Beast by Ally Kennen – book cover, description, publication history. “I really love this book BEAST should be a monster hit” Amanda Craig, THE TIMES “BEAST has a tension that never lets up. Ally Kennen is a remarkably. Beast [Ally Kennen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In the depths of a reservoir lives a monstrous creature. Its existence is unknown to.
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So I took it over and found it a surprisingly good read. Further suggestions might be found on the article’s talk page.
The POV is first-person, present tense, speaking to an undefined “you. It was an okay read.
In my mind a vague shape of a dinosaur or some other kind of monster had formed. Santa’s High-tech Christmas Mike Dumbleton. Kayla i haven’t read the book but alpy think it is a crocodile. Aug 27, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: Stephen is a likeable protagonist, if something of a anti-hero with his criminal past.
Ally Kennen: Beast
Pages to import images to Wikidata All stub articles. Gulped it down in one kejnen. A crocodile is actually pretty underwhelming. Aug 09, Sara rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The farm was a foster home to many children and teenagers.
I can’t afford any more. For four years he has kept a terrifying creature locked up in a remote hiding place.
I would recommend Beast to anyone who like a little okey a lot of suspense served with a down right gripping story about the young life of a boy who messes up but tries to make the best of it. In the end I began to like Stephen, and to be eknnen to hear his voice with his thoughts, rather than only the cold narration the book began with.
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I don’t remember that much so it couldn’t have been too good, but I remember the title and plot so it couldn’t hav I don’t know what to even rate this book. I was surprised it got out like half way through and I kept expecting the pace to pick up but? Stephen is a year-old foster child living on the edge of the law.
Children’s Book Review: Beast by Ally Kennen, Author Push $ (p) ISBN
Stephen hasn’t had it easy. Continue the devine wook Miss or Mrs Kennen. I love little extras like these that add to the atmosphere of the book. Yb so much for Stephen.
You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This bleak but gripping story paints teenager Stephen as an ultimate hard-luck case; he’s been shuffled around foster families and has a criminal record and an alcoholic father who lives in the woods. The beast is a huge crocodile that his father gave him, and it’s big and bu and dangerous and he has to figure out what to do with it.
I thought it was kinda sad how his life was had to be in a foster care his whole life and dint get to see his real parents as much as i do. Quite entertaining, good voice.
In the first page he sets his stall out pretty clearly, with his worst-things-I’ve-done list, which includes theft, vandalism, arson and