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READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ Beyond The Burning Time Point Signature ↠ [Reading] ➶ Beyond The Burning Time Point Signature ➽ Kathryn Lasky – Helpyouantib.co.uk They say something very strange is happening to some of the people of Salem That some of the young girls have become troubled And the fear is beginning tOf the accused is Mary's motherNow Mary and her brother Caleb have a decision to make Are the villagers right Or is their mother innocent And if she is can they help her escape before it's too lat. I had never heard of this book until I found an ex library copy for sale at my local branch Historical MG for 010 What on earth would I have to lose Well I'm honestly not the world's biggest fan of historical fiction though I do read it on occasion so the book languished on my shelves for a few years I've been slowly eBaying off my 1000 book collection for the past year or so now and I wanted to make sure I gave this book a go before I got rid of itAll in all Beyond the Burning Time was solid MG historical fiction It's no Witch of Blackbird Pond disclaimer it's probably been nearly a decade since I read that one so my memories of it are almost certainly a bit off but I remember loving it but it's a solid story about witch hysteria set in the village of Salem and neighboring Salem Town It uses the backdrop of the real life tragedy to tell a fictional story of a family victimized by the many false accusations flying around town and while I think it does a good job pointing out the inherent misogyny greed etc motivating such hysteria periods of history I wonder if the book doesn't suffer a bit for centering itself on fictional people instead of one of the many real historical figures who are relegated to supporting roles hereAnd honestly I would suggest literally any edit that got Gilly out of the book He's a potentially problematic character I'm not knowledgeable enough on the nuance of portrayals of the disabled in media to say either way and his POV sections legitimately made me nauseated what with his stomach churning fetish for some dead guy's old shoes and foot sweat smell and I'm gagging just writing that and his truly disturbing documented on page thought process while stalking that very dead man's widow WHY LASKY WHYview spoilerMore than anything though I think the book suffers a bit in its last fifty pages or so as it tries to wrangle a happy ending for the characters I expected Virginia to die; she did not Odd though it is to say that I'm disappointed a children's book didn't kill off the children's mother I am The circumstances that come together to enable Virginia's survival are undeniably contrived They're properly built up or less almost all the pieces to the puzzle were properly foreshadowed to the point that savvy readers will know by 13 of the way through the book that those elements will be used somehow in the climax but I genuinely never expected those elements to build up to a conclusion that kept Virginia alive and I'm not entirely convinced that I can suspend my disbelief to the point of accepting the logic behind that they did It all makes sense sure; it's just that after building up an entire narrative of utter unfair unavoidable tragedy like a train being deliberately driven off the tracks it just feels false for that someone to pull the emotional crux of the story out of the way of that train at the very last second shrug hide spoiler

Beyond The Burning Time Point SignatureOf the accused is Mary's motherNow Mary and her brother Caleb have a decision to make Are the villagers right Or is their mother innocent And if she is can they help her escape before it's too lat. I had never heard of this book until I found an ex library copy for sale at my local branch Historical MG for 010 What on earth would I have to lose Well I'm honestly not the world's biggest fan of historical fiction though I do read it on occasion so the book languished on my shelves for a few years I've been slowly eBaying off my 1000 book collection for the past year or so now and I wanted to make sure I gave this book a go before I got rid of itAll in all Beyond the Burning Time was solid MG historical fiction It's no Witch of Blackbird Pond disclaimer it's probably been nearly a decade since I read that one so my memories of it are almost certainly a bit off but I remember loving it but it's a solid story about witch hysteria set in the village of Salem and neighboring Salem Town It uses the backdrop of the real life tragedy to tell a fictional story of a family victimized by the many false accusations flying around town and while I think it does a good job pointing out the inherent misogyny greed etc motivating such hysteria periods of history I wonder if the book doesn't suffer a bit for centering itself on fictional people instead of one of the many real historical figures who are relegated to supporting roles hereAnd honestly I would suggest literally any edit that got Gilly out of the book He's a potentially problematic character I'm not knowledgeable enough on the nuance of portrayals of the disabled in media to say either way and his POV sections legitimately made me nauseated what with his stomach churning fetish for some dead guy's old shoes and foot sweat smell and I'm gagging just writing that and his truly disturbing documented on page thought process while stalking that very dead man's widow WHY LASKY WHYview spoilerMore than anything though I think the book suffers a bit in its last fifty pages or so as it tries to wrangle a happy ending for the characters I expected Virginia to die; she did not Odd though it is to say that I'm disappointed a children's book didn't kill off the children's mother I am The circumstances that come together to enable Virginia's survival are undeniably contrived They're properly built up or less almost all the pieces to the puzzle were properly foreshadowed to the point that savvy readers will know by 13 of the way through the book that those elements will be used somehow in the climax but I genuinely never expected those elements to build up to a conclusion that kept Virginia alive and I'm not entirely convinced that I can suspend my disbelief to the point of accepting the logic behind that they did It all makes sense sure; it's just that after building up an entire narrative of utter unfair unavoidable tragedy like a train being deliberately driven off the tracks it just feels false for that someone to pull the emotional crux of the story out of the way of that train at the very last second shrug hide spoiler

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Beyond The Burning Time Point Signature ò Mother don't hear about the rumors right away They don't know that many of the villagers believe that some of Mary's friends have had spells cast on them by witches Or Beyond The PDF or that one. Salem Witch trials close enough to the historical record that I would be willing to integrate it into a lesson plan that teaches the period This one goes with the economicgreed theory for why it happened has created fictitious characters for its protagonists but happy dance includes text from the actual trial transcripts for one of the trials Yet again the central character is a female I long to find one with a male central character but she's something of a tom boy and there's a lot of talk about ship building so boys might like it I would suggest this for slightly older students high school not middle school as it includes a stalkerpeeping tom some G rated sexuality and a bit of violence Its not that I think the kids couldn't handle it it's their parents READ & DOWNLOAD È HELPYOUANTIB.CO.UK Û Kathryn Lasky

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Kathryn Lasky Û 1 READ & DOWNLOAD They say something very Burning Time PDF #199 strange is happening to some of the people of Salem That some of the young girls have become troubled And the fear is beginning to spread Mary and her. Kathryn Lasky has created a a beautifully told piece of Historical Fiction a book about the Salem Witch Trials as sen through the eyes of one family and in particular a girl by the name of Mary and her brother CalebI've read many books on this subject and Beyond the Burning Time deserves to be recognized as up there with the best The characters and time period come to life And you will most likely find yourself confused horrified and in disbelief that events such as this ever happened in this great country But along with other terrible events they did indeedThis is a work of fiction in that some of the characters are inventions of fiction but the events as everyone knows are not Nor are all the characters in this bookI do not seem to get tired of this subject when it is done well most likely because I never get the answers I seek as nobody really can In BTBT Mary and Caleb's mother is accused of being a witch and much of the book revolves around that plot point but not all of it as many are accused and yes expect a bit of brutality but then again you probably already knew that This book is marketed as YA but anyone can read it if they are interested in the subject natter It is wonderfully written hauntingly atmospheric and deeply touching My favorite book on this subject will always be The witch of Blackbird pond but this is an excellent book that deserves to be read