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The dystopian phenomenon that’s snapped up the Carnegie Medal and the Costa and Booktrust prizes. An unflinching and brutal saga of mind-control, power and war. Todd Hewitt is the only boy left in Prentisstown. The only boy in a town of men. And the men can hear everything he thinks. And he can hear everything they think. In the constant, overwhelming Noise, there is no privacy. There are no secrets. Or are there? The men of the town have been lying to Todd. And now he has to run…

“Furiously paced, terrifying, exhilarating and heartbreaking.” Sunday Telegraph

“Remarkable… a triumph.” The Times

Product Details

Format

Paperback

Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Patrick Ness

132748 patrick ness 1 968114

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  1. John, Scholastic Staff
    on 24 February 2011

    Totally brilliant

    I absolutely love this trilogy – totally ground-breaking. If, like me, you think that pretty much every story has been told, then try this. The story of a planet where your thoughts are continuously broadcast twists and turns in such surprising directions that edge-of-your seat, game-changing cliffhangers almost become the norm. It’s bleak and heart-breaking at times too, so prepare yourself for an emotional journey. So totally brilliant that I want everyone to read it! (And one more thing: could this be the most unfilmable story ever? Read it and you’ll see what I mean!)

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