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Todd Hewitt Is The Only Boy In A Town Of Men Ever Since The Settlers Were Infected With The Noise Germ, Todd Can Hear Everything The Men Think, And They Hear Everything He Thinks Todd Is Just A Month Away From Becoming A Man, But In The Midst Of The Cacophony, He Knows That The Town Is Hiding Something From Him Something So Awful Todd Is Forced To Flee With Only His Dog, Whose Simple, Loyal Voice He Hears Too With Hostile Men From The Town In Pursuit, The Two Stumble Upon A Strange And Eerily Silent Creature A Girl Who Is She Why Wasn T She Killed By The Germ Like All The Females On New World Propelled By Todd S Gritty Narration, Readers Are In For A White Knuckle Journey In Which A Boy On The Cusp Of Manhood Must Unlearn Everything He Knows In Order To Figure Out Who He Truly Is The Knife of Never Letting Go


About the Author: Patrick Ness

Patrick Ness, an award winning novelist, has written for England s Radio 4 and Sunday Telegraph and is a literary critic for The Guardian He has written many books, including the Chaos Walking Trilogy, The Crash of Hennington, Topics About Which I Know Nothing, and A Monster Calls He has won numerous awards, including the Guardian Children s Fiction Prize, the Booktrust Teenage Prize, and the Co



10 thoughts on “The Knife of Never Letting Go

  1. says:

    Knowledge is dangerous and men lie and the world changes, whether I want it to or not Every once in a while I find myself back on the Goodreads page of a book I read and adored a few years ago I see the cover and remember first holding it in my hands and not knowing I was in for a magical experience My eyes scan the description and I get goosebumps as I m taken back into the story, feeling echoes of the emotion


  2. says:

    i have 2,410 friends on goodreads.com.199 of them have this book on their shelves.of that number, only 28 have read it.to the other 171 of you, i say WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR and you can see i am serious about this, because i have done math in order to convince you and i know, i know there are a lot of books in the world, most of us are mortal, who has the time, etc i myself had all three of the books in this trilogy


  3. says:

    Things that didn t bother me The grammar and misspellings normally this would bother me, but I quickly got used to it, so I don t fault him there.The swearing you will notice from my status updates that I don t mind a well placed curse.The violence I play violent video games, watch violent movies, and I don t mind violence in books when it makes sense The cliffhanger maybe if I didn t have a copy of the second book on h


  4. says:

    3.5 starsForever crying because Todd


  5. says:

    3.5 5 Read for my young adult literature class.


  6. says:

    Boy oh boy I can t remember the last time I felt so simultaneously positive and negative about a book Hence the three stars, averaging everything out Just realized that I reviewed this at my blog but not here Here s the cut n paste This review will, by necessity, have lots of spoilers, because the things I liked and disliked are very specific Insofar as I can give you something spoiler free, here goes I love the concept the worl


  7. says:

    i have never considered myself a maternal person it takes effort for me to be around babies and children i have always been told its different when its your own kid they couldnt be wrong all it took was a young boy named todd, his dog, and how his love became the loudest sound in a world that is never silent i would literally do anything for todd, my precious son i felt like such an overprotective, yet proud, parent throughout t


  8. says:

    READ 2 March 2018 Okay I admit, I admit, I read this book 4 freaking years ago and couldn t go on because it traumatised me that much But here I am, actually going to finish this trilogy unless I throw it off a cliff Peoples, it s a good series It s good I ACTUALLY HATE IT THOUGH insert me sobbing wretchedly Honestly this has the character death that I think has affected me most, and I ve read a lot of books ok.Ugh I hate it And I lov


  9. says:

    Reread 5 stars, of course Initial review Perfect Just perfect Complete work of art Everyone should read it and bless their sights with its glorious pages I have nothing else to say.


  10. says:

    Some books make you confused Conflicted Did you really like them Can you recommend them Would you read them again And you sigh, sigh, sigh.The Knife of Never Letting Go is not this kind of book Hey, I m not afraid to say that it was insta love for me Does it make me a NA heroine You tell me I read 3 or 4 pages and I was like, Oh My I m gonna love this book Yep But perhaps you want to know why How could I move from pretty rational reader


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