6 edition of The wheatstone pond. found in the catalog.
The wheatstone pond.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||182|
BBC Radio Drama - The Boy's Own Book of the Dead by Graham White by Cecily Parsley. BBC Radio Drama - The Wheatstone Pond by Robert Westall by Cecily Parsley. This review is long overdue. We had the pleasure of spending 2 weeks at Whetstone Pond in August This cottage was comfortable and quite peaceful, everything you would need for an amazing vacation. Setting on the pier with a glass of wine, listing to the loons, it doesn't get any better/5(4).
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Read "Spectral Shadows: Three Supernatural Novellas (Blackham's Wimpey, the Wheatstone Pond, Yaxley's Cat)" by Robert Westall available from Rakuten Kobo. Three supernatural novellas by Robert Westall, hailed as the finest British author of ghost stories since M.R. James, co Brand: Valancourt Books. Nov 18, · Pond by Claire-Louise Bennett review – a stunning debut This immersive collection, narrated by a rural recluse, finds the extraordinary and the dreamlike in everyday life Andrew GallixAuthor: Andrew Gallix.
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When an archaeological dig begins at the Wheatstone Pond, nasty events occur. Violence and aggression build up in the people who work there, the corpse of a baby is found, and a motorbike salvaged from the water carries its new owner to a fatal accident/5.
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Wheatstone Pond (Plus) [Robert Westall] on poldasulteng.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying poldasulteng.com: Robert Westall. The Wheatstone Pond By Robert Westall Dramatised by Martyn Read. Once an Edwardian boating haven, the Wheatstone Pond has acquired a dark and chilling atmosphere.
When an archeological dig begins at the Wheatstone pond all people expect to find is rubbish. But the pond seems to have ideas of its own. Violence and aggression builds in the people who work there. Jul 24, · "The Wheatstone Pond", the second novella, had a very direct, poignant atmosphere permeated by the stench of decay and rot.
An old pond--one that has attracted a multitude of suicides and murders alike--is being drained in order that it may be filled in and covered up for good/5(6).
Once an Edwardian boating haven, the Wheatstone Pond has acquired a dark and chilling atmosphere. After a tragic suicide the pond is drained and some rather unusual artefacts begin to emerge, and events become very strange.
Mar 09, · The Wheatstone Pond may be short-lived, but is told with a dry wit and competent realism that you don't normally find in super natural stories.
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When an archaeological dig begins at the Whetstone pond, the pond seems to have ideas of its own. Violence and aggression builds up in the people who work.
Books by David Longhorn; Sunday, 21 February Robert Westall - 'The Wheatstone Pond' This BBC radio drama is a treat for fan of old-school supernatural horror. Starring John Duttine and dramatised from Westall's story by Martin Reed, it's the tale of an apparently harmless project to drain the eponymous boating lake.
A local antique dealer. what you are going to read is my analysis about the book during my afro asian literature class. The Great Ponds focuses its attention on intertribal warfare.
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THE WHEATSTONE POND. Too many deaths, too many suicides. It was more than coincidence. The Wheatstone Pond was a killer.
When it's drained, antique dealer Jeff Morgan gets interested, hoping there'll be a few valuable wrecks of model boats down there. Brand: Valancourt Books. Robert Atkinson Westall (7 October – 15 April ) was an English author and teacher best known for fiction aimed at children and young adults. In the latter case, some deal with complex, dark and adult themes.
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The Wheatstone Pond may be short-lived, but is told with a dry wit and competent realism that you don't normally find in super natural stories. It is similar to John Wyndham's approach to stories of this nature, which focuses more on the characters and their reaction to the events of the book Reviews: 5.
This book has three novellas each showing a different setting for his writing. The first novella Blackham's Whimpey is set in WWII. The Wheatstone Pond involves one of his favorite characters, an antiquarian, who owns an antique shop and runs into curious supernatural situations because of the nature of his business/5."The Wheatstone Pond", the second novella, had a very direct, poignant atmosphere permeated by the stench of decay and rot.
An old pond--one that has attracted a multitude of suicides and murders alike--is being drained in order that it may be filled in and covered up for good/5(6).We will be glad to book your reservation for you. See the “Contact Us” page to phone or email us.
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