Naruto by Kishimoto

Recommended by Julian J

“I’ll never give up, that’s my ninja way….I’ll never die until I become a hokage.” Naruto was born to Kushina Uzimaki and Minato Namizaki. Naruto’s father is the 4th hokage legendarilaa18ee10a2d5f3a01064fd9832a60c53y and the fastest ninja alive. His mother had the nine tails and passed it on to Naruto. Naruto reminds of dragonball because of how they would fight for the people they love and ones that cannot fight themselves. They also want to reach their goals like when Naruto wanted Sasuke to come to the village and be good, and Goku wanted Vegeta to be good. This book stands out because sometimes people would act like Naruto because the way he acts. Naruto would sacrifice his life for his friends, and it encourage other people help other s who are getting bullied. It would be helpful to my reader because it would encourage them to do anything they want. They would never give up, and always willing to help anybody who’s hurt. I would give this a 5 out of 5 and I think people all over the world should rea
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Naruto by Kishimoto

screen480x480“I’ll never give up, that’s my ninja way….I’ll never die until I become a hokage.” Naruto was born to Kushina Uzimaki and Minato Namizaki. Naruto’s father is the 4th hokage legendarily and the fastest ninja alive. His mother had the nine tails and passed it on to Naruto. Naruto reminds of dragonball because of how they would fight for the people they love and ones that cannot fight themselves. They also want to reach their goals like when Naruto wanted Sasuke to come to the village and be good, and Goku wanted Vegeta to be good. This book stands out because sometimes people would act like Naruto because the way he acts. Naruto would sacrifice his life for his friends, and it encourage other people help other s who are getting bullied. It would be helpful to my reader because it would encourage them to do anything they want. They would never give up, and always willing to help anybody who’s hurt. I would give this a 5 out of 5 and I think people all over the world should read this.

Recommended by Julian J.

Kingdom Hearts:Final Mix by Shiro Amano

51k4r72garl-_sx331_bo1204203200_Have you ever wondered about other worlds and how thy are all connected by one heart and how there is tons of opportunity to explore it all and adventure. so did Sora but this one journey changed his whole life. kingdom hearts is about a 12 year old boy named Sora all he knows is destiny island , the place where he was born . all he dreamed about was getting off that island and going on an adventure.he ended up getting his wish but at the price of losing his friend to the darkness this book isn’t very comparable to any other book because the story line is so diverse so it cant be compared to any other book. there is no other book like this one , it has ton of adventure and a very moving story line. the story starts off slow and then the action starts to hit you fast i would rate this book a 4.5 because it has a good detailed story line.

Recommended by Steve H.

Pride Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith

ayxsgqo3trvttxznl46evr6ntvz” A delectable literary mesh -up…. Seth Grahame- Smith has taken the merry world established by a 19th-century literary lady, added a scourge of reanimated corpses, and created well, a pop cultural phenomenon, certainly, and one that has stirred up a lot of excitement. This is book takes place in the 19th century and there is this virus that make people turn into zombies. Then there are these three women trained to kill named Elizabeth, Jane, and Mrs. Darcy. This book doesn’t remind me of any book I’ve reed. But this book is just the movie they made for it. The only thing that stands out in this story it was like where did the virus come from. Then also how old were the women when they trained for this event happen. When got I just reading the book I was wondering what was going on in the story. But in the first part they were in a party while the zombies were walking through the party. I would give this book 3 out 5 stars. You should read this book if you like zombies and women who kill zombies in the 19th century.

Recommended by Javone S.

Dragon Ball Z by Akira Toryama

17282142Recommended by Steve H.

Imagine if one day you were told that you are apart of a superhuman race called the saiyans Dragon Ball Z is about Goku a saiyan from a distant planet who defends the earth from evil villans who plan to take over the world this comic book really reminds me of the Naruto and One Piece series but, this book is way more hype and action packed like Bleach. this is the best adventure/action comic book ever created because the story quality and the amount of action. the book kinda starts of slow but when the action starts you will be impressed. I give it a 5 out of 5 because of the amount of intensity in this comic book

Dragonball by Akira Toriyama

81zhvsp2bfglRecommended by Julian J.

Dragon ball is all action. Goku as a kid did not know he was from an ancient race called Saiyans. He met a girl named Bulma who was looking for the dragon ball which Goku has as a treasure for his grandpa. Goku and Bulma was headed for the other dragonballs. The dragonballs grant any wish but one and its that you cant wish more than one wish. Bulma wants to gather the dragonballs so she can wish for a new boyfriend. When Yamcha came to kill Goku and Bulma and steal the dragonballs he found love for Bulma and she didn’t need the dragonballs to wish for a boy friend. The Monkey king journey reminds me of dragonball because the monkey king has a tail like Goku he trains like Goku he has a stick like weapon like Goku and even has a cloud like Goku.
This book is so unique because the author writes about this pure hearted kid who loves fighting with he’s heart content. I also like the characters who are willing to trust Goku and help him through every situation.
The author wrote this book to show comedy and it also helps me to become a better reader because Goku helps me to achieve my goals because he never gives up. I would give this book 5 stars because I love this book.