A Brighter Fear (English Edition) eBook: Kerry Drewery
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I loved Lina and am glad I had the chance to read about such a memorable main character.Please tell me a little bit about yourself and your career. Certainly not, for I believe this is the only Young Adult novel set in Iraq and that in itself makes it important.There are, however, a few things I greatly admire. Blaupause We see manifestations of societal fears everyday, and daily news reports on the latest household danger or raised terror threat level continually stoke our sense of impending doom. Her mother, taken 3 years before, is not around, and her father has to join them for a job, seeing as they are Christians.
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The city she loves is now being ruined by bombs. Her mother, a successful lawyer, has disappeared four years earlier, taken on her way home from work, never to be seen or heard from again. Lassoed - mit dem Lasso gefangen However, a very good read, and I still recommend it! Ein Bar im Betstuhl An incisive and thought-provoking meditation, A Philosophy of Fear pulls back the curtain that shrouds dangers imagined and real, forcing us to confront our fears and why we hold to them.
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Time and time again I found myself reading sections out loud, feeling the words on my tongue and picking up on the inherent rhythms of the text.Every word she says has the sensation of being very deliberately chosen for this point in time. I recommend this book to schools and to readers, both young and old. In some ways Lina is a typical teenager - the tragedy is seeing her time of freedom as a teenager taken away.
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A powerful novel that, despite its harrowing subject matter, has hope at its heart "Dr.Your books, A Brighter Fear and A Dream of Lights, deal with difficult, upsetting, and often tough subject matters. Lina is living with her father, a university professor, and dreaming about becoming an architect. I returned to uni, got a first class honours degree in Professional Writing and wrote another novel on the course.