Written in English
After a synthetic hormone in beef kills fifty million American women, seventeen-year-old Avie struggles for a normal life in a world where teenage girls are a valuable commodity, but when her father contracts her to marry a rich, older man, Avie decides to run away with her childhood friend and revolutionary, Yates.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.L662816 Gi 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||2014000128|
A Girl Called Fearless: A Novel (The Girl Called Fearless Series Book 1) - Kindle edition by Linka, Catherine. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Girl Called Fearless: A Novel (The Girl Called Fearless Series Book 1)/5(55). Parents need to know that A Girl Called Fearless is a gripping political thriller set in an alternative present that will get teens thinking about gender roles and discrimination; the importance of personal freedom and self-determination; and the safety of the nation's food supply. Some harsh realities of the male-dominated society include the 4/5. The Hardcover of the A Girl Called Fearless (Girl Called Fearless Series #1) by Catherine Linka at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed/5(9). “A deftly plotted portrait of the evolution of a teenage girl into a dystopian heroine.” —Kirkus Reviews “Linka's world-building is detailed and thought-provoking, recalling aspects of Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale.”—Horn Book Review “The concept of a nation mourning multiple generations of women (other countries had long since banned American meat) is gripping, and .
Parents need to know that A Girl Undone picks up where A Girl Called Fearless left off, and teens who haven't read the first volume may not find it compelling. There's less food for thought as the focus shifts to the choices Avie makes and how they affect her. Strong language includes infrequent use of "f--k," with dashes, but it's spelled out once or twice; also infrequent 3/5. CATHERINE LINKA is the author of A Girl Called Fearless, which is a finalist for the SCIBA Young Adult Book Award, an ABA Summer Kids Indie Next Selection, and nominee for the ALA's Amelia Bloomer an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts, Catherine is the children's and young adult fiction buyer for an independent bookstore in Los Angeles, and 4/4(2). Catherine Linka Like most writers, especially YA writers, there are so many, many people to thank that we write long acknowledgements and include them in our novels. more Like most writers, especially YA writers, there are so many, many people to thank that we write long acknowledgements and include them in our novels. In A Girl Called Fearless, mine is three /5. A Girl Called Fearless () About book: I liked the originality of the story initially, especially the potential for an interesting tale. I enjoyed reading the first half of this book and how the girls deal with the prospects of contracts being made for them.
A Girl Called Fearless: A Novel - Ebook written by Catherine Linka. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read A Girl Called Fearless: A Novel/5(6). A Girl Called Fearless by Catherine Linka, to be published May 6th by St. Martin’s Press.. Read: April Genre: Young Adult/Sci-Fi/Dystopia Source: Publisher – this does not affect my opinion of the book. #Pages: Get It Now: Wordery As always, I’ll try to review without giving away any major spoilers! I’m on a Dystopian binge at the minute and I really enjoyed this book. Fearless is a series of teen novels written by American author Francine Pascal, creator of the Sweet Valley High franchise. The first book in the series, Fearless, was published in through Simon Pulse and concluded in with the 36th entry, Gone. A spinoff series, Fearless FBI was launched in The first book in the primary series, Fearless, was named one of YALSA's Author: Francine Pascal. So, a book with a very pretty cover showed up at my door unannounced. It shouted A Girl Undone at me from that cover, and enticed me to read it. Alas, what this book didn't tell me was that it was a sequel in disguise. So, of course, I dutifully went to the library and checked out the first book in this series, A Girl Called Fearless. I was /5(4).