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Death in the Freezer [Oxford Bookworms]

by Tim Vicary (Author)

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This is a story about Ellen and her brother, Al. When Al was born, she wasn't happy, because her parents weren't interested in her. When she is an adult, she goes on hating him again. The reason was that she is a poor single mother and Al become a rich rock star but he gave her nothing. I can feel my parents love for me whenever. Ellen is pitiful. But, her act is wrong. If she had more kind heart, she would be happy.I think so. ( )
  motani | Jan 25, 2012 |
Ellen Shore always hates her brother. She is in prison because she killed her brother. Why did she hate him?

I am interested in this book because I can understnd her feelings against her brother and I think she is sad. If my real sister is like him, I may become like Ellen. I want to read this book again. ( )
  ynm | Jan 25, 2012 |
Ellen hated her brother Al because he was always loved by their parents than her.She was envy.When they became adults,Al didn't treated Ellen like sister.He became to stray from the path of upright behavior.
I felt little fear while reading because I thought all characters in this book were little mad for their desires.They forget themselves for satisfying.I have a little brother,but I won't never do like Ellen. ( )
  xoxpxq | Jan 19, 2012 |
From childhood,Ellen don't like her young brother Al because parents loved only Al.
When they become adults,they have directly opposite life.
Al is very famous singer and rich ,on the other hand Ellen is poor and alone.
She has envy and hate him.
So she begin to make a plan for killing him and getting his much money...

I think illustration of this book show Ellen's cruelty very well.
In the later half of story,it becomes interesting because there are many serious scene.
At last scene ,my feeling is clear. ( )
  giraffe34 | Jan 19, 2012 |
Ellen was living fortunately with parents.
Until younger brother Al under 6 years old is born.
Parents' concern is taken to Al and Ellen came to regard Al as hateful.

I think this story is organized bery good!
And cover and an illustration are very dreadful.
Because I was the eldest son, I was able to sympathize with Ellen. ( )
  kokokoko | Jan 19, 2012 |
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A four-level course with international topics and cultural themes, providing extra motivation for students.

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