The Season Ticket

The Season Ticket This is the story of a friendship between a modern day Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer set in northeast England Sewell is tall and strong Gerry is small yet crafty Both are broke They have only one purpose
  • Title: The Season Ticket
  • Author: Jonathan Tulloch
  • ISBN: 9780224060400
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the story of a friendship between a modern day Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer, set in northeast England Sewell is tall and strong, Gerry is small yet crafty Both are broke They have only one purpose in life They each want a season ticket to Newcastle United And for that they need money, lots of money The Season Ticket is the story of how they go about getting it.
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    1. Jonathan Tulloch Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Season Ticket book, this is one of the most wanted Jonathan Tulloch author readers around the world.

    2. Apparently this book has been made into a film, and I m not surprised because all the way through I was thinking it would probably be twice as funny done visually It was amusing to read, but not laugh out loud Several amusing scenarios were created not least the two Newcastle fans finding themselves in the home end at the Stadium of Light I was generally impressed by the story s serious side, and the depressing but bleak vision of Gateshead through the four seasons, a land of overcrowded hospi [...]

    3. I should thank my old friend Rob Jakeman for passing me his copy of this book in the late 90s Despite living in the middle of Rugeley, he was the most fanatical member of the Toon Army that ever breathed This is a short novel about two teenagers trying to save, scrape and thieve enough cash to get a season ticket for their beloved Magpies It s unusual in that the film tie in was issued before the regular paperback.It drew some flip comparisons to Roddy Doyle reflecting, perhaps, how Tulloch s ag [...]

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