Uniform Paperback – 1 Apr 2012
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About the Author
Tommy Donbavand loves spooky stories. His recent title for Barrington Stoke (Uniform) won the 2011 Hackney Short Novel Award. He is well known for his hugely successful series Scream Street (Walker), about a whole street of haunted houses. He visits schools constantly and runs popular reading and writing events. He lives in Lumb, Lancashire.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is about a boy, Matt, going to a new school and getting bullied on the first day. He didn't have a uniform so his mum went to the charity shop to get a uniform. The next day when he went to school he felt powerful and evil. What happens next to Matt? Does he stay evil? Did the uniform turn him evil? Wait and see...
I thought 'The Uniform" was a tremendous story because the characters felt realistic - they acted like some of the people in our world. I'm giving this book five stars because the author made it so exciting for me and others. I wish this book had a part two because it was so good. People aged ten and over should read this book.
In this story there is a boy called Matt. He has started at a new school. His Mum buys him his uniform in the charity shop. When gets his uniform we discover that a boy called Daniel Chadwick used to own it. On the uniform were the letters (DTW). The uniform had power.
I really liked it because he was hurt. It was fluently written. It is suitable for ages ten and over. WARNING: this may give you nightmares!
The school uniform has power over Matt. If you want to know what happens to Matt, read this book and if you don't think it is brilliant, I do! I gave this book four stars because a school uniform doesn't really make you powerful but is a story about Matt who has problems. He is hurt and possessed.Read more ›