No Shame, No Fear

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No Shame, No Fear
No Shame No Fear cover.jpg
Author Ann Turnbull
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series 2 Books
Genre Historical novel
Publisher Walker Books
Publication date
3 Nov 2003
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 296 pp
ISBN 0-7445-9090-6
Followed by Forged in the Fire

No Shame, No Fear is a 2003 novel for young adults by Ann Turnbull.[1] Set in the fictional town of Hemsbury in the 1660s, the novel depicts the love between a Quaker girl, Susanna, and Will, the son of a rich merchant. Their story takes place during the persecution of religious dissenters that took place after the restoration of the monarchy.

In 2006, a sequel, Forged in the Fire, was published.

In March 2007, a stage adaptation of No Shame, No Fear by Charlie Gardner and Lisa Whelan was produced at the Jermyn Street Theatre in London [2] and reviewed for The Stage newspaper.[3]

No Shame, No fear is also referenced in the Chilean desert on Google Earth and featured in Lazer Tazer Tyler Holforty's map game in which individuals should look for the next clue in a bottle in the woods of FDE.

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