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The story written by John Marsden is told in form of letters that are The relationship between the two girls becomes deeper and more honest. In the book Letters From The Inside, John Marsden presents a character and end, the events throughout the novel link the beginning and end together. . thing she had to a friend) and her connection to the outside world. Letters From the Inside is a young adult novel written by Australian author John Marsden. It was first published in Contents. 1 Plot summary; 2 Characters; 3 Reception; 4 References; 5 External links Their relationship becomes even deeper now that they are completely honest with each other. Mandy, however.
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Tracey from Prescott placed an ad in a magazine, inviting interested parties to write to her. Mandy of Acacia Park responds, beginning a daunting and haunting relationship. Mandy's first letter to Tracey begins: It's not like I'm into pen pals, but it's a boring Sunday here How come you have a post-office box?
I get about one letter a month.
My grandmother writes occasionally, and a girl called Jacinta who I met at a writers' camp So letters in my life are like sunflowers in Alaska. I would love to have these thoughts brought together into ONE ending! I never realised how many things I missed before, the story makes so much more sense now.The Gift Official Trailer #1 (2015) - Jason Bateman Psychological Thriller HD
I always picked up what happened with Tracey, but now Mandy disappearing has hit me hard. I haven't cried from a book in a long time. But peicing it all together really got to me.
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The way I saw it anyway. I'm not holding out for a sequel, but I would love to one day know what happened with Tracey once she got out. Definately stealing this book from my mothers place and keeping it with me.
Mostly, why is Tracey in jail, and what happened to Mandy. Some people have suggested that Tracey might have killed her father - that can't be it because she mentions that her father is in jail. Others have suggested that she killed Raz, but that can't be it either, because she says "by the time Raz and I were finished Towards the end of the book, Tracey finally confesses the truth about her family and gives her reason for not wanting to hear about Mandy's brother.
Mandy never replies to the letter and never writes again. Tracey continuously writes, getting increasingly worried, especially when her letters are sent back to her with "Return To Sender" on them, not in Mandy's hand writing. Characters[ edit ] Tracey, a young troubled girl, is the protagonist of the book; her letters start the novel off.
Tracey lies about her real life at first, but after she realizes she has been caught in her lies, she starts to tell the truth.
Mandy is a girl who seems to be lost in the world, but compared to Tracey, her life is well defined. She is the other protagonist of the book.