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Monster Calls:

Inspired by an idea

from Siobhan Dowd

[K.I.N.D.L.E]

Description

Profoundly moving, expertly crafted tale… a singular masterpiece, exceptionally well-served by

Kay's atmospheric and ominous illustrations… tackles the toughest of subjects by refusing to

flinch, meeting the ugly truth about life head-on with compassion, bravery, and

insight.—Publishers Weekly (starred review)Thereâ€s no denying it: this is one profoundly sad

story. But itâ€s also wise, darkly funny and brave, told in spare sentences, punctuated with

fantastic images and stirring silences. Past his sorrow, fright and rage, Conor ultimately lands in a

place — an imperfect one, of course — where healing can begin. A MONSTER CALLS is a gift

from a generous story­teller and a potent piece of art.—The New York TimesA nuanced tale that

draws on elements of classic horror stories to delve into the terrifying terrain of loss. . . . Ness

brilliantly captures Conorâ€s horrifying emotional ride as his motherâ€s inevitable death

approaches. In an ideal pairing of text and illustration, the novel is liberally laced with Kayâ€s

evocatively textured pen-and-ink artwork, which surrounds the text, softly caressing it in quiet

moments and in others rushing toward the viewer with a nightmarish intensity.A poignant tribute to

the life and talent of Siobhan Dowd and an astonishing exploration of fear.—Kirkus Reviews

(starred review)A brilliantly executed, powerful tale.—School Library Journal (starred review)Ness

twists out a resolution that is revelatory in its obviousness, beautiful in its execution, and fearless

in its honesty. Kays artwork keeps the pace, gnawing at the edges of the pages with thundercloud

shadows and keeping the monster just barely, terribly seeable.—Booklist (starred review)A

masterpiece about life and loss that will stay with the reader long after the final page is

turned.—Library Media Connection (starred review)The heavily textured monochromatic

illustrations are silent screams, rendering Conor's inner chaos palpable with dense shading and

jagged edges symbolizing the wildness within while shifting perspectives alternately create

intimacy and distance, like the push and pull he feels as he tries to stay engaged in an impossibly

painful situation… Emotionally wrenching, this draws truth across pain in a way that is accessible

to middle-school readers.—Bulletin of the Center for Children's BooksHeart-wrenching and

thought-provoking.—The Horn BookPatrick Ness is an insanely beautiful writer.—TIME

MagazineThe power of this beautiful and achingly sad story for readers over the age of 12 derives

not only from Mr. Ness's capacity to write heart-stopping prose but also from Jim Kay's stunning

black-ink illustrations. There are images in these pages so wild and ragged that they feel dragged

by their roots from the deepest realms of myth.—Wall Street JournalThe monster is a brilliant

creation — part giant, part yew tree, destructive, didactic, elemental...The book has the thrills and


ambition you would expect from the author of the Chaos Walking trilogy...

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