubrious man named Leland. On my way to the podium I was pinioned to the wheel so I couldn’t get up. That gave me a small nodule on my forehead. But I didn’t realize it until I was prostrate from passing out. I picked myself up and went to my spot. That sure was soporific!
The first spin was complete maelstrom. The rest of them were really calm though. Then suddenly Leland spun the million dollar award. He let it oscillate in a tantalizing way. On the last play I went bankrupt. I left completely saturnine. I failed.
My book is titled I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have to Kill You. It is about a girl named Cammie who goes to a spy school. Her mom is the headmaster of the school. Her dad went on a mission and never returned. This is the type of book that you can never put down. It has suspenseful moments on every page. I am only on page thirty, but I already know that I love this book and recommend it to everyone!
Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children
My book is a sort of scary but in a twisted way book. It is called Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. It is about a boy named Jacob whose grandfather has told him crazy stories about his life on a small island where there is a home for “peculiar” children. But these kids aren’t just peculiar, they have amazing powers. Many years later Jacob doesn’t believe his grandfather anymore. Later, he gets a crazy phone call from his grandfather saying that he is about to be killed!!! And thats where I have stopped reading. DUN DUN DUUUUUUN!