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review ß eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Kristen Simmons Kristen Simmons Ð 3 download Metaltown review ¿ 103 He’ll risk everything to do what’s rightIn Lena Ty sees an heiress with a chip on her shoulder Colin sees something In a world of disease and war tragedy and betrayal allies and enemies all three of them must learn that challenging what they thought was true can change all the rulesAn enthralling story of friendship and rebellion Metaltown will have you believing in the power of ho. Way back when I read Kristen Simmons Article 5 I looked up my review which said in short loved the story world didn t love the romance Well in the immortal words of Yogi Berra d j vu all over again I thought Metaltown s story world was really well crafted I m not sure if this book is supposed to be alt history or sort of dystopian futuristic but it takes place in a bleak gritty world that feels turn of the century industrial and post apocalyptic all at once Food and clean water are scarce people are hungry a lot of kids have been orphaned and the poor work long hours in unsafe conditions There s a war raging and one of the main employers is a huge weapons factoryThe story is told from the points of view of three characters Colin a boy who along with his female friend Ty work on the factory line Then there s Lena the daughter of the owner of the weapons factory The characters were a sticking point for me I never really warmed up to either Colin or Lena and thus wasn t all that enthralled by their slow burn rich girlpoor boy romance I really liked Ty but as soon as Colin went all google eyed over Lena she was kind of left on her own and let s just say that wasn t goodDoes this book have a love triangle Not technically but I didn t love the triangular dynamic of the supposedly nice guy who all but ditches his loyal female friend to chase around after another girl It wasn t a love triangle but it did feel to me that one character gets left out in the cold The book tried hard to make me like Lena with her mean father and abusive brother I did feel sorry for her but for some reason I just didn t connect to her and I usually secretly love poor little rich girl charactersIf you like gritty industrial settings you should definitely try at least a few chapters of Metaltown which will give you a good feel for the characters I did like the story world uite a bit even if I only liked one of the characters view spoiler and she ended up horribly maimed and then dead So that was a bit of a letdown to say the least hide spoiler

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review ß eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Kristen Simmons Kristen Simmons Ð 3 download Metaltown review ¿ 103 Metaltown Where factories rule food is scarce and hope is in short supplyThe rules of Metaltown are simple work hard keep your head down and watch your back You look out for number one and no one knows that better than Ty She’s been surviving on the factory line as long as she can remember But now Ty has Colin She’s no longer alone; it’s the two of them against the world That’s. Crooked men run Metaltown an industrialized city where children are exploited for labor If the children want rights and proper pay they must rise up in rebellion and fight for what they deserveIn this dystopian society people are divided into three classes the working poor of Metaltown the educated but struggling middle class of Bakerstown and the wealthy elite of the River District Clean water is scarce Most food is genetically engineered from synthetic substances released to the public after having been tested for safety by whatever poor fools have landed themselves in prison And war rages outside the city The most intriguing aspect of the book is Metaltown a city where plumes of smoke blot out the sun and poor children work sixteen hour days in dangerous conditions But Metaltown is underdeveloped and rarely described overlooked in favor of paying attention to the love triangle of three teenagers who take center stage in this story The characters suffer from a serious lack of want which made for a story that felt aimless at times Of the three protagonists the most dynamic character is the one forced to uestion every aspect of the life she s always known while the other two remain one dimensional throughout Ty spends so much time grinding her teeth it s a wonder she has any teeth left Colin is the token hot guy The girl giggled maybe at them maybe just to flirt with Colin Girls were always losing their heads around him And Lena s actions are driven in eual parts by a need to impress her father and a need to impress the hot guy This book is classified as a dystopian science fiction novel but it might have been suitable in a historical fiction category Metaltown is a fine read but there s nothing new here

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review ß eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Kristen Simmons Kristen Simmons Ð 3 download Metaltown review ¿ 103 Something even a town this brutal can’t take away from her Until it doesLena’s future depends on her family’s factory a beast that demands a ruthless master and Lena is prepared to be as ruthless as it takes if it means finally proving herself to her father But when a chance encounter with Colin a dreamer despite his circumstances exposes Lena to the conseuences of her actions s. When I started Metaltown I was expecting a standard YA dystopia with all the tropes typical for the genre Nothing outstanding just your classic Novel Recommended by the Author of Much Better More Famous Book well in this case we talk about Sara Raasch who penned Snow Like Ashes so I am not so sure about the last partAnyway The only thing you need to know about Metaltown is that it is most definitely NOT a dystopia instead you get a book about social justice child labour workers rights and solidariTY And that there is nothing extraordinary about it except for Ty a girl as strong as the ideas that drove her I loved Ty all the for the fact that she reminded me of a real life Ty Anna Solidarity aka Anna Walentynowicz The very woman who created the peaceful social movement that brought down the Communist regime and was NEVER recognised for it screw you Lech Walesa Now this is probably something they do not teach you during your courses on feminism so buckle up and listen closely In 1950 Anna Walentynowicz enrolled in a welder course and was sent to Gdansk Shipyard She uickly became a frontrunner making 270% of the norm which is a huge thing in the communist economy Her photos were taken to the newspapers and she became a celebrity Anna the Welder 3However she soon gave up the communist party membership and joined the Women s League As an activist of this organization she began to lobby for the workers rights It was when her trouble with the Public Security Office startedOver time the hard work of a welder ruined her health However she resigned from the possibility of obtaining disability pension and re ualified for the crane In 1968 when she was demanding to explain the embezzlement of money from the welfare fund a first attempt was made to throw her out of work In her defense the entire unit crew stood upDuring a workers protest in December 1970 Anna Walentynowicz was preparing meals for strikers She was always there in the centre of all things Anna the Caring 3In 1978 she became one of the co founders of the Polish Free Trade Unions FTU She acted openly Her apartment was the FTU s main contact point This led to severe harassment from the Security Service 48 hours detentions constant revisions a threat of dismissal Anna has been under constant surveillance by over 100 officers and secret associates of the Security Service in 1981 they were even planning to kill her by poisoning herOn August 8 1980 after thirty years of exemplary performance of her duties five months before she hit the retirement age Anna Walentynowicz was fired from the shipyard under disciplinary charges The decision of the management triggered a strike on August 14 during which Solidarity was created Two days later dozens of workplaces had joined the protests 50 thousand people stood in defence of one woman The first postulate of protesting workers was the restoration of Anna Walentynowicz to work As you know they won a victory much bigger than they dreamed of Anna the Feminist 3So read the Metaltown for a 3 star entertainment but even better read up about Anna or watch this documentary about herAnd then do your best to continue her legacy Old Anna at the derelict Shipyard where she had beaten the Communist regime

  • Hardcover
  • 384
  • Metaltown
  • Kristen Simmons
  • English
  • 19 September 2020
  • 9780765336620