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Stone cold is a book written by Robert Swindells

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Homelessness Review on 'stone cold': Stone cold is a book written by Robert Swindells, the plot of the story is set on two people, one who is homeless (Link) and one who kills because he believes that the homeless cuter the place. Robert Swindells is clever at writing the story, as he switches between the two characters link and shelter, the characters in the story are all different and lead very different lives, Shelter who used to be in the army left after problems, now he believes that he ...read more.

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Then there is Link, Link has had a lot of trouble at home, and he has left his family and friends to lead a better life on the streets , though he is finding it hard to survive, and has had trouble rationing the money he had. He finds him self in London, he only survives as he finds a bed mate, however when ginger suddenly disappears link is all back on his own in the great city of London, then he meets Gail, but then a again like all ...read more.

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and grabs your feelings and puts them in the story, he makes you feel sorry of Link by showing and emphasizing that this boy is now on the streets as he has made a mess of his life. And now at the very end in London alone he lives, with a broken heart, no lover or friend, however he is now more street wise and he understands not to fall into the arms of anyone and get attached to soon. 371 words, Matthew Corcoran English Homework ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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