(PDF NEW) [The Boy Without a Name] É Amanda Woody

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So emotional Found this story originally on wattpad and liked the preview so much I rushed over to kindle to purchase it Truly a great story filled with emotion and turmoil This is the 2nd book of Amanda Woodys I ve read and I absolutely love the way she writes 1010 would recommend Powerful Poignant I Read the Kindle Version The Boy Without a Name is not the typical Young Adult book Woody deals beautifully with child abuse love and hopelessness You will experience anger oy and great frustration You develop a kinship with a boy who s name you hardly remember This book kept me up way too late to finish What an amazing book for Woody to debut on as an author It was a fast paced heart wrenching book that really draws the reader into the struggles of the protagonist an abused teenage boy who has no warm memory of his life aside from the cold embrace of his violent father Abused is probably an understatement this boy was maimed molested assaulted everything that most people fear of it happened to him With that being said it s not for the. Worthless Unloved PatheticAbuse is all he knows That and the fact that he's sixteen years old or so his brother claims He has two older siblings they might be twins but he's not sure a seemingly deadbeat mother and a schizophrenic.

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(PDF NEW) The Boy Without a Name É Amanda Woody

Cter was distinct and uniue in their own way They were so cleverly written that readers can tell that without mention of a character s name their actions or dialogue Each has their own past and motivation for what they do and say and readers can t help sympathize with them whether they were in the right or wrong The characters brought a lot to the book and gave the plot depth helping to carry the progression through in what felt like a very natural way It s hard to pick out a favorite I ust love them all Writing 55I mean it s a given Without good writing an author cannot make a heart pounding plot and a wonderful character ensemble This novel is definitely geared towards Young Adult readers but as a reader who enjoys adult books this book was an absolute delight for me The writing is easy to read but it carries a lot of depth and meaning across every word no words or punctuation had been wasted Highly highly recommend this book to any reader If this was Woody s debut novel as an author I cannot wait to see what she comes up with next. Hat other people exist is because of the small window slab in the basement Every day he climbs to it and watches the same girl walk by at the same time She's beautiful Like his sister but somehow different And one day she sees him.

Faint hearted However I highly recommend it for readers who are interested in the underground struggles of the abused the unheard voices of those who can t call out on their own and for readers who are itching for an adventure I have broken the different aspects of the book as follows plot characters and writingPlot 55I ve rarely read a fictional book where I was so drawn into the protagonist s emotions struggles and obstacles as this boy s The book sets a good pace in terms of how much time was covered Nothing felt rushed and everything fit into place perfectly The small moments where the boy was able to enjoy himself was detailed but not dragging As the plot evolved and the lives of the characters intertwined it was artfully written and carefully pieced together leaving the reader surprised and wanting Humor was well incorporated throughout the book at proper times giving ustice to the oyful saddening and bitter momentsCharacters 55I love me some good characters Although there were less than a dozen recurring characters each chara. FatherDon't ask him for his name He doesn't have one He doesn't deserve a name For years the boy has been living in his family's basement locked up and hidden from the eyes of the world known as Outside The only reason he knows

I'm a LGBT author represented by New Leaf Literary Some of my book weaknesses include Uncontrollable magicBoys who love boysLady assassinsSnarky banterEyes that glowSalty ueersIdiots to lovers Protective bodyguardsAnything that makes me giggle like a schoolgirl in this hellish landscape When not reading and writing I'm playing God of War and drinking with my parents and two 2 friends