Monday, July 31, 2006

On The Run: Now You See Them, Now You Don't

On The Run
Now You See Them, Now You Don't
Gordon Korman

After Meg broke out of jail with the help of Aiden, the falconer fugitives fly to LA, California. When Aiden saves a street kid's life, Aiden and Meg are taken to his place for a bed to sleep in.
When more killing goes on, a counterfitter is discovered, and FBI are close on their trail, Meg and Aiden know they need to get out of there!

This book was AWESOME! I didn't stop reading until I was done with the fourth (I had nothing better to do). Suspense and detail make these stories great!

If there were two teen agers, one with a knife and looking thretening to the other, would you try to stop him or run away?

If you knew a counterfitter, would you call the poliece even if you had a warrent for arrest?

Please give me your comments and answers to this post.


Mrs. Ruth Kem said...

I would try to get the teenager to stop and not hurt the other.

If I knew someone was breaking the law, like the counterfitter, I would definitely call the police.

(Corey, I am a 4th grade teacher and I love what you are doing with your book reviews. Keep up the good work!)

Corey said...

Thank you for your answers, Mrs. Ruth!

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Cody said...

Where can i find this book online??