The Eagle's Tale

11/22/63 a hefty look at history

Angel Martinez, Staff Reporter

March 30, 2012

Jake Epping, a 35 year-old English teacher, goes back in time to try to prevent the Kennedy assassination in Stephen King’s new novel 11/22/63. The book is not intended to answer any “What- if” questions that you may...

Book signing Tuesday for teacher’s first published novel

Cortlyn Dees, Sports Editor

March 6, 2012

World geography teacher Andrew Neighbors will sign copies of his new book, “Mystoria: Land of the Immortals,” in the CHS library tomorrow from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. In his book, a vampire warrior, Michael, and a witch, Jasmine,...

Westerfeld’s ‘The Uglies’ tells thrilling adventure, asks thought-provoking questions

Jayden Beatty, Assistant Editor

January 11, 2011

Freedom is a cancer, not a right according to many characters in “The Uglies,” a four-book series written by Scott Westerfeld. After being blackmailed into betraying her friend, protagonist Tally Youngblood unexpectedly...

Romance novels for summer

Iliahna Saldana, Staff Writer

May 12, 2010

Read away a lazy summer afternoon with romance novels suggested by Barnes and Noble. Once Upon a Merrigold—Jean Ferris Dear John–Nicholas Sparks Shiver—Maggie Stiefvater Mistress of Mellyn—Victoria Holt Sunda...

‘Shutter Island’

December 10, 2009

‘The Last Song’ right on key

Natalie Brown, Staff Writer

October 13, 2009

Typical teenagers have a point as they are growing up when they are trying to figure out who they truly are, when they become independent and when they become rebellious. Ronnie, short for Veronica, is the prime example. Defiant...

‘The Road’ leads minds on an emotional journey

Chelsea Minton, Staff Writer

September 17, 2009

As the snow falls silently downward, it is gray. The ground it lands on is burned black and charred beyond the point of recognition. Cities have fallen and people have all but died away. The silence is almost impenetrable but...

‘Unwind’

Iliahna Saldana, Staff Writer

September 17, 2009

“Unwind by Neal Shusterman takes readers a short way into the future where newspapers are rarely seen, daycares are now included in every high school, eye-color injections join fashion, and children between the ages of thirteen...

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