Articles Posted in the " Book Reviews " Category

  • Book Review: Getting Things Done

    by Erin Dennehy Class of 2015 I’ll be honest—I haven’t read a book in a while. My excuse is usually something along the lines of “I’ve been busy,” citing my Advanced Placement classes, sports, clubs, college essays, and cashiering job for proof. I think we’ve all been guilty of this crime—blaming our hobbies or career […]

  • Book Review: The Iceman Cometh

    by Shannon Dennehy Class of 2015 “Where’s Hickey?” This question reverberates within Harry Hope’s saloon throughout Act I as the bar patrons look for their annual buyer of drinks and teller of jokes. “Where’s Hickey?” worries Hope, only waking to lift his head off the table. “Where’s Hickey?” sings Willie, before lapsing into his ditty […]

  • Book Review: The Maze Runner

    by Laurel O’Keefe BHS News Soon to be a major motion picture starring Dylan O’Brien from MTV’s Teen Wolf, The Maze Runner, is a must read. The first book in the New York Times bestselling series is perfect for fans of mystery and adventure. For fans of the Hunger Games and Divergent, James Dashner’s The […]

  • Book Review: American Born Chinese

    by Jack Alessi BHS News American Born Chinese is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Gene Luen Yang. It puts a twist on the classic story of an adolescent trying to fit in and be accepted despite his or her differences. The difference between this novel and the many stories similar to it is […]