Futuretrack 5 Resources & Further Study

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Draper, Charlotte W. Review. Horn Book Magazine 60,2 (April 1984): 204205. This review finds the book's the themes applicable and understandable in light of concerns about contemporary society.

Estes, Sally. Review. Booklist (February 15, 1984): 853. A review that compares the work to 1984 and A Clockwork Orange and finds the novel a vivid depiction of a brutal future society.

Fox, Charles. "Beyond Tact." New Statesman (December 2, 1983): 26-27.

This reviewer finds that Westall's book presents energetically a suspenseful story of a quest.

Greenland, Colin. "The Romantic as Terrorist." Times Literary Supplement (September 30, 1983): 1047. This article finds the novel to be full of action and detail, a book that not only finds pastoral life superior, but calls for the destruction of the technological world.

—— . "Science Fiction." British Book News (March 1984): 134-136. An article that notes Westall's book is a moral work as well as an exciting one, and claims the novel's...

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