In the caged depths of an urban reservoir lives a monstrous creature. Its existence is unknown to anyone except the teenage boy who feeds it. Six years ago it. Beast. Ally Kennen, Author Push $ (p) ISBN The book’s central conflict revolves around the title beast, a crocodile given to. BEAST. by Ally Kennen. Age Range: 14 & up. BUY NOW FROM Captive in an iron cage near the local reservoir’s shore, the beast survives.
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Listened to the audiobook version kenndn this. However, the language used is simple, but lovely at the same time. But i guss it would of been pretty scary knowing that a alligtor lives by you.
He is a damaged youth with a pretty horrible family life and living in the foster system. Archived from the original on Another thing, I expected this book to take me about 2 days to read Wouldn’t it be cool to have a killer as penfriend?
I can only hope there will be al,y book on selby who sounds intreaging. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
His life in foster care, always bad, is getting worse, and he’s in trouble with the police. Berserk is a young adult novel by Ally Kennenpublished in Beasst just a vicious litle baby, it is now a powerful predator, big and hungry enough to break free from its rusting cage.
Loved every bit of it! If it wasn’t for the fact this was the only book Kenneen had at the time, I never would have finished it.
The characters feel real and the events seem plausible, despite the outlandish idea of a crocodile thriving in a cage in a reservoir in chilly England.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Hardcoverpages. Stephen is a boy with many secrets, and the Beast is the biggest. What can he do?
Children’s Book Review: Beast by Ally Kennen, Author Push $ (p) ISBN
Probably wouldn’t listen to it again though. Preview — Beast by Ally Kennen.
If you like slightly creepy and suspenseful- in that you don’t know how he’s going to resolve his very big, scaly problem- then you might like this for a quick weekend read. Stephen, the main character, starts the book wit I wish I’d read this excellent book a year ago! ISSN The magazine retains non-exclusive rights for this publication only, and to all formatting and layout; all other rights have been asserted by and remain with the individual authors and artists.
About Ally Kennen Ally Kennen comes from a proud lineage of bare-knuckle boxers, country vicars and French aristocracy. This book isn’t bad.
I immediately fell in love with her fantastic characters – she writes the most fun ‘troubled teenage boy’ stories I have all across – and having ripped through Bullet Boys I ordered her earlier books ‘Beast’, ‘Beserk’ and ‘Bedlam’.
And maybe one of the best parts, there isn’t a sqeezed in love interest that’s just there for the sake of it. References to this work on external resources.
Ally Kennen: Beast
Jul 23, Hannah Givens rated it really liked it Shelves: Add to Your books. Amazon Kindle 0 editions. When it grows too big to keep he takes it to a reservoir where he is able to imprison it in a large cage.
Check out the latest activities in our KidsZone. The only thing separating them is a rusty cage. Kennan takes an unrealistic situation and makes it not only realistic, but rather wonderful and hopeful. Instead of going “wow how is this surviving? It was an easy read and was interesting enough, I’m just not sure there was a point. His thoughts are up and down; he is trying to fight against becoming like his dad. It is his biggest secret — and also his biggest challenge. Big, dangerous, and close to escaping the cage in which it’s trapped.