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Dead Man's Island

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Yamila Torres

on 18 August 2014

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Transcript of Dead Man's Island

Dead Man's Island
Characters
Carol Sanders
Mr. Rosso
Mrs. and Mr. Sanders
Mrs Ross
Mrs. and Mr. Duncan
boatman
Carol Sanders
A seventeen year-old woman, who is blonde, tall and pretty. She lives with his mother after going through a variety of problems, as a result of her father's death in a plane accident.
She is the fan number one of Jake Rosso, a singer who died in a strange way.
Regarding to her personality, she is corious and she doesn't trust anybody. She is not only Kind, but also clever.
Mr. Ross
A handsome young man, who has about thirty years old and has short dark hair, a moustache and also wears glasses. He lives on an Island in Scotland as a bussinesman, but he used to be a different person. In the past, Mr. Ross was called Jake Rosso, a superstar who spent his time travelling around the world and singing – he was also Carol´s favourite singer-.
Setting
Hong Kong
Paradisiac Island
The story is located in a variety of places. First of all, it takes place in Hong Kong, China. In a second way, the main characters have to move to England: a touristic country with a lot of cultural buildings and theatres to enjoy. The last place is conformed by the beautiful landscape of Scotland (in one of its paradisiac islands)
Jonh Escott
John Escott started by writing children's books and comic scripts, but now writes and adapts books for students of all ages. He especially enjoys writing crime and mystery thrillers, and is a member of the British Crime Writers Association.
Mrs and Mr Duncan
Mrs Duncan is a little woman with short hair; we don’t know anything about her age. She is who receive Carol and her mum when they arrived to the house, because she is the housekeeper. Mr Duncan is Mrs Duncan’s husband. He works in a big garden, and in a farm. Carol helps him in that works. He is who spoils Carol’s film when she takes a photograph of Mr Ross, because he said that Mr Ross doesn’t like people to take pictures of him. At the end of the story we realized that they are Mr Ross and Tony’s’ parents.
A thirty year-old woman, and very beautiful. She is a person with a very long and dark hair; and used to wear elegant and expensive dresses like the red dress that she wore when she met with Carol Sanders and her mum.
She is the right hand of Mr Ross, and like him she hides a secret about the private island in where Mr Ross lives. She has a stronger personality, decided in what she does.
Mrs. Ross
A slender young attractive woman who has long dark hair. She is the mother of Carol Sanders and is widow.That is beacause his husband died on an airplane accident. Alter this horrible episode, Mrs. Sanders becomes a woman with lots of self confidence and she decides to take her daughter out of Hong Kong so they both travel to England. Then she finds a job on an Island in Scotland so they move there and stay there for a while.
Mrs. Sanders
Author
Boatman
His real name is Tony, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan. He was young and has dark hair.
Mr. Sanders
There isn’t information about this character. He was dead in an airplane crash when Carol Sanders was seventeen years old. He is just named in the story as a cause of a few problems related with Carol.
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