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Killer Pass

Killer Pass
by Tom Palmer

So far we have received 26 reviews of Killer Pass. You can read them below.

jodie from Year 6, Owston Park Primary School:

this book is ok it is funny and i would recomend it for a older
age group.

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Marks out of 10: 8

connor from Year 9, De Warenne Academy:

Really good mystery book!

Marks out of 10: 9

Imogen from Year 7, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

‘So, what would a burglar do now? He had to think the way
they thought. That was how to solve a crime...’
Killer pass is a twisting, turning and sudden story about Danny
Harte: Kid detective extraordinaire. After an abundance of City
FC millionaire football players have all been burgled, it’s
up to Danny to determine who’s behind it.
All of his investigating needs to be done fast, or he could
become the biggest suspect of them all. He’s playing a
dangerous game, and after reports of a boy hanging around the
crime scenes, Danny has to prove that he is innocent... but
how?
A book filled with suspense, and another load of tension
building around each corner, I truly enjoyed this book. I
especially like the down to earth character of Danny; he never
loses it or panics seriously. I like the mystery enclosed
inside the books, between the lines. It was fantastic, really
drawing me in, and although it would not usually be my genre,
it was first class.

Marks out of 10: 8

jobie from Year 7, De Warenne Academy:

i think the book was good i would recommened this book to
girls and boys because it gives people interest in reading
books

Marks out of 10: 5

Brooke from Year 6, Conisbrough Morley Place Junior School:

I dint really understand this book because it kept going from
Danny to the burglar it was to confusing.

Marks out of 10: 7

jacob from Year 6, St Peter's Catholic Primary School:

Magnificent,tied between sneakyness,mystery and football.Read
how danny harte teen football fan and detective.His favourite
football team's(City fc)stars
keep getting burgled and when the police make a photo fit and
Danny .....i should let you read it shouldn't i .Anyway 10 out
of 10 from me

Marks out of 10: 10

jacob from Year 6, St Peter's Catholic Primary School:

astonishing.Tied between mystery and football.city fc favourite
football fan and when the football team's stars keep getting
burgled, danny harte is determined to find out who it was,and
when danny pictures a photo fit and it was of HIM!

Marks out of 10: 10

nyah from Year 6, Montagu Academy:

killer pass was more about 1 mystery that is chained up at the
end so you will be able to find out who it was my fave part was
when danny harte made his great escape from the name i shall
not tell after he tried to attack him with an object that was
wooden and I liked when he black mailed charlotte cause you
could see the other side to the attacker

Marks out of 10: 10

lucas from Year 11, Adwick Park Junior School:

really exiciting book to read the best part of the story was
when he snook up towards the house and then was seen and ran
very well written

Marks out of 10: 9

Charlotte from Year 9, Ridgewood School:

I found this book hard to get into but I suggest that people
give it a go and I'm sure that they would enjoy it. Tom Palmers
books are well written and very interesting. I gave this book a
7.

Marks out of 10: 7

Brandon from Year 8, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

This was a good book because it was a detective book and action
packed. It is like alpha force but I rekcon alpha force is
better. My favorote character is Danny because he was the main
character and at the first chapter he nearly gets caught by the
security guard. Ii want to read the books before it to learn
more about the characters like Kofi and others.

Marks out of 10: 8

richard from Year 6, Hayfield Lane Primary School:

i think this book is fantastic because, all the chapters get
better and better, and it makes me want to read more although
some of the chapters give me a frighting shock.

Marks out of 10: 9

richard from Year 6, Hayfield Lane Primary School:

i think this book is fantastic because, all the chapters get
better and better, and it makes me want to read more although
some of the chapters give me a frighting shock the chapter THE
PANIC ROOM gives me a fright i will give this book a10/10
because it is a fantastic book so 10/10.
If it was a higher score i would it a 100000/100000. it is an
astonishment, faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Marks out of 10: 10

Kalli from Year 6, Conisbrough Morley Place Junior School:

I would not recomed this to ANY of my freinds for the simple
thing not football but for the fact i would keep it to myself

Marks out of 10: 10

Brittany from Year 7, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

I like this book but i would only recomend it to people that
like action and investigation books. I liked the characters
and my favourite person in the book is Danny, he was an
investigator . The book had hardly any bracketed words which I
like. Some of the words in it were confusing and i didnt
understand so would recomend it to older people so they
understand it better. That is why i have given it a 7 out of
10.

Marks out of 10: 7

Keavey from Year 7, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

I started to read this book and it was a bit boring after a
while. Danny was in the first chapter and he nearly gets caught
by the security guard. Killer pass was more about 1 mystery
that is cleared up at the end, and you will be able to find out
what is your fave part. This book looks good and you can tell
it is about football and it is about football players a swell.
Some people might think this book was good but I'm not that
inetrested in football but I still read the book.

Marks out of 10: 6

connor from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:

This is an amazing book all about thefts but who is thief

Marks out of 10: 10

kimberley from Year 5, Owston Park Primary School:

i'm in the middle of reading this but upto now its quite good
and i am enjoying it.

Marks out of 10: 6

Molly from Year 5, Doncaster Road Junior School, Mexborough:

Killer Pass is a good book and very intresting.Its one of the
best books ive ever read.Its about a boy called Danny Harte and
hes on a mission to try and find the robber what keeps robbing
all the footballers.I gave it 10 out of 10.Read it and you will
see how good it is.

Marks out of 10: 10

from Year 5, Saltersgate Junior School:

In this amazing book, you will find lots of thefts in a
football cirriculum with a twist

Marks out of 10: 10

Victoria from Year 7, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

In recent months there has been a spate of burglaries at the
houses of players from Danny's favourite football club, City
FC. Danny wants to know who's behind it all and is on the case.

But after scouting out the crime scenes, there are newspaper
reports of a young boy having been seen hanging around.

Danny needs to find out who's behind these crimes - and fast.
If he doesn't, he might have turned from crime detective into
the biggest suspect of them all…

Real good book

Marks out of 10: 9

Dan from Year 5, Hayfield School:

This book is great. Often when I personally read football books
they let me down but this one didn't it really was two of my
favourite subjects in one book with football and mystery.

Tom Palmer really knows how to make a gripping book and this
one is definitely a turn pager. I too have to say I as very
disappointed when they didn't put this book on the shortlist.

Marks out of 10: 8

shannon from Year 6, Doncaster Road Junior School, Mexborough:

i didn't enjoy this book it was not that good.






Marks out of 10: 1

from Year 8, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

This book was good and had a intersting storyline with good
characters. The book is about Danny who is a fan of City fc a
local football team and there has been a series of robberies.
He has to catch the thief because he is a suspect.

Marks out of 10: 8

Anonymous from Year 5, Holy Family Primary School:

Marks out of 10: 1

Katie b from Year 7, Don Valley Academy and Performing Arts College:

This book is about a boy called Danny living with his sister
(Emily) while their parents are away.
It starts when Danny went into the rich people's private
driveaway because he wanted to see more of the things what was
inside the rich person house. After he got in he was caught by
the bodyguards,but then he got away. When Danny got home he
found his sister talking on the phone with a glass of wine on
the sofa and that part of the story is my favourite part of the
book.
This book is an intresting book and is a good book to read.

Marks out of 10: 7

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