Welcome to Clarion Goodreads

Looking for something to read?  Check out the new Clarion Goodreads page.

Looking for something to read? Check out the new Clarion Goodreads page.

Matthew Arenas, Staff reporter

If you are reading this, then you are reading.  Since you are reading, you probably enjoy it.  If you enjoy reading, try out Clarion’s new Goodreads page.

Goodreads is a new web application that allows people to share reviews of books.  Clarion has started a few shelves of books worth reading.  Some reviews have a comedic tune and others just tell it like it is.  If you like knowing just what a book will entail for you, you will like the reviews either way they are written.

Current listings range from Jurassic Park to The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao.  Maybe you have read some, or maybe there are some you would like to read, or maybe there are others you haven’t heard of.  Books have been broken into several shelves.  One lists books for everyone, and another looks at books for freshmen.

You can reach our account by going to www.goodreads.com and searching for rbhsclarion, or keep your eyes posted for posts like these to see new and updated books.

Rbhs’s books

A Pale View of Hills
4 of 5 stars
A book which represents perspective. Its possible you’ll be reading this in honors English 10 and if you do you’ll be glad you’ve read it. This is a book that will make you think you’ve understood it and perceived to the way you have wan…
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
5 of 5 stars
If you’re a big reader already this book will be a highly interesting read. The book might make you grateful for the life you have. Its a fiction focusing around either the life of Oscar Wao a “large” Dominican Nerd who hasn’t had his lu…
Jurassic Park
5 of 5 stars
A fun book for the imagination, inviting you to share in the characters sense of anticipation of weather or not you will make it to the end of the book. A definite difference from the book. More destruction and death a version that could…
The Lost World
4 of 5 stars
Unlike the movies the book series is broken of into two books. The first book is clean cut all on its own despite what you may have seen in the theaters. The second follows suit perfectly with a whole new introduction and a clean slate. …
None Dare Call It Conspiracy
4 of 5 stars
A definite read for anyone looking to challenge the view on world history, politics and in large portions, banks. It is a reverse and shocking view of the world we see today. It will show you a side of our recent history different than w…