The Giver

About the Author: P. Craig Russell

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  • Hardcover
  • 185 pages
  • The Giver
  • P. Craig Russell
  • English
  • 13 September 2017
  • 9780544157880

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10 thoughts on “The Giver

  1. David Schaafsma says:

    I won t summarize the story because there are by now thousands of reviews that do that, but I read this mainly because it is one of several new graphic adaptations of well known and often taught books, illustrated by famous British illustrator Craig Russell Russell was the main reason I picked this up I love the way Russell introduces blue into his early black and white scheme, and then, appropriate to the story, introduces color to it Hi...

  2. Tucker says:

    Great graphic novel It kept close to the original while being special at the same time The art was amazing Thanks, HMH

  3. Brooke — brooklynnnnereads says:

    Surprisingly enough, this was my first introduction to The Giver In the midst of my childhood, this novel was hugely popular and became required reading for many classes Somehow, I missed out on that experience and I have not yet seen the recent movie adaptation This is an eerie dystopian that is made even creepy by the fact that it s easy to see how this could become reality In some ways, this fictional world seems so farfetched but at the same time, in our current political climate it makes me realize how close fiction can get to reality In a world full of dystopian stories, I found this world unique in many ways whether it be the absence of colours or the details of a person s release After reading this graphic novel, I m very interested in reading the original novel for details This graphic n...

  4. JenacideByBibliophile says:

    Disclaimer This book was sent to me by the publisher, via Edelweiss , for an honest review Opinion I can picture it so clearly as if it were yesterday.I was sitting in class, a wee youngster at the time A black book with an old man on the cover was dropped on my rickety desk assigned reading for the semester Audible groans and grumblings of this looks boring and dude, come on Something from this century, PLEASE were heard throughout the room The story of a young boy was given to us with a cover so wise beyond our years, with words so eloquently written, that it almost felt too much for our wandering minds to grasp A book we appreciated and grew to love, but one that still left a dryness across our eyes If ONLY we had been given this beautiful version You all know the story of young Jonas and his path to becoming the Receiver of Memory Living in a place where color does not exist, and the memory of it is not taught But when he is given his Life Assignment, he is given a job unlike his friends He is to be the Receiver of Memory, the one who holds all the memories o...

  5. TJ says:

    What an incredibly faithful adaption of The Giver The art was beautiful and creative Kids in elementary, middle, and high school will be celebrating this faster read version of the novel they re forced to read in school only they don t realize it s basically the exact text, just enhanced with im...

  6. Tara Schaafsma says:

    I enjoyed this I guess I am a very visual person because it made some of the book make sense to me I like the novel a lot, too.

  7. Flavia says:

    I remember my first experience with The Giver I was in grade 7 and I had just moved from Austria to Canada, and we were expected to read The Giver for class Since it was the middle of term, the rest of the class was already almost done the book, so I felt really overwhelmed English didn t come easy to me yet, and I was so behind on the book that I didn t understand anything that was going on When the movie adaptation came out in 2014, I was hesitant to watch it because of my past experience, but my boyfriend put it on the TV and I really found myself captivated by the story and what was going on I still haven t read the original novel, but when I found out that a graphic novel was coming out and that ARCs were available, I asked for one The first impressions that I had with the graphic novel when I started reading it was that the ARC was in black and white, while the finished copy would be in full colour And since colour plays a part in the story I won t spoil it by telling you how , I think that I can t review that aspect of this book.The other thing I found was that the art style was not for me, but that it particularly suited the story of The Giver, so I could appreciate that they made a good choice in that And the last thing was that there was a lot of text on each page, considering that it s a graphic novel But, I also understand that they needed to do that in order for the ...

  8. Stephanie (aka WW) says:

    I love The Giver I have read the book and seen the movie a couple of times, since my son was first assigned to read it in middle school I agree with those who call it a classic and compare it to 1984 and Animal Farm The graphic form works re...

  9. Meghan says:

    The Giver is such a perfect book for a graphic novel This had a wonderful use of color and it reminded me of how much I love the original book

  10. Alicia says:

    Wow, I taught The Giver and loved The Giver reading it before I had to teach it but has it been too long that I need to go back and re read it I wonder because I did not like this adaptation in graphic novel format And I m sooo, sooo sad about it.The illustration choices do the story justice, so I won t take that away from the adaptation, but it the mood felt voyeuristic and downright creepy at times I know the book is not sunshine and rainbows, but it changes the story when it feels the way it does in a vis...