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Oliver Paton Digital Padawan. Let the narrative dictate. Design 0. Development 0. Implementation 0. Latest Thoughts. Having that past setting made the book a little tricky to get into at first, not because of the descriptions and action which felt very good and quite fast-paced, but because of the gutterling speech that Fly uses which sounds like a really old version of cockney.
It took me a few pages to get used to the way Fly and her friends speak, although I did try reading this without any references to any glossary.
The book is seperated into two parts, with the first being the larger section and set all in London. I loved the descriptions in a lot of this book, especially the description of the building and the sounds it was making, where Fly and the tiger first stayed overnight.
The second part of the book continues the adventure and I like the introduction to some new characters and more on all the animals.
The way the animals form part of the story is lovely and really made me enjoy this all the more. The whole time I was reading this book I felt compelled to continue the story and I loved the magical feel and adventure that the entire book has.
There will also be some lovely artwork in the book. There really was a tiger loose in London in the past! Sep 10, Maria rated it liked it.
Fly had a simple plan to sweep through the chimney and ran away from the Black Bill but what she didn't expect was come face to face with a tiger.
And when Fly was trying to stall him and convince him not to eat her he bowed to her and call her princess. Fly knows she is no princess but for the reason even unknown to her she promises Tiger to return him to his homeland.
And thus begin a journey of adventure, action and to a land with cloud topped mountains. And maybe, maybe Fly is actually a Fly had a simple plan to sweep through the chimney and ran away from the Black Bill but what she didn't expect was come face to face with a tiger.
And maybe, maybe Fly is actually a princess of a kingdom? Review- The first thing I would like to say about the book is it is not for children.
I know it suggests as a middle grade fantasy book but that is definitely not the case. Language is so hard and difficult that was for most part of the book I have to imagine and decipher words on my own.
I know there is a glossary at the end of the book but you can't skim to the end for every second word. Also the meaning should be at the start of the book as there is no indication of it being at the end.
I love the character of Fly. She is fearless, kind, loyal and even mature for her age. Even though she didn't knew that she is a princess she still vows to free all animals from their cage.
And she does everything in her power to be just when she reaches the kingdom. I love the element of talking animals and considering them as a citizen of the kingdom.
I think this is the most exciting part about the book being it a children's fantasy. It totally give you Narnia vibes.
The one thing I was expecting a lot was friendship between Fly and Tiger as it suggests form the blurb.
But I was confused throughout the book about the intentions of Tiger. Though he saves her and protects her throughout the journey I just felt that he didn't consider her as a friend.
In some places I felt it was too dark for a middle grade book. The pace of the story is quick and it makes you to finish it one go.
But as you were expecting more in the second half the book ends. Ending is quite rushed and left too many ambiguous loopholes. I feel overall the story has potential with the plot, characters and pace but for the major part language ruins the book and second reason is it didn't pay attention to the target audience i.
Jan 07, Rebecca Nilsson rated it really liked it. With her own special dialect and feisty personality - a girl that "ain't afeard of nothing" - the story brings you in and has you rooting for Fly and her "gutterling" friends as she finds out about her shrouded past and is forced to uncover it in order to outrun the new dangers that has entered into her life.
This is very much a story about a girl's independence, bravery, compassion and strength, but also about family ties - no matter if they are by blood or not, or even human.
If anything, I only wish that the story hadn't come to a somewhat quick ending. It felt slightly rushed and might've benefited from a bit more content in my opinion.
I would, however, still recommend it for the beautiful experience it offers. Because of the extensive use of Fly's many made up words accompanied by a dictionary at the end of the book!
But it is also the intriguingly imaginative language next to the story and characters that would be the aspect I'd highlight when promoting it to my KS3 students.
Nov 16, Dawn Woods rated it really liked it Shelves: Fly is accustomed to fighting to stay ahead of her owners bad temper and mean ways.
She is quick on her feet and quick at lifting food to supplement the meagre allowance fed to her in return for climbing chimneys. One day, in desperation, she goes down a chimney instead of back up to return to her master.
What she hadnt banked on was landing up in a cage with a fierce tiger. Neither had she expected that tiger to talk to her. But the magnificent animal told her a tale even Fly, with her vivid imagination, could never have conjured up.
She finds herself the leader of an escape party consisting of many exotic animals, servants rendered dumb, plus an assortment of sailors switching alliances depending on the value of rewards promised to them.
This is an adventure story with a strong female lead determined to do the right thing. Yes, many events defy belief, but what does that matter to a great story?
Jan 22, watermelonreads rated it liked it. A brave and inspirational heroine. Jun 03, Angela Ang rated it liked it Shelves: middle-grade.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Synopsis: One magical friendship. But the bird-filled jungles and cloud-topped mountains Synopsis: One magical friendship.
Thoughts before reading: Firstly, I love stories where animals are willingly loyal to a certain person. The synopsis has given me pretty big hints that the Tiger would be loyal to Fly.
And since it mentioned friendship as well, I feel this book would be about a relationship between Fly and the Tiger and how they're relationship grow to something of trust, loyalty and love.
I've been wanting to buy this book ever since. The sale at a nearby bookstore has given me the opportunity and I wasted no time getting it for myself!
Thoughts after reading: The plot is fast moving and very thrilling. The first chapter and Fly already meets the Tiger!
It is a satisfying start and as I read I looked forward to the next parts. I loved how they interacted, and also how Fly's lack of fear of the Tiger has gotten him to respect her.
I'm kinda bumped Tiger didn't have a name, so I'm going to use the word "Tiger" as his name anyway haha XD Now Fly has been living on the streets, but under the control of Black Bill ever since she was a baby.
But this has helped her learn many survival skills, and street smarts. She's quick and agile and very good at escaping the clutches of stronger and bigger men.
Fly also has the skills to put a glamour over anything she wants. So when she escaped with Tiger, people only see a huge dog following her around.
The whole story is about Fly going back to her kingdom, and then overthrowing her uncle who has been terrorizing the kingdom ever since he and the previous king Fly's father started to fight against each other and won.
The storyline is very nice, and I love the idea of a kingdom where even the animals are your citizens. This book is really a lot like Narnia.
What I don't like, however, is the Tiger's approach with Fly's unrefined actions. Tiger seems to forget Fly grew up having to fight to survive, and even though Tiger should understand he was in captive for a while , he only admonishes Fly whenever she doesn't act like the princess she should be.
He could be more grateful too. After all, his princess sacrificed everything to get him back to his homeland, but she was living in all purposes hers.
She's going to leave everything she was familiar with, and will be starting a new life somewhere totally different. Yet, during the journey, Tiger has been giving her mixed signals about his continued presence when they reach the place.
Fly has to keep guessing if he would stay with her once they've reached the island. I didn't like that she cold still feel lonely when she's supposedly surrounded by friends, or subjects.
The language was a little jarring at first. It took me a while, but I got the hang of it pretty quickly. It wasn't to hard to decipher what Fly was saying even though I've never seen some of the words before.
I have to ask…are those words made up by the author, or are they real words? Rating: 3 It didn't really meet my expectations of a friendship growing.
Aug 01, Samantha Johnson rated it really liked it. I thoroughly enjoyed this book! Full of adventure, heartache and love all blended into one.
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