[PDF] ↠ Unlimited ☆ The Supernaturalist : by Eoin Colfer ✓ #2020


  • Title: The Supernaturalist
  • Author: Eoin Colfer
  • ISBN: 9780786267668
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Hardcover

  • The Supernaturalist By Eoin Colfer In the future, in a place called Satellite City, fourteen year old Cosmo Hill enters the world, unwanted by his parents He s sent to the Clarissa Frayne Institute for Parentally Challenged Boys Freight class Eoin Colfer has created an eerie and captivating world part Blade Runner, part futuristic Dickens replete with nonstop action, humor, and a spellbinding cast ofIn the future, in a place called Satellite City, fourteen year old Cosmo Hill enters the world, unwanted by his parents He s sent to the Clarissa Frayne Institute for Parentally Challenged Boys Freight class Eoin Colfer has created an eerie and captivating world part Blade Runner, part futuristic Dickens replete with nonstop action, humor, and a spellbinding cast of characters.
    Eoin Colfer
    Eoin Colfer pronounced Owen was born in Wexford on the South East coast of Ireland in 1965, where he and his four brothers were brought up by his father and mother, who were both educators.He received his degree from Dublin University and began teaching primary school in Wexford He has lived and worked all over the world, including Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Italy After the publication of the Artemis Fowl novels, Eoin retired from teaching and now writes full time He lives in Ireland with his wife and two children.

    The Supernaturalist By Eoin Colfer

    Commentaires:

    Mitchel Broussard
    Time to review another oldie DThis is one of those books that I absolutely LOVE but am terrified to re read and find out it s not as great as my 12 year old naive mind remembers it.But, anyway, it is epic, with great stories, lovably mean characters, cool sci fi cyberpunk elements and an AMAZING finale it s on this giant floating weather baloon space station thing, i really dont remember much just that i was drooling all over myself I swear the first thing i remember thinking upon finishing this [...]

    Lisa
    Spoiler Alert I liked the beginning of this book, however near the end there were way too many 180 degree turns Stefan is one unlucky guy First his mother dies because of him Then he starts his vengeance on the blue creatures by destroying them Then he finds out he s not destroying them, only helping them reproduce He thinks he s getting help from Ellen Faustino, only to find out that she used him, and she s responsible for his mother s death He s just destroyed thousands of blue creatures, and [...]

    Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)
    The Supernaturalist is intriguing dystopian science fiction that would appeal to a younger reader or even older readers who aren t looking for a story that s highly sophisticated Overall, I liked it, although I was dissatisfied with some elements.British actor Chiwetel Ejiofor one of my actor crushes narrates this book very capably, using diverse accents for the characters I am glad I chose to listen to this even though I have a paper copy I liked hearing it, which stimulated my imagination in a [...]

    Nikki
    The Supernaturalist is very like Artemis Fowl in tone It s fun and quick, but I didn t get into it as much as Artemis Fowl the characters, I guess, are the problem I liked Stefan, and maybe Ditto, but the others were kinda meh I didn t get much idea of what drives anyone, apart from Stefan.Plot wise, it s okay, but everything feels too easily The group are too easily tricked, they escape too easily There are fun ideas in the background, like the paralegals being pretty much like cops in this wor [...]

    Adil
    SupernaturalistEoin Colfer272pgs078685149The SuperNaturalist is an incredibly addicting and interesting book written by Eoin Colfer, a highly respected author who has also written the Artemis Fowl series Anyway, ths book takes place in the near future where everything is polluted and the world is very technology advanced but very bitter and mean The story zooms in on the life and times of Cosmo Hill, an orphan living in a facility where children are tested on.Cosmo s life changes completely when [...]

    Jessica (Goldenfurpro)
    Don t hate me, but I had to DNF this book.For some reason I just couldn t get into the book I loved the world building, but I didn t feel a connection with any of the characters at all I honestly don t know why, I just didn t care I was just so bored by this book this small book There were plenty of events happening, but since I didn t care about the characters, it didn t interest me.Sorry guys, maybe I m just in a weird slump.

    Sara ♥
    Dec 1, 2009Eoin Colfer TOTALLY needs to write a sequel Does he expect me to just keep reading this one over and over again Really Nov 21, 2008It was cute I couldn t help but wonder if Eoin was going to write a sequel or not I don t know that he s planning to, but it would work It ended really well, and the whole thing was REALLY INTERESTING And the twists in the plot This author has a gift

    Mimi
    This book gets three stars, because I did like it, but I did not think it was breathtaking or earth shattering Some of it felt rushed, maybe I m not sure My main question the whole book really doesn t completely relate to the book The question is why are all of the books that I find to read about future societies always so depressing Why have we always ruined the planet or had massive nuclear wars or have one unified government and lots of downtrodden, unhappy people Am I just reading the wron [...]

    Martin Patrick
    Despite the lack of compelling characters or compelling ideas, I found myself unable to stop reading it until I was done The ending was a little unsatisfactory though, as the central conflict was resolved, but the peripheral conflict was not and was left wide open.Characters Meh The main character, an orphan, didn t even pull on my heartstrings that much Maybe I m a cold hearted jerk The dialogue for each character fits with their backstory, but they all talk the same, except for the obvious cha [...]

    Jennifer H
    Hm, I just didn t like this book The very basic story is really interesting, but the trip of filling it out wasn t fantastic Then, I think with not loving it, I couldn t help but just find the end unbelievable I mean, you have these blue beings angels, demons, supernatural beings that are at first thought to be hurting people, but then are taking away pain, and they are victimized by the evil ex cop scientist to make nuclear power Straight up, weird I think the turning point of not liking the bo [...]

    Zandt McCue
    I started this book during a huge period of downtime for me where I was devouring books left and right For whatever reason I just couldn t handle this one I gave up after a few pages I made it further in Twilight than this and I m a huge Eoin Colfer fan Maybe I ll give it another go, but for those interested on inputI feel like it didn t have the Eoin Colfer feel to it At least not the beginning.

    M.J.
    Great Sci fi to help turn teen reader into an adult reader.I was torn between 4 and 5 stars, let s call it 4.5 being an author I fully support rounding up.This book seems to be heavily influenced by Snow Crash which it just happens I am also reading now not the story, just the world Then again, Snow Crash was influenced by other dystopian novels.The book is about a band of characters, most teens, who are fighting creatures that only they can see The MC has just escaped certain death at a local o [...]

    Maninee
    the book was good though not really the best of colfer s works even the wish list was better, here are the reasons why i thought that the book could have been better 1 sense of humour or rather the lack of it i know that many people will disagree but having read the artemis fowl series and the wish list, i must say that eoin colfer has a much much better a sense of humour i really miss those witty dialogues that filled every page of the fowl series 2 the plot fighting the parasites was a good mo [...]

    Carrie Slager
    As a book reviewer, I hate to use clich s, but there really is only one word to describe The Supernaturalist unique Eoin Colfer s famous Artemis Fowl series and even his stand alone novel, The Wish List have overshadowed his brilliant science fiction novel Written with the humour and imagination I have come to expect from him, The Supernaturalist is absolutely brilliant.Cosmo is pretty much your stereotypical protagonist in the beginning, but as the story progresses, he develops at a very natur [...]

    Ave
    Satellite city is a place in our future it has everything the body needs and nothing what the soul wants Steel builings, high tec for everything, multibillion corporation terror, polluted air the list goes on The main character is 14 year old Cosmo Hill, named by the place where he was found in, escaped prisoner from the Clarissa Frayne Institute for Parentally Challenged Boys Escaped and saved from the blue creatures who seem to be sucking the life out of you by a group called The Supernaturali [...]

    Lauren
    Truly, this was a disappointment to me while it has gripping action scenes and interesting characters, I expected as much originality from Eoin Colfer s as in his Artemis Fowl series This book resonated as of the same disgusting dark future tale with just a different mystery about it I think that the major problem I had was that I felt I was just too old for this book when I read it Thus, I would encourage only people younger than 17yrs to read it.As I have said, this is your typical science fi [...]

    Brandi
    My Actual Rating 3.5The Supernaturalist is a good book, but it s definitely written for a younger audience For example, for the experienced reader, there are no real plot twists because you can predict what s going to happen because everything that happens is all too easy and neat Another flaw of the book is that the character development is not as strong as it could have been For those of you who ve also read any Artemis Fowl books, you ll note that Artemis Fowl and Co have far developed char [...]

    Vojtěch
    Sci fi od Colfera je trochu jin lek k vy, ne na jak jsem zvykl Ale koneckonc se mi to l bilo Jen m m men tu en , e mlad ten i nebudou m t d ky v emo n m v deck m term n m ajn, co v danou chv li hlavn hrdinov prov d.

    Joost
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    Vicki (The Wolf's Den)
    Not bad, really, but not as good as his other books There was a very rich world created for this story, bigger than we were able to fully explore, and I wish we d gotten to experience of it However the plot dictated otherwise This plot didn t seem to know where it wanted to go Perhaps it was following too many characters for the story length Or maybe the story ended up being too big for the page count I just know I felt like random twists kept coming out of nowhere, and I didn t feel like the c [...]

    Niina
    Viel v h n aikaa sitten maailma ratkesi liitoksistaan Maapallolla ei yksinkertaisesti ollut tilaa kaikille s 145 Artemis Fowl sarjastaan parhaiten tunnetun Eoin Colferin Supernaturalistin tapahtumamilj n on Sateliittikaupunki l hitulevaisuudessa Kaupunkia kutsutaan toiselta nimelt Romutarhaksi, sill monet talot on rakennettu romuraudasta ja niiden rakenteissa asuu ruostepunkkeja, uusi el m nmuoto, joka selviytyy torakoitakin paremmin Kaupungin yll leijuu valtava Myishi 9 sateliitti, joka hoitaa [...]

    Eddie Harris
    This book was one of those which I picked up and couldn t put down As someone who didn t really read that is saying something It has a strong character arch for the main character who goes from being alone to finding his place in a world turned upside down Excellent read, easy and enjoyable if you re just looking for something to binge.

    emrys merlin
    DNF at pg 50 I m sorry Colfer, but I just can t do it It s just so cheesy

    Majuchan
    I was supernaturally hooked with this one Review will come soon.With this book, I m now officially afirmfan of Eoin Colfer Hooray It has great plot about an orphan and a group of teenagers against the parasites that are only visible to selected few individuals Or are they really against the right opponent Or are they just beating around the bush The story takes us to discovering the truth about the parasites and the story of each supernaturalist.A must read for all ages EColferFanHere

    Fred Vargus
    One of the New York Times best selling books, The Supernaturalist, is a very suspenseful and intense book It was written by one of the New York Times best selling authors, Eoin Colfer, as well This fiction book is about a boy in the future named Cosmo Hill, the books main character and protagonist He grew up in the Clarissa Frayne Institute for Parentally Challenged Boys, Freight class, in Satellite city a future city that it has everything the body needs and nothing what the soul wants Steel bu [...]

    Pedro Rodriguez
    Eoin Colfer s The Supernaturalist catches my emotions with its suspension and unique style In my opinion this book is one of my favorites because of the way the author tells the story in the 3rd person Also because I just love science fictional novels.The theme of this book is that friends will always be there for you and to believe in yourself and the ones around you For example when Stefan had doubts about his friends and his friends still stay with him It also tells us to never give up even w [...]

    Claire
    The SupernaturalistBy Eoin ColferSci Fi267 pagesThe Supernaturalist is a story that takes place in the future and in a city called Satellite City The city is extremely polluted and it is made completely out of a metal called pig iron It is a horrible place to live if you live in the wrong place The main character is an orphan named Cosmonaut Hill because that was where he was found as a baby He lived in Clarissa Frayne Institute for Parentally Challenged, which is a complicated and relatively ni [...]

    Ivyclad Ideas
    I feel really conflicted about this one I don t usually like the idea that the future is a terrible place, partly because it s depressing and partly because dystopian fiction couldn t exist without it, but I thought that it was done well in The Supernaturalist The world building was incredible I loved the paralegals, who were somewhere between horrific and hilarious There are waivers to be signed, indeed I also liked the idea of Clarissa Frayne and Cosmo s need to escape from it.Unfortunately, I [...]

    Peter.b
    This book is by the author who created Artemis Fowl, but this book is a different book from the Artemis Fowl books Nevertheless, this book is a bit similar to the series and has bit of the same action The main character is different from Artemis who lived in a life of luxary if you call it luxary , Cosmos grew up in a orphanage, or lets rather say a torture prison Cosmos was a no sponser who was left on Cosmosnaut Hill and was sent to Clarissa Frayne Institute for Parentally Challenged Boys beca [...]

    The Rad Books
    Written for theradbooksSummary This story takes place in the future, in a city called Satellite City Cosmo Hill, a fourteen year old orphan lives at Clarissa Frayne Institute for Parentally Challenged Boys Here the boys pay their way by assembling things, testing products, really just being a slave While the boys are being transported back from where they worked that day, Cosmo sees a chance to escape with his friend After having a near death experience during the escape, Cosmo wakes up with a n [...]

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