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Chaos Walking un film de Doug Liman | Premierefr Chaos Walking un film de Doug Liman | Synopsis C'est l'anne de ses treize ans et dans un mois Todd Hewitt va devenir un homme Il est le dernier garon de Prentissville Cette ville de Chaos Walking IMDb Directed by Doug Liman With Tom Holland Daisy Ridley Mads Mikkelsen Nick Jonas A dystopian world where there are no women and all living creatures can hear each others' thoughts in a stream of images words and sounds called Noise WikiZero Chaos Walking film Chaos Walking ou La Marche du chaos Chaos Walking est un film de science fiction amricain ralis par Doug Liman dont la sortie est prvue en Il s'agit de l’adaptation du premier roman de la srie littraire Le Chaos en marche Chaos Walking de Patrick Ness REGARDER Chaos Walking |HD Film VFComplet | Peatix Titre Chaos Walking Date de sortie Dure min Genre Science Fiction Acteurs Tom Holland Daisy Ridley Mads Mikkelsen Demin Bichir Kurt Sutter Nick Jonas Socit de production uadrant Pictures 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an English degree specialising in the Classics and I thought this trilogy was utterly fabulous to a degree that I have a writers jealousy at not having written it myself In the first book 'The Knife Of Never Letting Go' we are REGARDER Chaos Walking |HD Film VFComplet | Peatix Titre Chaos Walking Date de sortie Dure min Genre Science Fiction Acteurs Tom Holland Daisy Ridley Mads Mikkelsen Demin Bichir Kurt Sutter Nick Jonas Socit de production uadrant Pictures Synopsis et dtails Dans un monde futuriste o chaue crature peut lire les penses de l'autre le seul enfant d'un village d'hommes dcouvre un horrible secret Chaos Walking Here’s Every Single Detail Shared The Plot Of Chaos Walking It is a young adult film set in a dystopian world wherein a boy believes that all the women have been killed by a pathogen And all the people left understand each other’s thoughts by a series of sounds and images called Noise Hence it is a science fiction film with extensive use of technology and a good budgeted film as well Cast In Chaos Walking The film Chaos Walking Wiki | Fandom This Fandom wiki is currently inactive You can adopt this wiki and revive it The protagonist of the series Todd Hewitt is one month shy of turning thirteen when the trilogy begins Note that New World follows a thirteen month calendar Brought up by guardians Ben and Cillian Todd was kept Todd Hewitt | Chaos Walking Wiki | Fandom Todd Hewitt is one month shy of turning thirteen when the trilogy begins Note that New World follows a thirteen month calendar Brought up by guardians Ben and Cillian Todd was kept unaware of Prentisstown’s history until late in the first book Todd is illiterate at the start of the series which gives the uniue writing due to the first person perspective of the book He is the main


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  1. says:

    Chaos Walking was one of those books that ruins your life You feel so much for it that you feel like you want to finish it yet you don't want it to end It's the kind of book you'll be thinking of weeks or even months after you finished reading it It's not like the Hunger Games It has a different story and Chaos Walking effected my life than the Hunger Games did They are both amazing books I can say that but they are not the same Both of them are different in their own ways and they are both uniueI'll do my two favorite characters nowTodd Hewitt I loved Todd's character He was not perfect no he wasn't yet you learn to love his bravery He was scared to kill he was innocent he didn't know how to read and wasn't well educated There are some misspellings in his words but you learn to put all that aside and love his braveryViola Eade I imagine Viola as a pretty girl yet not the kind of beauty that popular girls usually have She is pretty but that is not the reason Todd fell for her He liked her bravery and she was a strong character She was weak at times but she always learns to get back up I honestly think Viola is an amazing role model for girls She's weak at times but knows how to be strongThere were lots of parts where I didn't just sob but I literally cried so hard I couldn't breathe and my mother was worried lol I really shipped Todd and Viola not because they were endgame but because of the bond they had They showed what real friendship should be about Todd would do anything to save Viola mentioned in The Ask and the Answer and so would Viola for Todd and that's what friendship is about I actually don't want a movie if it won't do justice to this heartbreaking trilogy


  2. says:

    55 starsLet me tell you why I absolutely love this book1 Todd and Viola they're probably one of the best YA literary couples of all time why? No insta love and a real connection between them view spoiler It literally took them 3 books to finally kiss and although I was cheering them on the whole time to kiss already I'm really glad Patrick Ness decided to wait because I feel their relationship grew hide spoiler


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    Trilogies are becoming very common in YA literature with the implication that if there are three of them then the books must be really good What I see is a pattern of an excellent first book followed by two mediocre ones or sliding scale of uality Let's call this the Matrix effect This series reminded me a lot of the Hunger Games stellar first book tons of action big cliffhangerthen the next two books do little to further the plot are full of padding and repeats and are in short a bit of a let down view spoilerI think the series starts to drop the moment the talking dog dies toward the end of book one On reflection the dog was probably the best character in the book and had the best relationship dynamic with the main character Todd which many readers would be able to relate to Ness endlessly bashes us over the head with Todd's fourteen year old unrealistically G rated love for Viola his fellow freedom fighter Unfortunately Ness' illustration of the depths of their bond boils down to them constantly screaming each others names TODDVIOLA?TODD?VIIIOOOLLLAAAetc etcIt makes you wonder what they are going to talk about when all the drama is overThere are some good attempts here Ness showing his young audience the complexities of war how there are no goodies and baddies that everyone commits crimes that everyone seeks revenge and both believe they are right There are spies and torture martyrs and suicide bombers there's even an allusion to the Holocaust It's all laid on pretty thickly with little emotional impact to it all I found myself skipping over the endless bombingraid scenes as after awhile one seemed very like another or was that the lesson I was supposed to learn about warfare? Ooh very tricky NessThere's also a half hearted attempt at a love triangle As usual with YA love triangles I am always voting for the wrong guy and hoping that they'll just have sex already so I don't have to read about the electric sensation they feel when their elbows touchAll in all it's not a terrible series But there are so many recycled devices from YA lit here and so little proper character development that I can't say I'll remember this book series as bringing anything new or interesting to the table hide spoiler


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    This is a really interesting planet in which everybody can hear and see the chaotic inner thoughts of men animals and the sentient native humanoid aliens But the constant information has driven most people a little crazyand one megalomaniac a LOT crazy I couldn't put the books down but I'm kind of glad to be leaving the craziness behind at the same timeBecause through three entire books two innocent good hearted teenagers are chased controlled betrayed and nearly killed by the adults around them over and over and over and over and over and over and over again I mean these kids REALLY can't catch a break Or even catch their breath half the time before something else totally gut wrenching happens to them These two teenagers bond very uickly while all these horrible things happen to them and vow to protect each other They have an intense I would die for you devotion almost from the start that's a little over the top but helps drive the plot uite compellingly I like that the author weaves in lots of moral dilemmas and suffering over bad choices Especially for a book aimed at teenagers this seems appropriate to really show a couple of teenagers thinking about what kind of people they want to be in the world The trilogy is in large part an anti war parable with a lot of graphic violence to leave you with the clear message of how horrible war is And a fair amount of reflection afterwards on how horrible the violence is just in case you missed the pointBut oh man there is hardly a moment of PEACE in the entire thing I need to go read something about butterflies and unicorns now Or at least something where people are leading normal everyday lives and have time to explore what loving each other actually means rather than being forced to scream each other's names in panic multiple times a day


  5. says:

    Patrick Ness is one of my favourite authors This box set Chaos Walking is a perfect reason for an early Christmas shopping day The box set contains The Knife of Never a Letting Go The Ask And Answer Monster Of Men The Nioise is a man unfiltered and without a filter A man is just chaos walking This Chaos Walking box set is a bargain published by Walker Books at £2399I would like to thank walker books for sending me my fabulous package box set


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    I first read these books eight long years ago at the age of twelve and I thoroughly enjoyed them but they didn't really come to mind as my favorite books For the longest time I simply claimed The Hunger Games as favorites pardon the inevitable ill fitting comparison to a different YA trilogy but that has begun to feel stale like I'm not being entirely honest when I say it About a month ago I was struck with a sudden urge to reread the Chaos Walking trilogy and I found myself loving them even than the first time I read them Perhaps eight critical years of personal development gave me to identify with sympathy with predicaments that I found mirrored in my own life and greater appreciation for the horrible decisions the characters are forced into making But I'll get back to thematic topics later on because I first need to elaborate on my original motivation for rereading these books the protagonist Todd HewittNo other fictional character I can think of has impacted me the way Todd has in ways I haven't always been aware of Half of my reason for writing this review was how unnerved I became reading negative reviews that asserted that Todd is somehow unsympathetic because in my experience that couldn't possibly be further from the truth Long after I forgot some of the finer plot details I still remembered Todd Like Todd I find myself so often ruled by guilt and remorse which made his struggles all the real to me however foreign they were on the surface Todd isn't perfect Through the course of the trilogy he does some terrible things It is important to remember however that he is a teenager a boy brought up in an insular hypermasculine town in a culture that prides itself on violence and hate For the most part Todd fights against this as someone in tune with his emotions someone who lets himself feel as the soft hearted boy who can't kill Inevitably he does fail on occasion but never without an enormous amount of regret and personal suffering Todd is uniue among his peers but he is also not an islandThis brings me to a key theme of the trilogy that pretty much flew over my head when I was twelve the destructive effect of masculinity particularly on youth Todd is the most obvious embodiment of this struggle but there's a secondary character view spoiler Davy Prentiss Jr hide spoiler


  7. says:

    Wait is this the whole series in one book? Because I need that


  8. says:

    I'm reviewing this trilogy as a single book because that's how I devoured it This is another one of the young adult books that tackles a morally ambiguous universe in a clear eyed realistic and useful way without skimping on all the other elements that make young adult fantasy so great aliens a love story struggles for power enhanced mental abilities a long journey talking animals etcYou can read the synopsis of the story anywhere else so I'll just say the essentials here A world where everyone can hear what every man thinks but not what any woman does An intelligent native species A struggling human colony with another wave of settlers on the way A girl from space A boy who doesn't know history in a world of adults driven by their interpretation of the pastThere are a lot of books that pit young adults against grown ups who don't live up to expectations or who turn out to be deeply flawed The thing that really sets this story apart is the time Patrick Ness devotes to demonstrating that everyone is flawed that flawed doesn't mean unredeemable and that being redeemable doesn't always mean that you get redeemed He explores how people betray their own principles when they get caught up in struggles for power but also when they're acting to protect people they love He shows how easy it is to become just moderately evil in the service of preventing a greater evil and the conseuences that can have Nobody in this book is a hero without stain Nobody in this book is utterly evil Nobody in this book is selfless and nobody gets to escape the past unharmed The story starts with intra human conflicts but in the latter half of the series broadens to include an unexpectedly deep storyline about the human alien war that like Laini Taylor's Daughter of Smoke and Bone series digs into how two sides in existential conflict can choose to move toward peace The story here is than Us learning to perceive the Other as creatures like ourselves It digs into the choices around reconciliation and forgiveness and revenge in ways that are very uncharacteristic for young adult fiction And because Patrick Ness deserves praise for this too the story includes powerful but imperfect women people of color people of different sexual orientation and people of differing mental abilities all without making a big deal out of it or blaring a big Look how inclusive my story is sign They're just people and being from a historically marginalized group doesn't get them special treatment or give them an inexplicably superior moral compass One uick caveat for those of you who don't like it when books get creative with the layout of their text there is a fair amount of text illustration several fonts are used throughout the book generally to a good purpose in my opinion Additionally a lot of sentences in the story end with dashes so if look at a page of Emily Dickenson's poetry fills you with homicidal rage you might want to find a stick to bite on while you read this But you should read it because it's true


  9. says:

    I picked up this series because I was intrigued by the titles of the first two books A book with a title like The Knife of Never Letting Go has to be good right? And yes I was rightI sacrifice a little of my anti war reading okay I have no such thing but I did skip a few pages in Monsters of Men didn't want that picture in my head to read from this brilliant author All first person with great voice This was one of the few times where a story was told from multiple points of view books 2 and 3 where I wasn't confused as to who was speaking AND I felt that it greatly enhanced the story Only problem other than the war themes sometimes you can't keep what's happened straight The back story keeps changing as the main character is told different versions I'm not saying that's a bad thing I felt it made the read a little exciting but if that's the sort of thing that bothers you be wary


  10. says:

    I LOVED this trilogy absolutely brilliant