No Shame, No Fear

No Shame, No Fear

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By (author) Ann Turnbull

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  • Publisher: Candlewick Press (MA)
  • Format: Paperback | 293 pages
  • Dimensions: 127mm x 196mm x 18mm | 295g
  • Publication date: 12 September 2006
  • Publication City/Country: Cambridge, MA
  • ISBN 10: 0763631906
  • ISBN 13: 9780763631901
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Sales rank: 538,980

Product description

"A love affair between Quaker Susanna and merchant's son Will plays out against the persecution of Friends in seventeenth-century England. . . . An engrossing plot and a moving love story." -- THE HORN BOOK An American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults A Bank Street College Best Book of the Year A Richie's Picks Best Book of the Year "The complexities of social order and religious persecution unfold gracefully. A tender, involving story, beautifully told." -- KIRKUS REVIEWS (starred review) "Readers will be hard-pressed to discover two more truly likable and better matched characters, more deserving of a happy ending." -- BULLETIN OF THE CENTER FOR CHILDREN'S BOOKS

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Author information

Ann Turnbull has written many books for young readers, including NO FRIEND OF MINE, HOUSE OF GHOSTS, MAROO OF THE WINTER CAVES, and PIGEON SUMMER, which was short-listed for the Smarties Book Prize. NO SHAME, NO FEAR is her first book for young adults. She says, "This is a story I have been wanting to write for a long time, ever since I learned about the early Quakers and was struck by their vitality and their extraordinary courage." Ann Turnbull lives in Shropshire, England.

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"Here is a novel that needs a trumpet to be blown for it. . . . We see the narrative unfolding through the alternating viewpoints of William and Susanna, and this allows us access to every part of a society which is both complex and fascinating. We learn a great deal (without a hint of the author stuffing the narrative with her research for our edification) about seventeenth-century manners, morals, clothes, medicine, reading, eating, and penal conditions. We learn about the quiet faith and bravery of the Quakers. . . . But the main pleasure here is the touching love story. The end of the novel, which reduced this reader to tears, leaves you longing for the sequel." -- Adele Geras, THE GUARDIAN -- Adele Geras, THE GUARDIAN