Feral Youth #2020

Feral Youth By Shaun David Hutchinson Brandy Colbert Suzanne Young Tim Floreen Justina Ireland Alaya Dawn Johnson Stephanie Kuehn E.C. Myers Feral Youth At Zeppelin Bend an outdoor education program designed to teach troubled youth the value of hard work cooperation and compassion ten teens are left alone in the wild The teens are a diverse group

  • Title: Feral Youth
  • Author: Shaun David Hutchinson Brandy Colbert Suzanne Young Tim Floreen Justina Ireland Alaya Dawn Johnson Stephanie Kuehn E.C. Myers
  • ISBN: 9781481491112
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Feral Youth By Shaun David Hutchinson Brandy Colbert Suzanne Young Tim Floreen Justina Ireland Alaya Dawn Johnson Stephanie Kuehn E.C. Myers At Zeppelin Bend, an outdoor education program designed to teach troubled youth the value of hard work, cooperation, and compassion, ten teens are left alone in the wild The teens are a diverse group who come from all walks of life, and they were all sent to Zeppelin Bend as a last chance to get them to turn their lives around They ve just spent nearly two weeks learningAt Zeppelin Bend, an outdoor education program designed to teach troubled youth the value of hard work, cooperation, and compassion, ten teens are left alone in the wild The teens are a diverse group who come from all walks of life, and they were all sent to Zeppelin Bend as a last chance to get them to turn their lives around They ve just spent nearly two weeks learning to survive in the wilderness, and now their instructors have dropped them off eighteen miles from camp with no food, no water, and only their packs, and they ll have to struggle to overcome their vast differences if they hope to survive.Inspired by The Canterbury Tales, Feral Youth features characters, each complex and damaged in their own ways, who are enticed to tell a story or two with the promise of a cash prize The stories range from noir inspired revenge tales to mythological stories of fierce heroines and angry gods And while few of the stories are claimed to be based in truth, they ultimately reveal about the teller than the truth ever could.
    Feral Youth By Shaun David Hutchinson Brandy Colbert Suzanne Young Tim Floreen Justina Ireland Alaya Dawn Johnson Stephanie Kuehn E.C. Myers

    Feral Youth by Shaun David Hutchinson Feral Youth is an anthology book hybrid about teens teens who rebel, teens who feel screwed over by a world that wants the impossible of them, teens who are not the mainstream, and most importantly, teens who kick ass. Feral Youth Feral Youth are reshaping themselves to be one of the most unique bands on the DIY circuit Feral Youth have established themselves in the South of England and have also performed in Paris, France and they have supported the likes of Bloody Knees, Gender Roles and Beach Riot. Feral Youth Hutchinson, Shaun Sep , Feral Youth is a love story to the downtrodden, misguided misunderstood, and disrespected We see these characters, who for some reason or another, are shunned as troubled and bad by those around them This is their story and their truths This is a band of misfits coming together and embracing themselves and their experiences. Feral Youth Shaun David Hutchinson Inspired by The Canterbury Tales, the characters in Feral Youth, each complex and damaged in their own ways, are enticed to tell a story or two with the promise of a cash prize The stories range from noir inspired revenge tales to mythological stories of fierce heroines and angry gods. Feral Youth by Polly Courtney FERAL YOUTH, a novel by Polly Courtney, is the story of urban youth, who have been socially marginalized by such circumstances as racial bias, parental neglect, failing schools, early pregnancies, economical disadvantages, social isolation, their own poor choices and idleness. Feral Youth Marieke Nijkamp, YA author Feral Youth Ten teens are left alone in the wilderness during a three day survival test in this multi authored novel edited by award winning author Shaun David Hutchinson.At Zeppelin Bend, an outdoor education program designed to teach troubled youth the value of hard work, cooperation, and compassion, ten teens are left alone in the wild. Feral youths How a generation of violent, illiterate Sep , Feral youths How a generation of violent, illiterate young men are living outside the boundaries of civilised society By Harriet Sergeant for the Daily Mail Updated EDT, September Feral Cats Seattle Humane Feral Cat Resources If you have feral cats in your area, the following groups can help Alley Cat Allies is a national group that advocates for TNR programs Feral Cat Spay Neuter Project provides free feral stray cat spay neuter at their clinic in Seattle Reservations are required. Welcome to City of Federal Way City of Federal Way City related content from various departments delivered right to your inbox

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    About "Shaun David Hutchinson Brandy Colbert Suzanne Young Tim Floreen Justina Ireland Alaya Dawn Johnson Stephanie Kuehn E.C. Myers"

    1. Shaun David Hutchinson Brandy Colbert Suzanne Young Tim Floreen Justina Ireland Alaya Dawn Johnson Stephanie Kuehn E.C. Myers

      Shaun is a major geek and all about nerdy shenanigans He is the author of We Are the Ants, The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley, The Deathday Letter, fml, and the editor of the anthology Violent Ends Find out information at shaundavidhutchinson He currently lives in South Florida with his dog and watches way too much Doctor Who.

    687 thoughts on “Feral Youth”

    1. Ahhh this is just the coolest book premise it s a collaborative story and an anthology all in one A group of teens at an outdoor education program for troubled youth tell each other stories to pass the time I love survival type narratives, and I thought this would remind me of that show from like 15 years ago called Brat Camp which I loved but the focus was definitely on their stories rather than their time in the wilderness Full of really solidly written pieces Nikjamp and Young being particul [...]


    2. Feral Youth is an anthology book hybrid about teens teens who rebel, teens who feel screwed over by a world that wants the impossible of them, teens who are not the mainstream, and most importantly, teens who kick ass.I don t think it s a coincidence that a book like this is so diverse with the majority of authors nonwhite or openly queer or both, this anthology feels like an absolutely authentic cry for recognition, for someone to see And that is exactly what I wanted, and exactly what makes th [...]


    3. People spend a lot of time thinking about the planets that might orbit all those stars, but they ignore the worlds inside themselves This was the best anthology I ve read so far And that s not because of the stories itself but because they hade in common than just a certain topic that connected them all It was because of the amazing frame narrative written by Shaun David Hutchinson It set the right atmosphere and really fleshed out the characters It was much easier to engage with them and their [...]


    4. 4.5Solid short story collaboration Feral Youth is inspired by The Caterbury Tales, which was all about people taking a journey and having a short story telling contest.In this book we follow a group of teens who are sent to Zepplin Band, a camp for trouble youth They spend some time learning to survive in the wilderness and then are promptly dropped off in the middle of just that They have to find their way back to camp and while doing so they all tell stories for a cash prize.I was somewhat sur [...]


    5. 4.5 Stars THERE S NO SUCH THING AS AN OBJECTIVE TRUTH ANYMORE IT S ALL ABOUT WHAT YOU BELIEVE BELIEVE SOMETHING HARD ENOUGH AND TO YOU AT LEAST THAT S THE TRUTH FOREVER AND EVER, AND FUCK ANYONE WHO TRIES TO TELL YOU OTHERWISE I love anthologies and retellings so this was a perfect combination for me The narration is fantastic dark, humorous, honest The transitions between stories are great, and I really liked the different character dynamics we get to see Feral Youth follows 10 troubled teens w [...]


    6. Initial post reading thoughts I think Feral Youth may be one of the first anthologies I have ever read I wasn t sure how I was going to feel about reading multiple short stories by various authors, but this really worked I think it gave a unique voice to each of the characters and their stories perspectives Stay tuned for a full review coming soon


    7. 3.5 starsWhile I was a bit disappointed by this one, I would still recommend it There were a few hit and miss stories, but the amazinng ones made this collection for me Full review to come soon on Teenreads


    8. Framed and modeled off THE CANTERBURY TALES, this anthology is a really clever look at storytelling Who tells the truth and who tells the truth with a slant I found most of the stories utterly fabulous, and the ones I didn t love as much were still really solid Favorites were Rule 16 and Self Portrait and A Cautionary Tale Readers who love stories about bad and misunderstood teens will eat this one up Shaun does some of the most clever YA anthologies.


    9. 3.5 5stars DISCLAIMER I ONLY READ THE STORY A RUTHLESS DAME BY TIM FLOREEN FROM THIS COLLECTIONnot gonna lie I was expecting It was cute and kinda funny, but mostly I couldn t tell Tim Floreen had written it I was expecting something WAYY bigger than the ending with how Tim always manages to have me gasping and screaming at the pages by the end of his novels It was definitely cute though so I ll give it that.


    10. That s why I like stories They usually wind up revealing about a person than what they re tell you about themselves It s not that they lie intentionally, but when people describe themselves they re really describing what they see in a mirror, and most mirrors are too distorted to show the truth.3.5 Rounded up because I liked the concept of it and the little parts connecting all of them together Having studied the Canterbury Tales in both high school and college, I kinda see parallels and that w [...]


    11. Compilation of short stories never really work for me but Feral Youth did and I m very impressed Probably because its not your typical compilation 10 teenagers were sent to a disciplinary camp for their crimes and so they shared their stories Each short stories was written by different authors so obviously they have different styles and voices My particular favs 1 The Butterfly Effect The Chaos Effect Marieke Nijkamp2 A Ruthless Dame Tim Floreen3 Self Portrait Brandy Colbert4 A Violation of Rule [...]


    12. Feral Youth is a YA retelling of The Canterbury Tales, edited by Shaun David Hutchinson, so I was incredibly excited to read this This anthology follows a group of teen delinquents at wilderness camp who are on a 3 day trek back to camp, and have a story telling competition along the way The stories in this collection run the gamut of genres there is folklore, fanfic, creepy, and contemporary Each character s story is written by a different YA author, with Shaun David Hutchinson taking the narra [...]


    13. We are people We are real And we will not be ignored Mini ReviewsTW sexual abuse, homophobia, suicide, homicide, rape, self harm, drugs.The Butterfly Effect by Marieke Nijkamp 3.5 Ridiculously short synopsis girl with traumatic past loves fire Something burns Her past and present are presented and it isn t really a pretty picture Things aren t clear.Ridiculously short personal comment I am confused But still very much intrigued I liked the writing style and the mysterious atmosphere of the story [...]


    14. I was impressed by Sometimes We Tell the Truth which also The Canterbury Tales retelling, so this book automatically on my to read next list Add that with some author names who I already familiar with A group of students dropped into the wild and got 3 days to find their own way to the camp, by their instructor The teens are a diverse group who come from all walks of life, and they were all sent to Zeppelin Bend camp as a last chance to get them to turn their lives around Gio, the narrator, was [...]


    15. GRADE C 3.5 STARSTen teens from a therapeutic camp are on a three day survival trip One of the boys offers 100 to whoever can tell the best story Some tell stories of how they ended up in trouble, some use allegories and readers have to decide if the narrators are fully, partially or not at all reliable.Shaun David Hutchinson s VIOLENT ENDS was one of my favorite 2016 novels and I reread several times to figure out all the connections I had difficulty staying focused on FERAL YOUTH, because I ne [...]




    16. More of 3.5 I enjoyed the ride Set up like books such as The Canterbury Tales and Haunted, these short stories come in the form of a narrative Bonus points for featuring in different authors they added a wide range of voices.A bunch of delinquents get tossed in the woods and need to find their way back to camp Along the way, they each tell their stories of how they got there Summaries for my own reference The Butterfly Effect Girl who plays with matchbooks finally lights a flame one day Hints at [...]


    17. An anthology, which was masterfully tied together with a compelling overall story Nothing we did mattered because, to our families, we were only what we d done to get sent here It s all they would ever see This is their last chance Each one of these feral youth have committed so sort of crime, and have landed themselves on the wrong side of the law This camp is their chance to rehabilitate themselves, and avoid greater punishment Anthologies are hit or miss for me, but I would put this is the hi [...]


    18. This was a really good collection Shaun David Hutchinson can seriously do no wrong in my opinion, and this was no exception His narration fit perfectly with the full length stories, and tied everything together The stories themselveske always, there were some that I liked than others Here is my breakdown The Butterfly Effect and The Chaos Effect by Marieke Nijkamp 4 StarsI liked The Chaos Effect better than The Butterfly Effect, but they were both pretty good There s something about Nijkamp s w [...]


    19. There is representation of queer girls and boys of different sexualities, including a bisexual boy I appreciated the different voices of the collaborative authors That gave each character their own space and personality while remaining a cohesive story held together by the narrator and their collective narrative I appreciate the work that went into holding the narrative together with so many contributors.There is one important thing here to address At least one review I saw criticized this book [...]


    20. Fantastic anthology There s only two stories out of the bunch that I found not equal to the rest of them The focus is not the youth on a trek but the stories they tell each other, the most poignant being the stories that led to the individual being in the program Some sad and heartbreaking others are equal to hearing a ghost story you would tell around a campfire to scare others I really enjoyed listening to the audiobook of this and would recommend it.


    21. This was a big disappointment to me I only found one or two of the stories really managed to keep my attention, and the others I just found myself skimming through.



    22. An anthology of terrifying and thought provoking short stories from some popular YA authors Very good and highly recommended for high school.



    23. Reading books that contain multiple authors is always a gamble for me because I never know what percentage of the book I will like versus what percentage I won t This book was a real toss up because I d only ever read a work by one of the authors in this very long list Marieke Nijkamp s This Is Where It Ends so I didn t really know what to expect Did it live up to the blurbs on the book specifically the ones that caught my attention and made me want to give it a shot i.e inspired by the Canterbu [...]


    24. Feral YouthJust made 4 stars This book was basically terrific throughout, with only a few rough spots The novel basically contains a narrator and nine other misfits or trouble makers sent to Zeppelin Bend outdoor education program in an attempt to get them work together as a team by dropping them off in the middle of the wilderness with just their basic backpack needs eighteen miles away from the Bend They are told that if they make it back to the Bend by midnight of the third day, they will get [...]


    25. My actual rating is 4.5 stars Why can t we rate half stars yet It d make everything so much easier The overall ratings of books in this websites are always continuous numbers e.g 4.03 stars, the current rating of Feral Youth Anyways I went on a tangent and I think I will again This novel takes place over the course of three days and I finished it in four Lost opportunity It happened with TBDATE as well it takes place on Sept 5th and I finished it on Sept 6th Why can t I finish the book in a numb [...]


    26. When we first learned of Feral Youth, a collection of stories retold Canterbury Tales style, we couldn t wait to get our hands on it Shaun s enthusiasm alone is enough to make you want to read it and then you see this AMAZING diverse group of authors who contributed and it s like .Shaun David Hutchinson, Brandy Colbert, Suzanne Young, Tim Floreen, Justina Ireland, Alaya Dawn Johnson, Stephanie Kuehn, E.C Myers, Marieke Nijkamp, Robin TalleySee what I mean Feral Youth is than a collection of sto [...]


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