The Giver

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Author: Lois Lowry

9780007341764 | PB | pp. 240 | 2014 | HarperCollins

Imagine a world where pain and suffering have almost been removed but so have emotion, love, freedom and individuality. The Giver is the gatekeeper of memory. Can memory be given back to people?

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The Giver is the classic award-winning novel that inspired the dystopian genre and a major motion picture adaptation for 2014 starring Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Katie Holmes and Taylor Swift.

It is the future. There is no war, no hunger, no pain. No one in the community wants for anything. Everything needed is provided. And at twelve years old, each member of the community has their profession carefully chosen for them by the Committee of Elders.

Twelve-year old Jonas has never thought there was anything wrong with his world. But from the moment he is selected as the Receiver of Memory, Jonas discovers that their community is not as perfect as it seems.

It is only with the help of the Giver, that Jonas can find what has been lost. And it is only through his personal courage that Jonas finds the strength to do what is right…

The Giver is the award-winning classic of bravery and adventure that has inspired countless dystopian writers as the forerunner of this genre.

Additional information

Author:

Lois Lowry

ISBN:

9780007341764

Binding:

Paperback

Pages:

240

Year of Publication:

2014

Publisher:

HarperCollins

Edition:

First

Condition:

New

Country of Origin:

India

About the Author

The author has written over 30 novels and is was twice winner of the Newbery Medal (for The Giver and Number the Stars). She was born in 1937 in Hawaii. Her father was an Army dentist and the family lived all over the world. She went to Brown University, but left to get married and a raise a family of four children. She settled in Maine, where she returned to college and received her degree from the University of Southern Maine. She fulfilled a childhood dream when she started writing in the 1970s. Lois throws her characters and readers into many thought-provoking situations. She explains that she measures her success as an author by her ability to “help adolescents answer their own questions about life, identity and human relationships.” Long divorced, and now a grandmother of four, today she lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts with her partner, Martin Small, and their Tibetan terrier, Alfie, and spends weekends in their nineteenth-century farmhouse in Maine.

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