Published April 1, 2006
by Boardwalk Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
Deconstructing Dylan explores a classic young adult theme of self-identity - with a fascinating twist that will grip readers' imaginations. Atlantic Books Today - Margaret Poole I think teenagers will find this book fascinating, and adults may also enjoy it.3/5(2). Deconstructing Dylan is a good read for young adults, who will sympathize with Dylan's struggle and be challenged by the story's ideas. It is a nice, futuristic twist on the old coming-of-age novel. It is a nice, futuristic twist on the old coming-of-age novel. Deconstructing Dylan is a good introduction to subject, exploring what it means to be a clone and share another’s DNA, as well as the conflict Dylan’s parents experience as a result of their decisions. It is also a story about giving of yourself to help others through their turmoil, which seems to be a positive, re-occurring theme in Choyce’s books. Deconstructing Dylan is set in the near future, there is an invasion of person by advanced technology and Dylan’s girlfriend has a lesbian friend who is shunned by society and dies of /5(2).
Abstract Set in the near future, this young adult science fiction novel by Nova Scotia author Lesley Choyce tells the story of sixteen year old Dylan Gibson, who has always felt like a bit of an outsider. His fascination with the Loch Ness monster and his strange dreams only . An easy read, Deconstructing Dylan is not the usual coming-of-age tale but poses a unique and entertaining perspective on the teen identity crisis theme. A new version of the book ' WICKED MESSENGER: BOB DYLAN AND THE S ' has just been published by Seven Stories Press. [October ]. This new paperback edition includes a discussion of Dylan’s 'Chronicles' and 'Masked and Anonymous', as well as new material on Dylan’s relationship to country music, on Frank Zappa, Bruce Springsteen and. Deconstructing Dylan eBook: Choyce, Lesley: : Kindle Store. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Best Sellers Prime Video Help New Releases Books Gift Ideas Gift Cards & Top Up Electronics Pantry.
Deconstructing the labyrinth of words and phrases typically employed by Dylan has over the years become something of a sport. Yet few, if any, have succeeded in pinning down a universally accepted explanation of many of the meanings in regard to which the author has tended to maintain either a studied silence or to offer a series of bland and. Commended for the Canadian Children's Book Centre Our Choice Selection The year is Dylan Gibson is 16 and knows there is something unusual about him, but he doesn't know what - aside from his fascination for things like insects, opera, old Japanese sci-fi movies, playing the didgeridoo, and the Loch Ness monster. Buy the Paperback Book Deconstructing Dylan by Lesley Choyce at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The year is Dylan Gibson is 16 and knows there is something unusual about him, but he doesn't know what - aside from his fascination for things like insects, opera, old Japanese sci. Read "Deconstructing Dylan" by Lesley Choyce available from Rakuten Kobo. Commended for the Canadian Children’s Book Centre Our Choice Selection The year is Dylan Gibson is Brand: Dundurn.