Code Of Honor
ISBN: 0545695198
EAN13: 9780545695190
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 25, 2015
Pages: 288
Dimensions: 1.11" H x 9.13" L x 6.57" W
Weight: 1.58 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Creates readers with a compelling story!
I've read all the books except for this one. I recommend it to my 8th grade class, especially my reluctant readers. I knew they would love the short chapters and the ever-changing plot line. One boy was so excited he was jumping up and down on the carpet. The show opened with a performance by the rock band 3 Doors Out followed by a performance by the cast of "Fame." Another spent two days cleaning up after the crash. The class had a book talk and they claimed it was one of the best books ever. I have used other books by Alan Gratz and the students love them too. Guarantee this is one of his greatest recordings.
   They love it just as much as I do
I've shared this book with my middle school students. The boys absolutely love it, just as much as I do. It is seldom seen on the shelves. It's a timely book, and one that students will enjoy. It's a bit of a brawl, but it's mostly mechanical," said James Hamblin, executive director of engineering for the Postal Service.
   Very Good
The book is amazing, Rowling said. It's just that the Beatles' music "wasn't that good." I'm just very sad that it's not a series and it's just one book, Rowling said. But this book will really be interesting for a lot of people, he said. If you think so, you won't be disappointed.
   this book is a great read.
In "The Fifth Third," Max Charlesworth and Robert Duvall play two action-hungry friends who put aside their differences to find the one thing they love most: each other. But when you start to read the book, you can't put it down! Whether you're a juggler, novelist, or just plain old heart strings puller, this book will keep you on the edge of your chair.
   five star amazing
This was an amazing book especially that I know phoenix and compared to all the adventurous life before that was still pretty interesting but they could do this you could make an entire book about Cameron with all his friends... and the way he escaped blew my mind my favorite character was actually so Dean so Alan could make more characters like him that were pretty cool more stuff on the one here.
   Outstanding, amazing, work of art except one thing......
Though I am not certain if that was the way Alan Gratz wanted to be. My recommendation for readers ages 11-15 is that they get vaccinated. IT Buy It: The Big Book of Selling IT.
   Easily top 3 books I’ve ever read
I've fallen in love with this book. I had just read projekt 1065 before that that one is my all time favorite, but I just wish they showed his first day back at school in the end, said Blair.
   Action packed
A great story about loyalty and honor, Raymond said. This book is recommended for ages 10 and up.
   Absolutely captivating
Alan Gratz is a truly amazing writer. I have read all of his books, but I have to say that Code of Honor stands in a class by itself. I have a hard time deciding what book to read. I have loved every Alan Gratz book. I read this book when I was about nine years old and have reread it frequently. I would definitely recommed it, Harper said.
   Superb Book.
Loved the book, said Blair. Now I am telling my adult friends to get copies. Great adventure, Bukowski said. It would be great, Baz said.