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✻ [BOOKS] ✯ The Scarecrows By Robert Westall ❅ – Transportjobsite.co.uk In a brooding story about jealousy hatred murder and love Simon is outraged that his mom plans to remarry He can't bear the way she and his sister seem to have forgotten his late father Overwhelmed by✻ [BOOKS] ✯ The Scarecrows By Robert Westall ❅ – Transportjobsite.co.uk In a brooding story about jealousy hatred murder and love Simon is outraged that his mom plans to remarry He can't.

Bear the way she and his sister seem to have forgotten his late father Overwhelmed by In a brooding story about jealousy hatred murder and love Simon is outraged that his mom plans to remarry He can't bear the way.

scarecrows epub The Scarecrows MOBIBear the way she and his sister seem to have forgotten his late father Overwhelmed by In a brooding story about jealousy hatred murder and love Simon is outraged that his mom plans to remarry He can't bear the way.

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Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ Librarian Note There is than one author by this name in the Goodreads databaseRobert Westall was born in North Shields Northumberland England in His first published book The Machine Gunners which won him the Carnegie Medal is set in World War Two when a group of children living on Tyneside retrieve a machine gun from a crashed German aircraft He won the Carnegie Medal again i.

10 thoughts on “The Scarecrows

  1. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBI The Scarecrows is creepy but behind it all there's a moral about anger frustration and how you should face it rather than run away from it The main character's eerie adventure as he holes up in an abandoned mill is easy for readers to relate to Everyone has something that they want to run away from whether it's in laws the loss of a loved one being fired from a job in the main character's case it's his mother's remarriage to a man he hardly knows But running away from his troubles only makes things worse when something sinister happens


  2. SamanthaEllen Bound SamanthaEllen Bound says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBIThe Scarecrows was first published in 1981 – it’s of a recent children’s classic but rightly so because it’s one of the best contemporary children’s novels I’ve read I say contemporary even though The Scarecrows does have elements of horror and the supernatural – but these things arise out of the main character’s psychological t


  3. Christopher Peter Christopher Peter says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBII don't think I have a favourite book of all time but if I did then I'd have to say The Scarecrows I first read it when I was thirteen the same age as the central character Simon Wood and it had a lasting effect on me I recently re read it and found it just as compelling as an adult Robert Westall and this book in particular is in fact the main reason why my own first two books are in this same genre ie young adult ghost stories and with some similar themes He has been a major inspiration for me than any other single writerWhy is The Scarecrows so good? Well for one thing I've always liked ghost stories but this is so much than that It's also a psychological thriller a


  4. Sara Sara says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBIRobert Westall is a genius SCARECROWS is a chilling book brilliantly written Simon is struggling to come to terms with himself and the changes in his family When he goes to stay with his mother and her new boyfriend he discovers a creaking old mill with a dark pastThis is a terrifying book without any gore or cheap scare tactics The building of the tension is deliciously unbearable and the ending will keep bouncing around in your head long after you finish reading it Whenever I had to stop reading I was desperate to get back to find out what would happen nextI would recommend this book to anyone but especially boys from 10 14


  5. Tom Tom says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBII loved this as a child and loved it today On the surface this is still the cracking ghost story I remember and it is still just as chilling At eleven I remember being too scared to turn off the light and the same bloody thing happened last night over twenty years later There is quite a lot going on in this short children's novel and some of the adult themes and there are a fair few probably went over my head when I first read it The characters are quite complex and the hero of the piece is a lot dark and twisted than I remember Dare I say it they don't make 'em like this any Or maybe they do and I just don't know about them


  6. Eugene Eugene says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBIAnother classic from Robert Westall but a lot savage and scary than the Machinegunners amongst other things he brilliantly captures the nastiness of the relentless teenage bully Some of the mo holds barred content surprised me for a book published in 1981


  7. Angela Angela says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBIAnother re read from my childhood I used to love Robert Westall as a child and reading his novels as an adult I have come to the conclusion that none of his appeal has been lost I still find this book delightfully creepy but as an adult I absolutely hated the whining and selfish attitude of the protagonist Simon I probably loved him as a child though


  8. Zoe Zoe says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBIRead this to see what Molly was talking about Teen horror


  9. Jean Kirby Jean Kirby says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBIA very scary and realistic story by a great authornot for the faint hearted


  10. Ryan Ryan says:

    Hardcover Ò The Scarecrows PDF/EPUB ´ scarecrows epub, The Scarecrows MOBI1 12 to 2 stars Sometimes a book sits on your shelf for years and the one day you pick it up and can't believe you haven't got to it sooner And then other times you wish you had left it on the shelf indefinitely Sadly this is one of those latter times I had nearly gotten rid of this book several times but ultimately held onto it upon realising that it had won the Carnegie medal thinking that it must be worth a read Maybe in 1981 when it received the accolade this was the case But the book does not do a good job at standing the test of time To begin with it is rife with casual racial slurs and other cringe inducing dialogue including a woman claiming that she feels 'raped' due to people buying all the stock in her shopAnother issue is it's pacing It takes far too


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