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ISBN:1410470016
Author: Shannon Hale
ISBN13: 978-1410470010
Title: Dangerous
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Language: English
Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Publisher: Thorndike Press (July 2, 2014)
Pages: 540

Dangerous by Shannon Hale



It's like a super fucked up science fiction superhero book, and yet somehow not fu. .Between that beautiful cover and - hello - SHANNON HALE, Dangerous was one of my most anticipated releases of 2014. Unfortunately I could only make it 147 pages in before throwing up a white flag and quitting. How is this from the same author of Princess Academy and The Goose Girl?

Also by Shannon Hale. The warehouse was coffin dark. I put out a hand, feeling my way up the stairs. I knew I wasn’t alone. I strained to hear movement. A scuffed foot, the rustle of clothing. The Princess in Black. Fire and Ice. The Unfairest of Them All. Briar Beauty's Story. Madeline Hatter's Story. The Tale of Two Sisters.

Dangerous by Shannon Hale.

Dangerous by Shannon Hale is an amazing book. The romance between Maisie and Wilder is perfect and the non-romance between Maisie and her best friend Luther is hilarious. It’s nice that she is homeschooled but is a normal person. Homeschooling is just how she happens to be educated (like the vast majority of real life homeshoolers). As always, Shannon Hale describes things vividly bringing the story to life in the mind. I found myself thinking more than once that the book would make a pretty good movie.

From NY Times bestselling author Shannon Hale comes a novel that asks, How far would you go to save the ones you love? And how far would you go to save everyone else?

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Книга "Dangerous" (Hale, Shannon) в epub для скачивания и чтения! How far would you go to save the world? When Maisie Danger Brown nabbed a spot at a NASA-like summer. Dangerous by Hale, Shannon. newSpecify the genre of the book on their own. Author: Hale, Shannon. Send report: This is a good book. 5. Another book cover desperately needed! 154 downloads, last downloaded at January 18, 2019.

Astronaut boot camp, alien invasions and a girl who has the fate of the world resting in her hands. Dangerous by Shannon Hale on 1st March 2014 Pages: 416 Format: Paperback Goodreads. Maisie 'Danger' Brown needs excitement. When she wins a harmless-sounding competition to go to astronaut boot camp, that's exactly what she gets.

Shannon Hale Author Biography. New York Times best selling author Shannon Hale started writing books at age ten and never stopped, eventually earning an MFA in Creative Writing. After nineteen years of writing and dozens of rejections, she published The Goose Girl, the first book in her award-winning Books of Bayern series. She has two standalone books for young readers - Book of a Thousand Days, a Cybils award winner; and Princess Academy, a Newbery Honor Book.

When aspiring astronaut Maisie Danger Brown, who was born without a right hand, and the other space camp students get the opportunity to do something amazing in space, Maisie must prove how dangerous she can be and how far she is willing to go to protecteverything she has ever loved.
Reviews: 7
Xar
Maisie Brown’s middle name literally is Danger, but she’s not Dangerous. Not until astronaut boot camp that is. Maisie’s a half-Latina, one-armed, homeschooled girl living a quiet life in Salt Lake City. She wants to be an astronaut and when the chance to win three weeks at space camp comes in a cereal box, she enters the contest. At astronaut boot camp she meets Wilder, a super rich hot guy with a sinister father, Mi-Sun, an 11-year-old, Jacques, a whiz at Name That Tune, and Ruth, who is no fan of Maisie. The five of them get the chance to go up a space elevator where they are infected with alien tokens that change them in very specific ways. One becomes a thinker and leader of the fireteam, one develops brute strength, one can build his own body armor with his skin, one can shoot anything faster and harder than a gun, and one can suddenly understand the inner workings of technology. Suddenly, Maisie’s life is a bit too exciting and dangerous, particularly when it becomes her job to save the world. Literally.

Dangerous by Shannon Hale is an amazing book. The romance between Maisie and Wilder is perfect and the non-romance between Maisie and her best friend Luther is hilarious. It’s nice that she is homeschooled but is a normal person. Homeschooling is just how she happens to be educated (like the vast majority of real life homeshoolers). As always, Shannon Hale describes things vividly bringing the story to life in the mind. I found myself thinking more than once that the book would make a pretty good movie. I could barely put the book down (which does get a bit annoying when reading at night… “just one more chapter” turns into 10 or 12). I highly recommend this book!
ALAN
Loved the Princess Academy for my pre-teen and young teen girls. I thought this would be just as good, but it is hard to condone a book that provides a scene about a potential sexual encounter (he puts his hands on her pants zipper). Granted she declines, but with the numerous kisses and snuggling, I find it a little too much for my girls' ages. The scene is not needed in the development of the plot...
Akinohn
I loved this book! I love how original it was and I love that the author didn't dumb down the language to a YA level even though it's supposed to be a YA novel. I loved how it was complicated to the point of downright frustrating at times. (I couldn't decide who was good and who was bad!) I listened to this novel "on tape" and for the first time since Harry Potter, I liked the narrator (fun, nasal voice that that is awesome!) and I think she did an awesome job too!
5 Stars. Great book for YA who like sci-fi or fantasy or even action novels.
Elildelm
Dangerous is the Sci-Fi book I’ve been waiting for. I’m not much of a science fiction reader, but I do enjoy it. Sometimes. I don’t enjoy the testosterone-packed, sexistly-laced fluff novels about aliens and fights with giant “No Girls Allowed” banners pasted all over them.
Dangerous is the opposite of this.
Dangerous features a young, disabled, half-Latina woman who, alongside five other students, attend an astronaut camp, where, ultimately, their lives are changed forever. It has aliens. It has spaceships. It has super powers. What more do you want? Did I mention it has beautiful POC representation as well as characters with disabilities? And they kick butt.
RED
This is my second time reading Dangerous and I still could not put it down. I love the main characters thoughts and analogies! I wanted to read it again, because last time I was flipping pages so fast to see what happened; that was about a year ago. This time was even better and I STILL had to keep reading to see what happened. Shannon Hale is a master story teller--no matter the genre--this just proves it. A YA sci-fi book is different than her fairy tales, yet still so imaginative and fun. Thanks for sharing your awesome talent with us!
Kupidon
I like books by Shannon Hale, but this is probably my least favorite book she has written. Also, the teenage characters do a lot of kissing and sleeping next to each other. I wouldn't want my teenage daughter reading this. I like that the mains character is smart and gets along with her family. Also, she only has one arm, but that doesn't hold her back.
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Sorry, I just didn't like this one. I've enjoyed many of Shannon's other books, from Goose Girl to Princess Academy, but this book just didn't hook me. I just didn't enjoy the reading and there is a little sexual content so I wouldn't recommend this one to my daughter, either.
I liked: it was pretty entertaining and had enough twists that I couldn't (completely) predict the nuances at the end. That's unusual.
I liked Dragon.

I didn't like: oh my gosh the triangle. Why is there always a stupid triangle in teen books?! I mean, seriously! And I didn't like who she ended up with, despite the one paragraph justifying it.

Recommended for: Teenagers and those who need a bit of fluff to keep them entertained for a few hours. I'd say 13+

Overall, a solid, "Ok."