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Fearless Paperback – 4 Jun 2007
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About the Author
Tim Lott has written many books for adults including White City Blue (winner of the Whitbread First Novel Award), Rumours of a Hurricane (shortlisted for the Whitbread Novel Award), The Love Secrets of Don Juan, The Seymour Tapes and The Scent of Dried Roses (winner of the J. R. Ackerley Prize). Fearless is his first novel for children. Tim lives in north-west London with his partner and three daughters.
Top Customer Reviews
however , i was dissapointed to see that tim lott only written this book for teenagers ... i really hope that we get more from this author in the future!
Parallels of our own society are evident in Lott's version of dystopia. The terrorist Oroborous whom the Establishment would never declare dead or captured as to do so would rob it of the bogeyman keeping Cityzens afraid. The stupefying of the masses with cheap game shows and endless sports programmes.
Tim Lott writes simply but brilliantly, no flowery or overwrought prose here. Little Fearless and her friends (and enemies) are wonderfully drawn and stick in the mind.
This is one book I won't be donating to Oxfam!
Set in a 'care home' where the girls are forced to do laundry for the city that thinks they're in safe hands, this book describes he colourful characters who reside there, and the feuds between the girls.
A ruthless boss, and a young girl who really lives up to her name, Fearless. This really is a captivating tale of Courage.
which is in fact more like a prison in the olden days
the political characters are protrayed much-like the politicians of today, with much 'spin', untruths and ridiculous slogans and principles that are in position to suppress dissent ('good words make history, bad words make misery').
so its good in that its very believable and realistic of the looming future, definately worth the read
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I read a lot of books but this is definitely one of the best books I have ever read. If not, the best. Read morePublished on 6 July 2014 by Lile Cornwell
A book for children and adults. A fable a dark fairy tale. Part 1984 part Annie. It's stays with youPublished on 11 Mar. 2014 by Kathryn Williams
Books purchased for LRC (Library) at school and as far as i am aware are all ok with no problems.Published on 13 Mar. 2012 by no
I really enjoyed this book. The prose was simple but the characters believable and Little Fearless draws you in. Read morePublished on 10 Aug. 2010 by Paula Pernickity