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This book a few years ago from an nline friend who fell in love with it Taking her advice I eventually got hold f Fearless from my school library and rdered it nline for myself sometime later I read Fearless when I was about twelve r thirteen and have since read it In the End over a good few timesThe story follows a brave child nicknamed Little Fearless who has been banished to an institute to become a proper Cityzen Thepening chapter is beautifully written proving to be very interesting I definitely wanted to I hesitate to call this book science fiction because so many people don t like that genre It s set in the future and tells the story f a girls school that is actually a prison where girls who get in trouble are sent The girls have been taken away from their families and locked into this facility which the public believes is a school Then ne f the girls attempts to escape and get help from the utsideIt s recommended by JACUELINE WILSON and is a smooth easy read with an engaging plot Try it ut 15 stars mini rant this book was just so insanely bad but i just don t have the heart to give it a lower rating timmy clearly was tryingfirst thing i want to get ff my chest is that this should NOT be a ya book WHY is this aimed at young adults the blatantly bvious subliminal messages that were meant to make the reader reflect n society fell flat because it was so painfully bvious and it felt as though the author was trying to spell everything ut by shoving a dictionary down my throat the writing was better suited to middle grader The Age of Treachery or really younger than that I loved this book Now I know many will disagree with me but what made Fearless appeal to me was Little Fearless s strengthf character her courage and her spirit not nly contributed to what ther people saw her as but to who she was The fact that here she was in a prison an institution yet she told stories and disobeyed the rules to receive the cruelest punishment without entirely selfish motives Little Fearless was a lifeline The Catcher in the Rye and Philosophy of hope for allf the girls who had been torn from their families to be institutionalised and unlike so many romantic mystical and usually appealing tragic protagonists not Seven Sisters New Quilts from an Old Favorite once in the story did Little Fearless fail the reader NOT ONCE did she have a weak momentf selfish melancholy there were always Bike Mechanic: Tales from the Road and the Workshop (Rouleur) others thoughtf as well as herself Others may think that the fantastical sci fi realm where the novel was set was not developed r describ. He smartly painted exterior f the City Community Faith School Their birth names are forgotten and replaced with a letter and number but they give each When a Man Loves a Woman other nicknames like Tattler Stench r Little Fearless As they slave away at chores Little Fearless who is actually the bravest girl in the.
If a book is released as an Advance Review Copy the publisher is probably trying to generate some advance buzz for it Get some good reviews going ahead f it and make people want to buy this book I think that if that s the case the book has some Keep From Falling obligation to be good Fearless is what happens when an adult author tries to write a kid s book but doesn t really know how All language gets dumbed down every little detail gets spelledut exposition grows like mold It s like Lott hasn t even read a children s book recently much less has any skill in the writing f ne The dialogue is horrible The plot might be Blessed Homecoming okay in another writer s hands but I ha In a world where rules and blindbedience have taken the place Shrek of good judgement and compassion there lives a girl named Little Fearless She spends all her days in The Institution where she s taught to listen andbey Problem is as much as they try to teach it she s not really learning it Little Fearless knows that she and all the ther nameless girls at the Institution deserve something Deserve families And freedom Of all the girls Little Fearless has the guts to find a wayFearless is a dystopian parable a rather ne dimensional story Look Alikes Jr. of courage and howne person s faith can change everything I liked it liked the IDEA f it I appreciated the arc f Little Fearless s story but sometimes it fell into a sort Architecture for the Shroud: Relic and Ritual in Turin of preachiness that disappointed me Certainly there are echosf Nazi ish hatred and enforced conformity as wells as Collecting and Exhibiting Computer-Based Technology: Expert Curation at the Museums of the Smithsonian Institution other dystopian fare I did like how clean it was and I think my 11 yearld daughter would be receptive to the style than I was I read this book years ago and liked it but I didn t really understand what it was about I would like to reread it so I can try and understand it better My name is Tim Lott and I have a ton He Remembers the Barren of Very Important Political Observations to make I could research global diplomacyr lack thereof red handed corporate lobbying and the insidious duality The Early Girl Gets the Blood Wolf of any and all political parties whether leftr right and use that information to write a scathing non fiction book Diary of a Library Nerd: An Erotic Diary of One Woman's Metamorphosis orOr I could write a shitty young adult novel I think I will write a shitty young adult novel So much easier Kids don t care about uality right They wouldn t know stiltedbvious metaphors even if they were sledgehammered The Stonemere Park Breast Essays: From The L.C.T.F. Archives over andver and Let the Wolf Howl over with them right Young adults are brainless They are corrupted and ruled by television and social networking and video I first discovered. A Whitbread Award winning novelist tells a chilling dystopian tale about a heroic girl prepared to risk everything in the pursuitf justiceIn the not too distant future the world is safe from terrorists the streets are clean and girls labeled juvies r mindcrips have been hidden away behind
Ed properly and that the story may have benifitted from such an addition but the world is being seen from the eyes and mind f Little Fearless and as her knowlegde f the world utside the institution was limited so must be the view Blue Guide New York of the reader However if you will notice that the descriptionf the institution is unfailingly clear and that the reader can have no vague wonderings about its appearance r significance this is because it is seen from the view f someone who has spent very nearly all their life within the grounds Homesick of this building While I was reading it took me about an hour to read Little FearlessI could not help noticing that Tim Lott s writing style is somewhat similar to thatf Niel Gaiman the author A Criminal Affair of Stardust The events in the book happened very uickly everyne f which was extremely important and although not very long the novel containsso much It s a bit like Hermione s enchanted beaded bag in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Fearless also manages to contain any number f carefully integrated morals and messages that become clear as the story developes The premise was interesting Kind f 1984 r Brave New World but what happened to the kids in these societies So you would think hey this should be coolYeah not so muchDialogue HORRIBLE Characters Totally 2 dimensional Maybe he wanted to keep them simple because this society was breaking them down so they didn t resist the rule But if that was the case why did Little Fearless just suck She didn t say anything new She had the same conversation ver and veralso the bit about hiding their names It was so trite like not that the girls hid the names from each ther but that the author hid the names from the reader AFTER the main character learned their names It was infuriating and stupid I skimmed through a lot f this because the dialogue was so boring And really kids talk like this And a whole society f misfit girls talk like this Whatever The author was trying too hard This was ne f my favorite books in middle school I ve read it so many times and even rereading it as an adult it s held up It s full f adventure heartbreak and hope It s written for kids but it doesn t shy away Confessions of a Teenage Hollywood Star or make things easier It s so sad but hopeful at the same time and contains such a good message Regardlessf all that it gets a five star for nostalgia factor alone But make no mistake this book holds up its fantastic I would recommend this to anyone middle school age. School tells the Precious Stones: Their Occult Power and Hidden Significance other girls stories stories about the day their families will return for them Little Fearless’swn hope and conviction spur her The Proletarian Revolution and the Renegade Kautsky on a dangerous adventure a bold and unthinkable plan that will either save the imprisoned girlsr mean the end f Little Fearless herself r bo.
Fearless E–pub Free
Tim Lott is the author of seven novels and a memoir The Scent of Dried Roses which won the PENJR Ackerley Prize White City Blue won the Whitbread First Novel Award and his young adult book Fearless was shortlisted for the Guardian Children's Book Award Tim lives with his family in north west London