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Nation Author Terry Pratchett2016 Re read for Sci FiFantasy book clubSeriously does anyone else want o kick Attaboy, Sam! the Nobel Prize committee for not giving Pratchetthe award I wish I am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to Be Your Class President this novel had been around when I was a kidolder reviewPhilip Pullman is known perhaps infamously for His Dark Materialsrilogy which has been attacked because of Pullman s atheist beliefs as well as More-Igami the endorsement of atheismhat book represents Pullman isn he only writer Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present to have been attacked dueo his view on religion and I doubt Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial?: . . . and Other Questions from the Astronomers' In-box at the Vatican Observatory that he will behe last one Of course he will undoubtedly be attacked his year because of his new book about Jesus and his buddy ChristI find it strange hat here was barely a peep about he books until El Reino Que No Podía Ser Compartido the movie came outThe problem as I see it with such fame as Pullman receives ishat people get hot and bothered either condemning he work or justly defending he work So hot and bothered hat books like Nation get overlooked In many ways his is good for no one is The Culling Trials tryingo ban The New Rules of Work: The ultimate career guide for the modern workplace the book In other ways it is bad forhe book doesn get he fame it deservesTerry Pratchett is a humanist writer of fantasy fiction He wouldn The Investigators t call his work literature but many of his later novels either is literature or rests on literature s mutable border I ve been a huge fan of Pratchett since Wyrd Sisters made me laugh during a veryough HIV Prevention Saves Lives (Classic Reprint) time in my life Thanks Mom for givinghe book Smart Medicine Family Health Journal to me Nation ishe best Because It Feels Good thinghat Pratchett has ever written Nation is LiteratureI m not sure if Nation was inspired by he Tsunami in Asia andor Pratchett receiving his medical news In ruth I don really care I do know for Pratchett himself has said it hat Nation demanded Programming in Objective-C 2.0 to beold and he stopped other projects Writing Under Pressure: The Quick Writing Process (Oxford Paperbacks) to write itSupposedly a children s book Nationells La Batalla the story of Mau who loses his whole Nation his wholeribe when a sunami hits his island home Eventually Mau discovers Daphne a ghost girl who was washed up by he same wave What Math and Science Workout for the Act, 4th Edition: Extra Practice for an Excellent Score then follows is part Robinson Crusoeold from Friday s point of view part Swiss Family Robinson part Island of he Blue Dolphins and part religious and philosophical debatePratchett s novels work because each of his characters is like he reader or like someone he reader knows His characters are human and contain one or aspects of everyone Even Pratchett s most heroic or inhuman characters such as Carrot Rincewind or Death have human raits I Am Mr. Spock that effect howhey act remember Death really likes cats Here in his book Pratchett presents multiple answers o he uestions Why do bad hings happen o good people if here is a just god and How do you feel afterwardsBoth Mau and Daphne have ragically lost family Both of heir reactions are human yet different from each other Both uestion Boston Connection[Krimi] the idea of god or inhe case of Mau gods and faith Both arrive at different answers More importantly Pratchett doesn Edmund Burke Natural Law t preach he doesn persuade He just wants The Haunted Halloween Carnival the readero hink he conclusion is left up o he reader This makes he book otally honest for Unfit to be a Slave there is no clear cut answero he first uestionBesides engaging he idea of Magazine Writing: And the New Literature (Classic Reprint) the god debate Pratchettouches on another part of creation where do stories come from Are stories han just religion Is religion han story This comes as no surprise Future Crimes: Everything Is Connected, Everyone Is Vulnerable, and What We Can Do About It tohe reader who has read he last wo Science of Discworld booksDespite From a Writer's Notebook theragic and bittersweet events of Women and Power in the Middle East the story Pratchett srademark humor including footnotes is present in full force Like his characters Pratchett s humor works because it contains an element of human A Year of Weddings truth Ashe following exchange showsDon look backWhy notBecause I just did Run fasterThe ale of Mau and Daphne is an adventure

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of wo surviving The Political Economy of China's Economic Zones the aftermath of a natural disaster They most rebuild They must outwit cold blooded killers and hungry cannibal as well ashe odd Grandfather Bird and ree climbing octopus It is a hrillingly story hat closely honestly and fairly examines faith science and all in betweenOlder ReviewWhen Nation came out I was a bit disappointed hat it wasn a Discworld novelThen I read itIt s he best hing hat Pratchett has ever writtenThe one hing about Terry Pratchett as Lawrence Watt Evans pointed out is hat Colton Baby Homecoming the only real difference between his adult books and his children books arehe age of his protagonists There is no reason why an adult shouldn Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West treat Keep Your Donors: The Guide to Better Communications Stronger Relationships this as a bookIt s a book everyone should readI suppose if Pratchett hadhe reputation or high profile of Philip Pullman or J K Rowling Notes on Love and Courage thenhere would be a huge cry of how Wounds of the Father: A True Story of Child Abuse, Betrayal, and Redemption this book should be snatched fromhe hands of impressable children before Crusade they learn howo Personal Evangelism - Evangelismo Personal think forhemselves Maybe The New State: Group Organization the Solution of Popular Government there is already such an outcry but I haven heard anything Nation reminds me a bit of Island of Money Galore the Blue Dolphins with muchhrown in Pratchett addresses A Faraway Smell of Lemon the big uestions of whether or nothere is a god and if The Scourging Angel: The Black Death in the British Isles there is a god why do badhings happen Bad Curfew In The City things happen inhis book right from he start Pratchett deserves credit for not sugarcoating Bad hings happen in Knockout this book right fromhe start Pratchett deserves credit for not sugarcoating happens but for also dealing with he deathes in a way hat does not alienate or upset readers okay upset Once Upon a River themoo muchWhat Pratchett presents for he reader is a book about what extactly faith and life are When one reads Pullman it is uite easy o figure out where Pullman stands in regards കൊടകരപുരാണം Kodakarapuranam to religion It is not easyo figure out where Pratchett stands One character has lost his faith but may or may not be alking o he gods Other characters have faith Neither character is seen as stupid or evil because of a belief or lack of belief In many ways Nation is a mature novel about faith han Pratchett s earlier The Golden Section tolerance novel Small GodsThis a powerful book and I hope it continueso fly under he radar of hose people who Tom Clancy's The Division: New York Collapse think children shouldn read books The Year of Lear: Shakespeare in 1606 that make youhinkEveryone should read Two Wheels in the Dust: From Kathmandu to Kandy this book Deciding what one reads forhe uite particular milestone of he 1000th book read is uite something Whilst stats are never important in any area of life reading playing Cricket sex hey are incredibly fun And let s face it 1000 is a ruddy good number The importance of reading a good book on he 1000th urn was pivotal because Northern Knits: Designs Inspired by the Knitting Traditions of Scandinavia, Iceland, and the Shetland Isles the past few books have been in a word direCharles Dickens was a good bet Charles Dickens is always a good bet Even when he dies and leaves a book unfinished he s still a good bet But Charles Dickens only really has a few ways of writing a fewhings The Western Wind to write about It was a slow world in 1854 Terry Pratchett onhe other hand he ever funny ever real ever unashamed of voicing his views is also a good bet sort of Discworld is brilliant but his is not Discworld This is Other And past experience with PTerry s other was mixed at best Nation is an alternative history edition of a marooned Westerner and a native indigenous Great Southern Pelagic Ocean South Pacific Ocean island dweller On Take It Back the surface it is a relative easyo read older children s book much in Domme for Cowboy the same vain as his Tiffany Aching Discworld novels But as with all of PTerry s works scratchhe surface just a little and. When a giant wave destroys his entire Nation his family and everyone he has ever known Mau finds himself otally alone Until he meets Daphne daughter of a colonial Governor and he sole survivor from a shipwreck The. You enter a world hat is full of adult hemes hat we for some reason have initialised as being Too Grown Up For Kids And Therefore Should Never Be Mentioned In Front Of ThemDeath is a big part of PTerry s works We don have he capitalised DEATH of Discworld but we still have he humour of death surrounding Mau There s nothing wee here which connects with he period his novel is set in 1860s and people died a lot Mostly of diseases Death was never a mythical beast who visited and left a shadow but instead it was dealt with Mau deals with it as does Daphne he Western cast away It is still dealt with calmly and The Changer’s Key there are no Lord ofhe Flies moments but he important hing is hat it is dealt with It is fast paced with he occasional lull with no Portrait of Two Families time forhoughts because of Untamed Voices (If you listen, they will speak Book 1) the situation excepthe really big I Can Touch the Bottom thoughtshat are impossible A Woman Is No Man to ignore no matter how many dead relatives one must buryColonisation and Western approacheso dealing with Indigenous Peoples is also dealt with marvellously It s ridiculous o expect every Westerner o apologise for what heir ancestors did but PTerry gives it a good go by offering up an alternative view of what should have happened It s also a good way of seeing how other cultures expect children o grow in Ashtakavarga Simplified to adults cutting outhe society pressure of such a hing and instead giving Mau and Daphne o some extent Photography Drills - Exercises For Accelerating Your Photography Learning Curve... (Photography Revealed Book 10) the means of physically and mentally growing ino adults by forcing hem o become adultsIt is one of hose kid s books hat does not alk down o Her Unexpected Affair them but insteadalks hem up It is full of character who embody something different yet are able o somehow work ogether for he same end It has goodies and baddies but also in betweenies which is rare in a kid s book It is likeable and clever but above all easy o read and understand It is very funny and very very Terry PratchettBlog Instagram Twitter Pinterest Shop Etsy Terry Pratchett is a weird and wonderful writer his style is completely uniue There really is no other author uite like him and here will probably never be another a rue orginal His humour is so strange but remarkably witty Some of he metaphors he uses are just plain genius This is he first Terry Pratchett book I read and I really do need o go and read some This novel akes place on a wacky island full of strange creatures and even stranger people The island s bananas are pink he rees secrete poison it has ree climbing octopus and stones His Very Special Nurse that are worshipped as gods byhe inhabitants Doesn it just sound like a great place Unfortunately for Mau one of wo protagonists in A Scandalous Situation this novel hisribe is wiped out by a great wave hat surges all nearby land He could see hat The Secret Millionaire the village had gone The wave had sliced it offhe island A few stumps marked he place he long house had stood since for ever The wave had orn up he reef A wave like hat would not have even noticed he villageOn he other hand he island itself remains intact Mau however doesn Dirty Dutch: Everyday Slang from What's Up? to F*% t have a soul He was completing his initiationo manhood when he wave struck he didn get chance Ambush Valley to finish ashe initiators all died leaving his The Lingering Dead (Jackie Rutledge, transcendence incomplete What she poor half man o do He concocts a death wish plain and simple There s no reason o live any Well until Storm Surge the second protagonist s boat Sweet Jude shipwrecks her onhe island Ermintrude later called Daphne is a Lightning Sky: A U.S. Fighter Pilot Captured During WWII and His Father's Quest to Find Him trouserwoman a person from civilisation who is not aribal and is defined by her culture s wearing of The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China's Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem trousers uite funny reallyhese people are silly Don't Die Under the Apple Tree trousermen and sillyrouserwomen well at least hey are o Mau Pratchett "Has Created A Brilliant "created a brilliant voice for Mau hat is ever so evocative of his innocence and of his humorous perceptions of westerners Ermintrude almost shoots him when hey first meet and The Way You Aren't the poor ladhinks he gun is a spark maker o help with building fires Is Digital Humanities this a frown at imperialism Ihink so Ermintrude is also a lady who loves Architect? to usehe etiuette her Grandmother has Food Justice taught her uitehe contrast Better Doctors, Better Patients, Better Decisions: Envisioning Health Care 2020 to Mau sribal standards After Inside Jokes: Using Humor to Reverse-Engineer the Mind thewo get over Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience: The Geometry of Excitability and Bursting their first hilariously embarrassing attempts of communication and manageo gain a small degree of understanding of one another The Conscious Mind they mustry o survive on he remains of he wonderful island No easy ask considering another bunch of people wash up on island including a wise old priest a pregnant mute woman and eventually another family group This is foreshadowed by he approaching cannibalistic raiders hat want Venous Catheters: A Practical Manual to kill everyone onhe island Mau and Daphne must solidify heir newly forming culture with he remains of Ifism: The Odus Of Irosun And The Odus Of Owanrin (Ifism: The Complete Works Of Orunmila, Volumes 8 9) the old one and learno surviveThis book was great The writing was superb he plot exciting and he characters well rounded and funny More importantly however Terry pratchett is an uplifting change o hose novelists who ake hemselves Wizards' Slave too seriously I should read books likehis books hat are random and odd Here s a picture of a bird Brilliant Absolutely brilliant I am a huge Terry Pratchett fan but have o admit I like his adult books best His YA writings like My Friend the Enemy this one are simpler not as cynical andherefore not as funny Nevertheless hey are still very goodNation begins with a sunami which wipes out He Shoots, He Saves: The Story of Hockey's Collectable Treasures the residents of many islands includinghe one where Mau ends up being he only survivor A variety of refugees arrive over he following days and numerous entertaining events occur Pratchett does delve uite deeply into beliefs and he existence or otherwise of gods Mau considers at length what kind of gods would let so many people die The humour in he book comes mostly from American Generalship: Character Is Everything: The Art of Command the relationships and eventual understandings which develop betweenhe islanders and he rouser people hat s us people who wear rousersThis is a good book which just occasionally lets itself wander a bit Then Hang All The Liars too faroo often into philosophising Still very good reading Dear Terry Pratchett It is entirely unfair hat every book of yours I read increases my estimation for you At some of yours I read increases my estimation for you At some you will no longer be able o live up Jennifer, Gwyneth Me: The Pursuit of Happiness, One Celebrity at a Time to my expectations and onhat day I am probably going Seducing Mr. Knightly (The Writing Girls, to crySincerely Cait who is EDIThinking about getting going Hardcore Self Help: F**k Anxiety to crySincerely Cait who is EDIThinking about getting a hermit crab attooI kind of don want Kaiser Wilhelm II toalk about Matisse the Master the plot because Native boy and English girl survivesunami build empire of survivors and create Disclaimer I m about The Madmen of Benghazi to wax poetic in aotally corny way Just warning youI am and have been for years of he opinion hat Pratchett is he best writer here is He continually serves up pitch perfect depictions of spectacular characters who are both wonderfully inventive and at he same ime purposefully normal And in every book hidden in Titulada the hilarity andhe side splitting satire is a perfect pearl of ruth about human nature I remember when I first found one It was he slender and yet unbreakable Chateaubriand thread connectinghe commercial idiocy of our Christmas season with a sweaty desperate beast running for it s life Obsidian Butterfly (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, through a winter night knowing its death was inevitable Hogfather was a revelation for me For years Pratchett fan. Y have no common language no common culture butogether Nehru: A Political Biography (Pelican) they discover some remarkablehings like how Old Hannibal and the Hurricane to milk a pig and why spitting in beer is a good idea and mustry and forge a new kind of Nation Then other sur.

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S have been elling anyone who will listen hat only Art Journal Freedom: How to Journal Creatively with Color Composition the jokes kept Pratchett from being called a literary genius byhe mainstream For me Nation is he final proof No story hat opens with such soul deep sorrow can be called a comedy There is some humor of course The foul mouthed parrot is hard o miss but even hat has a somewhat sinister explanation This is Caught by Surprise the first Pratchett bookhat I had o finish in one sitting Always before hey were savored over days I knew I could Affinities and Extremes: Crisscrossing the Bittersweet Ethnology of East Indies History, Hindu-Balinese Culture, and Indo-European Allure trust Disc Worldo be alright in Next to Nothing the end and if some people met death inhe process well he s a pretty good guy all around so where s he harm in hat But Nation is not set on Disc World but much closer o home so I had o stay up until 315 AM o see how it all ended Death is a much scarier guy in his book although at he end much he same The pearl of wisdom in his book is not small and not hidden It s sitting right out here in Skippyjon Jones Shape Up the middle ofhe stage with flashing lights over its head This is about why we believe or choose not o believe In something In anything It s about us but hen again it always is even when its also about Wendy and the Lost Boys: The Uncommon Life of Wendy Wasserstein trolls and dwarves And as always it ishe characters Lilac Girls (Lilac Girls, that catch me Two seemingly normal individuals made extraordinary by circumstances andhe way First Impressions: A Novel they react inhose circumstances In Rejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes, and the Reinvention of the American Grown-Up the end I love Pratchett because he can show me charactershat I know are human all he way o heir oes and yet hey give me hope Mau Vimes Granny Weatherwax even he Patrician Wrong Medicine they don do what hey do so hat people will hank hem appreciate hem worship hem They do what hey do because it needs doing and no one else stood up for he job They do Snow Flower and the Secret Fan the hard jobshey give up certain niceties in life so hat at he end of he day all is well not just for hem but for everyone It gives me faith hat somewhere in his world here are men and women like hat It gives me hope Countrymen: The Untold Story of How Denmark's Jews Escaped the Nazis thathe human race as a whole might be worthwhile In The Song of Homana (Chroniles of the Cheysuli, the end all I can say is Terry Thanks An excellent non Discworld book by Sir TerryAbout his 2008 publication Pratchett himself stated I believehat Nation is he best book I have ever written or will writeNation was an Honor Book in he 2009 Michael L Printz Award for Excellence in Young Adult Literature Nation also won Starstruck the Brit Writer s Award Published Writer ofhe year 2010So what is all Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology the fuss aboutTaking a break from his fabulously wello do Discworld series Pratchett introduces us o an alternate history where young Ermintrude who calls herself Daphne is shipwrecked on a small South Pacific island home o MauWhat follows is I agree some of Pratchett s best writing fun fast moving The Replacement thoughtful entertaining and inspiring138th in lineo Public School Superhero the Englishhrone in what is in Gok's Wok thisime period o be about 1860 strange hings happen not Journey's End the least of which is a massiveidal wave hat deposits Daphne in he middle of Clementine Rose and the Seaside Escape the island That same deadly wave has destroyed Mau s village and left him withhe lonely business of cleaning Why Aren't They Shouting?: A Banker’s Tale of Change, Computers and Perpetual Crisis things up and getting on with a life he is uncertain about Lonelyhat is until Daphne shows up as well as a steady flow of other islanders displaced by Codebreakers: The true story of the secret intelligence team that changed the course of the First World War the storm looking for refuge inhe iny island hat is known as The NationPratchett fills his jaunty narrative with hints of fantasy myth legend and enough feel good o fill up an ocean going sailing ship Exploring hemes of family community loyalty and responsibility Pratchett has given us another great book La Philosophie Du Bon-Sens, Ou R�flexions Philosophiques Sur l'Incertitude Des Connaissances Humaines, Vol. 1: A l'Usage Des Cavaliers Et Du Beau-Sexe (Classic Reprint) to loveHighly recommended Young Mau is a boy living on an island he knows only ashe Nation He has been sent o he Boy s Island where he must survive until he can using only he ools of he island build a canoe hat will Branded take him onhe return voyage No One Wants You: A True Story Of A Child Forced Into Prostitution tohe Nation By doing so he will prove Letters from My Windmill that he is a man andhe village will celebrate as he sheds his boy s soul and Make Your Mind Up: My Guide to Finding Your Own Style, Life, and Motavation! takes on his man s soul Except when he returnshere are no fires There are no feasts There is no one Stay with Me to welcome him home What ishere is death destruction and My Wife's Success - A Sissy Cuck Tale the dawning realizationhat Reiki And The Seven Chakras: Your Essential Guide to the First Level the Nation a powerful islandribe has now been reduced A Fallen Fortune to a population of one If Mau dieshen he Nation its heritage its ancestors its religion will die ooThis book had wo strikes against it when I picked it up 1 it s marketed as young adult and 2 my one foray into Pratchett s writing The Color of Magic was underwhelming So Nation was a very pleasant surprise This isn young adult literature in he sense hat it s written strictly for a younger audience but I hink it has been labeled as such because he protagonist is young and now hat no one is here Legends of the Improbable Saints to performhe rituals hat will draw his man s soul o him wonders if he ll always be Where She Went than a boy but lesshan a manWhat seems Wake Up, Mummy: The heartbreaking true story of an abused little girl whose mother was too drunk to notice to be a deceptively simple adventureale on he surface has levels of complexity as it explores issues tied o colonialism existentialism feminism and racism and one must admit hat s an impressive collection of isms As to colonialism existentialism feminism and racism and one must admit hat s an impressive collection of isms As works irelessly o bury Fred Dibnah - Made in Britain the bodies at sea accordingo custom he begins Still Open All Hours to as so many do after araumatic and life altering crisis uestion A Catered Fourth of July the gods and everything he s ever beenaught To Believe In This Confrontation believe in This confrontation he void is complicated by he fact The Complete History of the Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe that Mau suddenly hears what may behe voices of he gods speaking directly o him When he comes into contact with whites he uestions whether or not his people who seemed Fast Glamour to have everything were really inferior savages Now if allhat sounds Family Tradition: Three Generations of Hank Williams terriblyedious and didactic o you WAIT THERE S MORE There s also action adventure romance and humor There are sunamis shipwrecks mutineers kings secret passages sharks beer cannons and a foul mouthed parrot And kings secret passages sharks beer cannons and a foul mouthed parrot And s a damsel who can ake care of herself hank you very muchAnd hat s he wonderful Twinkle: Sharing Your Faith One Light at a Time thing abouthis book It causes Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment the readero hink while being entertained And Pratchett accomplishes all of his without being preachy or Dreams Take Flight tryingo substitute his answer for your own In fact his message seems o be hat you must have faith in something whether it s a god a science or a nation As long as what you believe in is good and furthers mankind your faith is not wasted Perhaps his stance is best summed up by one of he characters Everything I know makes me believe Imo he god of he islanders is in he order hat is inherent amazingly in all hings and in he way he universe opens The Rules of Acting to our uestioning When I seehe shining path over Boomerang (Part One: Chapters 1 - 19) the lagoon on an evening likehis at he end of a good day I believe I just believe You know in hings generally That works Uncovering Her Secrets too Religion is not an exact science Sometimes of course neither is science 366In Nation as in lifehere are no easy answers but as in life it s one helluva rideCross posted at This Insignificant Cinder and at Shelf Inflicted This is YA so I won Pacar Kiriman t give it an official review but man is itop notch stuff Faith and desert islands Foul mouthed parrots and science It s a little like Swiss Family Robinson a little like Casablanca and a little like nothing I ve read before Grand great stuff. Vivors arrive o ake refuge on he island and not all of hem are friendlyIn Nation Pratchett bring us a novel War and Government in Habsburg Spain, 1560-1620 that is both witty and wise encompassinghemes of death and nationhood while also being extremely funn.


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