Stone Cold by Robert Swindells(1606 ratings)
|Submitted by Alex Bailey |
This book is a gripping read and a good introduction to homelessness for young teenagers. You need to be streetwise, checking every corner, every side street, because someone might be looking for you. In this book, it has said things that have changed my opinion of homeless children, now I know what they go through on a daily basis, I feel sorry for them.
|Submitted by Emmz |
Stone cold is a mysterious horrifying book about a 16 year old boy called Link who has lost his way in life. Have you ever wondered how dramatic and horrible it would be to be homeless? The book alternately guides us to homelessness.
|Submitted by alice |
I liked this book. We were reading it in English and I am having to write an essay about it. I think this book shows the reality unlike other books where there is always a happy ending. Link, who is 16 and homeless, befriends Ginger, Gail and learns about living on the street. He is unaware however that there is a serial killer on the loose. The serial killer murders homeless people so Link may be in danger!