Summer Book Reviews
'Geek High' Reviewed by Stefania Lee
Math-mastermind Miranda, nicknamed "Human Calculator," cannot fit into the genius-filled "Geek High." She is cursed with problems that simply cannot be solved by using math.
Her mother flies off to London and leaves her with her father who has a new life of his own with Miranda's malicious stepmother and vexing stepsister.
She is head-over-heels for a boy who falls for her stepsister, and Miranda also gets blackmailed into planning the school's dreaded Snowflake Gala.
As the school year progresses, bad evolves to worst before it ever becomes magnificent.
Geek High is a welcomed addition to my collection of favorable books. It is funny, exciting, and has a satisfying ending. I look forward to the sequel.
Stefania Lee, a graduating senior in the Gifted program at Hahnville High, is a member of AFJROTC, National Honor Society, Beta, Spanish Honor Society, Student Council, marching and symphonic band, Students Against Destructive Decisions, and Girl Power. She plans to attend Georgia Tech to major in biomedical engineering and minor in Spanish. She enjoys volunteering, competing and crafting.
Editor’s note: Book reviews are published weekly in agreement with Hahnville High School gifted English teacher Deborah Unger in conjunction with the Brown Foundation Service Learning Program.
St. Charles Parish police are seeking the public’s help in locating a man charged...
Considering the kind of year 2016 has been for St. Charles Parish Sheriff's...
ITT Technical Institute's closing had student Zina Richards calling the VA suicide...
When St. Rose Elementary School asked its students to aid its Live Bully Free...
Diana Ford calls Arlinda Brown her guardian angel.
“You’re priceless,” Ford...
With a roller coaster ride of a game tied at 28 with 10 seconds left, and the eyes...
Over 25 Years of Quality Sales, Service and Repairs on YAMAHA, MERCURY, EVINRUDE and JOHNSON Motors.
Assistance For Single Parents to host seminar - 981 views
Assistance For Single Parents (AFSP) is hosting a “Show Me the Money” seminar on Sept. 17 thanks in part to a $10,000 grant received from Entergy Waterford 3.