(The Diary of Pelly D) [PDF/EBOOK] Ë L.J. Adlington

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  • The Diary of Pelly D
  • L.J. Adlington
  • English
  • 15 October 2019
  • 9780060766160

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characters The Diary of Pelly D ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Elly D It's totally secret so if you're reading it I hate you alreadyToni V figures there's no harm in paging through it since he doesn't even know this Pelly DI'm not being arrogant That's just the way it is at school I'm Pelly D It's pretty simple I RULEThe Toni V reads the he thinks Pelly D is rich stupid and petty Yet he can. This is a science fiction novel about life set in the future A man named Toni V finds a diary in the ground when working on demolishing a town s center He starts to read it even though it is against the rules He learns all about the life of a girl named Pelly D She had the perfect life all the popular brands and a extremely nice swimming pool The swimming pool is important to the people of the future because they all have gills Pelly D talks all about her amazing life but then it all changes In her school they start to make people get stamps showing which of the three main families they belong to Pelly D ends up belonging to the lowest and starts to get looked down upon by people from the other families She eventually even is forced to move out of her house and into a very bad house She eventually starts to develop a relationship with a boy named Marek T whom she did not formerly like In the end Toni V reads about how Marek T and Pelly D run away in order to attempt the beginnings of a war and in a way being forced to be slaves to the best family Of Water and the Spirit: Ritual, Magic and Initiation in the Life of an African Shaman (Compass) you're reading it I hate Somebody Else Is On The Moon you alreadyToni V figures there's no harm in paging through it since he doesn't even know this Pelly DI'm not being arrogant That's just the way it is at school I'm Pelly D It's pretty simple I RULEThe Toni V reads the he thinks Pelly D is rich stupid and petty Yet he can. This is a science fiction novel about life set in the future A man named Toni V finds a diary in the ground when working on demolishing a town s center He starts to read it even though it is against the rules He learns all about the life of a girl named Pelly D She had the perfect life all the popular brands and a extremely nice swimming pool The swimming pool is important to the people of the future because they all have gills Pelly D talks all about her amazing life but then it all changes In her school they start to make people get stamps showing which of the three main families they belong to Pelly D ends up belonging to the lowest and starts to get looked down upon by people from the other families She eventually even is forced to move out of her house and into a very bad house She eventually starts to develop a relationship with a boy named Marek T whom she did not formerly like In the end Toni V reads about how Marek T and Pelly D run away in order to attempt the beginnings of a war and in a way being forced to be slaves to the best family

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characters The Diary of Pelly D ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free 't help starting to care for her especially as her words slowly reveal the chilling state of her worldI know it doesn't matter what gene tag you have Mum's made that clear again again like a stuck CD It's just How can I face everyone at school if What happened to Pelly D Toni V needs to know And he has one clueDig dig everywhere. The Diary of Pelly D by LJ AdlingtonI was doing my semi annual purchase of paper books from so usually I have a full list of possibilities in my wish list This time I was a bit scarce to making my numbers and knowing that at least three of the novels I was ordering were going to be epic fiction I thought I d check a few that looked a bit light and that s how The Diary of Pelly D managed to get on my list That and the excellent bargain let me have it for I was a bit concerned that this was listed for ages 7 10 and that one of the main characters was 14 years of age But I m not one of those that subscribe to the notion that books for young adults should be avoided at all cost by adults Still this is middle age and published under a children s label and at some point in my selections I was pushed over my limit and could ve let it slide off my list I m certainly glad I left it there and I have to say that light reading is not what this is This book is for all ages and is uite thought provoking and would definitely be a double treat for the target age levelBeing written in diary form the author LJ Adlington takes some advantage in style by having the writer use strange abbreviations such as Shd Cd Wd for Should Would and Could Fortunately for the reader it s mostly limited to those or I for one would have been a bit troubled Another strange convention is the naming of characters like Tony V and Pelly D There s reason for this that shows up later in the narrative This is a tale that takes place in a fictional future world that has been founded with the notion that the planet would avoid the pitfalls of their home world presumably our Earth and the people lead an idyllic life in a virtual paradiseBut the story itself starts with Tony V a fourteen year old enlisted in the work group to rebuild a city after a great war obviously a war that should never have occurred Tony s job is to break away the rubble for clean up and though there are some who look for treasures in the rubble treasure hunting is not his function So when he finds a simple water container that should be tossed out but weighs than it should his job is to either put it in the trash or turn it over to his supervisor He instead opens it to find a diary which he perceives as trash and should go in the dumpster yet he instead takes it to his bunk and begins reading itThe story that unfolds is two fold in that at the beginning there is the impression that Pelly D is some over privileged youth trying to skirt through life and just narrowly make the grade while having a good time This is probably the one weakness that this narrative has especially for the age group because nothing happens for a long time and even when it begins to happen it s all so subtle that it might be a difficult read for those raised in a culture of instant gratification with the rolling thunder of action packed story telling This is a story of a different pace that in the long run though ponderous is also thought provoking and eye opening in enough ways that I d suggest the reader to give it time to grab their interest because it is well worth readingThis is a story about prejudice and racism but it is mostly a story about how simple things that seem to be harmless though uestionable can easily be used to turn people against each other It also highlights the realization that even in the best planned environment there may always be undercurrents of old hazards and baggage that have made the long trip with the new pilgrims into their paradise It s also a story of the growth of Pelly D from a self absorbed youth into someone who has had their eyes opened to full understanding that her perfect world was not so perfect and will never be the sameThe setting and some other characteristics of the characters make this science fiction though it s less of the technical science fiction and adventure and the thought provoking type similar to HG Wells 1984 and Audous Huxley s Brave New World while touching close to terrors from out ot World War IISocial Science Fiction for all ages don t let the listing fool you I recommend this to all ages just don t expect it to be a light readJL Dobias Sri Dasam Granth Sahib you have Mum's made that clear again again like a stuck CD It's just How can I face everyone at school if What happened to Pelly D Toni V needs to know And he has one clueDig dig everywhere. 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characters The Diary of Pelly D ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Toni V is a teenager working for the City Five demolition crew While drilling through concrete he unearths a battered water can containing a parcel wrapped in faded brown paper Though he's supposed to turn over anything he salvages Toni V smuggles the package back to his room unwraps it and finds a notebookThis is the diary of P. There s an old adagecliche Don t judge a book by it s coverI think that is uite fitting for The Diary of Pelly D by LJ Adlington First it came highly recommended by a patron who insisted I move it to the top of my reading list So I listened to her And after the first few pages I was surprised that this was the book she was telling me I had to read Pelly D is a shallow character obsessed with money boys and popularity Hmmm maybe I judged this girl wrong and have been recommending the wrong kinds of books to her But this diary is found by a lowly grunt worker named Toni V in a city being rebuilt Something interesting has happened to Pelly D Something gripping has to happen to Pelly D something than necking and swimming and dreading school As the story progresses something does happen Another city away from Pelly s is running low on water something her people need to live and workers are being drafted from her city to help the cause And then a war breaks out I call it a war because Pelly doesn t want to believe that s what it is There isn t supposed to be war on this planet called Home From Home So while it seems like war she wants to pretend it isn t happening Worse than war happens to and that is what making Pelly such a shallow character helps with She wants to be strong she wants to imagine things won t happen to her but they seem all the devastating when they do Because it isn t that Pelly is shallow it s that she s naive Overall The Diary of Pelly D is a fascinating read maybe a little confusing at times leaving plenty of uestions unanswered But isn t that the nature of war It isn t always cut and dry We don t always get the answers we want or feel we deserve There are a few other flaws to it is uneven and repetitive at times but still a great readThe greatest accomplishment though is the end It s a shocking twist I couldn t believe what had happened And I ll leave it at that