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Patrick Ness

Discussion in 'Book club' started by camis, Apr 5, 2012.

  1. camis

    camis New commenter

    I'm currently slogging my way through the third in the Chaos Walking trilogy - just wondering if it is worth the effort? I really enjoyed the first book (The Knife of Never Letting Go) but found myself getting increasingly frustrated with The Ask and The Answer (second in the trilogy). Is it worth persevering with the third book?
     
  2. camis

    camis New commenter

    I'm currently slogging my way through the third in the Chaos Walking trilogy - just wondering if it is worth the effort? I really enjoyed the first book (The Knife of Never Letting Go) but found myself getting increasingly frustrated with The Ask and The Answer (second in the trilogy). Is it worth persevering with the third book?
     
  3. I'd say don't bother finishing 'Monsters of Men': 'The Monster Calls', however, you'll read in a night (or two). What's the essay question you have to answer?
     
  4. camis

    camis New commenter

    The question that I am avoiding is 'Discuss how the latest Carnegie Prize winner fits into the history and tradition of children's literature'.

    Instead I am going for 'Discuss the statement 'studying children's literature implies studying the way culture develops' in relation to 3 of the set course books'
     
  5. ha! you see, I'd go for the Carnegie question! The books on this year's list would be great for that question too :)
     

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