The Deathwood Letters Damian Drake rescues his dog from a well and gets his name into the newspapers He then receives a letter from a girl he has never met which sparks off a long correspondence between the two As and lett

  • Title: The Deathwood Letters
  • Author: Hazel Townson Tony Ross
  • ISBN: 9781842702284
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • Damian Drake rescues his dog from a well and gets his name into the newspapers He then receives a letter from a girl he has never met which sparks off a long correspondence between the two As and letters are exchanged a sinister thread creeps in and the story gathers speed for a final amazing drama.

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    1. I am so glad to have stumbled upon this book! It is written entirely in letter format and is centred around the friendship of two opposing children: a poor girl from a broken home, and an isolated, rich boy. After falling down a well to save his dog, Damien Drake becomes the talk of the town. Frankie is the first girl to send him 'fan mail' after the incident. These letters quickly form an unlikely friendship, and lead the reader into a state of intense page-turning as the mystery unfolds. Defin [...]


    2. It is easy to see how this book could be used in schools to teach letter writing, reading between the lines or even exploring characterisations of two very different people who became friends. I very much liked the different format of being presented as a series of letters which made it easier to read and got rid of a lot of unnecessary exposition present in other books. However, I found that I did not especially care for any of the characters nor was I particularly interested in the plot or rel [...]


    3. This was a wonderful find. Written entirely in letter format, it celebrates the friendship between two unlikely children. One of them is a girl from a broken home and poor and the other, a lonely boy from an extremely wealthy background. Having saved his dog from a well, Damian Drake received a letter from a fan of sorts, Frankie who wants to know more about him and his life. They soon become quick friends, despite (and you could argue because of) their differences. As the letters progress and m [...]


    4. This must be one of only books I remember reading in primary school. I remember that I really loved the special bond that the pen pals shared and it reminded me of the friendship I had with my best friend at the time, so I'm rating this as if I was still that age.


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