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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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. MissyAnn Sep 28, In the depths of a reservoir lives a monstrous creature. His relationship with this monstrous creature of the deep is brilliantly told and full of intrigue and suspense and the secrets he keeps are cleverly revealed to keep you on the edge of your seat throughout.
Now that he is leaving his foster home, he’s got to do something with the Beast. Published September 1st by Push first published Probably wouldn’t listen to it again though. What he thinks is his little secret isn’t so much.
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Felt so much for Stephen. JRlibrary Apr 20, Read an Extract Compare Prices. 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.
Its existence is unknown to anyone except the teenage boy who feeds it. He’s always in trouble or on his way to trouble.
But all the build up of this fantastic beast that made it sound mythical or magical kind of took away from the actual exciting and interesting bits of kenneb crocodile managing to survive in England. I wish I’d read this excellent book a year ago!
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Now it’s Stephen’s responsibility to track down the crocodile. And I find the ending both sad and happy. Add to Your books. But i guss beaat would of been pretty scary knowing that a alligtor lives by you. I enjoyed it very much.
He has moved from family to family, all the time guarding a great secret. I loved how most of the characters developed throughout the book. Stephen, our main character, has experienced a rough up bringing and is not comfortable at his current foster home.
No woman has ever beaten Ally in an arm wrestle. The farm was a foster home to many children and teenagers. All these elements brew together to create a somewhat gruesome but still compelling metaphorical story, sort of like a train wreck you can’t look away from. The POV is first-person, present tense, speaking to an undefined “you.
But he still gets letters by Lenny from America. Santa’s High-tech Christmas Mike Dumbleton.
What will happen then is his darkest nightmare, with the English countryside becoming a hunting ground, innocent people slaughtered, and himself stalked across the country and finally devoured by the monster kenenn has created. His encounter with and care for the growing Beast kkennen to have provided the neglected Stephen with some maturity, with an experience of what it is to be responsible for a child: I’ve read beast and berserk and i love them.
I thought it was kinda sad how his life was had to be in a foster care his whole life and dint get to see his real parents as much as i do.