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We Are Savages is the story of 12 year old Tris and what she finds when she runs from the responsibility of her household and descends through a rain grate into the child run world of Nowhere You go to bed angry or sad enough you can wake up just about anywhere the Savages tell her It. “We Are Savages” by Jessie Atkin is a young adult adventure of a 12 year old girl who would rather play with her dog and toys than accept the responsibility of growing up When things come to a head at home Tris decides to run away with her faithful dog Mars and mysteriously ‘falls’ into Nowhere a world where only children exist getting along surprisingly well with no rules Along the way she meets a variety of other children each with their own place in this ‘society’ Tris finds than she bargained for when the responsibility for the lives of the children falls into her hands and they look to her for leadership Can Tris step up and accept what she needs to do“We Are Savages” is a fast paced and fun read is reminiscent of Peter Pan touching on how difficult it is to ‘grow up’ when staying young forever would be so much easier I was intrigued by the fact that each child seemed to know their place in ‘Nowhere’ yet I felt an inner sadness beneath their exteriors Jessie Atkin has written a beautiful coming of age story told through the eyes and heart of a ‘tween’ making it completely relatable for younger readers with enough action and fantasy to fuel their minds and pull them into the story alongside Tris while subtly saying its ‘okay’ to grow up I look forward to creative books from this talented authorReviewed for Readers' Favorite

summary We Are Savages

We Are SavagesHunt and to hide from these hooded shadows But something about them is familiar; something about them fires her curiosity than her fear And Tris slowly begins to realize that no matter where you go fear and responsibility are not things you can escape the only thing to do is face them. Great story about growing up Highly recommend to ages 10 14 but I think there's a little something in Nowhere for everyone ;

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review We Are Savages 109 ò We Are Savages is the story of 12 year old Tris and what she finds when she runs from the responsibility of her household and descends through a rain grate into the child run world of Nowhere You go to bed angry or sad enough you can wake up just about anywhere the Savages tell her It is a brick utopia hidden in the sewers; made up of swIs a brick utopia hidden in the sewers; made up of sweets sports hammocks and fireflies But even this haven free of parents and protocol is not everything it seems Haunted by dark specters known only as Phocydes feared for their reputation of consuming children whole Tris works both to. I loved this book I'd you have ever watched The Twilight Zone you'll see similarities of this book and the episode The Bewitching Pool I think this is a great book for people ages 8 about the importance of accepting responsibility and the inability to escape from your pastWell worth the money I have since recommended it back to my friend who told me about it and forward to two new people