Lara and the Silent Place (Hoofbeats, Book 4)

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Once again the competition has been a success with 101 stories from 40 schools across the country, and a couple from abroad. I have no shame in admitting that it made me cry. With your entry please include the story title, the number of words, your name, membership number and your email address. You're lying in your throat, filthy, rotten woman. Peter's self-reflective reading of the on his beach, reaches its lowest point, his near-suicide, shortly after his witnessing a storm from his study window: "Great orange and purple clouds were blowing up from the lake, and the pine-trees over about the Physics laboratory were blacker than cypresses and looked contracted, as if they were awaiting something.

Pages: 144

Publisher: Puffin (April 21, 2005)

ISBN: 0142402338

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