STONE COLD BOOK
Stone Cold is a realistic young-adult novel by Robert Swindells, published by Heinemann in Swindells won the annual Carnegie Medal recognising the year's best children's book by a British subject · WorldCat-participating libraries report. Stone Cold book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. 'It's like parachuting. Get the first jump over and it becomes routine. Book Review. Stone Cold by Robert Swindells has been reviewed by Focus on the Family's marriage and parenting magazine.
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Stone Cold by Robert Swindells, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Stone Cold is a Carnegie Medal-winning thriller by Robert Swindells. . He has won the Red House Children's Book Prize several times and in. Stone Cold (Puffin Teenage Fiction): yazik.info: Robert Swindells, Matt Jones: Books.
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Life is lonely for Kasienka. Shelter develops an elaborate plan for luring young homeless people to his house, killing them, dressing them up as his own private army and burying them beneath the floorboards.
Convinced that he's seen Ginger and Link laughing at him, he begins stalking them. Link's narrative details the day-to-day trials of homelessness. He talks about the bitter cold of nights on the street, the burning hunger, the struggles of panhandling, the impossibility of getting a job and the nightly fear of others lurking in nearby dark doorways. One day, Ginger doesn't return to the boys' designated meeting place. Link is hurt and concerned, but another of Ginger's friends says this is just the way it works.
Maybe he got a job, decided to leave town, or any number of things. Readers learn from Shelter's narrative that Ginger has become the newest soldier in his army of dead drifters.
Soon after Ginger's disappearance, Link meets a beautiful homeless girl named Gail. They're together for several months, and Link is in love. When they hear that other homeless teens besides Ginger have mysteriously vanished, they begin looking for potential suspects.
They watch Shelter's home, because one missing person had been spotted there. Gail finally says she's getting tired of spying, so Link goes on his own. Link watches Shelter calling for the cat that readers know he has acquired as a prop.
Shelter appears so gentle that Link is drawn into a conversation with him.
The man lures Link into his house by offering him a coat. Then he traps Link and makes him look at the bodies of his army. Just as Shelter prepares to kill Link, Gail arrives with the law in tow.
She also has a cameraman with her, and Link quickly learns she's a reporter who has been working undercover. She gives Link a handful of cash and tells him she's sorry for leading him on before saying goodbye. Link ponders what to do next. He hopes Gail's article will make an impact on someone. He also reflects on the irony that Shelter will have three square meals a day, a bed and a roof over his head by going to prison for life.The Black Book of Secrets by F.
As the author alternates Link's tale with that of an unknown serial killer preying on the homeless, you see how closely their lives brush against each other and know it's only a matter of time before they clash.. Shelter who had killed Ginger and the other missing homeless people in an attempt to "clean up" the streets of London tries to kill Link, but is prevented from doing so when Gail arrives with the police, who arrest Shelter.
Trivia About Stone Cold. Rating details. Link is hurt and concerned, but another of Ginger's friends says this is just the way it works.
All three orgs want to steal some untraceable diamonds, and they're all trying to screw each other over to do it. They live and beg together, and Ginger teaches Link the finer points of surviving on the streets. Link says that something happened between his sister, Carole, and Vince one night when Mum was working late.
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