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    READ EBOOK Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson – thetributepages.co.uk 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

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    READ EBOOK Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson – thetributepages.co.uk My discovery of Laurie Halse Anderson’s Chains came at the best possible time I had recently read and reviewed Steve Sheinkin’s King George What Was His Problem? a book that looks at the stories behind the American Revolution that they don’t teach you in school I enjoyed the title thoroughly but one point had me baffled Why on earth did American slaves fight or aid the Revolution when Britain was anti

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    Laurie Halse Anderson Ð 0 Read READ EBOOK Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson – thetributepages.co.uk That the uestion was not whether by a declaration of independence we should make ourselves what we are not; but

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    READ EBOOK Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson – thetributepages.co.uk 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

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    review Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson READ EBOOK Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson – thetributepages.co.uk 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 o

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Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson

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H 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
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the Locktons a loyal couple the girls are moved to New York As Ruth has some issues its Isabel that does most of the heavy work When she meets Curzon the slave boy of a patriot household he encourages her to spy on her masters At irst he encourages her to spy on her masters At irst is reluctant but when Madam Lockton does the inconceivable to Ruth she decides to act Isabel wants the reedom she was promised and she will not stop until she gets itIts been a while since I read a Laurie Halse Anderson book I read Speak a ew years back so her writting style was somewhat Secrets of the Tycoons Bride (The Garrisons, familiar to me In Chains Anderson tells the story of thirteen year old Isabel Having been born into slavery she and her sisterortunately had an owner that decided to Samanthas Gift free them upon her death The nephew though had other ideas Instead ofreedom they were sold to a heartless couple with strong loyalists ties The American Revolution has just begun Curzon suspects that Lockton has vital information that can help the patriots defeat the loyalists Isabel just wants to take care of Ruth but then something happens that makes Isabel change her mind Heartbreaking and horrifying this resounding narrative was eye opening Isabel has no allegiance she is willing to aid whomever will grant Friscos Kid (Tall, Dark Dangerous freedom As theighting progresses so does Isabel s determination Aimed at a younger audience the descriptions of daily life Courting Miss Adelaide (Noblesville, Indiana, for Isabel were not overly graphic but still hard to swallow While slavery and theight A Convenient Wife forreedom are the main theme of the novel its Isabel s resileance that stands out Will be seeking the next in the series A Colton Target for sureThe historical background also plays a strong role in the narrative Most books I have read about slavery are set in the South New York is the primary setting and before the revolution it was a strongholdor the British and while its not as known or remarked about it too was a colony with slaves By 1776 one out of Love Isnt Enough five people was in bondage It raises the uestion of how could a nation beighting a war Prodigal Prince Charming forreedom and liberty when they held slaves at home Its a Task Force Bride fine line between irony and hypocrisy The loyalists sided with the crown while the patriots withreedom Slaves were pawns Promised A Soldiers Family (Wings of Refuge, freedom by the British thousands of slavesled to the loyalist side but most did menial jobs The motivation of the British in offering Desejo Indomado (To Tame A Playboy, freedomor the slaves were twofold strengthen their army and weaken the American economy but it was not done Dangerously Attractive (Harlequin Intrigue from a moral place The good vs bad story here is uite complex as neitheraction is blameless This was an angle of the American Revolution I had not really thought about and I am glad Anderson shone a spotlight on it Laurie Halse Anderson always writes well My heart was in my mouth all the way Sal is wonderful and Mistress feisty trying toind 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. Ealizes her loyalty is available to the bidder who can provide her with reedomFrom 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 spiritual7 Compact Discs 8 hour. Riots and the Loyalists starting just a month before the new *Americans officially declare their IndependenceMs Anderson does uite a brilliant job *officially declare their IndependenceMs Anderson does uite a brilliant job of giving readers the opportunity to connect with Isabel the young slave and main protagonist to personalize a character in chains with a nation in chainsAlso the author creates a clever juxtaposition that provides much critical thinking why would a slave care to take a side in the emancipation of a people that does not include her own personal reedomThis read inspired many meaningful conversations between my daughter and me and we will definitely be continuing Isabel s journey with her in what has now become a trilogy Neither of us can resist her pursuit of A Ranchers Redemption freedom Everything that stands between you andreedom is the river Jordan It s taken me A Doctor, a Nurse, a Christmas Baby 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 Iound it rather ho hum Perhaps reading all the positive reviews of this book got my expectations up too highMy main complaint is that the protagonist Isabel doesn t come as a believable 18th century character to Me It S The It s the problem I with Catherine Called Birdy a girl in that time and place may have had those thoughts but would she have said them To people who have power over her It also seems odd that Isabel can read so well she secretly pours through Robinson Crusoe and later stumbles through Common Sense which would I think reuire a lot of practice in the act of reading How likely is it that a slave girl raised in rural Rhode Island in the 1770s would have been given such an opportunit But Anderson gives us little information regarding Isabel s life before the Locktons so I can only guess that her previous owner spent an unusual amount of time educating her which seems unlikely especially since we are told that her A Mother in the Making former owner spent her last years in dottering senilityThis is just one example of how strange a character Isabel seemed to me like a 21st century girl in costume than a believable personrom her time and placeTo me being able to correctly portray not just the events and details of a historical period but its attitudes and ways of thinking is the most important aspect of historical Her Kind Of Cowboy fiction and probably the most difficult to portray It s often the gold standard by which I judge historicaliction Want examples of this well done Check out Katherine Paterson s Lyddie in which the protagonist is His Pregnant Christmas Princess forced to do backbreaking work under horrible conditions and when her superiors treat her poorly her reaction is to work all the harder to prove herself to them or Joan M Blos A Gathering of Days in which the protagonist concludes that it was unwise to give a homemade uilt to a starving runaway slave There I said it Now let me just get ready to duck the rotten tomatoes If an entire nation could seek itsreedom why not a girl And if a girl was to seek her Through the Language Glass freedom how could she do such aoolheaded thingIsabel and her little sister Ruth are promised their reedom upon the deat. The American Revolution and even less or 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 Private Arrangements (Forged of Steele, for invasion She is reluctant atirst but when the unthinkable happens to Ruth Isabel Oh i like lha much better when she is writing historical iction than when she is writing historical iction than when she is her girls with problems books not that this girl doesn t have problems she is a slave which trumps anorexia as ar 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 "one knows when the end of it all is this book be appropriate or younger readers i think it seems Less Focused On The Atrocities focused on the atrocities 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 iction i have been reading so Friendfluence faror this class yeah genius just looked at the back of the book to One Part Woman 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 extraood 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 Stranger food to deny yourself in this case slaves are denied personhood which must have a profound psychological toll it is an outsideorce saying you are nothing rather than an internal struggle am i making it worse i might be i mean no disrespect 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 Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis fact which already exists Thomas JeffersonThe author of Chains Laurie Halse Anderson is descendedrom many soldiers who ought in the American Revolution So am I I am literally a Daughter of the American RevolutionYet I know so little about itI have the basic acts and dates down but it s the Civil War that has always been my war I ve not only been nutty The English Spy (Gabriel Allon, for Abraham Lincoln my entire life I have always been cheered on by any storyrom that War that highlights the dissolution of slavery My people have always been abolitionists and I carry the To See Paris and Die fervor ofreedom or all enslaved people right on the surface of my heartSo when I learned that my daughter s 5th grade class was undertaking this middle grades historical iction I became interested This story combines one slave s story within the bigger battle between the Pat. As the Revolutionary War begins thirteen year old Isabel wages her own Mary Tudor fightforreedom Promised As Aventuras de Hornblower (Saga Hornblower freedom upon the death of their owner she and her sister Ruth in a cruel twist ofate become the property of a malicious New York City couple the Locktons who have no sympathy The Accidental Tourist for.