Friday, January 25, 2008

David's Top Five -2007

My Top 5 Books of 2007 by David

Summer Ball by Mike Lupica

This great sequel to Travel Team is a thrilling and exciting book about stepping up to the next level. Danny Walker is short for his size, but that doesn’t stop him from being a basketball player. It’s a very good book that appeals to all audiences.

Maximum Ride, Saving the World and other Extreme Sports by James Patterson

This epic is the final in the Maximum Ride series. It wraps up the story with a twist and even a little romance. Max learns about her past and her destiny. This book is a must-read and will keep you on the edge of your seat until the end.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling

This odyssey is the last and most important book in the best-selling Harry Potter series. It sums the story up in a way that is unexpected and brilliant. Harry is a great character and you should read all of the books about him.

The Outsiders by S.E. Hilton

Of all of the books that I read this year this book might just be my favorite. I thought that the actual book was very good, but the part that impressed me was how well I could relate to it. The book is about friends and helping others.

Maximum Ride, the Angel Experiment by James Patterson

This book was a great way to start the Maximum Ride series. It made me a little bit confused, but that just made me want to finish it more. If you have not read this book yet then I strongly suggest that you do!


eluper said...

Amazing that The Outsiders made the list. It's so old, but I guess it's stood the test of time!

Anonymous said...

Maximum Ride 3, as it turns out, wasn't actually the last! Yay!