Book Summary of Crazy Games
The last thing Brad wants to encourage is the friendship of Colford Rattersby, a strange boy who talks to statues and who seems to live in a fantasy world because the real one is so awful.
But, despite having plenty of problems of his own, not least his relationship with fiery Stacey, Brad gets drawn into Colford's increasingly bizarre behaviour and the games which are starting to drift from harmless fantasy towards dangerous reality . . .
About the Author
Sandra Glover was born in Manchester and trained as a teacher, becoming head of History at a comprehensive school. She works as a supply teacher and at creative writing workshops for 10-15 year olds. She is married with three children.
Details of Book: Crazy Games (BSID:14332)
|Number of Pages||160|
|Dimensions||7.7 x 5.3 x 0.7 inches|
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I enjoyed this story more than I expected when I started reading. I have no real interest in the World Wars, video games, violence, high schoolers and their troubles, but this story did engage me.The characters were detailed and realistic. The pace of the story was nice and the use of language wa...
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