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The bottom of this supernatural situation ASAP before the Chaos consumes everything she’s ever known and she knows that the black shadowy entity that’s begun trailing her every move is probably not going to helpA blend of fantasy and Caribbean folklore at its heart this tale is about identity and self acceptance because only by acknowledging her imperfections can Scotch hope to save her brothe Disclaimer I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest and unbiased reviewMy Summa

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The Chaos

Coming covered in a sticky black substance that can’t be removed While trying to cope with this creepiness she goes out with her brother and he disappears A mysterious bubble of light just swallows him up and Scotch has no idea how to find him Soon the Chaos that has claimed her brother affects the city at large until it seems like everyone is turning into crazy creatures Scotch needs to get to A finished unsolicited copy was provided by the publisher for reviewScotch is half Jamacan and half white And all

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An acclaimed fantasy author navigates the world between myth and chaos in this compelling exploration of identity told with a Caribbean liltSixteen year old Scotch struggles to fit in at home she’s the perfect daughter at school she’s provocatively sassy and thanks to her mixed heritage she doesn’t feel she belongs with the Caribbeans whites or blacks And even troubling lately her skin is be Know Yourself says 16 year old Sojourner Scotch Smith s English teacher as though Scotch has not bee


10 thoughts on “The Chaos

  1. says:

    “Know Yourself” says 16 year old Sojourner “Scotch” Smith’s English teacher as though Scotch has not been struggling with the issue of identity all her life Her father is a white Jamaican her mother a black Cana

  2. says:

    I freakingADORED this book I'm really heartbroken that it's just a touch too mature for my local middle school booktalks It starts out as a uite realistic urban Canadian story about a black girl and her dance team drama Her

  3. says:

    35 rounded up This seemed like a YA book than I was expecting It combines a dystopian event with a coming of age story for the protagonist who has to learn to rely on her own resources in the midst of real chaos and learn what really matters It was a uick and enjoyable read

  4. says:

    A finished unsolicited copy was provided by the publisher for reviewScotch is half Jamacan and half white And al

  5. says:

    Throwing in the towel at 40% inSome writers can manage to write a decent YA novel Others shouldn't even try Unfortunately Hopkinson falls into the latter categoryToo much talking about clothes and dating and unimportant and irrelevant school drama and too little talking about real issues Once the plot finally s

  6. says:

    Review to come this wasn't at all what I expected but it was very good read

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    Disclaimer I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest and unbiased reviewMy Summary Scotch just wanted to spend the night at a poetry slam with her brother after a long day But things are never easy for Scotch whose mixed race heritage makes her feel like an outsider in every social group But race is the least of her worries when strange things start to happen a volcano appear

  8. says:

    I really hate to have to give a Nalo Hopkinson book only two stars especially her first young adult novel I looked forward to it for so long AND it was political and talked about ueers ableism and racism But it really was only ok I couldn't really connect with the main character the dialogue was stilted and di

  9. says:

    Weirdest Book Ever And I have read a lot of books

  10. says:

    Boring random silly little dramas all in scratchy suffocating repetitive dialogue

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