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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    The first book is fine, though like a lot of readers I really disliked the "tone-setting" misspellings the author uses. I obtain that his intent is to present that Todd is un-educated, but it's very clumsy and detracts from the actual reading d parts: the concept of the series is actually very intriguing. Generation ships were sent to settle a fresh planet, but on this planet all animals can talk (not like humans, but things like dogs can audibly yell SQUIRREL instead of just barking) and men lose the ability to hold their thoughts private, uncontrollably broadcasting their thoughts to everyone around in what is called Noise. Add in an smart native population that no one realized was there, and you have the makings of a amazing book.Unfortunately, the author can't carry through on the concepts. **Spoilers** The first book focuses on a young boy named Todd and his journey to search somewhere safe in this strange world, along with his mate Viola who recently arrived to the planet. This book was fine, the writing is not outstanding but I enjoyed the journey. However, once you obtain into the second and especially third book, it is just awful. The main hero Todd, who Ness makes a huge deal out of being "innocent" and "unable to lie or kill", actively participates in enslaving, torturing, and killing the native population. He allies himself with the psychotically evil Mayor of the zone and several times chooses to save this man's life rather than test to end the horrific abuse he perpetuates. Todd, Viola, and another boy quickly develop a love triangle of sorts, which for Todd and Viola mainly consists of committing horrific acts to "save" each other or because they cannot bear to see the other one hurt. I could understand this being done once or twice, but it happens five or six times and each time they create things tremendously worse for everyone. At one point, Viola LAUNCHES MISSILES into a crowd of natives and settlers because Todd is in danger, literally starting a war. And the author represents this all as being understandable errors and the two young people as being incredibly moral and upright individuals.I just cannot obtain behind the themes of this series at all. I won't be allowing my teen to read this and I felt gross after reading it myself, There are many, a lot of scenes of graphic torture in this book, suicide bombers, torture via mind control, and worse. Do yourself a favor and search a various series.

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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    When I first started the series, I was place off buy the writing style. The characters seemed stupid and the was the spoke was insulting, so I place the book down for months. I ran out of reading material and picked it back up and started over, deciding that I'd read a few more chapters and give it a chance. I'm SO glad that I did! Wow, the author shows how the main hero changes from just an arrogant, disrespectful child to a "man." If you read the story, you'll understand why I have man signified. It's a breathtaking story and one that will stick with you for a long so, the title's of the books are very aptly named! There are true meanings behind the obvious reason's for the tom Line: A fanastic journey. A real story that you can obtain lost in and one that I highly recommend to anyone who likes a amazing get-lost-in-the-moment read!

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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    **Contains SPOILER-ish Content**I read the short "The Fresh World" first so I was sucked in from the opening sentence. Thankfully I bought the trilogy so I could go from the end of one book to the beginning of the next. Otherwise I think I would be scarred for life. The trauma of separation of these two children was driving me insane. I really don't know why other than Ness has a serious knack for building suspense, teasing the hell out of the reader then yanking the rug out from under them, that and his characters are so well developed in so few sentences. That's talent, man. I really admired the scifi enigma in these stories and the indigenous species was exceptionally well crafted and authored so the enigma still has the reader spinning and pondering after the final words on the latest page. I desperately wish to see these two a couple of decades on, but it's okay, I'd rather Ness not write that because he'd likely torture us even more if he had the zone to do it. I'll settle for the implied ending and imagine a happily ever after for Viola and Todd.

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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    In the absolute best method possible, this series will break your heart and build it back up only to continue the cycle. This is the series that shows what happens when the amazing guys lose, but it still has the best ending. Begin your heart and feels to this book and it will reward you. I don't go looking for books that will devastate me, or are full of the author trying to create you cry or play with your feelings or have crazy intense scenes - I don't have fun those books as much, and this ISN'T one of those books. Give it a test and you'll see; plus, the first quarter of the first book is hilarious. You will fall in love with the characters, and the globe building is phenomenal.

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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    I read this series because I really liked A Creature Calls and I thought a Hunger Games-type series would be fun. I have mixed feelings about it. Overall, the story is really good, but it was method too long and repetitive. The characters kept falling into the same traps, which was really annoying, and it dragged on forever. Also, I was not able to obtain past the main characters being teenagers. To be fair, this is clearly a YA book with teens as the main characters, but I thought it wouldn't bother me that much because so a lot of adults liked this book. I was wrong. But I think teens would love this book.

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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    When I first started this series, the dialect of the main hero really irritated me. I stuck with it though, and I am SO glad that I did. This heartbreaking story does everything right. The globe is amazing. The monsters are fascinating. The characters are true people who create mistakes and doubt themselves and present such strength and determination in the face of horror. This is an perfect illustration of how people who think they are doing the right thing can be so wrong, and people who have created mistakes can forgive themselves and learn to be better. I've read it through twice now and I know that this will be a series that I come back to again and again.

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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    in lieu of the film coming, I purchased these for my girls to read while on vacation. The interesting thing was is that instead of playing in the lake 100% of the time, they wanted to read, and all the mates that went with ( all teens) also caught on , and around the dinner table or android game table at night thats all they talked PHONES-JUST BOOKS -WIN WIN WIN!

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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    It was OK. The first book was quite enjoyable on a easy superficial level. However, the characters of the 13 y.o. being held in such high regard and as leaders was not believable/plausible. Primarily because they acted like children - leaders don't act like kids, so if you actually had a 13-14 y.o. who was admired so much by a community to be thrust into leadership over adults, they wouldn't act like immature, selfish, petulant children. It is an simple read and probably more appealing to the early teenager. I bought it based on the "must read before it becomes a movie" list. It is NOT on the level of the Hunger Android games or Divergent series.

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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    This trilogy was not what I expected at all. I had listened to the prequel for free and liked it so much I wanted to buy the trilogy. However, the first book gets really weird, really quickly and the story goes on and on and on. I would recommend an abridged version, if one exists. There is an intriguing story line, but so a lot of info that I found myself skipping paragraphs just to obtain to something better. There are plenty of heart-pounding moments, mainly because the author often writes without punctuation, or puncshuashun, as Todd would think it. (You'll have to read the book to understand what I mean!) What is funny to me is that those who cannot spell or use proper punctuation in the first put might not even message the writer's intent. Clever, but irritating.

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    Chaos Walking: The Complete Trilogy []  2020-11-21 18:50

    Somewhere along the line I downloaded the prequel "The Fresh World" and it sat in my Kindle library. looking for something short to read I read it but didn't realize it was actually a prequel until after I finished. Having really enjoyed "The Fresh World" I bought the trilogy of the series. Chaos Walking is written much various than its prequel. It took a small getting use to the dialect used in the series. Yet as you start to obtain to know Todd, the main hero of the first book, you start to appreciate the difference of Fresh Earth and Todd's life. One of the more creative aspects of this series is that all men on Fresh Earth have Noise - where their thoughts are no longer personal and can be heard by everyone. Through this series, the reader follows Todd, and eventually Viola, through their grand adventure across an untamed works seeking safety, hope, and trying to remain real to who they are rather than changed by the corruption of mankind. Lots of action, very well written dialogue, and loveable characters create this a memorable story of living in a globe where info and thoughts are freely seen and heard, and actions always have consequences.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    Read the first book since it’s being created into a movie. Loved it so much I bought the other two. I like dystopian novels, and this series didn’t disappoint. It has fresh ideas making it fun to read and see what is going to is book also has a powerful sci-fi component. So consider yourself warned if that doesn’t appeal to you. I used to read a lot of that, but not so much anymore. However I didn’t mind ere are heroes and villains as with any book in this genre and some move from one side to the other. But they are main characters that are just trying to figure things out as they go, and that should appeal to YA readers.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    This was the third book I read by Patrick Ness, and it is also the third book in the Chaos Walking Trilogy. After reading the first book, I quickly purchased the next two in the series, and several more by the author. I have also given this series to a couple friends, and my sister who works as a middle school guidance counselor. The series touches on a lot of adult themes but does it in an a amazing way. The concept was unexpected and new, and the author manages to hold you on your toes with small twist and turns that I really enjoyed. I do not wish to say too much in this review, and spoil some of the unexpected surprises, but if you are fan of young adult science fiction or fantasy you must read this series. It touches on problems of perspective, diversity, inclusion, ity- and never in a preachy way.Each book in the series adds in extra narrators- so to fully understand the tale create sure you finish the series.I am reviewing this product in an effort to support other Amazon customers through relaying my experience with the product and providing any insight I garnered. Had I not liked this product, I would state so here in my review. I would really appreciate that if you found my review helpful, that you would please indicate so below by clicking the YES button below.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    Don't even think twice about ordering this book. Do it! If you've read the previous two in the series, you HAVE to read this one! It's hard for me to hold the books separate, since I read them so fast, but this one was written from 3 characters' perspectives, and there were MANY surprises (good and bad). Patrick Ness is a amazing author, and I will definitely be looking into more of his work. I was very impressed with how this book summed up the series! I shed a few tears it was so GOOD (I don't usually cry when I read books). This series was a very attention grabbing and it really picked at my emotions, making it seem like it was truly event right in front of me. A beautifully written, strongly recommended MUST-READ book.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    Whew!The breakneck pace I noted in my review of The Knife of Never Letting Go and my abbreviated—I ain’t got time for no stinking review ‘cause I got to obtain on to the next one—review of The Ask and the Respond continues, only slightly throttled down, in Creatures of Men, the third, and unfortunately, final, book in the Chaos Walking series.I have no idea how Patrick Ness wrote the trilogy, but the method it reads is one huge ambitious story split into thirds, much like The Lord of the Rings was initially one huge book that for marketing purposes was sliced into three pieces. It worked well for Tolkien, right? Anyway, there’s no tip of afterthought here. Creatures had to follow Ask which had to follow Knife. And they connected seamlessly—setting, characters, conflict. The characters’ choices created sense, as did the changes they went through (or didn’t go through).In my short review of The Ask and the Respond I mentioned the concept of Stage and Sequel and the fact that there was a high proportion of Stage (action on the page) in the first two volumes, and not so much Sequel (reaction to the scene, interior monologue, point of view stuff). There are a few more opportunities to catch your breath in Monsters, a few more chances to think about possibilities and philosophical notions and who’s doing what and who’s amazing and who’s poor and the gray locations in between.But still, there’s a lot event in Monsters, and the few breaks intensify the action when it ramps back up again. Aside from (and contributing to) the slight slackening of pace, there’s the introduction of another point of view, which dilutes the intensity of the focus a bit but makes up for it by giving the reader a deeper appreciation for the universal “humanity” of all reasoning beings, even when those beings aren’t human.When I wasn’t completely caught up in the story, I spent some moments admiring the author’s imagination and organizational skills (it’s a BIG story) and above all, hero development. No cardboard characters here. I’m not going to obtain into spoilers just to convince you, but if you haven’t already read the trilogy (it’s not new), I highly recommend it.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    Spoiler trick Ness is a bit of a @#$%!&?.Just so you know ahead of time, there will be no 3 began exactly where Book 2 left off: The troops of Fresh Prentisstown is at battle with the troops of The Respond and Mayor President Prentiss is talking his method out of being overthrown by Todd. The Spackle forces are attacking and Viola's racing to intercept her incoming scout ship before Mistress Coyle can obtain e story once again expands by adding yet another point of view, that of 1017. 1017 is essentially the one that got away... and proceeds to plot vengeance. He was a Spackle slave in Fresh Haven, who watched his one in particular, die to hold him safe. Forced to work under Prentiss's command and branded with a number intended for livestock, he survives a brutal massacre and escapes to search his people. And this is where his POV, becomes really useful; the reader gets to learn about the Spackle from a Spackle. The Spackle are fiercer and smarter than they've allow on and they've spent their downtime between battles inventing fresh weapons. They call themselves The Land and are a species perfectly evolved to a planet that induces telepathy in its inhabitants. They choose a leader, The Sky, to watch over them, to think independently and create decisions to their benefit. And The Sky keeps his secrets...Todd and Viola are once again caught in a battle they wish no part of... Todd is stuck keeping tabs on Mayor Prentiss who's becoming increasingly nice, even though no one is buying that brand of BS, except maybe Todd who only ever wants to see the amazing in people. Viola is stuck trying to hold the scouts, Simone and Bradley calm, while preventing Mistress Coyle from convincing them to unleash Hell on Fresh roughout the majority of the story, Fresh Globe is having an all out civil battle and there's nothing civil about it. Mayor Prentiss calls his peculiar brand of leadership a battle strategy when really there's just a lot of murder. Mistress Coyle calls it opposition versus a tyrant when she plants bombs in unexpected places, but most see it as terrorism. And as Todd and Viola test to be advocates of peace, getting what they wish is going to cost big.Which brings me right back to Patrick Ness is a bastard. Todd and Viola, having found each other time and time again, fought for each other, and survived bloody, fiery wars... Todd and Viola, constantly having to prove themselves the heroes of the story, despite the despair...The ending brings hope, hope in the human and the Spackle alike, hope that happiness is near. And then Patrick Ness drives MacTruck over that hope. And I read the final pages in tears.I can't really search anything to complain about in the final installment...The plot-timing was perfect, the plot twists were exciting. The suspense kept me flipping pages even when I wasn't sure I wanted to read what happened next. The loose ends were tied up beautifully. And even though Patrick Ness created me cry, I can't fault him too heavily for that... The fact that he was able to create me feel so much is a testament to his ability as a storyteller.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    This is not OK! After all they went through. After everything they worked so hard for, this is it? I must have more. I have to know what happens. This is too much.OK, after my initial reaction of complete betrayal from Ness, I calmed down some and came to the conclusion that this kind of ending can be quite genious, as it leaves the readers pining for more, wondering if this or that happened and completely incapable of stop thinking about this trick Ness is one of the most captivating writers I have read so far in his raw depictions of feelings and the method he manages to create you care so much for the characters. And when you're in love with Todd, Viola, Wilf and the lot of them, he picks you up, beats you, shakes you, hits you while you have to read and endure all the crap he flings at Todd and Viola. Until finally he drops you to the ground and you lay there for a minute, not quite capable of taking in everything you just read, the fear, the love, the anger, the frustration, all of it. And then you realize: wow! This might just be the best reading experience ever. Because that is what books are supposed to do to you, you know? Engage you. Create you feel. And Ness does that, so beautifully, so thing quite compares to Creatures of Men. It changes something in you. I think I know I may not ever read anything close to its quality, except perhaps A Creature Calls or More Than This, also by Patrick Ness, which I will read. They're on my the way, in my frustration and sadness over having finished Creatures of Men without having my needs for closure satisfied, I stumbled over these ingeniously written short stories from Fresh World: The Fresh World, The Wide, Wide Sea and Snowscape which I immediately devoured as they are as brilliant as Ness' other masterpieces. I read them in the aforementioned order, which worked very well. Obtain these three stories for free (!!) here:[...]Well, to sum up, I am in shock. I am in awe. And I am so grateful I discovered these books, and I am even more grateful to Patrick Ness for writing them. Safe to say, I will read it in a second as soon as he releases his next book.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    WAR!The Spackle are determined to obtain revenge on the humans(The Clearing). Spackle 1017 has a private agenda to slay Todd. In 1017's eyes Todd helped the humans slay 1017's partner. The Spackle have a weapon of destruction that the humans had never seen before. A weapon that shoots flames that will incinerate whomever and whatever is in the line of fire. The humans are also significantly outnumbered by the yor Prentiss has been waiting for this war. It is almost like he craves destruction. Todd is keeping close tabs on the mayor. Todd has never wanted battle with the Spackle. He desires peace. Todd also knows that Mayor Prentiss is getting into his head. He has given Todd the ability to quiet his noise. No longer can people hear every thought that Todd ola is with the scout ship that has just landed. There are 5000 more people coming to land and Viola is afraid that what they will land into is a planet destroyed by war. She and the pilots of the ship are trying to negotiate peace with the Spackle. But Viola is extremely sick from the band that the Mayor had place on all women. It is eating away at her arm, causing pain and sickness.Mistress Coyle is determined to be the leader of her own band of rebels. Still bent on destroying the Mayor she enlists the support of several other mistresses to enact terrorist acts upon the Mayor and his army.When Mayor Prentiss realizes that Todd will never consciously take the put by his side as his son he sets off a string of happenings that could mean the destruction of s of Men is the latest book of the Chaos Walking trilogy. It was a bit hard to read with everyone being so bent on destroying each other. It shows that it only takes a couple of power hungry individuals to break up peace talks. I found it really paralleled "real life" wars. And it is hard to negotiate peace when there is so much bitterness buried deep in a persons soul. I liked Viola and Todd's continued loyalty and love for each other. Both determined to protect the other from the destruction around them. I have to say I was very unsatisfied with the ending. I was left with wanting just a small bit more closure. For the most part though Creatures of Men was an exciting ending to the series and I'm glad I was finally able to read it.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    Perhaps I’ve just maxed out on dystopian YA literature. Perhaps this is one of those YA novels that is much more famous among its target audience (i.e., adolescents) than it is among jaded adults like me. Whatever the case, persevering through this bloated 600+ page conclusion to the Chaos Walking trilogy was a antipathy for the series (and for this novel in particular) may have something to do with the narrative whiplash I experienced. While I generally have no problems dealing with multiple narrative perspectives in a novel, Ness overused the technique. Just three narrators (Todd, Viola, and an alien Spackle first called 1017 and then the Sky—don’t ask) tell this overwrought tale of non-stop war for the Fresh Globe on an unnamed planet, yet the narration switches perspectives every 3 or 4 pages—and perhaps the author or the editors supposed it would be helpful to use a special font for each narrative voice, but that choice—along with the use of a giant font for explosions (BOOM!) and other loud exclamations—simply creates fatigue. I had to exert so much energy trying to hold track of the ever-shifting narration that I soon grew weary of the endless fighting, explosions, betrayals, and fabricated cliffhangers at the end of seemingly every neath this narrative clutter lies an earnest metaphor about love, war, communication, empathy, colonialism, cooperation, power, fatherhood, and a host of other “important” themes, but for me it just never came together.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    I really wasn't expecting to be as sucked into this globe as I found myself. Entire evenings started with, "Meh, I'll just read a few pages," turned into, "And then what?!" as I had to force myself away from it and obtain back to the everyday tasks of life. Surely, if you're reading this review about the final book of this series, it's because you've already read at least the first book so you already have an idea of the globe you're getting involved with. But just know, as one traveler who's already created it through speaking to you, a traveler who's still coming, the globe you thought you knew from the first and second book only gets better and more engaging as you continue on. I thought I was able to guess where it would all lead and usually I'm right about these things, but boy was I totally and delightfully wrong.

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    Monsters of Men: Chaos Walking, Book 3 []  2020-1-14 19:29

    Creatures of Men is not just about the battle between the Spackle and the settlers, but also about the battle amongst the settlers, such as Mistress Coyle and Mayor Prentiss, and the battle within, such as with Todd and The ese three battles create for very compelling reading. Within a single night I had read 25%. I enjoyed reading The Return's pages and seeing how Todd's actions have affected him and the Spackle. I also enjoyed reading how the Spackle refer to themselves (The Land) and the humans (The Clearing). It's curious how humans came to call them "Spackle." It seems rather yor Prentiss is as malicious as usual, and his interactions with Todd were rather frustrating at times, because as a reader, you know he is not as he's presenting himself to Todd. He is a warmonger and is constantly manipulating those around him. It was heartening, though, to see Todd constantly war the negative influence the Mayor has on him with how Viola makes him feel. His development in this book was wonderful.Of the three perspectives, Viola's was the least compelling. She didn't experience much (if any) development as a hero and seemed rather useless except as a foil to Mistress Coyle. Ness had hinted at a possible triangle between Todd and Lee, but that fizzled completely here. It hadn't been the triangle itself that had appealed to me (goodness knows teen fiction seems riddled with them) but that Viola's feelings for Lee were so starkly various than those for Todd that it created for an interesting l said, though, this was a satisfying end to a dark series. Ness doesn't shy away from how vicious people can be to each other; the Spackle serve as a amazing contrast to humans. Ness wraps everything up very well. The ending is "ambiguous," but not frustratingly so.

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    The second volume of Ness’ Chaos Walking series is another solid dystopian YA novel—it checks all of the genre’s boxes (adolescent virtue triumphing over adult evil and corruption, romance complicated by politics, supernatural elements that can serve as weapons or obstacles, easily recognizable metaphors and symbols) while incorporating what amounts to a planetary gender battle (the men are The Ask, while the women are The Answer), which promises to become complicated by the unexpected uprising of the oppressed indigenous people of the Fresh Globe (here called the Spackle).Although I am not blown away by Ness’ narrative, I do acknowledge it as an exemplar of the genre, yet I wonder whether this series is one of those phenomena of YA literature that is more famous among adults than it is among adolescents. On to the final book of the trilogy…

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    It is rare for a book to leave me so awestruck. This is the tale of Todd and Viola’s adventures on a newly settled planet where hearing the thoughts of men and animals is a constant plague. These settlers, like those who fill our own history, were seeking something better that freed them from the plagues of men only to search those plagues alive and well within their own natures if left unchecked. The messages are multi-layered, deep and incredibly insightful. Discovering what it truly takes to be a responsible adult. The writing is brilliant. The action never drops. I would recommend this series to everyone.

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    The second volume of Ness’ Chaos Walking series is another solid dystopian YA novel—it checks all of the genre’s boxes (adolescent virtue triumphing over adult evil and corruption, romance complicated by politics, supernatural elements that can serve as weapons or obstacles, easily recognizable metaphors and symbols) while incorporating what amounts to a planetary gender battle (the men are The Ask, while the women are The Answer), which promises to become complicated by the unexpected uprising of the oppressed indigenous people of the Fresh Globe (here called the Spackle).Although I am not blown away by Ness’ narrative, I do acknowledge it as an exemplar of the genre, yet I wonder whether this series is one of those phenomena of YA literature that is more famous among adults than it is among adolescents. On to the final book of the trilogy…

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    It is rare for a book to leave me so awestruck. This is the tale of Todd and Viola’s adventures on a newly settled planet where hearing the thoughts of men and animals is a constant plague. These settlers, like those who fill our own history, were seeking something better that freed them from the plagues of men only to search those plagues alive and well within their own natures if left unchecked. The messages are multi-layered, deep and incredibly insightful. Discovering what it truly takes to be a responsible adult. The writing is brilliant. The action never drops. I would recommend this series to everyone.

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    said it about the first book, and I’ll say it again: this is the smartest scifi I’ve read in a long time. In this book, we dig further into the problems brought up in the first book (masculinity, what happens when a society uses violence to determine “adulthood” and worth) and adds in examinations of various kinds of leadership, sacrifices, and power. That there is strength in softness, compassion, and trick Ness continues to absolutely slay me. There were so a lot of points in this book where I had to physically place the book down and cover my face, because I COULDN’T HANDLE my feelings. At all. Couldn’t do it.

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    I picked up this book because I read that it was being created into a movie. Typically books are better than movies, for me anyway, because you obtain to see what goes on inside the characters' heads. This is the first in a series of books that follow two young teens on an alien e main hero in this book is a young boy. 12, almost 13, by their alien years. More like 14 plus in earth years. He lives in a little city full of men. Only men. He believes that it is the only group of people on the entire planet. After a sickness kills his mother, he is raised by two men in that city on a farm. Oh, and everyone can hear what everyone else is thinking all the time. The animals talk as well. He has a dog that he is not too satisfied to have. That is his entire life summed up right there. The same thing, day and in day out. Until it isn't. He meets our other main character. A girl. Shocking on q planet with nothing but the men of his city on the whole thing. His world, what he believes to he real and right, start to implode from that point and gets worse as the book goes on. He has to grapple with what he has been taught and what he is seeing. She has to learn to live on a globe where men's thoughts s into the air like a breath and unusual monsters unds good, right? Eh. Most of the monsters are beautiful normal. There are some unusual ones. They all talk, but crickets and crocs arent really a stretch of the imagination. I doubt the settlers brought crocs to repopulate an alien planet, so these are native crocs. Funny how they have the same animals we have. Small things like that bothered me about the story. We have a villain, but not once does it talk about how he does what he does. Doesn't seem very scary either. Power hungry? Sure. Why though does he have the boys do what they do to become men? What does that do for him? More things bother me but I cant say without it being a spoiler. The priest seems to be superhuman. No reason why e girl and the boy go along meeting people and learning things throughout the book. They spend most of their time running or hiding. It should feel exciting. For some reason, it doesn't. At least for me it didn't. It felt like something was missing. The something that draws you in and makes you stay up method too late to search out what happens next. It also seemed very short. I read this book in a couple of hours. I'm a fairly quick reader, but I expected it to feel longer. It's almost 500 pages, but it felt like 's well edited. It does have misspellings but that is absolutely on purpose. I believe it's to present how uneducated he is and to differentiate his from the girl in future books.I don't know what is missing, but I feel like something is. For me at least. I will not be reading the rest of the series.

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    The Knife of Never Letting Go was a very interesting read with everything event very quickly . It starts out with Todd Hewitt, who is twelve years old and 29 days from being a "man" (which is when he turns thirteen as is the law in Prentisstown - where he's from. The city consists only of men. In fact, as far as he knows, there are no more women existing in his globe and there is no globe outside of his town. His globe is full of "noise", which basically means that every man and animal's thoughts are heard by one and all. Yes, we can hear the thoughts of everyine - including the anmalsAt the very beginning of the book we meet Todd as he stumbles upon an zone in which the noise suddenly disappears and he hears something he's never heard before - "quiet" And that is when his life changes. Because everyone can hear his thoughts about hearing the "quiet"This is a YA series

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    Patrick Ness must hate Suzanne Collins.Why?Raise your hand if you've ever heard of The Hunger Android games Trilogy. Now raise your hand if you've ever heard of Chaos Walking Trilogy?That's why.But I can't figure out why. Both are series about dystopian futures staring young people trying to overthrow oppressive leaders. Both were published at the same time. Both sold movie rights to Lions Gate Entertainment. Both are e largest difference? Chaos Walking is better--much why hasn't anyone heard of Chaos Walking? I don't know, but I'm about to do my part to correct this gross r starters, check out what Wikipedia has to say for Chas Walking:On the overall series, the Costa Prize Judges said that they were "convinced that this is a major achievement in the making," while the Guardian stated that "I would press Patrick Ness's Chaos Walking trilogy urgently on anyone, anyone at all. It is extraordinary." In their review of the final book, Publisher's Weekly called the series "one of the most necessary works of young adult science fiction in latest years." Robert Dunbar wrote in The Guardian that the series "will almost certainly come to be seen as one of the outstanding literary achievements of the show century, whether viewed as fiction for the young or for a wider readership."The Knife of Never Letting Go was received with near universal praise for its originality and narration from critics such as Ian Chipman from Booklist and Megan Honig from The School Library Journal. It went on to victory several awards and recognitions, including the Guardian Award, and the 2008 James Tiptree, Jr. e second book was also received well, with praise from Publishers Weekly, Children's Literature and Kirkus Reviews, all noting the perfect plot and cast. It was named as one of "the best YA science fiction novels of the year" by Publisher's Weekly while Kirkus called the characters "heartbreakingly real" and praised the questions brought up about "the meaning of battle and the price of peace." The book won the 2009 Costa children's fiction prize and was recognized widely for its e third book, Creatures of Men, has received greatly positive reviews and won the 2011 Carnegie Medal. It was also nominated for the Arthur C. Clarke award for best science fiction novel, only the second time that a young adult novel created it on to the l three books have been shortlisted for the Carnegie Book Award.[...]Convinced yet? Let's ask Wikipedia what it thinks of The Hunger Games:Praise has focused on the addictive quality of especially the first book, and the action. John Green of The Fresh York Times compared The Hunger Android games with Scott Westerfeld's Uglies series. Catching Fire was praised for improving upon the first book. Mockingjay was praised for its portrayal of violence, globe building, and romantic intrigue.[...]Not exactly gushing, is e Chaos Walking Trilogy makes people about some of my favorite quotes?"We are the choices we make."― Patrick Ness, The Knife of Never Letting Go"Faith with proof is no faith at all."― Patrick Ness, The Ask and the Answer"Choices may be unbelievably hard but they're never impossible. To say you have no choice is to release yourself from responsibility and that's not how a person with integrity acts."― Patrick Ness, Creatures of Men"It's not how we fall. It's how we obtain back up again."― Patrick Ness, Creatures of MenReady to give it a try? I'm not going to recap the synopsis, you can read that anywhere. Here's what you need to know from me that you can't obtain anywhere else:Don't give up if you feel frustrated at the writing style after the first few pages. Patrick Ness uses his words as part of the story, and so his style feels a bit awkward at first. For example, some words are spelled fonetiklee because Todd can't read. Also the books are full of stream of consciousness sentences that would earn you an "F" if you tried to use them in English class. But it's intentional. The author's use of words adds to the feeling of the story and endures you to the characters.And speaking of the characters . . .The characters in Chaos Walking are some of the best I've ever read. Every character--from Todd and Viola even down to the horses they ride--is strong and flawed and full of meaning. Todd, Viola, the Mayor are the major players, but there are no minor players. Everyone is important. A lot of times I'll describe a book as "character driven" or "plot driven." These books are both--enduring characters living through a strong story.And speaking of the story . . .I typically don't like 1st person narration because it's so hard to obtain it right. The Chaos Walking Trilogy is written entirely 1st person--and it couldn't be any other way. It's what makes the story work, and I'm extremely impressed. Todd narrates the first book, Todd and Viola narrate the second, and the third book is narrated by Todd and Viola and one other unique guest who I don't think I'll divulge . . . but just know that it works great.And speaking of amazing . . .Read Chaos r you parents out there, here's what else you need to know. Chaos Walking has the same level of violence and death as that other trilogy. Also, there is some PG-13 language. I rate all three books 16+.

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    said it about the first book, and I’ll say it again: this is the smartest scifi I’ve read in a long time. In this book, we dig further into the problems brought up in the first book (masculinity, what happens when a society uses violence to determine “adulthood” and worth) and adds in examinations of various kinds of leadership, sacrifices, and power. That there is strength in softness, compassion, and trick Ness continues to absolutely slay me. There were so a lot of points in this book where I had to physically place the book down and cover my face, because I COULDN’T HANDLE my feelings. At all. Couldn’t do it.

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    Patrick Ness must hate Suzanne Collins.Why?Raise your hand if you've ever heard of The Hunger Android games Trilogy. Now raise your hand if you've ever heard of Chaos Walking Trilogy?That's why.But I can't figure out why. Both are series about dystopian futures staring young people trying to overthrow oppressive leaders. Both were published at the same time. Both sold movie rights to Lions Gate Entertainment. Both are e largest difference? Chaos Walking is better--much why hasn't anyone heard of Chaos Walking? I don't know, but I'm about to do my part to correct this gross r starters, check out what Wikipedia has to say for Chas Walking:On the overall series, the Costa Prize Judges said that they were "convinced that this is a major achievement in the making," while the Guardian stated that "I would press Patrick Ness's Chaos Walking trilogy urgently on anyone, anyone at all. It is extraordinary." In their review of the final book, Publisher's Weekly called the series "one of the most necessary works of young adult science fiction in latest years." Robert Dunbar wrote in The Guardian that the series "will almost certainly come to be seen as one of the outstanding literary achievements of the show century, whether viewed as fiction for the young or for a wider readership."The Knife of Never Letting Go was received with near universal praise for its originality and narration from critics such as Ian Chipman from Booklist and Megan Honig from The School Library Journal. It went on to victory several awards and recognitions, including the Guardian Award, and the 2008 James Tiptree, Jr. e second book was also received well, with praise from Publishers Weekly, Children's Literature and Kirkus Reviews, all noting the perfect plot and cast. It was named as one of "the best YA science fiction novels of the year" by Publisher's Weekly while Kirkus called the characters "heartbreakingly real" and praised the questions brought up about "the meaning of battle and the price of peace." The book won the 2009 Costa children's fiction prize and was recognized widely for its e third book, Creatures of Men, has received greatly positive reviews and won the 2011 Carnegie Medal. It was also nominated for the Arthur C. Clarke award for best science fiction novel, only the second time that a young adult novel created it on to the l three books have been shortlisted for the Carnegie Book Award.[...]Convinced yet? Let's ask Wikipedia what it thinks of The Hunger Games:Praise has focused on the addictive quality of especially the first book, and the action. John Green of The Fresh York Times compared The Hunger Android games with Scott Westerfeld's Uglies series. Catching Fire was praised for improving upon the first book. Mockingjay was praised for its portrayal of violence, globe building, and romantic intrigue.[...]Not exactly gushing, is e Chaos Walking Trilogy makes people about some of my favorite quotes?"We are the choices we make."― Patrick Ness, The Knife of Never Letting Go"Faith with proof is no faith at all."― Patrick Ness, The Ask and the Answer"Choices may be unbelievably hard but they're never impossible. To say you have no choice is to release yourself from responsibility and that's not how a person with integrity acts."― Patrick Ness, Creatures of Men"It's not how we fall. It's how we obtain back up again."― Patrick Ness, Creatures of MenReady to give it a try? I'm not going to recap the synopsis, you can read that anywhere. Here's what you need to know from me that you can't obtain anywhere else:Don't give up if you feel frustrated at the writing style after the first few pages. Patrick Ness uses his words as part of the story, and so his style feels a bit awkward at first. For example, some words are spelled fonetiklee because Todd can't read. Also the books are full of stream of consciousness sentences that would earn you an "F" if you tried to use them in English class. But it's intentional. The author's use of words adds to the feeling of the story and endures you to the characters.And speaking of the characters . . .The characters in Chaos Walking are some of the best I've ever read. Every character--from Todd and Viola even down to the horses they ride--is strong and flawed and full of meaning. Todd, Viola, the Mayor are the major players, but there are no minor players. Everyone is important. A lot of times I'll describe a book as "character driven" or "plot driven." These books are both--enduring characters living through a strong story.And speaking of the story . . .I typically don't like 1st person narration because it's so hard to obtain it right. The Chaos Walking Trilogy is written entirely 1st person--and it couldn't be any other way. It's what makes the story work, and I'm extremely impressed. Todd narrates the first book, Todd and Viola narrate the second, and the third book is narrated by Todd and Viola and one other unique guest who I don't think I'll divulge . . . but just know that it works great.And speaking of amazing . . .Read Chaos r you parents out there, here's what else you need to know. Chaos Walking has the same level of violence and death as that other trilogy. Also, there is some PG-13 language. I rate all three books 16+.

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    A week ago I reviewed The Knife of Never Letting Go with "SSQQUUEEESSSS" of excitement and soooo glad I had this next book in hand to hop right into it. Life events this past week may have slowed down my reading but this week I was able to spend some amazing quality time one on one with Todd and e Ask and The Respond is not as light a read as The Knife Of Never Letting Go. This book has place our characters right in the heat of battle... once again told in Patrick Ness's phenomenal style... we have alternating chapters from Todd and Viola's ere are so a lot of things I wish to rave about Patrick Ness's writing style. It is creative. It is brilliant. It makes me wish to hug the pages and say, "YES! This is how to write!" When words create me feel... I am sold out.But more than that even, as I told a mate earlier today.... Patrick Ness finds no hero indispensable. In a "take no prisoners" style, Patrick Ness brings characters tot he books... and he takes them holes barred.And I am left shocked and thinking, "Oh no.. he did not just do that...."But he did.And shocked, and confused....I love it.If The Knife Of Never Letting Go held me.... The Ask and The Respond stuck me to the wall.I absolutely can not wait to leap into the pages of Creatures Of opinion? If you liked Hunger Games... you will LOVE this series. If you LOVED Hunger Games.... The Chaos Walking series is about to blow you clean off the planet.

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    When I read this book, I had no idea what to expect. I had read the primary description, and it sounded interesting enough, but then I purchased the book and from page one it was various than anything I've ever read. I assure you it is various than anything you have ever read as well!It immediately begins with Todd Hewitt the main character, and introduces us to a globe where every thought in each characters heads are audible to everyone—including the animals. Ness refers to this as ‘noise.’In order to write this style effectively, the ‘noise’ doesn’t match font or format. The type overlaps, some is larger than other, and it creates a visual noise on the page to match the audible noise to the e book is placed in the young adult genre, but this as much due to the main character’s age as the audience. It handles very massive themes in a mature manner, and doesn’t condescend to its e book is not just interesting format and concept, but also a very intelligently written, immediately captivating story of Todd and his dog and a fresh mate he meets when he runs away from his is was one of the few times I was actually unable to place the book down and when I finished reading it, I immediately required to purchase the second in the a time where we’re being inundated by Young Adult novels and series about dystopic societies it is refreshing to read something truly unique, which doesn’t sacrifice any quality in that uniqueness.If you have fun the Young Adult or Science Fiction genres, I would strongly recommend this book. It is deep, fun, makes smart statements about society—as all amazing Sci-fi should— and has believable, and relatable characters within a scenario that is unlike anything you’ve ever read or experienced.

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    Extraordinary and Captivating!I didn’t know what to expect when I first started reading this book. I really wanted to read a series and this caught my eye. The more I read the more I realized it was kind of a sci-fi which I love because I love watching sci-fi films and shows. Some of the poor reviews I saw were from people who didn’t like the type of vernacular the author used. For example, “.. we might as well be having a normal conversayshun.” Instead if saying conversation. I actually kind of like the method the author writes because it puts you in the characters shoes by hearing the method they talk. The main hero kind of gave me a Huck Finn or Tom Sawyer vibe. The most intriguing part about this book is that there’s this thing called “the noise.” Basically you can hear all of men’s thoughts but they can’t hear women’s thoughts. There’s a little city called Prentisstown that has no women and the youngest member of the city Todd is about to turn into man. Todd has a lot of secrets to learn. What happened to the women? Are there any other settlements or towns? Why can you hear animal noise and men noise and no one has secrets? But that’s the thing, there are lies in peoples noise. The author is very vivid and detailed about the various scenes and it makes you feel like you’re watching a true life movie. I’m still forever crying and caught myself tearing up during certain chapters and the happenings that Todd and Viola faced. You feel like you’re right there along the two main characters who are just children running away from evil. Can’t wait to read the next book in this series! And don’t be surprised if I begin taking in redneck slang. “Knowledge is risky and men lie and the globe changes, whether you wish it to or not.”

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    I absolutely loved The Knife of Never Letting Go, but sadly I found The Ask and the Respond a bit tedious. Ness is a terrific writer; I liked the switching points of view a lot -- it was amazing getting to see Viola's perspective even if her voice isn't quite as interesting as Todd's -- and I liked some of the plot twists (especially involving the Spackle) as well as the side characters (Davy, Lee, Corinne). But the Mayor is one of the most boring villains ever. Every stage he's in, he smiles. And smiles again. And keeps smiling. And keeps winning with hardly a single setback. It starts to create the amazing guys seem like chumps. I really hoped they'd slay the Mayor by the end of this book, not because he was so evil but because I was tired of reading about him.I was also a bit disturbed by the violence. That's not normally something I ever say; I'm not squeamish, and it wasn't any more excessive in this book than in hundreds of others I've read, including YA books. But it bothers me that YA authors seem to search it important to ratchet up the shock value under the guise of "making a statement." We are created to see young women tortured in these chapters, and while a writer could say "but this is what happens in true life," this book is NOT true life. It's YA fantasy, and whether we wish to admit it or not, its first goal is to be entertaining. If Ness wanted to protest the atrocities of war, he'd have filmed a doentary of them ... which none of his readers would likely watch, because we much prefer our violence to be fictional. Let's be honest: does anyone come away from books like this fired up with zeal to go out and war to stop the torture of prisoners of war? No. We gasp in horror and shake our heads...and then eagerly buy the next book in the series. And I'm guilty of that too -- I've got Book 3 on my coffee table, though to be honest I'm not as eager to begin reading it as I was The Ask and the Answer.

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    I'm only about two thirds of the method through The Knife of Never Letting Go, but I absolutely adore this book. Patrick Ness is an outstanding writer. He is a master of the dictum of "show don't tell." He is also very adept at hero development. It didn't take too long before I fell in love with the hero of Todd. Todd is a very damaged character, but that quality endears him to the reader. Of course, I cannot imagine any reader not falling in love with Manchee, Todd's ere is a amazing deal of background to the story, but Ness takes his time revealing that background, giving the reader the possibility to explore it slowly and naturally. His use of language is outstanding, sometimes poetic, but always immediate enough to appeal to young readers as well as readers my age (68).Working with young people for whom this book is directed, I know they love series books. They dislike having to allow go of the characters they have fallen in love with. However, I'm not a fan of series books, but the Chaos Walking series, of which The Knife of Never Letting Go is the first part, is a notable exception. I'm going to read the next book in the series after finishing The Knife of Never Letting Go.I highly recommend this book not only to the ages for which is intended but for any adult who appreciates well-written, engaging fiction.

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    Spoiler do NOT slay the dog, especially if it’s the most innocent and sympathetic hero in a story with few innocent and sympathetic characters. The violence is excessive, driving the plot from one violent incident to the next, numbing you to caring about anyone or anything. I know a lot of readers love this book. To each his own. It’s hard to believe this is the same author who wrote the terrific “Release.”

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    I absolutely loved The Knife of Never Letting Go, but sadly I found The Ask and the Respond a bit tedious. Ness is a terrific writer; I liked the switching points of view a lot -- it was amazing getting to see Viola's perspective even if her voice isn't quite as interesting as Todd's -- and I liked some of the plot twists (especially involving the Spackle) as well as the side characters (Davy, Lee, Corinne). But the Mayor is one of the most boring villains ever. Every stage he's in, he smiles. And smiles again. And keeps smiling. And keeps winning with hardly a single setback. It starts to create the amazing guys seem like chumps. I really hoped they'd slay the Mayor by the end of this book, not because he was so evil but because I was tired of reading about him.I was also a bit disturbed by the violence. That's not normally something I ever say; I'm not squeamish, and it wasn't any more excessive in this book than in hundreds of others I've read, including YA books. But it bothers me that YA authors seem to search it important to ratchet up the shock value under the guise of "making a statement." We are created to see young women tortured in these chapters, and while a writer could say "but this is what happens in true life," this book is NOT true life. It's YA fantasy, and whether we wish to admit it or not, its first goal is to be entertaining. If Ness wanted to protest the atrocities of war, he'd have filmed a doentary of them ... which none of his readers would likely watch, because we much prefer our violence to be fictional. Let's be honest: does anyone come away from books like this fired up with zeal to go out and war to stop the torture of prisoners of war? No. We gasp in horror and shake our heads...and then eagerly buy the next book in the series. And I'm guilty of that too -- I've got Book 3 on my coffee table, though to be honest I'm not as eager to begin reading it as I was The Ask and the Answer.

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    I'm very hot and cold with this series. This book was amazing but not as amazing as the first one. I read straight through it, but by the end, I didn't really care. I bought the third book but haven't even cracked it yet. I think the author did a amazing job developing relationships between characters in a realistic way. This was one of my favorite things in the first book and it was even better in book two. The author is amazing at allowing his characters to grow, without making them unrecognizable. Because of this the author really avoided a lot of annoying YA tropes, which I really appreciated. That being said, the motivations of the basic antagonist were very weak for me in the first book but the non-stop adventure kept me furiously turning pages and wanting more at the end. This book has the same issues with the antagonist but without the action-packed plot. To create matters worse, the author added in fresh antagonists (or quasi-antagonists) whose motivations were equally poorly at was a bit of a issue for me. I will definitely finish the series at some point, but the end of this book just didn't leave me wanting more. I really like Ness's writing style and will likely check out other things he's written.

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    A week ago I reviewed The Knife of Never Letting Go with "SSQQUUEEESSSS" of excitement and soooo glad I had this next book in hand to hop right into it. Life events this past week may have slowed down my reading but this week I was able to spend some amazing quality time one on one with Todd and e Ask and The Respond is not as light a read as The Knife Of Never Letting Go. This book has place our characters right in the heat of battle... once again told in Patrick Ness's phenomenal style... we have alternating chapters from Todd and Viola's ere are so a lot of things I wish to rave about Patrick Ness's writing style. It is creative. It is brilliant. It makes me wish to hug the pages and say, "YES! This is how to write!" When words create me feel... I am sold out.But more than that even, as I told a mate earlier today.... Patrick Ness finds no hero indispensable. In a "take no prisoners" style, Patrick Ness brings characters tot he books... and he takes them holes barred.And I am left shocked and thinking, "Oh no.. he did not just do that...."But he did.And shocked, and confused....I love it.If The Knife Of Never Letting Go held me.... The Ask and The Respond stuck me to the wall.I absolutely can not wait to leap into the pages of Creatures Of opinion? If you liked Hunger Games... you will LOVE this series. If you LOVED Hunger Games.... The Chaos Walking series is about to blow you clean off the planet.

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    I ordered the whole series (this is the 2nd of 3) and I loved it! This one was the one where you mentally are thinking "no, no, don't do that! Oh they did it...WHAT?! This is crazy, what's happening!" but it keeps you on the edge of your seat and I could not place it down! This book is important to the series, because it supports a lot of characters as you see them develop further, and you obtain to read from two/three various characters' point of view. This was beautifully written, and I strongly recommend this book, as well as the other two books in this series.

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    I'm very hot and cold with this series. This book was amazing but not as amazing as the first one. I read straight through it, but by the end, I didn't really care. I bought the third book but haven't even cracked it yet. I think the author did a amazing job developing relationships between characters in a realistic way. This was one of my favorite things in the first book and it was even better in book two. The author is amazing at allowing his characters to grow, without making them unrecognizable. Because of this the author really avoided a lot of annoying YA tropes, which I really appreciated. That being said, the motivations of the basic antagonist were very weak for me in the first book but the non-stop adventure kept me furiously turning pages and wanting more at the end. This book has the same issues with the antagonist but without the action-packed plot. To create matters worse, the author added in fresh antagonists (or quasi-antagonists) whose motivations were equally poorly at was a bit of a issue for me. I will definitely finish the series at some point, but the end of this book just didn't leave me wanting more. I really like Ness's writing style and will likely check out other things he's written.

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    I ordered the whole series (this is the 2nd of 3) and I loved it! This one was the one where you mentally are thinking "no, no, don't do that! Oh they did it...WHAT?! This is crazy, what's happening!" but it keeps you on the edge of your seat and I could not place it down! This book is important to the series, because it supports a lot of characters as you see them develop further, and you obtain to read from two/three various characters' point of view. This was beautifully written, and I strongly recommend this book, as well as the other two books in this series.

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    What I thought was going to be a tough book to obtain into. . . turned into a book I couldn't place down.If I'm honest I read this because one of my favorite actors is going to be Todd in the movie , I read simply because of that...I was not expecting but hoping, a amazing read. I hadn't heard anything about the book which I think is sad with how amazing it turned out. Patrick Ness is a amazing writer. I'm actually worried about how the movie will turn out because I love this book. I love Todd and I love Viola...mostly...I mean I haven't finished the series yet... I'm slacking partly because I don't wish it to end and Ness can break your heart so... yeah take that as you will. It's a lot of traveling and action with small romance... if any. Be Prepared is all I'm gonna say. It's a crazy ride.

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    The Ask and the Respond is a small bit various than The Knife of Never Letting Go...The story beautiful much starts where The Knife's cliffy lets us hanging... Viola's life hanging in the balance and Todd facing down evil Mayor Prentiss with no hope in sight. But in part 2 of Chaos Walking, Viola and Todd become separated, and so the story is told from two perspectives. His and rough Todd we learn Haven surrendered to Mayor Prentiss, who then changed Haven's name to Fresh Prentisstown and declared himself President of the Fresh World. Mayor Prentiss is a sick twist, no doubt about it, and he didn't waste time learning that the best method to hold Todd in line is by holding Viola hostage. Todd is sent to work, under Davy Prentiss Jr's supervision, as a slave-driver, keeping the Spackle prisoners clearing the rough Viola, we meet the healers, and a fresh hero by the name of Mistress Coyle. Mistress Coyle tries to develop a relationship with Viola, asking her questions about the fresh settlers coming in, and pumping for info about the invading army, and trying to obtain Viola to understand that the decision to surrender was not a unanimous one. Unfortunately for Viola, it takes her too long to figure out Mistress Coyle isn't the beacon of hope she promises to a cold battle turns red hot, Chaos Walking dives deeper into darker themes. Men and Women are separated by thought in book 1, but in book 2 they're separated by opinion, by walls, by curfews. And as President Prentiss's dictatorship thrives, he takes the Spackle servants of Haven and turns them into chattel. As President Prentiss begins to settle into his fresh role, revolutionaries flee, organize, and war back; people obtain caught in the cross fire and terror spreads... Bringing the thin line that separates terrorism and revolution under stress.I loved getting a closer look at Davy Prentiss Jr,. In book 1, he depicted as being as poor as his father and in book 2 we obtain to see why that is. First he's raised by a sociopath, then he's cast in the role of forever trying and failing to achieve his father's love... And as the fresh president tries to hold his fresh government together, the more it becomes blatantly obvious that blood's got small to do with dd and Viola are place under increasing pressure to conform and behave, so the other may live, so they might someday reunite... Even as they keep their survival first, they start to recognize the cost of choosing sides in a war... The cost of lives of those stuck in the middle.And just as the story is becomes overloaded with moral and emotional dilemmas, just as a full scale battle for possession of the Fresh Globe begins-- Another cliffhanger e only reason this story missed out on another five star rating: I felt the author became inconsistent with Todd's narration. he only remembered once in awhile that Todd couldn't spell huge words...Although that may have been an attempt at removing the latest of the humor and evolving the story into more serious material... I was also a small peeved at another cliffhanger.

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    The Ask and the Answer: Chaos Walking, Book 2 []  2020-1-12 18:31

    With The Ask and the Answer, Patrick Ness's Chaos Walking trilogy returns with a vengeance. Allow me tell you, the second installment of this trilogy will obtain your heart racing- it's crazy. I will tell you this, the Chaos Walking books are the weirdest books you'll ever read- but they are sci-fi dystopia at it's best.“Faith with proof is no faith at all.”This second installment, I'll admit- does lag towards the end. But for the most part- Patrick Ness's bonus for pacing shines here. In the beginning of the novel (minor spoiler) Todd and Viola are separated upon arriving to Haven- now Fresh Prentisstown. From that point- Viola and Todd embark on two separate journeys. Their character's develop seamlessly. Todd struggles with controlling his noise and committing atrocities to hold Viola alive- and Viola struggles with working for e Ask and the Respond is a heavy, graphic book-at times its hard to obtain trough- but it's an necessary book. Though it is a dystopian- I don't feel like the problems that our characters deal with are all that far away. And perhaps, that's what makes this book so good. It gets underneath your skin.I can't wait to begin the final volume

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    The Ask and the Respond is a small bit various than The Knife of Never Letting Go...The story beautiful much starts where The Knife's cliffy lets us hanging... Viola's life hanging in the balance and Todd facing down evil Mayor Prentiss with no hope in sight. But in part 2 of Chaos Walking, Viola and Todd become separated, and so the story is told from two perspectives. His and rough Todd we learn Haven surrendered to Mayor Prentiss, who then changed Haven's name to Fresh Prentisstown and declared himself President of the Fresh World. Mayor Prentiss is a sick twist, no doubt about it, and he didn't waste time learning that the best method to hold Todd in line is by holding Viola hostage. Todd is sent to work, under Davy Prentiss Jr's supervision, as a slave-driver, keeping the Spackle prisoners clearing the rough Viola, we meet the healers, and a fresh hero by the name of Mistress Coyle. Mistress Coyle tries to develop a relationship with Viola, asking her questions about the fresh settlers coming in, and pumping for info about the invading army, and trying to obtain Viola to understand that the decision to surrender was not a unanimous one. Unfortunately for Viola, it takes her too long to figure out Mistress Coyle isn't the beacon of hope she promises to a cold battle turns red hot, Chaos Walking dives deeper into darker themes. Men and Women are separated by thought in book 1, but in book 2 they're separated by opinion, by walls, by curfews. And as President Prentiss's dictatorship thrives, he takes the Spackle servants of Haven and turns them into chattel. As President Prentiss begins to settle into his fresh role, revolutionaries flee, organize, and war back; people obtain caught in the cross fire and terror spreads... Bringing the thin line that separates terrorism and revolution under stress.I loved getting a closer look at Davy Prentiss Jr,. In book 1, he depicted as being as poor as his father and in book 2 we obtain to see why that is. First he's raised by a sociopath, then he's cast in the role of forever trying and failing to achieve his father's love... And as the fresh president tries to hold his fresh government together, the more it becomes blatantly obvious that blood's got small to do with dd and Viola are place under increasing pressure to conform and behave, so the other may live, so they might someday reunite... Even as they keep their survival first, they start to recognize the cost of choosing sides in a war... The cost of lives of those stuck in the middle.And just as the story is becomes overloaded with moral and emotional dilemmas, just as a full scale battle for possession of the Fresh Globe begins-- Another cliffhanger e only reason this story missed out on another five star rating: I felt the author became inconsistent with Todd's narration. he only remembered once in awhile that Todd couldn't spell huge words...Although that may have been an attempt at removing the latest of the humor and evolving the story into more serious material... I was also a small peeved at another cliffhanger.

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    The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking Book 2) []  2020-1-20 19:29

    With The Ask and the Answer, Patrick Ness's Chaos Walking trilogy returns with a vengeance. Allow me tell you, the second installment of this trilogy will obtain your heart racing- it's crazy. I will tell you this, the Chaos Walking books are the weirdest books you'll ever read- but they are sci-fi dystopia at it's best.“Faith with proof is no faith at all.”This second installment, I'll admit- does lag towards the end. But for the most part- Patrick Ness's bonus for pacing shines here. In the beginning of the novel (minor spoiler) Todd and Viola are separated upon arriving to Haven- now Fresh Prentisstown. From that point- Viola and Todd embark on two separate journeys. Their character's develop seamlessly. Todd struggles with controlling his noise and committing atrocities to hold Viola alive- and Viola struggles with working for e Ask and the Respond is a heavy, graphic book-at times its hard to obtain trough- but it's an necessary book. Though it is a dystopian- I don't feel like the problems that our characters deal with are all that far away. And perhaps, that's what makes this book so good. It gets underneath your skin.I can't wait to begin the final volume

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    ink I'm going to leave the rating at 2.5, but round up to 3 is book was so incredibly well-written, engaging, and intense. I couldn't place it down. But then I got to the end.I just can't handle books like this. I can read dystopia (I read it a lot, actually), but there's just something about unrelenting pursuit and completely ridiculous odds that I can't stomach. I'm beautiful sure the next book will include things my emotional state just isn't up for, and I must politely decline to scar myself for much as I liked most of this book, I just can't see myself reading the next one.I connected well with all the characters (maybe too well; maybe that's the problem), and even though, at the beginning, I thought the style of the writing and Todd's point of view were going to drive me nuts, I quickly got used to it and even liked it. The plot was special and the timing was spot on. All in all, this is a amazing book that I'm sure lots of people will love. I'm just not one of them. Don't base your reading of this book on me, though, because I also wimped out on films like Training Day, American History X, and Full Metal Jacket, which are widely regarded as very well-made and perfect films. Just not for me. I'm not in any method saying that this book is as violent as these movies, although it does have its gory spots.I'm saying that it has that same vibe of hopelessness that I just can't deal ;DR: If you like books that create you sad, definitely test this series on. This book was superb, honestly. I just can't deal with the feels.

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    While this first novel in Ness’ Chaos Walking trilogy is a solid example of the genre, after reading the plethora of other titles that have redefined post-apocalyptic YA fiction in the past 20 years or so, it’s tough to obtain excited about this one. It’s set on another planet (New World), narrated by a goofy, likeable boy (Todd) on the brink of manhood (which he never lets the reader forget). He is forced to flee the home he shares with his two adoptive fathers (Ben and Cillian—possibly ) in Prentisstown, a settlement ruled by a mysteriously scary mayor. There are no women in Prentisstown (since they were all killed off—allegedly—by a native virus that caused men to contract the Noise, a condition that permits them all to hear each other’s thoughts). There’s a lunatic preacher (Aaron) chasing Todd, presumably with the intent to slay him. As Todd flees, he encounters Viola, a strange woman with unknown origins. And his talking dog Manchee accompanies him on the dd’s quest can be easily mapped to the archetypal character of Joseph Campbell’s monomyth—as can most heroes in contemporary science fiction (whether YA or not). But there’s small here that’s original or particularly intriguing, especially the basic extended metaphor of Todd’s impending loss of innocence, which Ness handles rather clumsily in an effort to give it thematic heft. I am, however, interested enough to read the next book in the trilogy, after which I hope I have not reached the point of genre exhaustion so that I might be able to read the third and final volume.

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    The Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking Book 1) []  2020-11-21 18:56

    I seem to be in the minority here, as I found it really tiresome to obtain through this trilogy. I started reading these books with the promise that I would breeze through them as they are unputdownable and absolutely amazing. I was already in a bit of a reading slump, but this trilogy place me behind huge time on my reading and deepened my might have noticed though that I've given the book 4 stars and that is because despite the fact that the overall trilogy was tiresome, I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. And no matter how I feel about the books in general, there is no denying the brilliance and genius of Patrick Ness, who is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors, both YA and Adult. He is incredible, his writing is remarkable and his mind is a thing of e Knife of Never Letting Go was a very exciting and thrilling read with everything event very quickly taking us on an eventful ride. It starts out with Todd Hewitt, who is twelve years old and on the brink of manhood (which is when he turns thirteen as is the law in Prentisstown - where he's from), and lives in a city of only men. In fact, as far as he knows, there are no more women existing in his globe and there is no globe outside of his town. His globe is full of "noise", which basically means that every man and animal's thoughts are heard by one and all. We first meet Todd when he stumbles upon an zone in which the noise suddenly disappears and he hears something he's never heard before - dd's parents are dead, and he lives with Cillian and Ben, brothers who raised him since he was a child. When Todd tells Ben of his discovery, he is suddenly thrown into a whirlwind of mystery, confusion and danger. Ben tells him he needs to leave immediately, never to return. He gives him his mother's journal, and a map, and asks him to obtain as far away from Prentisstown as possible, using the map as guidance. Todd, who cannot read or write, is unable to read his mother's diary which explains the history of Prentisstown and how the women had all disappeared. Unable to hide his thoughts and his noise, the people of Prentisstown and the mayor, all realize what Todd has discovered and hurry to silence him before he dd, along with his loyal dog Manchee, escape into the forest where they are stopped by an insane preacher, Aaron, who holds particular hatred towards Todd and beats him to a pulp. This is when Todd meets the first female in his life, Viola, and their journey towards self-discovery and a safer globe begins. Viola has just lost her parents in a crash, and has no one left in the world, until she meets Todd, who is the strangest boy she's ever met. One whose thoughts she can hear as clearly as her own was very entertaining watching the back and forth between Todd and Viola, and witnessing their friendship blossom. I loved how they both had each others' backs and their protectiveness towards one another was ere were a lot of ideas presented in this book that were quite thought provoking, such as the idea of "lying". Todd doesn't even know what the word means, because of the fact that no one can hold any secrets where he's from due to the "noise". Yet when Viola demonstrates her uncanny ability to imitate anyone's accent and voice, he is taken back and feels like he almost cannot trust her. I found that idea fascinating, in the method that Ness presented it in the context of the at being said, I don't know that this book can be considered Young Adult since it discusses a lot of serious themes and is actually very violent and brutal. I went into this not knowing much about its contents, but was really surprised at the violence and deaths. I quickly learned not to obtain attached to any of the characters, similarly to how I feel about Android game of e idea behind this story is outstanding and very impressive, the execution however was tedious. A very well written, unbelievable book. Deserving of 4 stars as a stand alone. Not my favourite series as a whole, however.

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    Chaos [App]  2019-6-5 13:31

    Very fun. Almost addicting.

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    Chaos [App]  2019-6-5 13:31

    Very satisfying. Both engaging and relaxing.

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    Chaos [App]  2019-6-5 13:31

    its a fun android game with amazing levels

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    Chaos [App]  2019-6-5 13:31

    Its a amazing tactic android game that can be a bit hard but who doesn't love a challenge?

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    Chaos [App]  2019-6-5 13:31

    This has really amazing melody and amazing gameplay!!

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    paperback is accessible. Read to the end. Yep, I had to read it in high school. Still, that didn't ruin it. A small bit of an attitude going on, I feel that H.D.T. is expressing a somewhat elitist attitude... possibly in a tongue in cheek mode. There is some significant change since it was written... OK. enough. I did not read the cliff notes, so don't rely on this ysis.

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    A relatively misunderstood work. Thoreau lived about a mile and a half from his family home for his hermitage. He wasn't physical far from civilization during his time in Walden woods. He also had lots of visitors, some very notable figures and writers. What people missed is that physical distance is not what Thoreau is about, it is mental distance, and Independence in thought. Theoreau lived his philosophy, his life was his philosophy, when so a lot of had high words and thoughts but no actions. Read his works with that in mind, and they are easier to access.

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    It was awesome to read this and see that after all these years things have changed but remains the same. What do I mean by that? Henry Thoreau writes about how so a lot of people during his time did not venture into the amazing outdoors. He mentions keepers sitting on their rears - lives spent going to and from work. The more things change the more they stay the same.

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    An tribute to Nature and a call to the civilized man to express his real nature and individuality. I'm enriched, influenced and entertained by Thoreau's works and this one is no exception. Free from the herd metality, his observations and ideals sets you thinking. This book is about walking - sauntering through the higlands of the mind as well as through the pristine nature here on earth.Random sampling from the book:- Our expeditions are but tours, and come round again at evening to the old hearth-side from which we set out. Halk the walk is but retracing the steps.- The landscape-painter uses the figures of men to tag a road. He would not create that use of my figure. I walk out into a nature such as the old prophets and poets, Menu, Moses, Homer, Chaucer, walked in.- At present, in this vicinity, the best part of the land is not personal property; the landscape is not owned and the walker enjoys comprative freedom. But possibly the day will come when it will be partitioned off into so-called pleasure grounds, in which a few will take a narrow and exclusive pleasure only - when fences shall be multiplied, and man-traps and other engines invented to confine men to the PUBLIC road, and walking over the surface of God's earth shall be construed to mean trespassing on some gentleman's grounds. To have fun a thing exclusively is to exclude yourself from the real enjoyment of it.- Hope and future for me are not in lawns and cultivated fields, not in towns and cities, but in the impervious and quaking swamps.- ...for what is most of our boasted so-called knowledge but a conceit that we know something, which robs us of the advantages of our actual ignorance

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    Thoreau began WALKING by saying that he wanted to regard man as a part of nature, rather than a part of society. There were already enough people taking up the causes of society and that wasn't his purpose. Thoreau really walked, and sometimes it was for hours, unlike the half-hour walks he mentioned that others told him about and that they probably walked on the highway. He wasn't a highway walker, but instead walked in the forests and fields to observe, appreciate and commune with nature and himself. This freed Thoreau from the daily issues of life and the civilized globe around was everywhere, even in the swamps, and he mentioned how he would love having a house built right at the edge of a swamp. Even in the first half of the 19th century, Thoreau noticed that forest land was being chop down in order to build houses. He turned out to be very prophetically correct when he said that eventually walking on the earth would mean trespassing on someone else's property, something that we have to be conscious of today. Thoreau spoke of improving "our opportunities, then, before the evil days come." By not taking advantage of getting outdoors and walking and really noticing nature, we would miss the enjoyment of it all.I found this to be quite inspiring to urge me to obtain outdoors again and walk, no matter how far or long my endurance lasts. This essay is also very relaxing and thought-provoking to read. I especially loved how he spoke of trees and especially hemlocks, since the hemlock is my favorite tree. Thoreau says that if we listen to the "subtle magnetism" of nature that we will yield to it. During his day it might have been easier to do that, but those living in cities and suburbia today only see concrete jungles and row upon row of houses not unlike their own. We must take ourselves out of that setting to parks, wooded locations and walking trails for it to work as well today.If Thoreau could come back today and see where he once went walking, he might think that the "evil days" have come. An perfect read for anyone who likes the outdoors, walkers or for relaxation.

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    This is a must read book - it should be needed reading for everybody to graduate high school and college. The author's writing style and the old English can be a small challenging in spots, but not too difficult. It is a very enjoyable read that takes the reader to another put spiritually and philosophically. It discusses the very necessary subject of how we interact with nature, and our bond with nature, as well as the importance of protecting and conserving wild places. It gives a much required point of view that is rare to search these days and perhaps required now more than ever. Most of all it is a celebration of appreciating and enjoying the amazing outdoors (without killing or destroying), simply finding peace and joy in the natural beauty that is around us which so a lot of of us neglect. A true gem that just might stir or awaken something inside of you. You will wish to discover or go for a walk in the woods after reading this.

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    As someone who does a lot of back country hiking, this is like a walk, but inside your own head. I have. A shirt that says, I hike to burn off the crazy, perhaps Henry and I are somehow related. My advice, kick back and enjoy!

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    Do you LOVE to walk @ a leisurely pace? Or hike just for the sake of getting outdoors & connecting withyourself, the globe around you? Then this is the book for you!! Me thinks( a Thoreauism) all bipeds who love the art of walking in all its glorious forms should have this in their library..with life today so over-burdening & stressful, who SHOULD'NT take up walking?? To walk, saunter or pace is refreshing, energizing, and there are a lot of studies proving its therapeutic & health value. Its written to reflect the time in which he lived( pre-Civil War), so some of his grammar/ expressions are antiquated, but have value today. BIPEDS~LOVE YOUR FEET!! Obtain this book- and kindle your love of walking today!

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    Unbelievable thoughts on innovation and aspiration and who we really are. The concluding sentence is the best thing this side of the latest sentence of the Amazing Gatsby. My high school self was wrong about Thoreau.

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    Walking []  2019-12-20 18:34

    If this book had talked about walking more than only half of the book, If have liked to have heard what he's say. I wasn't prepared for or satisfied to search that most of the book was philosophy of nature and such. Don't obtain me wrong, I love nature and I like to ponder and philosophise once in a while but I just wanted to read about walking.

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    Project Chaos [App]  2019-5-25 21:26

    This android game was created by a student at my school and despite its relative simplicity, it's beautiful enjoyable and I'd recommend it.

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    Anime Chaos [App]  2019-7-10 13:0

    I wanted to play this android game because it had amazing ratings, but I couldn't even obtain passed the long in page. It hold saying "successful login" but nothing happened; So I didn't even obtain to test this android game which is hightly rated. Bummer.

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    Anime Chaos [App]  2019-7-10 13:0

    love the android game but 2 days after I downloaded it I cant begin the android game It says login succesful but it just stays there.... any suggestions? I really love the android game so support me...I would give it 5 stars if this never happened to me :/

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    Anime Chaos [App]  2019-7-10 13:0

    The guide is very long. I kept on repeating Chapter 2 Level 1 because I can't win. The pointer isn't letting me do anything. Just keeps on getting back on the same level and it's so annoying.

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    Anime Chaos [App]  2019-7-10 13:0

    I used to play this android game one or two years ago, under another name of course, then suddenly it disappeared from Google store. Hmmm I wonder. Edit: Don't say a brand fresh android game because it is not, I remember this android game very well, it is the same android game from A to Z.

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    Anime Chaos [App]  2019-7-10 13:0

    It's a amazing android game when you are a huge fan of anime/manga (and novel) committe or at least a fan of the series.

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    Anime Chaos [App]  2019-7-10 13:0

    Nice game. The graphics are amazing and the characters are cute. It would be nice if fresh characters are add in the future.

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    Anime Chaos [App]  2019-7-10 13:0

    Why can't I play it now. What happened? I't just stayed at Log in Menu? I'm already enjoying it. 😭😭😭

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    I like this. This really gives a amazing challenge and you obtain to participate in making fresh words

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    GREAT GAME really makes you think hold up the amazing work!!!!

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    love playing with letters. addictive game. amazing time killer.

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    word chaos is a fun word game. amazing method to pass time.

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    love this android game sharpens your brain.

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    literally cant stop playing .

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    keeps yoj ur mind strong! very intertaining

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    The moment i had to accept the invasion of my privacy and transfer of my data to Corporations just to play the game, the android game was ruined.

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    Fun! Fun! Fun! /

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    It's amazing

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    Booooring

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    best

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    Love this game!! It's a primary word unscramble android game with timed & untimed (Relaxed) options. It has Latest Word & Shuffle options, and the sounds aren't annoying. Uses daily words. Thanks for an awesome, user-friendly game! I tried 6 various android games and nothing comes close to this one.

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    some words are not there and there seems to a lot of words that are created up and you would never guess in a millions years. But I have to admit that I am totally addicted. Thanks for a amazing android game but please rectify the words that dont exist.

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    I love word chaos I have so much fun making a lot of words very addictive android game if you love word android games I suggest word chaos it's a perfect word android game I give it 5stars and 5claps amazing job hold up amazing work

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    The android game is fun but it takes over. I couldn't obtain sound from an ad to stop until the ad was finished. While I enjoyed the game, I take a very dim view of programs that over ride my settings.

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    Can someone please tell me if you obtain the word in green before you obtain all other words do you obtain less points then if you would obtain all the wrds then the green....which method do you obtain the most does not say anywhere in the introduction or the various ank you muc

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    Love this game, play it every night. It's also a amazing android game to stimulate the brain, I encourage my elderly residents to play this game!! But it keeps crashing 😕

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    HI JUST STARTED PLAYING.. ITS OK .. BUT NOT WHAT IM LOOKING FOR.. BUT REALLY CLOSE. ANAGRAMS ARE FUN! LOVE THEM! THIS APP IS NICE SETTING AND BUTTONS WORK WELL.. 3 DIFFERENT WAYS TO PLAY IS GREAT TOO. LOVE THAT I CAN PLAY OFF LINE.. BUT GUESSING AT WHAT YOU THINK SHOULD BE IN YOUR WORD LIST IS FRUSTRATING.. EXPAND YOUR WORD LIST.. OFTEN EVERYDAY WORDS ARE NOT IN YOUR WORD LIST.. STILL ENJOY THE GAME.. LOTS OF POTENTIAL.. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.. THX

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    Word Chaos [App]  2019-9-21 1:56

    I love it, but seems to use a lot of battery. Also, after a while I see the same letter sets over and over.

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    Chaos Theory []  2020-1-11 20:22

    amazing cd

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    Chaos Theory []  2020-1-11 20:22

    This cd is great. The funny thing is that Jumpsteadys' voice hasn't really changed musch from Carnival of Carnage. The only issue is this cd has 8 songs...other than that, it is totally worth your money! The best track: "Choas Theory"

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    Beautiful Chaos []  2020-1-18 21:10

    There are no words to fully describe the talent of Devon McCormack and Riley Hart. This is my first book of theirs to read and I enjoyed every moment. I could relate so much to the hero of Corey. Having been in an abusive relationship myself, I could relate to so much of what Corey’s hero was facing. The parts where Corey felt he deserves the pain, or worthless, or scared. I found myself reflecting on how I hold pictures of the bruises my ex gave me and sometimes look at them to remind myself what I don’t wish in my life, yet they also bring back the vivid memories of those specific events. Or the box of expensive labels he’d buy me as sorry and I never wear or use because they justify that a label meant it was ok to be hit cuz I’d obtain nice things. Or being around all his mates and never being allowed to say much or told how to e book actually helped me face some of my own demons and also offered me hope. Just like the characters in the book. Even if you haven’t been through a situation like this or mine, it really helps begin your minds to others and that we never know what someone is going through. Best book for me.

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    Paradise & Chaos []  2020-1-24 23:19

    I'm just at a loss for words right now at this to be continued ending!!! I hate that Paradise got caught up in the crossfire between Chaos and her shady cousin Rocco. It's sad that Rocco and his momma Gail had so much jealousy and strife in their hearts towards Paradise, Ivy, and their mom Renee. I can't wait for the next book to drop.

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    Paradise & Chaos []  2020-1-24 23:19

    What and why... I need part 2, omg that cousin is a dead wrong an now he has upset the reaper himself...I can not wait to see what happens next.

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    Paradise & Chaos []  2020-1-24 23:19

    This is a strange relationship between Chaos and Paradise but it seems like one that will eventually work out. Maybe. The family dynamics between the previous generation is unfortunately too common and damaging to all concerned. Impatiently waiting for part two.

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    Organized Chaos []  2020-1-23 2:36

    An awesome man doing awesome things because he saw a need and was determined to do something about it. His love for the children he helped was powerful as was his determination to see them prepared to face life with knowledge they could obtain through any issue by hard work. He shared the bonus of his amazing upbringing with children that were much less fortunate. Such a heartwarming story. May he and his “kids” have a lot of successes in their lives.

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