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If an entire nation could seek its freedom why not a girl As the Revolutionary War begins thirteen year old Isabel wages her own fightfor freedom Promised freedom upon the death of their owner she and her sister Ruth in a cruel twist of fate become the property of a malicious New York City. oh i like lha much better when she is writing historical fiction than when she is writing her girls with problems books not that this girl doesn t have problems she is a slave which trumps anorexia as far as problems go but overall isabel is a winsome character than les autres one that you actually would like to see successful at the end of it allhowever since this is the FIRST book of some larger undertaking which they do NOT tell you on the cover thanks no one knows when the end of it all is this book would be appropriate for younger readers i think it seems less focused on the atrocities of slavery and reduced to the experiences of one plucky girl having a little adventure with espionage and some incidental revolution going on all around her the situation seems a little whitewashed if you will excuse the word choice but it does seem pretty tidy and not as emotionally overwrought as the teen fiction i have been reading so far for this class yeah genius just looked at the back of the book to find it says ages 10 and up so let s pretend i just had an original idea and move along it is very much like one day in the life of ivan denisovich in this way you know there are terrible things happening to other people in this situation but overall considering the circumstances ivan had a pretty good day little extra food little light labor not as bad as it could have been still shitty you are still imprisoned and cold you are still a slave to an awful woman but at least there were some who showed kindnessesi got nothing else except to note that the main character started out her enslavement in rhode island and then moved on to new york just like someone else we all know and love or know at leastanorexia is totally a problem i am just talking scale here it is then way people in third world situations view anorexia as a luxury disease because at least you have food to deny yourself in this case slaves are denied personhood which must have a profound psychological toll it is an outside force saying you are nothing rather than an internal struggle am i making it worse i might be i mean no disrespect Poslije svega (After, property of a malicious New York City. oh i like lha much better when she is writing historical fiction than when she is writing her girls with Die Herrenschneiderei problems books not that this girl doesn t have Cities of God problems go but overall isabel is a winsome character than les autres one that you actually would like to see successful at the end of it allhowever since this is the FIRST book of some larger undertaking which they do NOT tell you on the cover thanks no one knows when the end of it all is this book would be appropriate for younger readers i think it seems less focused on the atrocities of slavery and reduced to the experiences of one Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone pretty tidy and not as emotionally overwrought as the teen fiction i have been reading so far for this class yeah genius just looked at the back of the book to find it says ages 10 and up so let s Pretend God Is Deaf pretend i just had an original idea and move along it is very much like one day in the life of ivan denisovich in this way you know there are terrible things happening to other Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide people in this situation but overall considering the circumstances ivan had a Las Puertas Del Amor pretty good day little extra food little light labor not as bad as it could have been still shitty you are still imprisoned and cold you are still a slave to an awful woman but at least there were some who showed kindnessesi got nothing else except to note that the main character started out her enslavement in rhode island and then moved on to new york just like someone else we all know and love or know at leastanorexia is totally a Discoveries problem i am just talking scale here it is then way Idenics personhood which must have a Night Owl Loonette profound Deadshifted (Edie Spence, psychological toll it is an outside force saying you are nothing rather than an internal struggle am i making it worse i might be i mean no disrespect

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Chains By Laurie Halse Anderson

Couple the Locktons who have no sympathy for the American Revolution and even less for Ruth and Isabel When Isabel meets Curzon a slave with ties to the Patriots he encourages her to spy on her owners who know details of British plans for invasion She is reluctant at first but when the un. 35 Stars The Breach of Crowns plans for invasion She is reluctant at first but when the un. 35 Stars

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Thinkable happens to Ruth Isabel realizes her loyalty is available to the bidder who can provide her with freedomFrom acclaimed author Laurie Halse Anderson comes this compelling impeccably researched novel that shows the lengths we can go to cast off our chains both physical and spiritual. Laurie Halse Anderson always writes well My heart was in my mouth all the way Sal is wonderful and feisty trying to find a way out of a situation that appears to have no way out My only objection is that there s a seuel and I don t have it Trial of a Feminizer provide her with freedomFrom acclaimed author Laurie Halse Anderson comes this compelling impeccably researched novel that shows the lengths we can go to cast off our chains both The Breach of Crowns physical and spiritual. Laurie Halse Anderson always writes well My heart was in my mouth all the way Sal is wonderful and feisty trying to find a way out of a situation that appears to have no way out My only objection is that there s a seuel and I don t have it


10 thoughts on “Chains By Laurie Halse Anderson

  1. says:

    oh i like lha much better when she is writing historical fiction than when she is writing her girls with problems books not

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    My discovery of Laurie Halse Ande

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    That the uestion was not whether by a declaration of independence we should make ourselves what we are not; but whether we should declare a fact which already exists Thomas JeffersonThe author of Chains Laurie H

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    Halfway through Wow this is a painful book in all the best ways I'm wondering whether the story is going to manage to pull off some hope by the end and if so how it's going to do so without cheating So far a powerful book and one that's hard to put downAfter finishing A disconcerting look at New York City during the Revolutionary War from th

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    It's taken me forever to getting around to writing a review of this book I read it about six weeks ago I suppose this is because it's getting near universal acclaim while I found it rather ho hum Perhaps reading all the positive reviews of this book got my expectations up too highMy main complaint is that the p

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    35 Stars

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    If an entire nation could seek its freedom why not a girl? And if a girl was to seek her freedom how could she do such a foolheaded thing?Isabel and her little sister Ruth are promised their freedom upon the death of their owner Mrs Finch Its even drawn up on paper by a lawyer but when the heir of Mrs Finch decides to sell the girls instead without so much as trying to consider their claim their lives take a dramatic turn Sold to the Lock

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    What a TREASUREWhat a JEWEL of a novel Amazingly engrossing and movingly written I can’t say enough good things about this book If you are a parent an educator a middle grade student or enjoy historical fiction reads this is one you don’t want to miss out on It’s the first of a trilogy and the intended audience is age 10 and up I have not read the next two novels in the series yet 1776 the year of our Independence

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    Laurie Halse Anderson always writes well My heart was in my mouth all the way Sal is wonderful and feisty trying to find a way out of a situation that appears to have no way out My only objection is that there's a seuel and I don't have it

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    This book has sat on my shelf for literally a decade I've never had the urge to pick it up but always had this nagging feeling that I should read it someday Now I'm reading it and I'm just not engaged Am I a terrible person?Personally I just don't think I'm a fan of Laurie Halse Anderson's writing I couldn't get through Speak either and Wintergirls was a two star read for meOh well I'm glad it's finally off my to read shelf

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