Noah: Ila's Story - The Junior Novel

Noah Ila s Story The Junior Novel The ancient world A young girl Ila is found injured after a violent raid She is taken in by Noah and his family and grows up strong and happy she even finds love with her soulmate Shem Noah s son

  • Title: Noah: Ila's Story - The Junior Novel
  • Author: Susan Korman
  • ISBN: 9781783292585
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • The ancient world A young girl, Ila, is found, injured after a violent raid She is taken in by Noah and his family and grows up strong and happy she even finds love with her soulmate, Shem, Noah s son But when devastation comes to the world in the form of a huge flood, Ila and her new family are responsible for saving not only themselves but all life on earth AgainstThe ancient world A young girl, Ila, is found, injured after a violent raid She is taken in by Noah and his family and grows up strong and happy she even finds love with her soulmate, Shem, Noah s son But when devastation comes to the world in the form of a huge flood, Ila and her new family are responsible for saving not only themselves but all life on earth Against all odds they set off in the Ark, but all is not as it seems As events unfold, Ila has to find the power within her to help Noah in his epic quest, and ultimately save humanity.

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    1. In SummaryWith Emma Watson’s face gracing the cover and her character’s name in the title, Noah: Ila’s Story seems a not-so-subtle effort to capitalize on Emma Watson fans. If what you want is a brief retelling of the Noah film from Ila’s point of view along with five color stills showcasing or including Watson, you’ll get that but not much else. Restricting the story to Ila’s point of view results in a weak and oftentimes confusing narrative, and if you haven’t seen the film or re [...]

    2. Hey readers, thanks for swimming by! For those of you who didn't catch my Noah review, it's about half-accurate (to the Bible) and half-fantasy. Personally, I got into a few parts and thought it was quite good, beginning with the murder of Lamech by Tubal-Cain when Noah was a child, and then jumping into the future during the time when Noah is contacted by God. The book and, I'm assuming, the play/movie make a pretty decent addition to the religious fantasy arena.Pictures From The Noah Movie Nov [...]

    3. I wanted to read this after I saw the movie because I was intrigued by Ila. I knew she wasn't a part of the bible and her story was separate so I wanted to know more about it.This book was basically the whole Noah movie but told in Ila's POV and from what she saw. Very short and quick read. I actually loved it told from her perspective. It cuts down the rest of the other things about the movie and mostly just focuses on Ila and Shem.With that said I JUST LOVE ILA AND SHEM THEY'RE MY OTP AND I NO [...]

    4. This book was very good. I was wary of buying it because usually novelisations aren't written up to par with my standards, but this is expertly written! I am a Christian and I know the true story, which this book varies from, but I like it a story. I do not consider this religious reading because it is is own tale. I enjoyed the book very much. I wouldn't call it a junior novel though because of two things; it has mature subject matter and isn't long enough to be a novel, more of a novella. I li [...]

    5. You know those great movie novelizations that expand upon the plot and action of your favorite films and give you further insight into the characters' feelings and motivations? This isn't one of them. This is essentially the script for Noah with all the important plot development scenes taken out because it's told from the viewpoint of a secondary character. The only reason I give it two stars is because I love the movie. I plan on reading the regular adult movie novelization, too. Hopefully it' [...]

    6. This was an interesting read. I thought it would be a quick read since it was a juvenile fiction book, but just the same I couldn't get into it like I thought I would. I had to put it down. I may try to read this book again at a later time.

    7. I really enjoyed this book a lot because I loved the movie NOAH! This is just the movie told from Ila's point of view. It was a really quick read and I would definitely read it again!

    8. I thought this book was pretty good. The reason I read it was because I wanted to read before I saw the movie. It wasn't a long book so I sat down and read it pretty quickly.

    9. Noah's Ark told from the point of view of Ila, Shem's wife. The author takes the story from the Bible and adds her own twists.

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