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Tko ga je oteo? Always the helper, Michele then proceeds to remove the ticks. Yet one day, an top of a hill and in a old house everything for Michele will change in an instant.

After all, nicol life has the best stories. There were no dangers.

He struggles to keep it a secret and to make sense out of what he has discovered. May 24, Nahed. Evil is committed in pursuit of the “good”, the victims are innocent and young, their innocence lost in the most painful way possible, and the story ends without any expectation of redemption or happiness for anyone. After the first couple of chapters I blithely ignored all that precious vocabulary that I didn’t know and really ought to look up, in order to discover what happens to the little boy that Michele finds hidden in a kind of cave.

In fact the ending was so lacking an explanation for the kidnapping that I thought I must be missing a page or two. It opens in a small niccil Italian town where a 10 year old boy discovers a secret in an abandoned farmhouse. I could actually feel the oppressive heat amnaniti the sensation of being stuck in a place where nothing ever happens.

I’m Not Scared by Niccolò Ammaniti

Written in the first person and narrated by a nine year old, the language is simple and Michele’s thinking quite believable for his age and his knowledge of the world. This question contains spoilers… view ammaniit [where was michele shot and who shot him?

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I mostri non esistono. To ask other readers questions about I’m Not Scaredplease sign up. This is Ammaniti’s third book, but his first to be published in the USA.

For people who love good thrillers with good writing, this book is for you. One could never make some of that stuff up. I really liked the setting, and the sense of place in this story. Inhe wrote Me and You Io e tewhich was later adapted into a movie directed by Bernardo Bertolucci.

Perfect for the learner, as this is written from a child’s viewpoint which means the language is not too precious or over literary and you get to learn some of the earthy expletives but not the truly disgusting ones that barely figure in polite beginners’ books. By the end I was both shocked and confused, leaving me with mixed feelings that I hope to clear up by watching the movie adaptation.

To view it, click here. See all 15 questions about I’m Not Scared…. The buildup is slow which made the rushed ending seem out of place. On top of that, it is extremely exciting, so tense that you are forced to push on to find out what happens. Mentre leggevo mi chiedevo cosa avrei fatto se fossi stata Michele. I’d been looking forward to reading this book for quite a while.

Un ragazzino tenuto prigioniero in un buco. Trivia About I’m Not Scared. A lot of dialog, so a quick read. I hope to do this again in the near future, with Italian and other languages, because I really enjoyed the challenge. But was she really trying to kill the dog, or was Michele just being paranoid?

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The book was good, but not great.

This was a good story with beautiful detail and a realistic portrayal of a nine year olds reactions and thoughts. I was so proud of this little boy for going the extra mile for what he thought was right. I must confess that I’ve done no more than flick through the book and check the odd scene here and there.

I was scared of the demons it would awaken inside him. Set in Italy, the translation from Italian to English is extremely noticeable and often interrupts the natural flow of the descriptive sections of the novel.

Me ha sorprendido ammanitti. El libro es sumamente corto y la lectura bastante amena te lo lees en muy poco tiempo.

I’m Not Scared

Ammaniti descrive perfettamente il pensiero di un ragazzino che ha una immaginazione vivace e quindi non prende decisioni come un adulto. I hope to do this again in the near future, with Italian and other languages, because I really enjoyed the ch I read this book for my Italian class. I’m not sure how to describe this book. I urge you to read this. Somehow there is an apparent normality as the entire settlement seems to be involved.

The discovery of the kidnapped boy in the beginning of the book was the most exciting part, and then it was all down hill from there. Then all that the boy has heard, felt and seen he ties them up in the end, like a bundle of hard wires, then hits you with it in the head leaving you dazed.