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on June 30, 2004
This book was a bit boring. The switch between the two narrators was not at all confusing. Using bad language was a good writing technique because it emphasize that Shelter (the murderer) was mad. It includes big words like; scrounger, circumstances and distinctions. This may cause difficulty for the younger generation and may also be disturbing.
The author writes the book in a style that I've never met. He changes narrators often. This helps the reader to understand how both characters feel about the situation.
To conclude I feel that this book was relatively boring, but I have learned how hard it is to live on the streets.
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on March 19, 2004
this is quite a good read, although i disliked the genre.
i read a lot of books, but i have never come across a book like this. it seems that a school assignment can bring you to a new type of book. i think that the two person narration is confusing! i had no idea what the two people were going on about!
but in the end, it was worthwhile- it is an interesting read even though i couldnt read it all in one sitting- it was too boring!
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on September 17, 2002
Stone Cold is a book about a boy living on the streets called Link and an ex - army guy called shelter is looking out for any homeless person and kills them. When Links only friend, Ginger, goes missing link is frightened that he msy be taken away too.
This book is an ok book but in some places it can b really borin!!!!!
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