“Percy Jackson Sarcastic, fast-talking demigod Percy Jackson suffers his share of Greek tragedies and triumphs in a book series that far surpasses the films. After joining forces with a daughter of Athena and a hungry satyr, Percy uses his street smarts during face-offs with Medusa, the Furies, and Ares (among others) in a quest to find the gates of the Underworld. And that’s just the first book.
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Para el Sherlock que todos llevamos dentro, aunque yo lo llevo por fuera
The March Must-Read List | Best Books of March 2014 | Everywhere
Gemini: A Novel A stranger’s life hangs in the balance. What if you had the power to decide if she lives or dies?
The last days of California: a novel by Mary Miller -- Fourteen-year-old Jess' beliefs falter when her evangelical father packs up the family, including her secretly pregnant older sister and her long-suffering mother, to travel across the country and save souls ahead of the anticipated end of the world. (Adult Fiction) 3/12/14
“Time Quintet” No series better explores coming-of-age than Madeleine L’Engle’s fanciful series featuring the Murray family. “A Wrinkle in Time” starts us off in a time-space continuum that transports protagonist Meg Murry and gleeful readers to otherworldly realms. While attempting to conquer The Black Thing, Meg learns that parents can’t fix everything — a worthy lesson for any teenager.