Publish date: 2010-06-22
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Disappointing because I expected more action and this was more of a quite, contemplative novel, which can easily be appealing, I just approached Nomansland expecting adventure and physical confrontation to balance the psychological brutality.
Short and Sweet: From the summary, Nomansland appears to be an apocalyptic wonderland featuring a women's only society. Men are the enemy? Young girls not allowed friendships? Rules meant to be followed with no questions asked? To me, that sounds like a rebellion just waiting to happen. And it is wh...
When I first picked up Nomansland, I didn’t know what to expect. I only knew that once I saw the gorgeous cover, I had to read the book. This cover really is a siren’s song to me; it has a girl on horseback, shooting an arrow, and she is surrounded by soft textures that contrast with her powerful ...
Imagine a world where there are only women and men are considered criminals. On an island called Foundland, Keller is a teenager training to be a Tracker. Trackers are expert archers and equestrians and meant to protect the shores of their island from the enemy – men.Foundland is run by a group of ...
It's a bit of shame, but I didn't care for Lesley Hauge's Nomansland as much as I expected I would. It was ok, but not stellar. Pity.Keller lives on an island with only women. All things feminine have been denoted as anathema, and practicing one of the seven Pitfalls can earn you punishment. The Pit...