Boonie

Boonie Richard Masson
  • Title: Boonie
  • Author: Richard Masson
  • ISBN: 9781471400735
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Boonie Richard Masson Boonie Boonie takes place in a war and pollution ravaged world where two children JD and Aqua battle through many horrors and setbacks in pursuit of their dream In constant danger from the evil Silver Men
    Boonie takes place in a war and pollution ravaged world where two children, JD and Aqua battle through many horrors and setbacks in pursuit of their dream.In constant danger from the evil Silver Men, they must avoid the Ratcatcher, fool the Ragman, escape from Chatelaine and trick Fireless the giant, all in search of a man with his mouth sewn shut.
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    1. This is a book that is very different to other books that I have read recently and being published at this moment in time In fact it s not a book that I d expect to be published by a mainstream publisher such as Hot Key Books Therefore, I definitely congratulate them in championing this book.The start of the book is not an easy one to digest The harsh realties of the story are quickly thrust upon the reader and set a sombre tone In parts, this book is set in a futuristic fantasy world Although, [...]

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    2. Review by Callum Year 8Boonie is a dystopian novel based on a boy named JD who is trying to survive in a world without water After his father s death, JD meets a man whose mouth is sewn shut but who has a vital secret that could save the world Together they travel to the city to find JD s Mother During his time in the city he meets a girl called Aqua She s an adventurous girl from the farm who aids JD, evading murderous Silver Men and together they continue to search for JD s Mum.Boonie is set i [...]

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    3. First of all, this book would have been better for a younger audience people aged around 10 12.The writing was wholly unimpressive I didn t enjoy the descriptions or the short sentancing that could have been effective, if it wasn t throughout the WHOLE book JD annoyed me He was a character who was simple, and oh, congrats, you can sweet talk a little All of the stuff that happened that weren t that important compared to other things, JD emphasised I would expand, except it would then be a spoile [...]

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    4. This was something fresh anddifferent It s dystopian and sci fi but not your usual fare Which is a good thing.The Story JD s father has been burnt alive by the Silver Men His mother has run away Lost in the desert without water, JD meets a strange old man whose mouth has been sewn shut That man s secret will save his life The search for his mother leads JD to the City, where he must face the true horrors of life under the Silver Men Trapped inside the Pits of enslaved children scraping for water [...]

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    5. Fantastic story Quite harsh in places, and it rips along, and as a previous reader said, it stays with you after you ve finished When you are reading it, it s very vivid, and you can easily imagine this making a great film In fact, I can see this developing into a great series if the author wants to carry the story further I can imagine a great prequel as there are so many great characters that you want to know about, their history, how they got there, etc And as for a follow up or sequel, you [...]

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    6. This book works on so many different levels It has a plethora of wonderful, finely observed characters, a gripping story line and it will wrench your emotions in so many ways The first thing I wanted to do when I finished reading it was to start again And don t think its just a YA read, this book works for adults too.

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    7. Boonie is the story of a young boy trying to survive in an incredibly harsh, dried up world where cruelty abounds Despite the horror of the society, the boy JD does what he can to struggle against injustice I m not a huge fan of the book too depressing even for me but the boy s voice does give some energy to the story.

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    8. Boonie is a book that stays with you, long after you ve read it atmospheric and compulsive, I really enjoyed it It feels like a much accessible version of Brave New World, and although distopian, is ultimately quite uplifting A good read.

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