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Neal Shusterman

Auteur de Les Fragmentés

102+ oeuvres 34,592 utilisateurs 1,464 critiques 53 Favoris

A propos de l'auteur

Neal Shusterman was born in Brooklyn, New York on November 12, 1962. He received degrees in psychology and drama from the University of California, Irvine. Within a year of graduating, he had his first book deal and a screenwriting job. He has written numerous books including The Dark Side of afficher plus Nowhere, Red Rider's Hood, The Shadow Club, The Shadow Club Rising, The Eyes of Kid Midas, Shattered Sky, Unwind, and Antsy Does Time. He won the National Book Award for Young People's Literature in 2015 for Challenger Deep. He also writes several series including the Skinjacker Trilogy, the Star Shards Chronicles, and the Unwind Dystology. As a screen and television writer, he has written for the Goosebumps and Animorphs television series, and wrote the Disney Channel Original Movie Pixel Perfect. (Bowker Author Biography) afficher moins
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Œuvres de Neal Shusterman

Les Fragmentés (2007) 5,989 exemplaires
Scythe (2016) 5,528 exemplaires
Thunderhead (2018) 2,817 exemplaires
The Toll (2019) 2,088 exemplaires
Everlost (2006) 2,011 exemplaires
UnWholly (2012) 1,529 exemplaires
Challenger Deep (2015) 1,240 exemplaires
The Schwa was Here (2004) 1,235 exemplaires
Dry (2018) 1,158 exemplaires
UnSouled (2013) 1,079 exemplaires
Bruiser (2010) 866 exemplaires
Full Tilt (2003) 855 exemplaires
Undivided (2014) 761 exemplaires
Everwild (2009) 733 exemplaires
Downsiders (1999) 683 exemplaires
Everfound (2011) 487 exemplaires
Antsy Does Time (2008) 393 exemplaires
The Shadow Club (1990) 331 exemplaires
Dread Locks (2005) 330 exemplaires
The Dark Side of Nowhere (1997) 327 exemplaires
Game Changer (2021) 286 exemplaires
Roxy (2021) 206 exemplaires
The Scorpion Shards (1995) 199 exemplaires
UnStrung (2012) 190 exemplaires
The Eyes of Kid Midas (1992) 183 exemplaires
Edison's Alley (Accelerati Trilogy) (2015) 152 exemplaires
Duckling Ugly (2006) 150 exemplaires
Red Rider's Hood (2005) 148 exemplaires
Speeding Bullet (1991) 138 exemplaires
Thief of Souls (1999) 132 exemplaires
The Shadow Club Rising (2002) 123 exemplaires
Shattered Sky (2002) 110 exemplaires
Ship Out of Luck (2013) 80 exemplaires
Courage to Dream (2023) 69 exemplaires
What Daddy Did (1991) 59 exemplaires
Dissidents (1705) 42 exemplaires
Chasing Forgiveness (2015) 30 exemplaires
Get Your Book On! (2011) 10 exemplaires
Resurrection Bay (2013) 7 exemplaires
Zniwa smierci. Tom 1. Kosiarze (2023) 6 exemplaires
Piggyback Ninja (1994) 5 exemplaires
Downside Up 5 exemplaires
Guy Talk (1987) 4 exemplaires
Kosení (2023) 2 exemplaires
Break to You 2 exemplaires
Cribas (2024) 1 exemplaire
Fenster in der Nacht (2024) 1 exemplaire
Glebia Challengera (2023) 1 exemplaire
Bez citu (2022) 1 exemplaire
Bez šance (2020) 1 exemplaire
Kosiarze (2017) 1 exemplaire
Sucho (2019) 1 exemplaire
Unwind: Bez šance (Unwind, #1) (2016) 1 exemplaire
Teslas loft (2014) 1 exemplaire
CHALLENGER DEEP 1 exemplaire

Oeuvres associées

Violent Ends (2015) — Contributeur — 253 exemplaires
Guys Read: Other Worlds (2013) — Contributeur — 244 exemplaires
Bites: Scary Stories to Sink Your Teeth Into (2009) — Contributeur — 147 exemplaires
Ender's World: Fresh Perspectives on the SF Classic Ender's Game (2013) — Contributeur — 136 exemplaires
Twice Told: Original Stories Inspired by Original Artwork (2006) — Contributeur — 111 exemplaires
Nights of the Living Dead: An Anthology (2017) — Contributeur — 103 exemplaires
What Are You Afraid Of?: Stories about Phobias (2006) — Contributeur — 90 exemplaires
Dreams and Visions: Fourteen Flights of Fantasy (2006) — Contributeur — 54 exemplaires
Scary Out There (2016) — Contributeur — 46 exemplaires


Partage des connaissances



Found: Boy from underground world à Name that Book (Décembre 2021)


The airplane graveyard, and the safe space is no more. Many kids were captured or killed and now Connor and Lev are on the run. They are off to find a hidden human who may be just the answer they need to defeat Proactive Citizenry. However, after a dangerous run in with a “fan” in small town America, they pick up a new ally, and a new set of problems.

Risa is trying to live with the changes she didn’t want, and Cam, our parts boy, wants to use his “perfect” self to take down the very people who made him.

These books are amazing. The rights the kids are fighting for, and the answers they find are astounding, and somewhat predictable. Kind of like the Purge movies. An organization making and fighting both sides of a moral war. This book is not as much of a gut punch as books one and books 2, but it is the need continuation to show the readers history, and how they might change it.
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LibrarianRyan | 37 autres critiques | Jun 7, 2024 |
This was a masterpiece- but what else have I come to expect from Neal Shusterman? He's cool like that.

This book comes from a completely implausible premise- a boy named Brewster who automatically takes on the wounds of everyone he loves. His brother Cody kicks a rock? It's Brew's toe that hurts. Neal Shusterman has a knack for writing the supernatural believably. His character's don't go into long explanations of how they're "this way". Like in The Schwa Was Here, the character doesn't know why he has this power, and he doesn't like it, but he's learned to live with it.

This book was also relatable. The unnatural was explored through well-understood circumstances of high school life, sports injuries, teenage friendships, romances, and rivalries, abuse, and parents' divorce.

I love how Shusterman described the soft terror of not feeling upset.
I love how little-boyish Cody was. It's hard as a grown person to put yourself back in your third-grade brain and think how you would have responded at that age. Shusterman has it down.
I love how Brewster and Brontë were friends. Not Just Friends, but their relationship wasn't all making out and cuddling and stuff. It was watching out for each other and trying to help each other- even if sometimes their help wasn't as good as they thought it would be. They are possibly the normalest literary teen couple I've read (at least since I was a teenager myself).
I love Tennyson's friendships with his sister and her boyfriend. He was a good friend. He was also really selfish, which is human nature.
I LOVE the scene of the uncle's stroke. Has Neal Shusterman had a stroke and remembers what is was like? Whoa.
I love how the first chapter made me laugh out loud multiple times ("Rest her soul") and then the book got so heart-wrenching and serious. This is how you write. I took the bait from the first 2 pages and then I was reeled into this world of heartache, or the emptiness of its absence.
I love the whole vegetarianism thing.
I love the format of a lot a Brew's poetry. There's the one that works itself backwards at the end, it's really cool. Sometimes the verse form seemed force but other times it was so awesomely effective.

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johanna.florez21 | 48 autres critiques | May 27, 2024 |
Holy Cow, this book was intense, in part because it really seems like something that could happen in America's future. Loved it.
johanna.florez21 | 412 autres critiques | May 27, 2024 |
Fortunately, and unfortunately, I don't have all that much to say about this book. It was a quick read with a really interesting premise behind it. I was intrigued enough to keep moving through it but was never really invested or gripped by it.

I was hooked at the beginning by the idea that society had reached such a point that humans would live forever. The only way someone could pass was by being gleaned by a scythe. The scythes are selected for apprenticeships and go through a year-ish term learning from their mentor. Sounds cool right! Absolutely. However, at times it felt rushed, and others felt too long. Basically, the pacing seemed off. I don't mind a book that switches POVs, which this one seems to do, but it isn't always obvious from the start when the POVs switch.

I think the biggest issue for me was that I could not get invested in either of the two characters. As mentioned, the plot idea is great! pacing was off, but I can forgive a lot if I am invested in the characters. These two... I could take or leave. Supposedly there is a romantic theme that is supposed to be in there, but it seemed really forced and truly they were words not feeling to me.

The book was good enough for me to give the next book in the series a chance. It wasn't a bad book by any means, I just wanted more from a book that has so much promise! I did appreciate the ending though. It left me wondering where the plot line will go with plenty of questions needing to be answered.
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kames04 | 204 autres critiques | May 23, 2024 |


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