Thursday, November 28, 2013

The BookGang choose the best best books 2013

Today we had a BookGang sugar festival.  Chocolate, lollypops, chocolate biscuits and a lollyscramble in the library.  It was all very loud, grabby and fun.  There was a quiz, there was fun choosing yet more books for the summer holidays and we made a list of the best books the BookGang have read this year.

So, without further ado, here is the list of the BookGang Best Books of 2013 (in no particular order) with the name of the nominator alongside.
  1. House of Hades by Rick Riordan (Paul)
  2. The Skeptics Guide to Conspiracies (Josh S)
  3. The Project by Brian Faulkner (Thijs)
  4. Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare (Billie)
  5. The Enemy Series by Charlie Higgson (Caedyn)
  6. Looking for Alaska by John Green (Braeden)
  7. Gone Series by Michael Grant (Jack)
  8. Emperor Series by Conn Iggulden (Billie)
  9. Silent Stars Go By (Doctor Who) (Mace)
  10. The Alchemist Series by Michael Scott (Taichi)
  11. Death Note (Manga) (Dom)
  12. Fairy Tail (Manga) (Liam)
  13. Furnace Series by Alexander Gordon Smith (Jordan M)
  14. World War Z by Max Brooks (Seth)
  15. Henderson's Boys Series (Connor)
  16. Vladimir Todd Series by Heather Brewster (Jeremy)
  17. I am Number 4 series, The Lorian Legacies by Pitacus Lore (Everyone)
  18. Power of Five Series by Anthony Horowitz (Riley)
  19. Tomorrow When The War Began by John Marsden (Jordan B)
  20. Department 19 series (Connor)
  21. Nowhere by Jon Robinson (Paul)
  22. Fever Crumb Series (Josh)
  23. Fanboy and Gothgirl by Barry Lyga (Dom)
  24. Wolf Squadron by Craig Simpson (Thijs)
  25. Young Bond Series by Charlie Higgson (Brandon)
  26. The Rangers Apprentice Series by John Flannagan (Mikey)
  27. The Dwarves Series by Marcus Heitz (Brandon)
  28. More Than This by Patrick Ness (Ms Schaumann)
  29. Wool Series by Hugh Howey (Ms Schaumann)
  30. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn (Ms Schaumann)
 Because we didn't quite get to 30 I added my choices at the end.  As you can see there are varied tastes in our BookGang.  Some people really like war stories and action thrillers, others like series books.  Magic and wizardry are popular and this year far more than any other the manga are popular. BookGang continues to thrive and these boys are such fantastic booklovers and readers they are a pleasure to spend time with.
The 2013 BookGang of King's High School



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