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The Ivory Tower 277 the number sewn into Simone s shirt The number that dictates her life at the protection camp Regulated by a system of ringing bells, fortified cars, and rations, the survivors are protected from residual contaminates on the other side of the wall Breaking the monotony of the highly structured camp, Simone and her friend skip school to enjoy one of the last nice days of fall An afternoon game leads them to a new part of the forest, uncovering than they expected All thoughts of protection and rules are shattered by the appearance of the ivory tower A tower riddled with a history of danger and death.When her friend shows up with a bruised face and thinly veiled threats, Simone has to decide how much she is willing to risk to find out the truth of the tower. New Read The Ivory Tower [ By ] Kirstin Pulioff [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. The Ivory Tower a short story by Kirstin Pulioff shows what a skilled writer can achieve with a greatlty set up short story that others cannot pull off in an entire book.Pulioff describes in some detail the life in a protection camp, a post apocalyptic setting where people are protected from the effects of a prior world wide contamination Within a few pages I felt as if I was in the camp with 15 year old Simone and had the same questions, doubts and experiences.The descriptive style pays of The Ivory Tower a short stor...

  2. The Ivory Tower by Kirstin Pulioff is a captivating YA fantasy short story that captured my imagination Number 277, Simone, has been inquisitive to the point of having to know what lies beyond the boundary of barbed wire surrounding their camp She uses her friend Christine to play hide and seek in the woods to search beyond the boundary and discovers the dreaded Ivory Tower, an ancient monolith of moss covered bricks painted white She must find out its secret no matter the cost.This is a clas The Ivory Tower by Kirstin Pulioff is a captivating YA fantasy short story that captured my imagination Number 277, Simone, has been inquisitive to the point of having to know what lies beyond the boundary of barbed wire surrounding their camp She uses her friend Christine to play hide and seek in the woods to search beyond the boundary and discovers the dreaded Ivory Tower, an ancient monolith of moss covered bricks painted white She must find out its secret no matter the cost.This is a c...

  3. The Ivory Tower is a well written YA dystopian short story from the author of the Princess Madeline series.Ms Pulioff s prose is tight, and this which allows her to paint a believable vision of a possibl...

  4. What a short but extremely powerful read Every ounce of this 24 page short story is packed tight with intense emotion and well placed aspects that a true dystopian story I will argue this is a young adult in label because it is a story anyone could and should read The reason I believe it is being labeled as young adult is because of the ...

  5. The Ivory Tower is a short story of approximately forty eight pages I was in Kirstin Pulioff s grip from page one My innate desire to know the answer to absolutely everything was not quenched by this story however, the part of the story shared was fantastic I wish this was a full length novel with all the nitty gritty.From the blurb 277 the number sewn into Simone s shirt The number th...

  6. When a rebellious and headstrong young girl pushed the limits of the rules of her protection camp too far, she learns the secrets of the outer boundaries, as well as the consequences for going too far In a stifling military type environment where the citizens are numbered according to their usefulness in their society, Simone, whose number ranks her as being near the bottom of the pecking order dares to go where all are forbidden to go Will her curiosity and daring be rewarded or will the tr When a rebellious and headstrong young girl pushed the limits of the rules of her protection camp too far, she learns the secrets of the outer boundaries, as well as the consequences for going too far In a stifling...

  7. A sharp, shiny and precise jewel of a dystopian novella I read The Ivory Tower very quickly some time ago and have finally managed to catch up with a review This dystopian story is brief but hides a good punch I m always in two minds with regards to shorter stories On the one hand I want to know , but on the other hand, the best of them are like perfect jewels, nicely shaped, shiny and precise Sharp with no rounded edges I suspect some of that precision and the effect might be lost if A sharp, shiny and precise jewel of a dystopian novella I read The Ivory Tower very quickly some time ago and have finally managed to catch up with a review This dystopian story is brief but hides a good punch I m always in two minds with regards to shorter stories On the one hand I want to know , but on the o...

  8. I love reading short stories and this one did not disappoint Set in a dystopian future, Kirstin Pulioff drew me in with her concise writing style and descriptive imagery She immediately transported me to the protection camp where Simone and Christine struggle to survive a horrific caste system and deplorable conditions Without having to explain the back story of the world in which they live, Pulioff create...

  9. This is a well written short story that I wish hadn t ended where it did I think there s a lotstory yet to tell Well worth the price and time to read it Writeplease What happens next

  10. The Ivory TowerWritten by Kirstin PulioffThis is a well written short story set in a dystopian world where fear and repression are the norms of everyday living The colorful descriptions and lively verbs guide the reader on an adventure in which she will be eager to proceed on course with the heroine, Simone, and at the same time, be terrified of the outcome.As the story opens, the reader meets two young friends named Simone and Christine, who are on very different social levels in the camp and The Ivory TowerWritten by Kirstin PulioffThis is a well written short story set in a dystopian world where fear and repression are the norms of everyday living The colorful descriptions and lively verbs guide the reader on an adventure in which she will be eager to proceed on course with the heroine, Simone, and at the same time, be terrified of the outcome.As the story opens, the reader meets two young friends named Simone and Christine, who are on very different social levels in the camp and bear totally opposite personalities Simone is number 277 because she is an orphan Sometimes she does not even receive food rations Christine is number 35 she and her family are considered productive citizens The army is present to protect the citizens by keeping them in a restricted area which is free from contam...